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most routers come with two wrenchs, one for the spindle and one for the chuck. If you have these wrenchs place them on the proper place, the wrench on the outside will turn counter-clockwise while the other is held stationary. you have have to turn much becase once its loose the bit should pull out. If you have lost the wrenches, you can use two crescent (adjustable) wrenchs to perform the same function, and in a pinch you could use regular pliers, but only if you have nothing else
If the bit has been in the device for a long time it may be stuck (corroded) and you can use some special oil (Liquid Wrench or other). squirt some around the outside of the shaft of the bit and let it set for at least 30 minutes and try to removve then.

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  • matzak Aug 18, 2011

    nope.that doesn't work!



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