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Not oscillating multimaster runs but no oscillating action.

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  • iowajoe Apr 26, 2008

    Bought it on Friday (drove 90 one way miles to get it) and on Saturday was undercutting my 3rd door jam and the darn thing stops dead. Woodcraft says they will stand behind it , but I need to drive 180 miles more and didn't have it to work on a floor.

  • kjowal May 15, 2008

    Just bought one.  Tried to use it on tile subflooring.  It woudn't cut into it.  My wife removed more subfloor with a butter knife.  Not kidding.  The blade was loose, even though tightened and when pressed to the floor, it does nothing.I tried both small screws, the large screw extends beyond the flat plane, so I figured I can't use that. Now this could be operator error (rookie mistakes), but the system of attachment seems simple.  Maybe too simple.  Any thoughts?  Thanks.

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Hope this helps!
Inside the gearbox there is what should be a 2 pronged fork you may only be able to see 1 of these the other may be broken, the fork goes each side of the armature bearing. If the fork isnt broke it may be the armature bearing that fits inside the fork.
Hope that helps. Sean

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