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I wonder if you had bottomed out the bit in tne collet. Insert the bit, then pull it back out by a small distance and tighten the collet. Bits bottomed out have a habit of coming loose.
By Raven on October 8, 2015
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Always check the data plate for the correct operating voltage required to run the tool. Never run a tool that is placarded as 115 VAC on a 200 to 220 VAC source. Vice a Versa, a tool that is placarded for 220 VAC will not work on a 115 VAC source. So, any "bulbs" would have to match the input voltage. Check with a … see more Always check the data plate for the correct operating voltage required to run the tool. Never run a tool that is placarded as 115 VAC on a 200 to 220 VAC source. Vice a Versa, a tool that is placarded for 220 VAC will not work on a 115 VAC source. So, any "bulbs" would have to match the input voltage. Check with a hardware store or tool repair location. see less Always check the data plate for the correct operating voltage required to run the tool. Never run a tool that is placarded as 115 VAC on a 200 to 220 VAC source. Vice a Versa, a tool that is placarded for 220 VAC will not work on a 115 VAC source. So, any "bulbs" would have to match the input voltage. Check with a hardware store or tool repair location.
By Roz'E on October 15, 2014
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Router only weighs 3.8 lbs
By Bruce Paugh on January 21, 2015
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1/4" shank. Maximum bit diameter 0f 1 3/8". With a maximum bit diameter of 1 3/8" don't attempt to make heavy cuts as that could tend to over load the motor. Take light cuts and increase depth or horizontal cuts incrementally as long as they don't affect router speed or loading.
By Lawrence F. Grundy on January 31, 2014
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Thank you for your question. The PR20EVSK does not include router bits, they are sold separately. If you have further questions please feel free to contact our Bosch Customer Service Representatives at 1-877-BOSCH-99 (1-877-267-2499).
By Bosch Tools Customer Support MANUFACTURER on November 18, 2016
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I don't believe it will. The Colt is equipped with a standard 1/4" collet. The shaft holding the 1/4" collet sure doesn't appear large enough to support a 1/2" collet.
By ozzieo on January 30, 2015
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Sure it would work in a router table, but you will need to built a custom insert, since router tables are made for full size routers.
By Mark on August 17, 2017
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Yes you can use this tool for this work.
By Juan Pablo Mendoza on September 15, 2015
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Hi Kevin, the first one I had said "Made in Malasya" as far as I remember, the current one says on box assembled in Mexico with parts from Malasya, China...
By E. G. Cruz on June 1, 2013