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Posted on How to Fix a Router MalFunction???

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#1 posted 10-28-2012 10:56 PM

Use a bandsaw & resaw off the bad part, leaving a thin slab so it looks normal on the inside … then just glue on a piece to the back and cut/shape it to match.

Not saying it is an ideal repair, but it would work, and you would get some practice at it.

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