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#1 posted 12-19-2013 10:29 PM

Router is brand new or new to you? I ask because another possibility is an electrical problem, as in the switch or the cord. First thing that I’d look into is your technique (are you feeding too fast or jamming the material into an underpowered tool), the second is the bit, and then tool itself. Not clear if you’re a newb with routers, but if you are then watch some YouTube videos to firm up your sense of how the rate and angle of the feed should go.

-- - Crud. Go tell your mother that I need a Band-aid.

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