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    Default Troubleshooting Guide

    Here is a direct link to our online Troubleshooting Guide: http://www.carvewright.com/2010CWweb...ting_Guide.pdf

    It is located on the website under SUPPORT - MAINTENANCE.

    It includes:
    • Description of the Issue
    • Possible Causes
    • Troubleshooting Steps


    If you print this, make sure you keep in mind that it will be updated from time to time and you might not have the latest version printed!
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    Opened box missing bit remover to start. I practice removing with a glove which was ok. I inserted my wood for a simple design it ask for a 1/6 straight bit which put in. Everything started ok but it looked deep to me, mi watched and the bit fell out. I stopped fast no damage, should I have tighten up the bit collet on the machine that thin and every time
    ? Thanks amundo

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    You have a carvetight spindle not the old quick chuck. No bit removal tool required. Do use the t-Allen wrench to tighten the bit. 1/16 carving bit is the tapered one. Not straight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by amundo View Post
    Opened box missing bit remover to start. I practice removing with a glove which was ok. I inserted my wood for a simple design it ask for a 1/6 straight bit which put in. Everything started ok but it looked deep to me, mi watched and the bit fell out. I stopped fast no damage, should I have tighten up the bit collet on the machine that thin and every time
    ? Thanks amundo

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