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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Black & Decker model 4300 manual
Here's a link to a downloadable .pdf manual for your sharpener that will give you pages and pages of instructions to make those dull bits history.
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Posted on May 27, 2009
Go to Homebase, B&Q, Ebay or your local hardware shop and buy a new spool, ALM part number BD032.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
SOURCE: Instructions for changing blades
I didn't find it under those numbers, but I didfind out it is or will be discontinued. I did find the manual that should help you with changing the blades, Here is the link to the manual:
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
You can get the manual here.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
They don't have an instruction manual online at the Black and Decker support site, but if you want a look at the exploded diagram, it's here.
Basically there's a collet nut that gets tightened down to hold the bit in place. You've got to loosen it up and you'll be able to pop bits in and out. You've got to have some way to lock the shaft while you're doing this though.
Most modern routers have a spring loaded shaft lock button. While you're holding it in, start turning the collet. When the shaft gets to the point where there's a little hole for the spring lock, you'll probably hear a little click, and the shaft will be locked so you can loosen the collet. If you take your finger off the shaft lock, it pops right back out again so hold it down while you're loosening and tightening.
If you don't see a shaft lock button, you may have a second hex nut at the base and with two wrenches, you can hold the hex nut and turn the collet loose that way.
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Posted on Jun 15, 2010
Testimonial: "Explaination was good, alas it was also what I already assumed. There doesnt appear to be a lock for changing bits and I am back where I started. "
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