I got a free dremel with my purchase of my clippers and other grooming items a little while back. I haven't used it yet, but I don't have the box anymore. I have no idea how to assemble it! I've tried looking it up online but couldn't find anything that will help me. Can someone please help me by telling me, or even better by showing me, how to put it together? It's so frustrating...
I have attached a couple pictures of the nail grinder that I have and the parts that came with it.
Alright, that helped me with putting the sand paper part over the black part, so thank you, but I still don't know how to attach the "shaft," as he called it, to the grinder. It's hard to describe what I am having trouble with over the computer, so hopefully I am making sense.
Just so you know what I am having trouble with, I have attached a couple pictures. I am trying to attach the shaft to the grinder. It does not fit the hole. When I take off that piece that's on the shaft in the picture, it's way too loose in the hole.
I appreciate you trying to help me, so thank you. I hope I am making sense.
I have the Dremel 7300, here's how I take off the collet nut and change the attachment. Your Andis may work similarly. I know how frustrated I was the first time I tried to get the attachment on. Once you "get it," it's a breeze. Good luck!
1). Push shaft lock button on tool (button at top), remove the collet nut. (you should now see a silver "collet", with little cuts in it, that is actually inside the tool). If you don't see it there, then it might have gotten stuck inside the collet nut. If so, tap the collet nut, or use a pen to push it out.
2) Install collet into the hole in the tool.
3) Start to wind the collet nut onto the threaded spindle of the tool ... but don't thread it all the way on (if you do,you'll never get the bit into the tool).
4) Now, push your bit into the tool and depress the shaft lock button (and hold down).
5) Tighten the collet nut completely.
6) All should be tight and intact now.
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