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Why would the shaft, and collet be loose on my brand new 8200? 
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****o this is Beth from Dremel Customer Service.  I'm not understanding why the "shaft" would be loose, are you referring to the "output shaft"... the "threaded spindle???"  Otherwise, the first trouble shooting area to look is to make sure that your "collet" (the little silver piece), is actually in the hole of the threaded shaft... you just want to make sure it isn't stuck INSIDE of the collet nut.  If it is inside the collet nut, then either "tap" the collet nut on a workbench and this can cause the collet to release OR take a pen and "poke" the front end of the collet nut to release out the collet.  If none of this seems to be helping, I would suggest that you call our Dremel Customer Service Department direct so they can discuss further tips on this.  We can be reached on our toll free phone number of 1-800-437-3635, Monday-Friday, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm, CST.  Thanks for your question!

-Dremel Customer Service Team


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