Mini Saw Attachment and the 4200


Mini Saw Attachment and the 4200

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Does anyone know how to fit the mini saw attachment to the 4200?  I have the nut driver that came with the attachment, and I have the adaptor from my 4200 kit, but for the life of me, I can't figure out how to attach it all so that the blade actually spins!
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Hi, this is Beth from Dremel.  I'm sorry you are having difficulties putting the #670 MiniSaw on your 4200 but I do believe I can help you with this.  (Also, please refer to your "Operating/Safety" manual that came with your 4200 - on page 15).  First off, because of this tool, for certain attachments (i.e. - #670 MiniSaw, #225 Flex Shaft and #575 Right Angle Attachment - you will not actually need the "drive adapter" that came with those attachments).  Still hold onto them though, because if you have any other High Speed Rotary tools, then you will need that piece to make them work.  On this 4200, because of the EZ Change feature and special collet made for this tool, this is why you need a "different" method of installing these attachments.  So, what you'll need to do is:  Step 1:  Remove accessory from the EZ Change chuck  2:  Unscrew the housing cap off the tool  3.  Take the "Drive Coupling" which was included with your 4200 kit (it's a rather large, rounded tubular piece, again - refer to the picture in your manual).  Insert this piece into the tool.  4.  Next is the "Adapter" (black piece) that came with your tool, this gets pushed onto the tool and threads over the drive coupling.  5.  Last, just thread on the MiniSaw attachment and there you have it ... you are ready to go to work!  Should you find you have any further questions or need further instructions, please call our Dremel Customer Service Department on our toll free phone number of 1-800-437-3635, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, CST.  Any of us would be more than happy to assist you!

-Beth at Dremel


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