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How do you remove the grinder assembly from the motor housing? Thanks.

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    Veronique bourdais Jun 01, 2016

    It's a motomaster from Canadian tire, and it's called a spin saw. Comes with different attachments. Don't have al the info with me but will look. Thanks.

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