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It seems to be broken.. I'm so sad.. I love this thing.. I'm a woodworking Grandma and I am building benches for my Churches pumpkin patch for the school children to sit on.. I have lots to do and My Kreg 5 won't work..  When ever I go to clamp my 2x4 it doesn't grab or if it does seems to be to tight and when I lower the handle it makes a horrible popping noise and pc is loose again.  I can't afford to order a new one.. I think mine is about 2 years old.  I've never had this problem in the past. I just don't know what to do.. Can anyone help me?

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Sorry to hear you're having troubles with your K5! Technical Support will be happy to help with this. You can reach them at technicalsupport@kregtool.com or toll-free 800-447-8638. Thanks!

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