Thanks for the reply.
I must say this is a design fault; all pof1400ace are made that way. Also a model pof1200ace is built that way.
Otherwise It's a fine product. It has soft start, fine depth adjustment (0.1mm step), constant power electronics, two leds to enlight the working area and its not loud. This is the best I could get for 150. One chance is to take it back and get another brand. For similar price I can only get Black&Decker KW900EKA or Black&Decker XTW1500EKA (no soft start, no fine depth adjustment, no leds and they look and feel really cheap made). Makita, DeWalt and Bosch blue are all far more expensive (from 350 up to 600). Metabo is also expensive. And of course I could get low price router like Einhell, NuTools, ID Tools and Alpha Tools for about 30 to 50.
The other option is to take in to service. Chance is that the company is now aware of the fault and I will get a proper pillar with a proper bushing. If not, I will get a new pillar with the same problem.
The third chance is to repair the router by myself. I would made a proper pillar and bushing with closed tolerances. Then all I need is to disassemble it and replace those parts.
I think I will first take it to the service and if the router will have the same problem, I'll decide what to do.
giltic, I don't know where you live or how to make the money exchange to dollars but if that machine you bought is compared to a Black and Decker such as we have here in the US it isn't very good at all. I was not aware that Bosch had a product line that inexpensive.
A router that moves like you are talking about can be dangerous and can only make a person frustrated trying to get it to do what a router is supposed to do. If I couldn't afford the plunge router that worked properly I would go with a fixed base router, at least it will not move and hurt you or mess your work up.
By the way, the Dewalt is not in the same class as the blue Bosch or Makita, I have all of these routers and while the Dewalt does do a great job it just will not hold up like the Bosch and Mikita.
If you are wanting to make a router table I would recommend the MV12 Hitachi, it is very strong and will hold up under a fair amount of pressure. The MV12 doesn't look like much and does look cheap but it will get the job done.
As for the soft start deal, if you buy a router with that feature you will more than likely be wireing that dude to by pass that feature as it will not last long.