Question about Dewalt 18v Battery Hammer Drill Dcd950 Dc925
I'VE WATCHED SEVERAL ON LINE FLICKS WATCHING THEM REMOVE A CHUCK AND THEY ALL SHOW THEM TAKING A REVERSED SCREW OUT WITH A FLAT SCREW DRIVER. ON MINE THERE IS NO SLOT IN THE SCREW.HOW CAN YOU FIX THE SHAFT IF IT IS BROKEN OR COULD IT BE SOMETHING ELSE WRONG WITH IT?
The DCD950 drill has a chuck that does not require the reverse-threaded lock screw. It is put on with lok-tite and a good deal of torque. It is hard to remove without the Dewalt vice tool to hold it but not impossible. Some can be removed by tightening the chuck in a vice and, using the drill handle for leverage, apply steady, even, strong pressure until it breaks free. Using this method usually bends the part of the chuck in the vice making it useless. Another reason for the chuck not turning when the motor is turning is a broken transmission. If the chuck works properly in tightening down and releasing bits, your problem may be in the transmission. If you go to http://www.ereplacementparts.com/ and search for your model number you can look at a breakdown of your drill and what you're looking at to replace the transmission.
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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