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Usually there is a cover on the back with torx drive screws that need to be removed. Some of the motors do not have changeable brushes though. I would recommend going to dewaltservicenet.com and downloading a parts diagram so you can see if they are available and the cover that I mentioned.

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SOURCE: Dewalt drill. I have a stuck chuck.

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spray some oil into it and tap it lightly with a small hammer. Then hold the chuck and gently squeese the trigger in forward setting and backward setting. Do not use full force on backward setting.
This should do the trick.
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