Question about Makita 6019DWE 3/8 Cordless Drill Keyless Chuck Rev 7.2v 600 Rpm

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I need to remove the chuck from the drill

We are using this in ortho surgery and use a different chuck that we can sterilize.

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  • loninapleton Jan 20, 2009

    I have same problem. An older model Craftsmen 3/8 reversible with standard chuck and key. No drill manuals here but the drill guide I use has instructions.

    However it's always a nightmare and I am stuck again.

    I want to get the chuck off and reassemble with the guide attached.

    A long time ago, the Sears guy put his right angle allen wrench in the chuck and it loosened up with a hammer blow. It looks like I did the same thing but I get no leverage. The chuck keeps spinning.

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In continuation after removing the chuck screw which is left hand thread shift the drill to LOW and use a bent handle allen wrench approx the size of the chuck lock it in the jaws. Turn clutch setting to the drill only position and using a hammer strike the hex key. The chuck has standard threads. To reassemble just reverse this

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Open the chuck fully and there is a screw inside holding it on. Just remove it.

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