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Chuck tines on Ryobi Hammer Drill Are Not Engaging Uniformly

I have a 2spd 1/2" Ryobi hammer drill. The problem is that 1 of the 3 chuck tines is not in line with the other two. This prevents the chuck from retaining the installed drill bit concentric along the rotation axis, and causes the bit to wobble. I'm looking either to fix the chuck or replace it outright. Chuck is a keyed version. After-market solutions are fine! Thanks. Steve in Redondo Beach, CA

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Home depot replacement chuck i beleive you can also us a keyless chuck. they usually come with instructions. most have a screw at the inside of drill chuck.

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