Question about Drills
I am replacing a keyless chuck on a B&D KR650CRE. I have the new part which has a screw to attach it as I expected. However looking into the old chuck I cannot see a screw head to unscrew. It looks like a smooth dics with a dimple in the middle.
Thanks for your help in advance
1. Unscrew all screws on side of drill. (The side with the screws will lift off and nothing will be disturbed.)
2. Lift out the chuck and gear shaft. It is all one piece. (Nothing will fall apart.)
place vice grips around the shaft just behind the chuck head. ( clamp the vice grips extremely tight.)
3.Place the chuck head (pointed down) in a very heavy vice and tighten the vice very tight. Push or pull the vice grips counter clock-wise. ( I situated my vice grips so I could give a sharp pushing blow with the palm of my hand.)
4. Should break free immediately!
5. You will probably want to pay me a lot of money for helping you solve this problem, but it is not necessary.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
I can't find that model number in their database but I would guess that the chuck that is on it now is for a non-reversing tool and therefore would not have the hole for the chuck retaining screw. As long as the threads are the same I don't see a problem putting it on. Let me know if I can help further. Dave
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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