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Black & decker pivot plus bits are stuck

I can't get the bit out. I don't have the manual anymore, is there some sort of trick to removing the bit?

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  • rachdutton Dec 23, 2008

    I figured it out! They're magnetic! :)

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    I can not remove the bit!! HELP!!!!!

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    they're magnetic. Great. So how do I get the bit out??

  • ntduxx May 10, 2009

    I can't remove the bit. any suggestions? i'm not sure what being magnetic means in terms of getting the bit out...

  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    won't come out

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I had this problem too, an unfortunately, there's no manual on the black & decker site for this product.
I figured it out though! You have to push down (towards the motor) the chuck collar (cyllindrical black part which holds the bit). If you've tried this already, try harder - it can get really stuck and require a lot of force to push down.
Anyways, if you apply enough force, it will give and allow you to remove whatever bit is inside.
Hope this helps.

Posted on May 19, 2009

  • rpmend Feb 16, 2011

    great suggestion. I tapped the chuck collar with a hammer and the bit popped out. Appreciate the tip.

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Totally worked! I used the spindle from a stack of cd's. I put it over the top of the drill and put it on a chair and pushed down and it popped right out. Thanks a Million!

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Guys, this worked for me as well. The spindle idea was great, so I used a spark plug socket and a rubber mallet. Got the bit right out. Thanks!

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