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Re: jaws jammed in housing
What you might try is to spray some oil into the chuck and then using the key again, making sure of the proper rotation try and turn it while GENTLYY tapping on the collar with a small hammer (better brass) and see if this doesn't loosen them up. Good Luck. Dave
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it needs to be reseated and to do that you will need to clean the shaft and the internal portion of the chuck with something like brake clean and use a paper towel to wipe off the residue, then move the table out of the way and get a block of wood and hammer, retract the jaws fully and position the chuck and put the block of wood under it and strike it with a hammer a couple times this should take care of your problem
No there isnt. the chuck has a taper fit and needs to be cleaned and installed correctly. Use something like a brake clean or carb cleaner and spray the shaft and the internal socket of the chuck, wipe both clean with a paper towel and then move the table out of the way and with the chuck jaws fully retracted use a piece of wood and "seat the chuck" I usually strike the wood a couple of times. this should work as long as the tapers are not that worn.
you need to seat it properly. It is probably a taper shank and socket, if so clean both parts with something like brake clean or similar dry off with a paper towel, fully retract the jaws, move table out of the way and find a block of wood. put taper into socket and place wood under chuck and strike the wood with a hammer a couple times to seat this, if other than that let me know and I will find something else, I would also need the brand and model number
you can try using something like brake clean and spraying both the shaft and internal socket and then wiping with a paper towel. next move the table out of the way and place the shaft back into the socket with the chuck jaws retracted take a block of wood and a hammer and "tap" seat the tapers together. I would "tap" it a couple times and this should work if they are not worn excessively.
get something like brake clean and spray both parts the shaft and internal socket and then wipe with a paper towel. Next put the shaft into the socket and "tap" into place with a block of wood on the drill chuck with the jaws retracted. You might have to "tap" a little hard if you know what I mean but this will seat the tapers and you should not have a problem for a while.
is the shaft a taper, if so clean it with brake clean or equivelant and wipe dry with a paper towel and use a block of wood with the chuck jaws retracted to tap the spindle back into the drive. It should lock back in place, it is just a taper socket fit.
It is unless there is a tang on the end. What you need to do is thoroughly clean the parts with something like brake clean to remove all the oil and then wipe with a clean paper towel. What I do it put the arbor into the drill press or the chuck onto the arbor and then put a 2x4 on the table and press the parts together or if you have enough room fully retract the jaws and use the block of wood to "tap" the parts to seat them. Let me know if you need more assistance