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Drill bit jammed in challenge extreme hammer drill

Drill bit won't release been pulling back on sleeve but wont budge

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SOURCE: drill bit is stuck inside my makita drill chuck

Try using the low torque setting on the drill when reversing and something to assist you getting a better grip to hold the chuck from spinning when reversing. This may help.

Good Luck

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Spline drill bit won't spin

There a a few things to look for, first is the selector on top in the hammer only position or hammer with rotation. Second look at the spline bit, does the splines look worn excessively also try and look in the nose of the tool for spline condition and last the clutch mechanism might have come apart. Good news though this tool might be covered under warranty, some had a 5 year coverage.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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SOURCE: chuck came off of drill on a Bosch 11236VS hammer drill

Have you pulled the collar to release the pressure on the steel balls. Just pull the collar usually forward and slide on the shaft and then release and twist till it locks. Let me know if I can help further

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Matika hammer drill - bit stuck

The spade bit sold with the hammer drill was actually too large for the hammer drill. We found that the spade bit had over heated (not from overuse or heavy use as only two ladies were using the hammer drill) but because the bit was too large it put too much weight on the drill. The bit had to be removed from the chuck using a hammer and force causing a bearing to come out and the chuck now needs repair. Solution repair the chuck on the hammer drill and buy a lighter spade bit. Then continue jackhammering the cement out of the shower cubicle.

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Bosch 11247 Hammer drill works

Usually replacing the o-rings on the piston, striker and Impact bolt will solve any hammering issues. That is considering there is no damage to the mechanical parts in the hammer mechanism.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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I have a Hitachi WH 18 DFL cordless impact driver, which I love. I was doing a little bit of heavy drilling, and now the drill bit is stuck. The sleeve extends as if to release the bit, but the bit do


My guess is that the bit twisted a little in the bit holder so the steel ball is bound. If the collar moves you could try a slide puller on the bit and see if you can impact it out with the slide puller. Or you could take the bit holder apart. There is a retaining ring that holds it all together right on top. Pull that off and a washer, spring and the collar will come off. Becarefull to watch for the steel balls on the spindle. They WILL fall out! Now hopefully the bit will come out. If not it may need to be twisted in the oposite direction that it got stuck when you were using it to break it free. Hope that helps and good luck!

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If this is a TE7 then the chuck will just pop off of the front end. You just pull the rear chuck sleeve foward to release the chuck. With the chuck off run the drill to see if the cylinder is bent. If you bent the cylinder it will wobble. If the cylinder is okay just order a new chuck. If the cylinder is bent then your best choice is to send it to Hilti and have it repaired by them. They have a ceiling on the amount the repair would be and you would get a warranty with the repair. It would be cheaper than you trying to buy the cylinder and replacing it yourself.
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Ive got a makita ZIC-26 hammer drill and the drill is stuck in and won't come out with the sleeve retracted. Is it possible to repair easily


if this is an SDS try grabbing the bit with some vice grips and jiggling it back and forth. DO Not do this when its plugged in or has a battery hooked up. (your model # did not mach an online search so I don't know what you've got. Also a bit of WD-40 or the like may help loosen it up.

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Without clarification on what is wrong with your tool I can quickly explain how to use it. The chuck has a locking sleeve with ridges on it. You pull it back and insert the bit then release the sleeve to lock in the bit. Behind that is a bigger sleeve. Turning the sleeve and then allowing it to come foward puts it in drill only mode. Pulling that sleeve back and turning it to lock it in puts it in hammer-drill mode. That is about it. A a dab of grease on the end of your bit occasionally to grease your chuck. Hope this helps.

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You grasp the chuck with the bit end in the palm of your hand, With your fingers pull back the plastic sleeve on the other end. slide the chuck on the shaft. Release the sleeve and turn the chuck until you feel it lock into place.

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I have a new DeWalt DC725 cordless compact 1/2" drill/driver/hammerdrill. The only problem so far has been that the keyless single sleeve chuck will now not open to release a 1/2" drill bit. I have twisted...


place the bit in a bench-vice and take a little benchhammer and with a plastic hammer .
hold the hammer with chisel tip on the claws of the chuck and tap with the plastic hammer on the other side of the bench hammer and beat gently on the three claws tighten the chuck three-step around gently around so the bit slowly from the drill bit comes slowly loose.
if the bit is out you can turn the chuck free, if this problem repeats go to the dealer for warranty .

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I dont have the manel and need to no how to use it


The drill uses bits with the SDS+ connection end. You have three different modes of operation. Hammer drill for drilling into concrete. Drill only for drilling into wood or steel and chip only for chiseling concrete. Now for drill only you would have to change out the chuck for a jacolbs style.

The bits just snap in the chuck. To remove the bits you just slide the chuck sleeve back and remove the bit. To change the chuck you wolulld place the palm of your hand over the chuck and using your fingers pull the sleeve on the chuck that is near the red housing towards your palm and just pull off the chuck.It will snap back on the same way.

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Grab the black plastic sleeve where the bit goes in and pull it back, and while you are pulling back the sleeve pull the bit out.

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put a box end wrench 7/16 or a 3/8 over the bit. put the bit in a vise. Lightly tap the wrench with a hammer while holding the relase sleeve back. usually need 2 people. 1 to hold the drill and the sleeve and 1 to hold the wrench and hammer. try a little tranny fluid or wd40 in the chuck. don't use the painted bits. use onle the chrome ones

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