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Chuck seems to be bent

Bit Wabbles when turned on

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    David Ford May 11, 2010

    can you provide the model number and brand. what I would try first though is another bit, look also at the jaws for unusual wear on a couple. If you have a piece of steel rod I would chuck that up to use it as a guage instead of a drill bit. Let me know



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Make sure bit doesn't have any burrs caused by slipping in a chuck.

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