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The drill bit came out of my xrp 12v dewalt drill. How do I get it back in? Is it locked?

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  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    Can you be more specific, the drill bit came out or did something happen to the chuck itself, possibly the retaining screw? Let me know

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I hope I am understanding your question properly, if not, leave a comment. This drill *** a "keyless" chuck. If you look down into where the drill bit goes, there are metal pieces inside the black nose of the tool. Those metal parts are what holds the bit into place. The drill bit slides into the hole at the front of the drill (where it fell out from), Put the drill bit back in and then grasp the black tip (right below where you put the drill bit in). Directly underneath where you put your first hand, hold onto the piece directly below the upper part. Turn the top piece right and left and it tightens or loosens the mechanism that holds the bit in place. Give it a firm turn to make sure it is tight.

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