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How to replace broken countersink drill bit

Snapped a bit on my countersink set can i replace it and how do you get broken bit out of countersink

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  • bieglecki Dec 03, 2012

    Sorry not ryobi cordless This is a makita countersink set it has coresponding philips head driver one one side and bit on the other . There is a set screw on drill bit side but even after removing it I can not get the broken bit to release. any ideas?

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