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I have an old hilti breaker bought on ebay, i must add i know nothing about these power tools but this came with the needle attachment in it i have sds chisels and wanted to break down a chimney ****** at home there are no other attachments ie sds chuck and i can't see any way of detaching the needles Any help as at the moment all i have managed to achieve is a chisel bit jammed between the needles and it does not hammer at all just a low vibration what do i do to make it work please?

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If you havent found them yet call 1-800-879-8000 and they will be more than willing to help you.

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SOURCE: How do you change out the chisel on the Hilti TE

Pull back on the chuck head and turn it. The Chisle should fall out.

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SOURCE: how do you remove the bit from the chuck of a TE

Slide the collar on the chuck to the rear (toward the handle)

Posted on Nov 22, 2010

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SOURCE: my hilti te-75 drills but is not hammering

Have seen this problem with some 'none' HILTI bits which do not fit correctly into the SDS chuck.
Tends to be with larger drill bits which have a wider shank than the SDS connector, the wider shank hits the end of the drill nose which stops the end of the drill bit contacting with the internal hammer.
Solution is to purchase original bits from Hilti. If you have OEM bits and chisel it will be another problem. Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 07, 2011

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