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SOURCE: BOSH PSB 600 RES drill will not restart

Hi, Sounds like you have a pinched wire somewhere. When you say you somehow make it work are you bending the powercord, shaking the drill or what? Any of those things would suggest a pinched wire or broken switch. Make sure the switches for reverse and hammer work in both directions. You say it is relatively new and there is no smell so I would not suspect the brushes and it doesn,t sound like it is running long enough to overheat anyway. The best advice I can give you is that the drill needs to be opened and examined, and if you have an ohm meter check all of the connections from the power cord to the trigger. If you don't feel comfortable with that then you may want to return it under your warranty or you may want to do that anyway. Good Luck!

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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SOURCE: I can't change the bit on my Bosch PSB 650 RE drill

see if there's not secured to the shaft with a screw inside at the bottom of the bit. try to slack it by turnig it clockwise. then catch a 19 mm. open end spanner in a bench wise put the shaft with its two flat sides in the spanner and with a pump pliers catch the bit and unscrew the bit turning counterclockwise this time

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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SOURCE: The quick clamp chuck on my bosch 600 has seized

Hit a metal part of the clamp chuck to just create a "shock" using a hard rubber-hammer (or a metal hammer if the rubber one fails) one or two times. Chuck grip will loosen on the bit for you to remove it.

Posted on Dec 24, 2009

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SOURCE: A bit is stuck in the chuck of my Bosch drill

Hello. Wrap a towel around the chuck and use a pipe wrench or a pair of channel locks to put a little force on the chuck. J.

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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SOURCE: How do you replace the chuck on a Bosch 650 RE

while holding the drill like a gun, hold the lock button REALLY tight and pull the black part to the right really hard. this will unlock the chuck and if you keep twisting the black part to the right it will loosen it enough so that you can remove it

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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