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Removing chuck trying to replace warped chuck with a factory replacement, i removed all 5 surround bolts including the one next to trigger but to no avail.

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lock an allen key in chuck,,chuck has l/h thread so turn chuck anticlockwise to remove

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Tool piece stuck in chuck, unable to unlock it. Can you help


I would suggest contacting one of our Factory Service centers so we can take a look at it. Please see the link provided. DEWALT com

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How do I remove the chuck from this roto hammer?


Most chucks are attached to the drill by an Allen head bolt.
To access the bolt spin chuck open all the way you should be able to see the bolt. Some bolts are a left hand thread so try loosening one way and if that doesn't work try the other direction.
After removing the bolt tap lightly on the chuck to help remove it
A little pentatonic oil is also helpful.
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We have a chuck that got jammedand broken, is it possible to remove the chuck only and replace it or do u only get the whole front section with chuck. And if the chuck can be removed, how do u remove it....


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With the chuck open as far as possible, look within the jaws of the chuck for a bolt or screw head that attaches the chuck to the shaft. Remove the bolt/screw and remove the chuck. Some chucks can also be screwed onto the shaft, so look for signs of threads at the base of the chuck. Otherwise, once the bolt/screw is removed, tap along the outside around the chuck with a plastic hammer to loosen the chuck. Penetrating oil will help.
Take your chuck with you to a "big box" type hardware store, where a replacement should be available. Any well stocked hardware store should be able to help you. I have found that the somewhat smaller hardware stores are usually staffed with knowledgeable persons, and getting a replacement ordered is easier. One is more likely to be stocked in the larger stores.
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the engine ofr the 95 Le Sabre is most easily taken out by dropping the sub frame. Here's how its done:

1. Lift the car on jack stands as high as you can get it **DO NOT FORGET TO CHUCK THE REAR WHEELS***
2. Begin by removing the battery cable, air filter hose and air filter box, the front wheels and disconnecting all the sensors from the wiring harness there are 2 main harness connectors that should take care of all the sensors depending on year and model. Also remove power steering pump and Cruise control.( this includes the starter cables and remove the A/C compressor* from the engine its self.
3. The next step is to remove the exhaust manifold that is bolted to the engine (trust me it saves about an hour of frustration, and saves you an exhaust gasket)
4. next get a hoist or engine crane strapped to the motor and support the engines weight. Then begin taking the engine cradle out by removing the 4 bolts out of the sub frame.
5. next lower the motor and trans mission from the vehicle. and pull it from under the car.
6. remove the transmission bolts (there are 5) that are at various circumference of the motor to trans
7. Now support the transmission and lift the engine off the engine cradle (sub frame) and replace the new engine into the old engines place.
8. bolt the engine to the transmission and replace the starter.
9. slide the engine back under the vehicle and replace the lift or hoist back on the engine.
10. lift the engine back into place and adjust the sub frame into place and bolt that back together.
11. replace the exhaust manifold.
12. replace the engine wiring harness, A/C compressor, Power steering pump, cruise control, and attach the starter wires.
13. reconnect the air filter hose and air filter box.
14. check motors oil level, and oil filter.
15.reconnect battery
*DO NOT DISCONNECT THE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM WHILE IT IS STILL PRESSURIZED!*

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How to change the chuck on 18 volt cordless drills


Set the drill to reverse. Hold the chuck, press the trigger and open the drills chuck to it wide open position. Now,, take the correct size allen wrench and insert it into the back of the chuck to remove the screw. Turn the screw clockwise to remove it. Notice I said clockwise, just the opposite of what you might think. Hold the chuck with your hand or a pair of large vise grips and press the trigger to unscrew the chuck from the drill. Rotate it counterclockwise to remove it from the drill. Reverse the procedure to install the new chuck.

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You need to open the chuck and remove the bolt from the bottom of it[usually a #2 phillips].The next step is to insert a 5/16 allen wrench into the chuck and tighten the chuck.Hold the drill with the chuck facing away from you then strike the allen wrench with a hammer on the right side[so it goes down] and now you will be able to remove it by hand,good luck.

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I need help replacing a bostitch framing air nailer trigger model 28ww it's leaking air and won't work.


follow closely, do you have a new trigger assembly because the problem is with one o ring commonly referred as the purple o ring in the kits? either way the procedure to remove the trigger is first knock out the roll pin for the trigger latch and then the 2 roll pins for the trigger assembly. next get a shop rag or equivelant and place under the now exposed trigger assembly and then while holding the collar on the air chuck plug into tool and hold rag tight and trigger will "pop" out pull the chuck away and remove the 2 pins to disassemble the assembly or install in reverse order lubricating the o rings first. Let me know if you have any questions or problems.

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Remove and replace the chuck


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Presure in raidiator


I know you said you did the head gasket, but it really sounds like a head gasket issue and pressure getting from the cylinder into the colling system. If you've had recurring overheating that necessitated another gasket replacement you'll likely have a warped head, which could explain the recurring t symptoms despite changing the gasket.

I'd do a compression test with the radiator cap off and see if you're losing compression. You'll likely need to have the head machined to remove the warping. Once machined and replaced with a good Yamaha brand gasket and a high temp sealant to help it, you should be okay. Be sure to torque the head bolts exactly in the order required and to the exact level required by the factory.

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