Question about Drills
I also have a similar issue with two small 12 V AEG drivers whereby you can hold the chuck and it just clicks away. Would new brushes fix this or have I bought duds?
Battery powered drills generally are much weaker thah house current drills. With that in mind, realize that they aredrills and not intended to be power screwdrivers! The less the supply voltage, the less the torque (turning power). They are suppurb at doing small jobs where torque is not an issue, like using drill bits through wood, etc!
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
These units have only been out for a short while and most are on warranty. Take it to a Bosch Service center in your area and they will replace the front of the unit. Unfortunatly this is a problem with this type of unit. The bit will deform slightly from the impacting action and lock itself in the chuck.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
you are half right. The screw that you see is a chuck retaining screw (LH thread) to keep the chuck from loosening up when in reverse. What you need to do is if you have one remove it first and then find a bent handle allen wrench about the size of the chuck capacity, lock the shorter end in the jaws and then position the wrench at about a 30 deg angle and put the chuck on a block of wood or bench and take a hammer and hit it counter clockwise. If you have a wrench small enough to lock onto the spindle use it and brace it on the bench. If this tool has a high and low setting use the low and if clutch equipped the drill only. Let me know if you need more help
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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Remove the REVERSE-THREAD screw at the bottom of the chuck. Set the clutch collar to the highest setting, and set the gear to the slowest setting if this drill has a 2 speed transmission. Remove the power source! Get the biggest allen wrench you can fit in the end of the chuck(the shortest leg) and tighten the chuck down around it, allowing the jaws to rest and tighten on the flats of the wrench. Lay the drill on its side(chuck toward you, handle to the left, and allen wrench to the left, horizontal to the deck. Then with a hammer(soft hammer if you care about the allen wrench) quickly and deliberately hit the allen wrench in an attempt to cause the allen wrench to spin counter clockwise. Let me know if this works for you!
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