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DeWalt 12V cordless the chuck mow backs out under load

The other day I was using the drill to back off some Wheel lugnuts, they had already been loosend with the big rachet. the was a bang inside the drill and now under load the chuck "unscrews" when in reverse. What did I break and can I repair it?

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  • gharn163 Jan 23, 2009

    that's sounds right I'll try and take a look this weekend.



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That depends take the chuck off and see if you can see a part of a screw in the spindle. If so try and turning it with a small pick to remove it. It sounds like all you possibly broke was the chuck retaining screw. You can go to a repair center and pick one up relatively cheap or go to Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number to look at a breakdown for this part. Let me know if anything different, I take it also that the tool runs and sounds OK otherwise?

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