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Changing bits Can't figure out how to release the phillips bit! Bought the pivot plus second hand, and for the life of me can't figure it out

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    help me get this piece off this drill, its a pivot plus. how do i change bits

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Without a model number I am guessing but you should have to either pull back on the outer collar or push forward to release the bit in the hex driver. If this doesn't work give me the brand and model number and I will find a user manual to look at and let you know where you can get it.

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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If it is an older drill it may have a 'key' that would look similar to end of a phillips screwdriver on a tee that can be inserted into where the chuck and the rest of the drill assembly meet and twisted to loosen the bit.

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