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First you will need all of the original hardware that came with the crib for it to be safe. Then you might want to google it to make sure there were not any recalls on it ever, just to be safe again.
Then I beleive you will need 2 flat screwdrivers and an adjustable wrench or plyers. You will need to connect all four sides and the bars that go under the sides that release the side to go down. Then the parts that hold the mattress and then the mattress.
Well I couldn't find a pix of your drill so I will guess that it is a typical drill. You seem to be asking a very basic question so I will start will all the basic info I can think of.
First you have to know where the power trigger is to make it go.
2nd you have to know where the forward and reverse switch is.
Now with the switch in the forward position squeeze the trigger to make it go. Then gently grab the chuck with your hand while it is going and the center Jaws should close up and come out of the chuck.
Now with the switch in the reverse position squeeze the trigger to make it go. Then gently grab the chuck with your hand while it is going and the cetner Jaws should open up and go into the chuck to a maximum point
Open the jaws enough to put the drill in the jaws then put the switch in the forward position. Put the drill in the chuck, sqeeze the trigger to make it go, and hold the chuck so the jaws close on the drill. All while keeping the drill from falling out of the chuck.
When it closes on the drill and the drill is in straight then hold the chuck as tight as you can while squeezing the trigger to make the jaws close very tightly on the drill. If you have very tender hands you might want to use gloves.
To get the drill out put the switch in reverse, hold the chuck very tightly, and squeeze the trigger to open the jaws off of the drill.
you will need to replace the chuck.look inside the chuck for a screw. it will be a left handed screw.once
you get the screw out put the chuck in a vice . you will need to
squeeze it very tight. then put the drill in reverse and pull the
trigger.if i wont come off you will need to hit the chuck with a hammer
while you are holding the trigger.
look inside the chuck for a screw. it will be a left handed screw.once you get the screw out put the chuck in a vice . you will need to squeeze it very tight. then put the drill in reverse and pull the trigger.if i wont come off you will need to hit the chuck with a hammer while you are holding the trigger.