Question about Drills
One of the chuck jaws has come out .how do I get it back in . how do I remove the chuck also from the drill body.
Yeah, you'll need to replace the chuck. to remove the chuck generally takes a special tool.that fits between the drive and the chuck, that keeps the drive from spinning when you unscrew the chuck, this tool varies by manufacturer,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Put the screw back in the chuck, tighten it up then back it out 1 turn. Take a punch, put it in the chuck and give it a quick hit with a hammer. That should do the trick.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
About 60 minutes...max 90 minutes. Do NOT leave it on the charger for hours and hours...that just cooks the battery.
And switch regularly between the two batteries...else the one that doesn't get used will die.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: dewalt 18 volt cordless drill
Use a pipe wrench on it to give yourself a little more leverage. It is simply jammed all the way open and it will release when you apply enough force.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
If you find that the end of the screw inside the chuck is actually broke then you have a gear problem inside your drill. This is actually a very common problem. Sometimes people push too hard on their drills and the gears inside wear out and break. This prevent the motor from wearing out, but, the gears have to be replaced.
If it is the gears and not the chuck. you broke the minimium of the front gear or gears inside your drill. YOU CANNNOT repair gears. they need to be replaced. you may be able to find some off brand gears to work but, you run the risk that they are not as strong as your original ones, or may not be exactly grooved correctly.
so, if replacing your chuck does not work. find replacement gears. IF you cannot find the gears from the manufacturer see about replacing your drill.
If the chuck is still good, keep it. If you buy the same model, keep your old drill for replacement parts, ie, switch, armature, cord, etc.
hope this helps somewhat.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
It is not the chuck that is stuck, it is probably the armature. Probably a problem with the brushes. Since it is so easy I would try first unscrewing the caps and pulling the brushes out to see if things spin then. If the brush will not come out then it is probably jambed and you would have to take the drill apart. If you take the brushes out and still have a problem, at least one reasonable but simply checked problem is eliminated.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
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