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SOURCE: dayton drill press, How do you remove the chuck?

If the spindle has a slot in it above the chuck and you can see the top of the chuck arbor in that slot then you need to get a wedged piece of steel commonly called a drift , insert in the slot so it bears on the top of the arbor and the top of the slot and hit it with a hammer. This will knock the tapered arbor loose from the spindle and it should fall out. Hope this helps you.

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