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I have a Milwaukee M18 cordless drill with a bit broken off inside and the chuck won't open.

Put your drill into reverse, and hold the chuck. With luck, that will loosen the chuck and the broken bit will fall out.

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Are you talking about installing the Windows 7 operating system on an Acer Aspire 5351 laptop, or are you referring to something else. Forgive me, I'm not sure I understand your question. You can visit Acer's support centre here: Acer Worldwide Select your local country or region and type in your location. It will direct you to the right site.

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Konica minolta bizhub c252 error c-5351

C - 5351 Is power cooling fan problem.Verify the cooling fan connectors and clean.For reset open/close the front door.

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Milwaukee Magnum Hammer Drill

If the chuck is completely jammed, you can replace it. If its locked but open, then you can remove the screw holding the chuck with an allen wrench. It's going be be tough because it will be secured with glue, such as loc-tite, and it will also be a left handed screw. So be sure to turn clockwise to unscrew it.

You can buy the part at this website, or at a milwaukee service center:

It's a little pricey, but better than buying a new drill. You should also be able to have a service center put the part on for you, if you don't feel comfortable taking it apart.

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Quick change clutch is locked

Push the rubber sleve off the drill bit and up the drill bit then the plastic ring. release the clip around the spindle. Slide the clip and chuck sleve forward and remove the ball sitting in the spindle. You should then be able to pull the bit from the machine. If it does not want to come hold the bit in a vice and tap the spindle off the end of the bit using a suitable punch. Rebuild chuck in reverse.

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How to remove bit from the 5351

the parts are obsolete to replace in the most case if it will come out the driving guidance is often worn in the bit holder and a
lockup will repeat soon

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How do I change a bit

This drill uses a keyless chuck. which means you have to hold onto the barrel by the end of the drill chuck. Then you need to put the drill in reverse to open the chuck to put a bit in. Insert a bit and then put the drill back into forward and hold chuck to tighten.

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Will not hold charge

There has been quite a bit of trouble with those batteriews... if it is less then a year it will be replaced under warranty...
Those batteries also have a memory in them that tells how many times they have been charged and if they have been abused...
Find a near by Milwaukee dealer and they will take care of you..
I have had a few of them replaced under warranty already..


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I have a Milwaukee 1 1/8'' heavy duty hammer drill, and it is fairly new, and I can't get any bits to lock in place. The coller that the bit fits through doesn't slide back and forth. What can I do to get...

Milwaukee has a 5 yr warranty on all their tools. Best thing to do is find a service center in your area and have them look at it. Sounds like the bit collar is stuck or possibly cracked. No sense in spending money on the tool if you can get it covered under warranty.

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