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I cannot remove the drill bit from the drill

How do I change out the drill bits

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There are rare chances when you can get the required types of drill bits in the market, so it will be wise to visit the website of the famous drill bit manufacturers in the region to confirm the availability of such products and contact them directly for placing orders.

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SOURCE: chuck will not release bit

Hi,

the Chuck should be 2 Part.

Use 2 pair of stillsons Or pipe wrenches, Tight On the 2 Chuck Parts, Crack in opposite Directions.

Alternative, Use Wrench On Chuck Jaw, Short sharp Blow With Hammer.

Mike @ compurepair.


Posted on Feb 28, 2008

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SOURCE: inserting new drill bit

Assuming that it is this drill:

http://www.toolpartsdirect.com/cgi-bin/schematic.cgi/blackdecker/7144-04_TYPE_4

You will need a chuck key - hopefully you have that with the drill. It's a little t-shaped bar with a cog on one end. You put it into the holes in the chuck (the part at the end which grps the bit) and turn anti-clockwise to open the jaws. Place a bit in the centre and then turn it clockwise to tighten. Tighten the bit using each of the three holes in the chuck and make sure you remove the chuck key before you use the drill - keep it safe!

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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SOURCE: drill bit is stuck inside my makita drill chuck

Try using the low torque setting on the drill when reversing and something to assist you getting a better grip to hold the chuck from spinning when reversing. This may help.

Good Luck

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Removing the drill bit from Makita bdf452.

try hitting the chuck with an hide mallet in the undo direction, it just needs shocking, to rease it

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: HOW DO I LOOSEN A KEYLESS CHUCK TO REMOVE A DRILL

Keyless chucks normally have a knurled ring at the base of the chuck that you hold in one hand while turning the large knurled taper with the other. If the chuck has been overtightened, and you cant open like this, try using two stilson wrenches (Pipe wrenches) one on each of these parts. Use a soft cloth in the jaws to avoid damaging the knurling. You can also try some Q20 or similar into the chuck to help lubricate it.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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