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Brand new Bosch PS 20 drill Kobalt 1/4" bits snap into place, however there is still "play" between the bit and the chuck, creating an untrue bit revolution while drilling. Anyone? Thank You

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It's the nature of the beast. It should be snug enough not to fall out, though. Virtually all cordless screwdrivers have a bit of end play to them.

Posted on May 24, 2009

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