Question about Black & Decker Drills
I purchased 3/8 masonary Bit but can't secure in drill using L shaped tool.I have Topsey Turvy tomato planter to hang out on balcony. My E-mail is GiClm4@comcast.net
If it's an inexpensive bit, odds are it's spinning in the chuck. If the chuck key can't tighten the jaws well enough, you'll need to borrow or buy a different drill (or you could replace the chuck).
If you bought an SDS bit (one with slots milled in the shank), you're best off buying a bit made for a standard drill. It's not impossible to get a SDS bit to chuck into a standard drill, but it's difficult and they often slip loose during drilling, messing up the hole.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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