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I cannot get the chuck to tighten the collet

The collet will not close around any of the drills or sanders.even when the chuck is fully closed.

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Sounds like u are using the wrong collet in the end of dremel the normally have a couple of different collets try changing it for a tighter one also make sure its in the right way

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