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SOURCE: Where can I buy a new chuck for my 15-091 dp?

You cn find MANY chucks on eBay. You need to verify the size and the mounting which is LIKELY a Morse taper. ONLY buy new ones. There are some for as low as $8.

Prefered brand is "Jacob's".

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SOURCE: I just bought a used DP200 Delta drill press. The chuck seems to be locked up in the closed position. I want to try to open and insert a bit, but am afraid of breaking something.

If it's locked up that tight the only thing you can do is turn the key as hard as you can until it either breaks free and works or just plain breaks. If it breaks free, spray a bunch of WD40 or like lubricant up into it, cycle the chuck to full open and full closed a few times to let it soak in then blow it out. If it's working freely throughout the travel and not sticking it should be OK. If it broke while trying to open, sticks while cycling it or just plain won't open, replace it. You need part number 1310049 from Delta to replace it (shop the internet for one). The chuck is just pressed on to the tapered spindle so you have to extend the spindle all the way down and hit the top of chuck, sometimes hard depending on how long it's been on there.

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First you have to know where the power trigger is to make it go.

2nd you have to know where the forward and reverse switch is.

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