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The first ring is pos 88 remove but wait ,! first solvent clean the whole head and the fitting part of the chisel try first before take any operation on the chisel to shift the rubber gasket on the bit with a little screwdriver if its cleanwet before all and then remove pos 88 a locking ring then look good on the parts order of your right powertool diagram setting of your hammer.
If its cleaned and the parts are removed from the
locking sleeve wher the chisel is in place the chisel with whole hammer in a vise and only then if the 2 locking devices out the locking sleeve are removed take a
bench hammer with the point on the front part pos 94 between chisel and hammer sleeve and with a heavy mallet on the bench Hammer the machine from the chisel.
Make sure the chuck is loose then clamp the drill bit in the vice and give the drill a straight pull ,once its out then put some engine oil down the chuck and let it soak in ,not that fish oil spray stuff .
You should only need to push the bit in. If that does not work grasp the chuck and pull back towards the handle than insert the bit and release the chuck. You remove the bit by doing the same pulling the chuck back and taking the bit out
Put some WD40 into chuck and wait a few minutes. Open the chuck as you would do when normally removing the drill while at the same smartly tapping the back of the drill.Alternatively try to grip the broken drill bit with a long nose pliers to extract it. A strong magnet might also pull the bit out.
The spade bit sold with the hammer drill was actually too large for the hammer drill. We found that the spade bit had over heated (not from overuse or heavy use as only two ladies were using the hammer drill) but because the bit was too large it put too much weight on the drill. The bit had to be removed from the chuck using a hammer and force causing a bearing to come out and the chuck now needs repair. Solution repair the chuck on the hammer drill and buy a lighter spade bit. Then continue jackhammering the cement out of the shower cubicle.