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How do i remove a chuck from a skill drill

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If it's anything like their other drills, there is a safety screw with left-hand threads inside chuck.

  1. Uncscrew screw CLOCKWISE until loose.
  2. Then insert the short arm of a 3/8" hex wrench and tighten.
  3. Strike long arm of wrench sharply counter-clockwise and chuck should loosen to unthread from spindle.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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