Question about Makita DA4000LR Electric Angle Drills
You will need 2 spanners ( the size vary's from differant models) and A screwdriver (generally phillips/star). Remove the screw that is inside the mouth of the chuck (it screws throough the back of the chuck and into the chuck shaft). Then get your 2 spanners - One goes on to the chuck and the other goes onto the shaft that the chuck attaches to. Turn the chuck anti Clockwise. This may be vary hard to do as somtime they rust and cease and you may need to brace the second spanner in a bench/table vise and use a hammer to gently tap away at the 1st spanner (the one holding the chuck). I find that spraying a litlle penatrating oil on the screw and the shaft an hour before attemting helps about 80% of the time.
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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