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There is one or more defect collector in the ancre the commutator place a resistance measure on the both brushes on the ancre and turn slowly the chuck then there is a place that wil measure nothing or great difference in resist , replace a new ancre (if its a FESTOOL < DEWALT< BOSCH FEIN or MILWAUKEE or other quality machine, and maybe also if the stator is colored dark and if measured the both poles are not in balance then also replace the coil stator (field magnet) , working with the tool at this moment made a wrong sound noise. and its eating the brushes very fast again. Have you used the drill on a generator mostly there is a problem with to high voltage , if it was then you see nothing looked like damaged only with a measure , but if it was overloaded you see different colored collectors o the ancre .

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Your problem is with the screw holding the chuck onto the shaft. That screw if a reverse thread and needs to be tightened in reverse direction.

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you need a special jig to remove the chuck on this kind of drill

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jacobs come out with this all metal keyless chuck(i think thats what you have) and if thats the case, there is no solution for this youll have to replace the hole chuck, being its new, it may be under warrenty

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i have the same tool and have had the same problem

i use 2 large prs of channel locks(water pump pliers) to break the bond

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SOURCE: keyless drill has locked in a closed position with the drill bit

I just put mine in reverse and grasp the chuck with a pair of channel locks. Pull the trigger and hold the channel locks tightly. The chuck will release the bit.

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