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Ryobi Impact wrench won't release bit

Won't release bit from wrench

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I would spray a little bit of WD-40 while pointing the bit up towards the sky. The fit is very tight and any rust can jam the bit. When the tool is stored properly to prevent rust and used regularly this won't happen. If I'm going to use bit with rust I wire brush it first and then put a drop of oil on it.

Posted on Jan 04, 2016

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SOURCE: Ryobi impact drill compatibility with normal drill bits

Round bits are not compatible with the Ryobi impact drivers. You need the hex shank "quick connect" bits and accessories. There is an adapter available. it is basically a regular style of keyless drill chuck with the quick connect hex shank that should fit right in to your Impact.

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SOURCE: I have a Hitachi WH 18 DFL cordless impact driver, which I love. I was doing a little bit of heavy drilling, and now the drill bit is stuck. The sleeve extends as if to release the bit, but the bit do

My guess is that the bit twisted a little in the bit holder so the steel ball is bound. If the collar moves you could try a slide puller on the bit and see if you can impact it out with the slide puller. Or you could take the bit holder apart. There is a retaining ring that holds it all together right on top. Pull that off and a washer, spring and the collar will come off. Becarefull to watch for the steel balls on the spindle. They WILL fall out! Now hopefully the bit will come out. If not it may need to be twisted in the oposite direction that it got stuck when you were using it to break it free. Hope that helps and good luck!

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SOURCE: how do i put in a drill bit in ryobi 500w impact driver

hold the black part of the chuck with one hand and turn on drill with a bump and the chuck will open. then insert bit. if you feel chuck not open reverse the switch and it will open.

Posted on Feb 01, 2015

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