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I have a B & D Professional 1965 and need to take off the chuck. I have taken out the screw from the centre of the chuck but no still not able to remove it. Please help. Thank you

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U probuly got sumthin jammed in side it such as a piece of wood to metel sheres (that could be a real pain in the ***) u sho really assemble it and take it out then if dat never did it talk to the manufacter.

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