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How do I release the bit from my Hitachi cordless drill

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the chuck should be in two sections. hold the bottom section and twist the top section to the left to undo.

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SOURCE: Keyless Chick will not Release - Hitachi DS18DMR

It's best not to use the drill power and your hand to try and release. Or tighten for that matter.

Set the drill down, and try using both hands on the clutch.

If that don't work, try using vise-grips or channel locks.

If that don't work, whip out of the WD-40 and let soak and then try again.

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SOURCE: Hitachi Quick Release Drill problem

put a box end wrench 7/16 or a 3/8 over the bit. put the bit in a vise. Lightly tap the wrench with a hammer while holding the relase sleeve back. usually need 2 people. 1 to hold the drill and the sleeve and 1 to hold the wrench and hammer. try a little tranny fluid or wd40 in the chuck. don't use the painted bits. use onle the chrome ones

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you can use any brand of bit on the market,but you need to use the correct bit for the material you are trying to drill thru

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SOURCE: which drill bits for b&d cordless

You can use any brand drill bits yes.
Walmart sells a B&D set for about 15 dollars last I knew.

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