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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are a couple of ways to try to free the bit from the drill chuck. But slow and steady is the key, don't hit anything too hard, so as to not damage the chuck in the process, nor break off the bit in the chuck.
You'll need to put the bit into a bench vise and reverse the drill slowly and carefully. Make sure the bit is tightly secured in the vise and that the drill won't spin your hand around and slam it into the bench when you pull the trigger.
As a last resort, you can try tapping the bit sideways, to get it loose. With chuck opened up all the way possible, gently tap the bit sideways. This should also free the bit, but be very careful not to snap the bit off in the chuck, or you'll have a worse situation trying to get a broken bit out of the chuck.
If none of these work, you can attempt to secure the stuck bit in the bench vise and try to tap the drill chuck using a hammer and a flat brass bar resting against the drill chuck, so you don't damage the chuck. Just tap the brass bar to drive the chuck free of the stuck bit. You have to watch the bit in the vise to make certain it's not slipping and that the chuck is getting free.
Hope you find this Very Helful and best regards!
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
The speed shift slider switch wasn't lined up correctly when the unit was reassembled.
Unfortunately, you going to need to repeat the disassemble/reassemble process once more.
I've been there. It doesn't take much to be out of alignment. Set everything to the lowest setting (clutch, speed) and take your time.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
call HILTI direct at 1-800-879-8000 and they can either give you the location of a local service center or buy from them direct. They have excellent customer service people.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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