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My drill got oil in it and has stopped working. I have taken the 3 screws out of the back, but I cant seem to get the screw in the chuck out. any ideas?

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  • Krayl Nov 25, 2007

    Black and Decker 3/8" Drill
    No. 7190
    TYPE 1
    AMPS 3.0
    RPM 10-1200



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There is another screw hidden by the trigger. Unsnap the trigger from the handle.

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