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Drill/driver Torque Adjustment Collar

My Dewalt drill/driver's torque adjustment collar won't turn to the last position; the position with the "drill bit" icon. All the other torque settings seem to be ok. Is the clutch broken?
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SOURCE: Black & Decker 9.6V drill has ''stuck chuck''

put some oil in the chuck and see if you can free it up buy turning it back and forth let it set with the oil for a day or so to let the oil soak in.

Posted on Nov 06, 2009

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