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How to replace brushes on a 0234.1 1/2'' electric drill

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There are two plugs with slot for screw driver. open the plug remove old brush and put new ones.

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Brushes for 60610 drill

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Pull the brushes out - remove 3 screws holding gearcase to handle & remove gearcase with armature from handle.
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I want to know the steps needed to replace a 1/2" keyed chuck.on a Milwaukee 0234-6 Magnum Drill

they make a service fixture for that BUT if you can find a thin wall open end wrench that will fit behind the chuck on the hex of the spindle you can still do it. What you will need to do is remove the left hand chuck retaining screw, put the wrench or similar item over the hex and then put the chuck key in a hole that is about a 30 degree so that you can strike it counter clockwise to remove. That chuck is on tight and there no easy way to remove it like you can do on cordless items.

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