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How do I change the bit on makita 6095d The drill bit is on right now and I simply want to change it to the phillips screwdriver bit. Thanks

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Have you opened up the chuck to remove the drill ? If not then you need to by holding the chuck tightly with your hand and then run the drill in reverse. hope this helps you

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