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Changing drill bits

I miss placed my manual and can't remember how to change the drill bits. Your help would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance, Anne.

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If its a three jaw chuck l must either have knurled diameter across two parts just behind where the bit fits if so then twist the two parts in opposite directions.

Otherwise if there is a small hole near a circular rack then you will need the appropriate sized chuck key which will do the same job.

Hope this helps.

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