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How do I remove drill bit from chuck attachment?

Tool store couldn't figure it out either. Is it stuck? Malfunctioning? Attachment is for their cordless Impacts. 1/4" hex steel.

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Pull up (away from tool) on collar where bit enters tool, the bit should slide out easily; if not try tapping firmly (NOT HARD) on the bit with another bit or similiar object before or during pulling collar

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