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Chuck broken drill bit chuck is locked and will not open. is there a way to disassemble the chuck to free up the 3 teeth that hold the bits?

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Just happened to me. Oil the chuck and let it sit and soak. Very gently, put the dril into a vice to secure it. With a pair of adjustable pliers (somthing that you can get a good grip with) attempt to work the chuck free. It works but just be gentle so you dont break anything

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