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Releasing bit from tool bosch gsh11e hammer drill

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Grab the black plastic sleeve where the bit goes in and pull it back, and while you are pulling back the sleeve pull the bit out.

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

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How to disassemble a Bosch 11241 hammer drill.


This is a pretty complex tool to tear down, make sure you're up for it.
1) you need to remove the bit holder assembly (#21-30) by prying the rubber seal off on the end, sliding the sleeve off, removing the hog ring, and then the 2 pawls along with the remainder of the bit holder parts.
2) In the nose of the tool behind the bit holder is a large snap ring (#154) that must be removed.
3) Remove the screws on the gearcase cover on the top (#873) and remove the cover.
4) The entire barrel assembly will slide out of the nose (This is generally not easy)
5) Using an o-ring pick or small screwdriver through the holes on the side of the barrel you can reach another hog ring on the inside - once released you can push the striker and hammer out from the nose out toward the piston end.

I would install a service kit and fresh oil if you decide to open this up Bosch 11241EVS 0611241739 Rotary Hammer Parts

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This is a very easy fix - you have a quick change chuck on this tool. Turn the chuck counter-clockwise and pull it straight off - the new one goes on the same way. Quick Change Bit Chuck
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I have a hitiachi DH38ye drill and it won't accept the Bosch spline bits. they go in ok but the chuck won't lock. The drill accepts the hammer bits fine but won't accept the drill bits


you have me stumped on this one. The tool you have is a spline shank hammer and it should accept all standard spline bits and also hammer iron that is made for these. Is it possible that the Bosch bit has a burr on the splines not allowing it to lock? I have checked the Hitachi site and found no reason it would not work. I will continue checking though.

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if you have access to a vise I would lock the chisel in it and pull on the release collar and then take a dead blow hammer and "tap" on the drill to try and pull it away from the chisel.

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New bosch psb 550 re with hammer action. Hammer action does not seem to engage. even with 5mm bit progress is non existent. The bits were bosch masonary bits and I was drilling into concrete blocks


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Bosch - Rotary Hammer Model 11232EVS


This site does not have the manual for the exact model number you are seeking but several that are similar and may be helpful:
http://powertool.manualsonline.com/ex/thread/view/idThread/76898

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Bosch 11222EVSG hammer drill not turning


Couple things to look at, First is the selector in the hammer/rotation mode? Without a bit in it does the collar turn when in the rotation mode. Are you using the right bits for this tool. If yes to all of these I would look down the spindle and make sure that the pawl are in place (they lock to the bit for rotation) Let me know and we will dig deeper.

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Chuck came off of drill on a Bosch 11236VS hammer drill


Have you pulled the collar to release the pressure on the steel balls. Just pull the collar usually forward and slide on the shaft and then release and twist till it locks. Let me know if I can help further

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I order parts for my Bosch tools at WWW.toolpartsdirect.com. They have the parts lists also so it is easy to find what you need. Don't forget to order some bosch grease for your tool because you will need to carefully wash-out all the old grease with metal bits. Good luck with you repair. Enjoy

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