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It should pull right off try using a flat bar to help coax it off the shaft.

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Set the drill to reverse. Hold the chuck, press the trigger and open the drills chuck to it wide open position. Now,, take the correct size allen wrench and insert it into the back of the chuck to remove the screw. Turn the screw clockwise to remove it. Notice I said clockwise, just the opposite of what you might think. Hold the chuck with your hand or a pair of large vise grips and press the trigger to unscrew the chuck from the drill. Rotate it counterclockwise to remove it from the drill. Reverse the procedure to install the new chuck.

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The chuck is screwed on with RH threads. Lock the shaft and insert your chuck key into one of the key holes. using a plastic or wooden mallet give it a sharp tap in the right direction, this should free it up so that you can remove it. When you reinstall the new chuck us the same method to tighten the new chuck.

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you have three jaws in your chuck, one of them will probably have a small burr on it causing it to stick.

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tap the chuck with a small hammer then try to use the chuck key gently in the opposite key hole to the hammer blows. turn chuck though 120degrees and repeat.

if this does not work chucks are fairly universal and easily replaced (i would recommend a keyless jacobs). you can get the old one off by removing the ph2 (phillips) machine screw inside the centre of the chuck... be careful!! this screw is usually soft and counter threaded... when screw removed bash off the chuck with a hammer and cold chisel...

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Hi there, the chuck will screw onto the spindle of the drill but there is also a screw to undo. Open the chuch out fully then look down the centre of the chuck and you will find a philips head. The thread on the screw is opposite to the normail way so instead of undoing to the left, undo to the right.there should be threadlock on the screw so may be abit tough for the first turn. Once removed a strong pair of grips and a good tug should then remove the old chuck, some are more orqard than others to remove so just keep trying.

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I have a very old 3/8'' elecric drill, I think it ia a Skil, The key chuck does not work properly and I want to replace it. How do I remove the old chuck?


If it's anything like their other drills, there is a safety screw with left-hand threads inside chuck.

  1. Turn it clockwise until loose.
  2. Then insert the short arm of a 3/8" hex wrench and tighten.
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Open chuck jaws all the way open you should see a screw or a allen screw inside the chuck, remove the screw an voila off comes the chuck. You may have to rap it with a mallet ot a piece of wood if the drill is real old.

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I have a thor electric drill. I am unable to remove the chuck on the drill. can you help?


Open up the old chuck all the way and there is a screw down in the middle of the chuck, unless it is missing. The screw is left-handed threads. Remove the screw. Take a large allen wrench. Tighten down in the old chuck. The chuck is right handed threads. Lay the tool down on its side. Take a hammer and hit the other end of the allen wrench several times until the chuck comes off (some of them are on very tight). If it doesn't come off, then spray WD-40 down inside the chuck and let it sit overnight or for a few hours and then try it again.
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