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Hilti dd 130 chuck i need to know the correct proceed ure for removing it. from someone who has done this or direct me to the pdf repair manual in de or english thanks. Rob C

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Hi Rob. If you send me an email I can send you the full parts diagram (exploded view) pdf.
paul@wysehire.gi
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