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My craftman single sped rotart tool the chuck with

Mycraftman single sped rotary tool, the chuck with bit does not turn and the units run like it did before. What could be wrong?

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Do you have any kind of a clutch on this drive ? I may be in bewteen settings.
Please let me know

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Common issue with these, the plastic flex coupling is broken-
Replacement available for $2.57 from
http://www.searspartsdirect.com
Number: 2615294309
Category: Hardware and Tools
Weight: 0.18

Disassembly on my model involved the following:
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4>reverse the process to install a new bit

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First I would go to Makitatools.com and download a schematic for this tool. But it is pretty simple to remove the rubber dust shield and plastic collar to look for debris and proper movement in the chuck assembly. Make sure also that you are using the right SDS bits in tool. You should be able to push the bit into the collar and twist until it goes into and locks. Let me know and I will help further

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