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How to change a nozzel

Can someone help i need to change the nozzle head , am not sure if am missing a part to change the head , i need to use it to drill screw screws in a floor but it seems as if i can't fit the screw head into the hole? help i don't know what am doing here

the product isn't located on the product list but this is it its a dewalt dw106 (10mm)VSR drill

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  • pokerking Aug 08, 2008

    i have a dewalt dw510 hammer drill 12inch corded drill and i cant figure out how to change the chuck i pulled the screw out of the center and i cant unscrew the chuck do i need to tap the center with an allen wrench or something because the chuck looks as if its supposed to unscrew but i cant hold the drive still and unscrew it at the same time

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Dw106.this model don't have chuck screw. chuck are loctite to the shaft. see dewaltservicenet for breakdown. at the left side enter the model in to the box then search

Posted on May 30, 2008

To change the chuck you must remove the screw inside chuck by turning clockwise as it is cross threaded then place an allen key in chuck tighten and hit several times with hammer till chuck lossens

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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