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Chuck no tighting properly

Chuck not tighting properly

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Hi, In my experience when the keyless chuck is sticky , it is because of some substance or debris that has gotten into the mechanism. I have used air presure, and I have used copious amounts of WD 40 . to flush it out and lubricate the workings. Running it fully in both directions several times and flushing in between.
Or it has become damaged, and needs replacement ,..

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