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Drill chuck stok in the thigt possition cant get the bit out ; cant make de chuck to open or close

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Sometimes this happens when you have a drill bit that slip. Take a pair of channel lock pliers, and try and turn the chuck counter clockwise. Do it sharply so the drill doesn't turn. IF that still doesn't work put the drill in reverse and try the channel locks again

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

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