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How do we get the chuck to stay on, has 4 ball bearings and slots but won"t stay in place.

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You twist the chuck counter clock wise while pushing down on it. It will not go on if you rotate it clockwise. Must be COUNTER CLOCKWISE. If this doesn't work then the bit sleeve in the chuck is worn too much and needs repalced. You remove the chuck by rotating counter clockwise and pulling up on it.

Posted on Apr 21, 2011


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