Question about Dewalt & 14.4V Heavy Duty Xrp Drill/Driver Kit
Posted by Anonymous on
You can apply som light lubricant spray to the threads or to the inside of the chuck and see if that helps. If not it may be permanently damaged or corroded and you may need to replace it.
To replace get you replacement chuck first, then;
Open the chuck fully. Inside the center bottom of the chuck you will normally find a reverse threaded lock screw that you must first remove. If it is hard to loosen, you may need to heat it with a micro torch or a heat gun to make the thread lock compound slip. Then fasten the smaller end of an allen key firmly into the jaws of the chuck. Engage the low gear. Then hit the longer end rapidly with a hammer to unscrew the chuck by rotating it anti clockwise.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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