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Drill bits fall out of the chuck ,bosch 11236vs rotary hammer drill

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Yes, but you have to use an auxiliary 3 jaw chuck adapter and you do it.

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I order parts for my Bosch tools at WWW.toolpartsdirect.com. They have the parts lists also so it is easy to find what you need. Don't forget to order some bosch grease for your tool because you will need to carefully wash-out all the old grease with metal bits. Good luck with you repair. Enjoy

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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SOURCE: chuck came off of drill on a Bosch 11236VS hammer drill

Have you pulled the collar to release the pressure on the steel balls. Just pull the collar usually forward and slide on the shaft and then release and twist till it locks. Let me know if I can help further

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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SOURCE: The chuck has been pulled off. Whats the easiest

The chucks on the 11236 are designed to be removed, if you were not aware of this it may look like the tool has failed, it has not. To replace the chuck set the chuck back on the shaft of the tool, grip the outer collar of the chuck and rotate it counterclockwise while pushing down .The chuck will drop into a set of grooves on the shaft and lock there, give it a wiggle after to make sure its seated. Sometimes it takes a couple of tries to get it. To remove it just grip the collar turn counterclockwise and pull up, the chuck will come off.

Posted on Jan 07, 2011

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The bit wont lock in the drill, how do i fix this problem


This is a very easy fix - you have a quick change chuck on this tool. Turn the chuck counter-clockwise and pull it straight off - the new one goes on the same way. Quick Change Bit Chuck
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The chuck has been pulled off. Whats the easiest way to reinstall it on my Bosch 11236vs Hammer Drill?


The chucks on the 11236 are designed to be removed, if you were not aware of this it may look like the tool has failed, it has not. To replace the chuck set the chuck back on the shaft of the tool, grip the outer collar of the chuck and rotate it counterclockwise while pushing down .The chuck will drop into a set of grooves on the shaft and lock there, give it a wiggle after to make sure its seated. Sometimes it takes a couple of tries to get it. To remove it just grip the collar turn counterclockwise and pull up, the chuck will come off.

Nov 22, 2010 | Bosch 11236VS Rotary Hammer

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Bit will not lock into chuck. Ball inside chuck is stuck in "in" position, Bit slides all the way in and out w/o engaging the ball.


Open locking sleeve, clean the inside with a good "rust type cleaner" WD40 if you can't find anything else, let it sit overnight, I suggest doing this 2 or 3 times, leave tool with drill end facing down. Clean out with small round wire brush, lubricate with white grease.

Oct 08, 2010 | Bosch 11236VS Rotary Hammer

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Roto hammer works but leaks oil out the chuck


If you are getting leakage out the chuck end, the shaft seal needs replaced. You can get it done at a Bosch service center or get the seal and replace it yourself. Don't wait to long there is only a limited amount of lubricant in the tool.

Jul 27, 2010 | Bosch 11236VS Rotary Hammer

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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.


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.

Jul 08, 2010 | Bosch 11236VS Rotary Hammer

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BIT FALLS OUT/ WON'T TURN


try pulling the chuck back at the same time turning the bit while installing it should drop into place release the chuck,then make sure the lever just in front of the trigger is switched over to the rite side to use the hammer action.hope this helps

Jun 20, 2009 | Bosch 11236VS Rotary Hammer

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Chuck came off of drill on a Bosch 11236VS hammer drill


Have you pulled the collar to release the pressure on the steel balls. Just pull the collar usually forward and slide on the shaft and then release and twist till it locks. Let me know if I can help further

Jan 07, 2009 | Bosch 11236VS Rotary Hammer

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BOSCH 11236VS HELP ME WITH A PROBLEM


I order parts for my Bosch tools at WWW.toolpartsdirect.com. They have the parts lists also so it is easy to find what you need. Don't forget to order some bosch grease for your tool because you will need to carefully wash-out all the old grease with metal bits. Good luck with you repair. Enjoy

Nov 25, 2008 | Bosch 11236VS Rotary Hammer

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Chuck


Probably just the ball come adrift or worn. Depends on teh age of the drill. If you pry the end cap off the tool holder and remove the chuck sleeve you should be able to see the spring lock mechanism. There should be a ball held in place by a dished washer. The ball can come out and get lost so check that. If this is the case it should be very cheap to buy a new ball, and easy to replace. Just remember to lay the parts out in the order you remove them so it easier to re-assmemble them properly. If the ball has jsut dislodged and not fdallen out you should be able to refit it but may need to repalce the chuck as it in this case it is probably worn.

Nov 01, 2008 | Bosch 11236VS Rotary Hammer

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