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Clutch problem on drill??

When i push in the trigger on my cordless drill the motor turns but not the chuck...i am thinking my clutchs are bad?? is that expensive to replace...the drill is a Milwakee 14.4 model

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Or it could be as simple as it became loose, open the chuck all the way , look into the hole in the middle,, you'll see a screw head,, tighten it

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