Question about Bosch 13624 24V Cordless Hammer Drills
Remove the old one. check inside the throat of the chuck to see if it has a screw. if it does turn it left to right. if no screw good. take a very large allen wrench and place in chuck tighten it. place it on a flat surface, bench edge, where the chuck is free. lift the allen wrench up higher than level and take a large hammer and hit it down hard. this will break it loose from the spindle. when you go back with the new one put never seize or grease on it some it won't bind. next time you change it it will come off easier.
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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