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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Keyless chuck question
this 2 chuck are 3/8 jaw opening,double sleeve u can hold the chuck will opening it at the sametime.the sinlge sleeve u have to runs the drill while running slow rev/for to remove the bit etc.
i prefer metal sleeve.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Replacing the chuck on a drill is simple when you know the trick. I worked at a tool rental center while attending college and learned how to repair many tools. Open the chuck enough to remove the screw that you will see inside the chuck. It will most likely be reverse thread. The chuck is threaded on the shaft so just simply close the chuck on an allen socket and impact off with air or electric impact tool. If you do not have an impact tool close the chuck on-to the largest allen wrench that will fit into the chuck.(with the long part of the allen wrench projecting out) You will need to set the drill into a vise or strap to work-bench, then strike allen with hammer. Most chucks are removed with one quick impact of the hammer, counter clockwise. Do not squeese the drill too tightly with vise, we used a piece of leather to protect the drill. Good luck. Enjoy
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
SOURCE: chuck change
After removing the screw and inserting the allen wrench shift the drill to the LOW position and turn the clutch to the drill only position. Use an allen wrench about the size of the chuck capacity so that it will not flex when hitting it with a mallet. Sometimes they are stubborn because of the torque but this should work. Put the allen wrench at about a 30deg angle and hit the wrench. I support the chuck on a workbench or a block of wood will do fine. The chuck has standard threads.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
SOURCE: changing a drill chuck
If this is a cordless drill open chuck jaws and remove the retaining screw (LH trheads), switch the clutch to drill only and shift gear selector to low. Insert a bent handle allen wrench about the same size as chuck (to keep from flexing) put chuck on workbench or block of wood and have the wrench about 30 degrees and strike the key counterclockwise to remove. You might have to hit a couple times but usually they will loosen up quickly. To install just reverse above. Let me know if I can help further.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
Copy the entire address below, paste it in the address box. It will take you to the Kraft tech 3.6v cordless screwdriver web page. From there you can order a new charger It is listed under replacment parts. I think it lists for $3.38.
You could also take it to Radio Shack and they might be able to fix you up with a universal charger.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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