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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: inserting new drill bit
Assuming that it is this drill:
You will need a chuck key - hopefully you have that with the drill. It's a little t-shaped bar with a cog on one end. You put it into the holes in the chuck (the part at the end which grps the bit) and turn anti-clockwise to open the jaws. Place a bit in the centre and then turn it clockwise to tighten. Tighten the bit using each of the three holes in the chuck and make sure you remove the chuck key before you use the drill - keep it safe!
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
I use a dremel with a sharpening stone, if u don't have one you can also use a power drill with a small sanding disk (1 inch) and course sand paper (30 or 40 grit). or you can use a bastard file. its too tight to use any kind of angle guide so just take your time and do it by eye. it shouldn't take much to get them sharp enough to do the job, over-sharpening is unnecessary and dangerous, and will make the blades dull faster. sharpen all the free blades, top and bottom, then start the trimmers to advance the blades to free up the sides you couldn't get. i use a light penetrating oil to clean the blades first, then lithium grease spray to lubricate.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: Black & Decker model 4300 manual
Here's a link to a downloadable .pdf manual for your sharpener that will give you pages and pages of instructions to make those dull bits history.
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Posted on May 27, 2009
give a good coating of oil then clamp chuck in a bench vice or alike and using short bursts with it set in the forward direction to free the chuck
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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