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The chuck wont tighten


The outer sheath of the chuck turns a thread on the back of the jaws in the chuck and it it is not tightening correctly then the jaw threads have been broken/cracked or the jaws have been stressed out of alignment and are not longer closing in a parallel manner. Best replace the chuck as they are generally not repairable.

Nov 08, 2012 | Black & Decker Compact Power Screwdriver

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Hi, Keyless chuck on my draper drill is jammed. How do i fix it?


I would use 2 pipe wrenches,put rags in the jaws and put the back wrench on a bench with the handle on the left side and the other on top of the chuck facing the same way as the other wrench.Now hold the top wrench and put enough pressure to keep the jaws locked.The wrenches should make a v.Tap the top wrench on the end of the handle.This will work for a chuck
that is jammed in the open position.Just reverse the wrenches to the other side for a closed chuck.You could use a vice and a pipe wrench.This works with chain lock vise grips.Use gloves and safety glasses.

May 11, 2011 | Garden

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I've just bought my b&d cordless 14v hammer drill but the instructions were just a few pictures. one of them was of an allum key in the chuck and hammer striking it but i dont want to damage the drill....


Hi. Try the drill at slow speed without any drill bit in the chuck. Look closely to see if the chuck wobbles off centre whilst holding the drill firmly. If it does then there is a good chance that the chuck is loose from the body. If it seems ok then next close the chuck (tighten it closed) to see if all the 3 jaws are lining up ok and open it again to see if the jaws retract back down the chuck smoothly. (jaws are the small parts inside the chuck that grip the drill bit) If the chuck it seems loose then you can use a long allan key to tighten it up which is inside the chuck. If the jaws do not operate properly then i would suggest taking the drill back to b&q for them to fix, or replace the tool as it should still be under warranty. Good luck

Jan 22, 2011 | Black & Decker Drills

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Drill chuck is frozen


You may try to put a thick soft metal pipe (aluminium or copper) over the drill bit (longer than the bit itself by ~10 mm) so it will touch the chuck's jaws, then GENTLY hit the other end of the pipe with a hammer several times, holding the pipe a bit askew, thus trying to disengage the jaws from the lock in their thread, and try to loosen the chuck after each series of hits. Just be careful with your fingers, and better hold the drill by the chuck while hammering it - so the hits won't go to the transmission unit (sorry for description - hope it's understandable, if not - ask for clafication from me)

Apr 26, 2010 | Makita 12 Volt Cordless Drill/Driver Kit

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How do I attach the drill bit to the chuck on a ss 120 drill


Well I couldn't find a pix of your drill so I will guess that it is a typical drill. You seem to be asking a very basic question so I will start will all the basic info I can think of.

First you have to know where the power trigger is to make it go.

2nd you have to know where the forward and reverse switch is.

Now with the switch in the forward position squeeze the trigger to make it go. Then gently grab the chuck with your hand while it is going and the center Jaws should close up and come out of the chuck.

Now with the switch in the reverse position squeeze the trigger to make it go. Then gently grab the chuck with your hand while it is going and the cetner Jaws should open up and go into the chuck to a maximum point

Open the jaws enough to put the drill in the jaws then put the switch in the forward position. Put the drill in the chuck, sqeeze the trigger to make it go, and hold the chuck so the jaws close on the drill. All while keeping the drill from falling out of the chuck.

When it closes on the drill and the drill is in straight then hold the chuck as tight as you can while squeezing the trigger to make the jaws close very tightly on the drill. If you have very tender hands you might want to use gloves.

To get the drill out put the switch in reverse, hold the chuck very tightly, and squeeze the trigger to open the jaws off of the drill.

Nov 28, 2009 | Black & Decker Drills

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Chuck jaws on Makita 8444D fell out


There is suppose to be a flat head Left hand thread chuck screw in there. It may have fallen out. You will not be able to put the jaws back into the chuck. You will have to replace the chuck with a new one. If you make sure that the chuck screw is not there you can remove the chuck with a couple of steps. Make sure the drill is in it's lowest gear. Use a strap wrench or some large vise grips on the chuck. If there is still one jaw in the chuck make sure it is all the way open and locking the collar to the chuck. The chuck will come off in the regular lefty loosey configuration. It may be stubborn. If this is the case, You may have to cut the collar off the chuck and use a pipe wrench. Or bring it to a professional to get it changed out.

Sep 23, 2009 | Makita 18 Volt Cordless Hammer Drill Kit ...

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Keyless chuck grip is stripped inside and the chuck is stuck in a tightened position. Can I get a replacement chuck grip and how do I get the chuck assembly off the drill, if that's necessary ?


second question first. No you cant just buy the grip, you have to buy a replacement chuck, shop around for best price, second you have to get the jaws opened up to remove, couple different ways, but first go to Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number for a parts explosion. Next if the grip is damaged can you put a pair of pliers on it and turn the collar to loosen it? the jaws have to be retracted to remove the chuck screw (LH threads), what you need to do now is put the drill in the drill only position and the tool in low range. Find a bent handle allen wrench and lock in the jaws, put the chuck on a bench or block of wood and wrench at about a 30 degree angle to strike it counter clockwise, you might have to hit a couple time but this will work. Let me know if I can help further.

Sep 07, 2009 | Dewalt Drills

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There is a little metal plate that is sticking out at the back of the chuck and opening and closing of the chuck has become very hard. I cannot find a schematic for this drill. I took the screw chuck off...


Place tool lightly in vice, place any allen wrench , L shaped type , with long end out of chuck, small end in chuck. clamp chuck jaws tight around end of wrench. With pipe or hammer, tap end of wrench counter clock wise.
These chucks are tight.

Jul 08, 2009 | Panasonic 15.6v Ni-mh Cordless Drill -...

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Dewalt dc925 chuck is stuck closerd with a hole saw bit in it can not loosen the chuck to removed the bit any ideas have tried a vice and have tried pliers will not come open


Try a little WD 40 into the jaws around the shank of the bit, if possible.
Otherwise, channel locks and a quick twist has been the only thing that's successful for me.
Good Luck!

Apr 07, 2009 | Dewalt DC925B Heavy Duty Xrp 18V Cordless...

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Keyless chuck problem


I had the locking screw come loose in the center and bottom of the chuck it has a left hand thread and is a torx head . It had backed out and prevented the chuck from closing.

Mar 14, 2008 | Dewalt 18 Volt Compact Drill Kit

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