Question about Clarke Power Products Clarke 16-Speed Drill Press with Laser Centering Device # BT102
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can get a universal chuck key at Home Depot, Lowes and many other tool outlets. They have 4 different keys in one.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
you should be able to look in the phone book under tools repair find one locally, on the chuck you have it should give you some number like 33BA or 2 Jacobs, you will need this information to make sure that you get the right one, I would try and find a Jacobs chuck for this, they make the better ones, I have used them as replacements for 26 years and the companies that I worked for prefer them. Let me know if you have trouble finding one and I would need that information also.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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You don't have a lot of options. The manual is not listed here:
(Clarke International.... there is not any other manufacturer website)
Try contacting Clarke here:
http://www.clarkeservice.co.uk/contact_clarke.shtml and request an owner's manual / users guide.
I searched every retailer that had the product listed for a downloadable manual. (no joy after 90 mins)
If you purchased it locally and there is another CLA-BT1029 model around I would ask for a copy of the manual. I understand now why you came to FixYa for help. The manual just is not out there in .pdf format.
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
SOURCE: WHEN DRILLING UNDER LOAD, THE
it needs to be reseated and to do that you will need to clean the shaft and the internal portion of the chuck with something like brake clean and use a paper towel to wipe off the residue, then move the table out of the way and get a block of wood and hammer, retract the jaws fully and position the chuck and put the block of wood under it and strike it with a hammer a couple times this should take care of your problem
Posted on Sep 02, 2011
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