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Craftsman Model #315.271690 3/8 Professional Electric Drill (corded). What are the specifications (dia, threads per inch, etc.) of the left hand thread machine screw that holds the chuck on. The Sears part # is 616478-003.

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How do you remove the chuck from a Craftsman Model #315.11441 3/8 vsr corded drill? Am trying to remove the chuck but I believe there is some type of a set screw or locking mechanism that needs to be undone. I can see a slotted screw head in the chuck Looking straight down on it but it is very tight and I don't want to break it or a screwdriver forcing it. Thanks for input. Bob

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