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DW929 DW989. Worked great until I tried to change out the spindle and chuch assembly. Now it turns but won't hold the torque. It's obviously put together worng. Was wondering if ther was a schematic I could look at? Thanks, Philip

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    Turns out a small metal piece that goes on the end of the tension pin got misplaced when I disassembled it. I have since found it and now the drill works great. Thanks

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Breakdown are available at dewaltservicenet.com or
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Did you replaced the clutch in assy if yes the problem is the transmission possible the tension pin is missing

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Contact a Dewalt repair center to get help with the proper assembly.

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