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Put drill in revcerse and the chuck comes loose dropping the bit out

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Yup, that is what happens. You can lessen that by really cranking it down, but it is an issue with most hand tightened chucks, and does not indicate a mechanical failure. I sometimes miss my old, heavy Milwaukee wrist-breaker with the keyed chuck. If it is just too much to live with, you could get a drill with the click in hex chuck or put a Jacobs keyed chuck on your hammer drill.
Anyway, I hear where you are coming from and share your frustration.
Regards, Farmerbear

Posted on Sep 09, 2010

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