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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like u are using the wrong collet in the end of dremel the normally have a couple of different collets try changing it for a tighter one also make sure its in the right way
Posted on May 31, 2009
SOURCE: Screw in chuck is unknown size
this can be a problem if you have been using reversible drill bits in chuck as they tend to drill out screw head when drill bit jams if this has happened you may have to drill screw and use an easy out remember it will probable be a left hand thread
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
The dc925 and the current model dcd950 along with several other models of Dewalt 's line of cordless hammer drills DO NOT have a screw inside removal requires a CHUCK REMOVAL FIXTURE part #
233804-40 also you can't use a generic replacement chuck. As of 2/2/2010 the prices on the Dewaltservicenet web site are $72.74 for
the tool and $69.70 for the chuck, part # 330075-90.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
SOURCE: router bits
Mike, The fit is just a little more snug than you expect. The collet is springy, and will expand to fit your bits, even if they were oversize (which is very unlikely). Put on a leather glove and just push the shank of the bit into the collet. Do not try to file down the shank of your router bits, you will only make them run eccentric. You don't need to remove the collet. Just loosen the locking nut about a half turn after it is easy to turn. Good luck. Thanks for using FixYa. Al Kupchella
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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