Question about Dewalt DC920KA Heavy Duty Xrp 18V Cordless Drill/Driver
Open the chuck wide open and look inside. You will see a screw that may be phillips, flat blade, allen, or torx. On my 12 volt Dewalt it is a T20 Torx so yours should be the same or slightly larger. If it is Allen or Torx make sure you get the exact size. Take the wrench and remove the screw which may be very tight so give it some force. It has left handed threads and it will loosen when turned clockwise just the opposite of what you would think. Put the drill in low gear with the clutch set to drill. Now rap the drill in cloth and place it in a vise and tighten enough to hold it without crushing it. Be careful and do not tighten too tight. Take the biggest allen wrench you have and lock it in the chuck. Now take a hammer and give the end of the allen wrench a sharp tap to turn the chuck counterclockwise. It will come out and you can then replace it. If it does not come out with the first hit then hit it harder. Once it loosens up just screw the chuck off.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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