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Can't pull bit out of chuck. This problem has gotten gradually worse. the bit that is stuck is short - so that it is almost impossible to grasp. Have done all the obvious maneuvers.

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Spray and soak with a common rust dissolver available from your local automotive place. Let it set overnight. In the morning, invert the drill and clean it with seltzer water (lemon or lime flavored). This cleans off the corrosion. Then, put a few drops of WD40 in there, and crank that baby off. Worked for me in the past... hope it works for you.
Or try this... you MUST be able to get a good grip on the shaft behind the attached chuck . Obtain a very thin generic 11/16 flat wrench then clamp the generic 11/16 wrench in a bench vise, stuck it in between the shaft and the chuck (with the shaft nut resting securely in the wrench jaws), and then use a monster pipe wrench on the *inner* chuck ring (the one with the 3 holes for the chuck key, not the geared ring). After a bit of (literally) wrenching on it with the pipe wrench, it should finally came loose.
Or apply heat and cool do this a couple of times and then it may come free.

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