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Bit will not lock into chuck. Ball inside chuck is stuck in "in" position, Bit slides all the way in and out w/o engaging the ball.

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Open locking sleeve, clean the inside with a good "rust type cleaner" WD40 if you can't find anything else, let it sit overnight, I suggest doing this 2 or 3 times, leave tool with drill end facing down. Clean out with small round wire brush, lubricate with white grease.

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