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I opened the chuck to the maximum width to put in a concrete paddle and now it won't close. Does it need oil or what?

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Hi, put some wd40 down it, or some crc,

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I have a DeWalt DW505 hammer drill. I was drilling into concrete and my bit came out. After several attempts to drill again, I noticed the drill chuck was not holding the bit. I opened the chuck all the...


Hi Ken, sadly it sounds like the chuck is past its best. The cogs inside the chuck have most probably worn. If you can get the chuck off try clamping it in a vice and use some pump pliers to undo it. Failing that you will need a new chuck which you may be able to get at a good diy store.

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I have just purchased a Makita 8391DWPETK 18V Cordless Combi Drill - how do i actually put a drill bit in? Do I need to take off the plastic ring?


The large black part of the chuck should turn left and right to extend (close) and retract (open) the three chuck teeth that hold the bit in place. Turn the chuck to open it far enough to get your bit fully in the chuck then turn it closed to hold the bit in. When the teeth make contact turn the chuck a bit further to get it tight enough that the bit won't slip. When you get used to it, sometimes it's easier to hold the chuck lightly and turn it by lightly squeezing the trigger to turn the chuck with the drill motor.

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I have a new chuck for the drill need to know how to take it off and put the new one in


Thank you for using FixYa. To change the chuck on your cordless drill, open the old chuck jaws to the maximum. Inside the chuck where it attatches to the drill body, there is a Philips headed bolt. Unscrew the bolt in a CLOCKWISE direction. Reverse this procedure to fit the new chuck.

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I can't remove the chuck bit from my hammer drill PBH 2000 re


This is normally easy procedure, just press chuck inward and turn clockwise, then retrieve.

This is same way as you will insert/remove your drill from the chuck.

If this method is unsuccessfull, plese rotate knob (close to chuck) anticlockwise till you go to position between chiseling and driling, as this is not lockable position, you need to hold knob in one hand and manipulate chuck with other hand.

This method is described in more detail in manual which comes with hammer-drill.

Hope this solve your problem, this is excellent tool and I always love to use it. Will handle drill up to 20mm in concrete and not even much vibration.

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I dont have the manel and need to no how to use it


The drill uses bits with the SDS+ connection end. You have three different modes of operation. Hammer drill for drilling into concrete. Drill only for drilling into wood or steel and chip only for chiseling concrete. Now for drill only you would have to change out the chuck for a jacolbs style.

The bits just snap in the chuck. To remove the bits you just slide the chuck sleeve back and remove the bit. To change the chuck you wolulld place the palm of your hand over the chuck and using your fingers pull the sleeve on the chuck that is near the red housing towards your palm and just pull off the chuck.It will snap back on the same way.

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How do I bleed the brakes?


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How do I attach the drill bit to the chuck on a ss 120 drill


Well I couldn't find a pix of your drill so I will guess that it is a typical drill. You seem to be asking a very basic question so I will start will all the basic info I can think of.

First you have to know where the power trigger is to make it go.

2nd you have to know where the forward and reverse switch is.

Now with the switch in the forward position squeeze the trigger to make it go. Then gently grab the chuck with your hand while it is going and the center Jaws should close up and come out of the chuck.

Now with the switch in the reverse position squeeze the trigger to make it go. Then gently grab the chuck with your hand while it is going and the cetner Jaws should open up and go into the chuck to a maximum point

Open the jaws enough to put the drill in the jaws then put the switch in the forward position. Put the drill in the chuck, sqeeze the trigger to make it go, and hold the chuck so the jaws close on the drill. All while keeping the drill from falling out of the chuck.

When it closes on the drill and the drill is in straight then hold the chuck as tight as you can while squeezing the trigger to make the jaws close very tightly on the drill. If you have very tender hands you might want to use gloves.

To get the drill out put the switch in reverse, hold the chuck very tightly, and squeeze the trigger to open the jaws off of the drill.

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Black & Decker 9.6V drill has ''stuck chuck''


put some oil in the chuck and see if you can free it up buy turning it back and forth let it set with the oil for a day or so to let the oil soak in.

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How i remove a dewalt drill chuck Model dc988


put the drill in speed setting 1 before you continue~!

Step 1. This step loosens the screw inside the chuck. Open the chuck all the way — if you see a screw inside, it’ll need to come out before you can remove the chuck. If there’s no screw inside, you can skip steps one and two.

Step 2. If there’s a screw inside the chuck, typically the threading will be left-handed, so turn it clockwise to remove it. Be careful, and use the right size screwdriver — you don’t want to strip the screw.
step-2.gif Step 3. Insert the largest hex key that you have into the chuck, short-side-in, and tighten the chuck. Tap the hex key sharply in a counterclockwise direction to loosen the chuck. Now you can remove it by hand.
step-3.gif This won’t work for every consumer drill ever made, but pretty close. Most drills will match one of two common chuck-threading standards: 3/8′-24 threaded mount for 3/8′-capacity drill chucks, and 1/2′-20 threaded mount for 1/2′-capacity drill chucks — but on some drills just the opposite may occur. To be safe, always check the thread count before you buy a replacement drill chuck.

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Keyless chuck is locked in open position


First thing i would do is look inside the keyless chuck. Use a flashlight if necesary. If the 3 sliders in the chuck are the same ditance from the front then it is just stuck. If they are not then the chuck is jacked and needs to be replaced. If they line up the same then the chuck may have been on a bit of a bind, and then had some contamination in it. Usually rust will happen in here if it is humid where you live. The next thing to do is spray a bit of WD-40 or equivelant into the open chuck. Next thing to do is to put the drill in gear to go forward. Put a leather glove on your left hand to hold the keyless chuck. Set the clutch to maximum. Put the drill in the lowest gear it has and hold the chuck with the gloved hand. Pull the trigger as much as you can hold it as if you were sinching it down on a bit. If it don't break free then give it a sharp whack with a piece of wood from the side. (Don't beat the thing to death. One whack should do.) Try again. When you get it free'd up and you are storing your drill in the future it is always a good idea to leave the keyless chuck opened somewhere between all the way open, and all the way shut.
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