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One of the three grips that hold the bit in, fell out. How do I put it back in.

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Is this a "key"? If so, put it in place with the drill pointing up and the key handle pointing level and towards you. A light tap with a hammer on the key handle should loosen it.
If it is a "manual grip", try putting the drill in reverse, and at low speed. Hold the drill handle with your right hand, and hold the grip firmly (really firmly) with your left hand, and squeeze the trigger. It should release the chuck. If it doesn't, try putting a pipe wrench on the grip.... gun facing away from you, wrench from the top, handle on right. gently tap on the wrench handle should loosen it.
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