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The chuck on my Dewalt 18v hammer drill will not stay tight. it loosens whether I am in forward or reverse

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The chuck on my dewalt 18 volts hammer drill will not stay tight it loosenss whether i am in forward or reverse

Posted on Dec 05, 2010

  • nowell velasco Dec 05, 2010

    how can i repair or replace if ever

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First check whether you have the correct transmission setting for the bit you are using. This may affect the range over which the chuck operates and how it locks onto the bit. A conventional small-diameter drill bit may not work with a hammer drill setting. If the setting is correct, then either your hands aren't as strong as they used to be and you're not getting the chuck tight, or the chuck is worn and no longer has enough friction to hold.

Try this diagnostic: when you put a bit in, use a fine-tip felt marker to draw a line from the chuck collar (the part you turn to tighten or loosen) to the chuck baseplate. If the bit comes loose, check to see if the collar is still lined up at the same place relative to the baseplate. If it is, the chuck pieces are slipping inside; perhaps the transmission setting is incorrect for the bit chosen. If the collar has worked loose (the marks didn't stay lined up), the threading on the collar or the parts it engages could be worn.

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the Chuck should be 2 Part.

Use 2 pair of stillsons Or pipe wrenches, Tight On the 2 Chuck Parts, Crack in opposite Directions.

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Chucks ARE meant to stay tight.
You also use drill to UNSCREW THINGS.

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