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Usually: there is a screw inside the chuck with reversal thread. Unscrew it in clockwise direction. Once done, lock bigger allen wrench into chuck and hit the wrench with rubber hammer in counter clockwise direction. If your drill does not have spindle lock you can use Open Ended Wrench (between chuck and body) to lock spindle and then hit the allen wrench. Regards, Juraj

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