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I think its a bad chuck unsure though

When u hold the chuck it makes a grinding sound and it doesnt lock tight it keeps spinning

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    please help thank you

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Yeah you have a bad chuck. there is a screw inside the receiver of the chuck if you remove this screw the chuck will come off. Reverse this procedure to re install the new chuck.

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