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The chuck is held onto the shaft with a Philips screw. Open the chuck, insert the screwdriver and turn CLOCKWISE to loosen the screw. The chuck will still be connected to the outer thread on the shaft. Slide the drill direction slider to the middle position to lock the motor. Put an Allen key in and close the chuck around it. You will now be able to use that to twist the chuck off.
The chuck is screwed onto the drive shaft (ie. right hand thread). insert the chuck key into the chuck and tap the chuck key with a hammer so it unscrews in an anti-clock direction to loosen the chuck off the drive shaft.
Set the drill to reverse. Hold the chuck, press the trigger and open the drills chuck to it wide open position. Now,, take the correct size allen wrench and insert it into the back of the chuck to remove the screw. Turn the screw clockwise to remove it. Notice I said clockwise, just the opposite of what you might think. Hold the chuck with your hand or a pair of large vise grips and press the trigger to unscrew the chuck from the drill. Rotate it counterclockwise to remove it from the drill. Reverse the procedure to install the new chuck.
Take digital photos when taking the front metal gear box off the drill. Next carefully remove the two plastic halves of the drill if needed to gain access to the shaft that holds the chuck.
Replace the broken threaded metal part that the chuck screws onto.
Normally chuck replacement involves unscrewing the small screw deep inside the chuck on a metal shaft has a left hand thread. Next use a large allen wrench tightened in the chuck with a mallet to loosen the bad chuck. Reverse to install new chuck.
The dc925 and the current model dcd950 along with several other models of Dewalt 's line of cordless hammer drills DO NOT have a screw inside removal requires a CHUCK REMOVAL FIXTURE part # 233804-40 also you can't use a generic replacement chuck. As of 2/2/2010 the prices on the Dewaltservicenet web site are $72.74 for the tool and $69.70 for the chuck, part # 330075-90.
Hello Mike-To remove the old chuck, you'
ll need to open the jaws all the way and l;ook inside the chuck for a screw that holds the chuck onto the motor shaft. That screw has a reverse thread which means that you'll need to hold the chuck tight while using a screwdriver to turn the screw in the forward direction. After the screw is removed, p[lace a large allen wrench into the chuck and tighten it. Then using a hammer handle, rap the allen wrench in the reverse direction for removal. Then call Alltrade Tools @ 1-800-423-3598, give them your model number so they can provide you with a replacement chuck.
Your chuck is held onto the motor shaft by a screw located inside the chuck. This screw has loosened and requires tightening. This screw has reverse threads and in order to tighten it, you need to turn the screw in the opposite direction or in oither words, in the reverse direction.
The chuck is held onto the drive shaft via screw located inside the chuck. The screw has reverse threads and sometimes the screw gets loose restrictinhg the chuck tightening. Turn the chuck to loosen and tighten the screw as though you were removing a normal screw. Good luck