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I HAVE SNAPPED THE SCREW THAT HOLDS THE CHUCK ONTO THE DRIVE SHAFT CAN IT BE FIXED AND WHERE CAN I GET IT FIXED

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It might be fixable but that is very tentative.... go to lowes they might be able to fix it

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