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I have a northern tool 155734 drill press the teeth on the chuck one of them is stuck so i cant tighten the bit

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How do I remove a stuck drill bit from a Makita keyless chuck accessory?


If the drill bit is stuck where it was inserted before tightening and, even if it broke off, put the chuck in a vice with some kind of cushioning to protect it from scratching, soak the whole assembly with wd 40 or similar, and, assuming that you can get a wrench, with some cushioning, on the part that holds the bit, see if you can't turn it. Some tools have tighteners which are made to turn opposite to what you might think so try it both ways.

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You have wound the threaded section of the jaws fast the thread in the case so sorry the chuck is broken as the teeth will be damaged. Best replace it with a new chuck

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How do you get a drill bit or screw driver bit out of a Cordless Drill? It has been left to me. VPX 1222. I dont know how to use a drill, never had one before.


If it has a key-less chuck, hold the skirt behind the chuck proper and turn the chuck clockwise with the drill point facing away from you. If it has a chick that has a ring of teeth macnined into the outer band, you need a key to release the bit in the chuck. Keys vary greatly and if you do not have one, you will need to take the drill to a hardware shop for them to supply you with the correct size and configuration key. If you do have a key. place it in one of the three holes in the front part of the chuck, engage the gear teeth and turn the key anti-clockwise to loosen off the chuck jaws and remove the bit. If you require any more information, feel free to approach me at any time. Please rate this answer to your question.

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I can not change the drill bit. Do I need another tool?


that depends on whether or not you have a keyed or keyless chuck. if you have a keyless chuck then you do not need another tool you must turn the chuck counter clockwise to loosen the chuck and replace the bit. if you have a keyed chuck then you will see three holes around the chuck of the drill ie the part that holds the bit. just below the holes you will see teeth spaced evenly around the drill. a chuck key allows you to put the end of the key in one of the holes and using the teeth you turn the chuck key thereby loosening the chuck and allowing you to change the bit. if you have a keyed chuck just take it to your local hardware store and they can provide you with the correct key and show you how to remove the bit. if your chuck is keyless the hold the chuck put the drill in reverse and pull the trigger use a glove to protect your hand

Feb 24, 2011 | Drills

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How to fix the bit


If your Makita matches the one on the picture, you will need a chuck key to attach a drill bit or tool to the machine's chuck. The chuck key inserts to any of the small holes in the front part of the chuck and at the same time its teeth interlocks with the teeth of the chuck. When turning the chuck key you will widen or loosen the grip of the three jaw pieces, that clamps to your tool or bit. Tighten the chuck key by hand until the chuck grips the bit securely. For safety, unplug the power cord whenever operating the chuck key on the chuck.

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How do I get the opening on the drill to close around the drill bit


Turn the "chuck" (the round part that the drill bit goes into) with your hand until it is snug, then use the chuck key to tighten it the rest of the way. The chuck key should be strapped to the cord of the drill. It looks like a gear and has a "T" handle for turning it. It fits into the gear teeth on the chuck.

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Bit stuck in drill


OK, try to grab the chuck tightener and loosen by pressing lightly on the drill throttle button in whichever direction it takes to undo the stuck in drill bit.

I do this all the time.

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How to fit drill bit to drill


it depends what chuck (the part the drill bit goes into) on the old ones you had a chuck key that slots into the hole on the side and connects to the teeth to tighten the chuck around the bit, keyless chucks are tightened by hand instead of the key and the SDS have a collar that pulls down, you have to turn the bit so it then slots in then just release the collar to fix it in place good luck!!!

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Never have used a keyless chuck b4- need to change bit, how do I do this? thanks


hi this should be reletively easy hold the end black bit with the sivler bit holde coming out not the black bit next to the yellow case on drill you hold the black part thats at end of drill by where the bit goes into not the black bit near the trigger hope i explain this ok.
Hold this bit tight then put drill in reverse then press trigger a couple of times it might be tight but shouldnt be that tight it wont undo.
1 put in reverse
2 hold black plastic piece near where drill bit goes into
3 press trigger few times
4 this should undo it allowing you to put a bit in
make sure its in reverse else you will just tighten it up more let me know if you need further assistance ok

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