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Chuck won't loosen to remove a bit. Is there another way to loosen the chuck on this drill?

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The chuck consists of two parts. Hold the rear of the chuck tightly with your right hand. Take the front of the chuck and turn it C CW as seen from the front of the drill. Hold every thing tight and with a little effort or a lot of effort, the chuck should open up.

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I've adviced you to spray some penetrating oil on the chuck to help it loosen. Allow it to penetrate for a minute. There are some good brands of penetrating oil on the market like the WD-40. Buy it on your local hardware store. It is also available on some autosupply.

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To remove the chuck on your drill follow the instructions for the type of drill chuck you have:
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Most reversing drills have a left hand threaded screw located inside the bottom of the chuck.
1.) If the unit has this screw place the chuck key, with the chuck facing toward you, into one of the holes on the right side of the chuck. Strike the key in a clockwise direction with a wooden mallet or similar object. This will loosen the screw inside the chuck.
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3.) With the chuck facing toward you place the key into one of the holes on the left side of the chuck. Using a wooden mallet or similar object, strike the key sharply in a counter-clockwise direction. This will loosen the chuck so that it may be unscrewed by hand.
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2.) Insert the short end of a 1/4" or larger hex Allen wrench into the chuck and tighten. Facing the tool strike the long end of the hex wrench sharply counter clockwise as it is a standard right hand thread. This will loosen the chuck so that it may be unscrewed by hand.
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