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I have a 6011d cordless Iam trying to remove the chuck appearantly someone has tried removing and the allen capscrew is damaged . Would anyone have a solution for removing the screw?

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You could try a screw extractor, the only problem is this may likely be a reverse threaded screw (probably why it was damaged in the first place) Try and jam(gently sort of) in a bigger hex wrench If it is beyond a hex wrench you could try to drill it out with a slightly bigger bit then the hex socket, but only drill down a little bit further then the socket hole originally was. Don't drill into the shaft of the screw. then try to screw a sheet metal screw into the hole. You want it to be big enough so it binds to the sides of the hole. Then as you tighten the screw you may loosen the hex screw.

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