Question about Bosch Drills
What you can try is to spray penetrating fluid on the chuck collar, jaws. Next if you have a GOOD pair of gloves hold the collar and then using the drill motor try and loosen the chuck. If you have a vise with a pair of soft jaws without clamping too tight you can try the same thing. The main purpose is to let the drill torque loosen the chuck collar to release the bit.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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