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I need to remove the housing to repack the grease. I'm uncertain how to remove the chuck and selector switch do that the housing can be removed. Thanks

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Unplug tool first, to remove the chuck first remove the dust shield and under that you will find a retaining/spring ring. Remove the ring and then the washers, push down on the last washer to release the steel ball that locks the bit into place. Then to remove the selector (make note of the position) push the button in and rotate clockwise to the hammer only position, using a small screwdriver FULLY depress the button and turn PAST the hammer only and you will feel it unlock. Gently lift the selector from the housing, look at the spring inside the gearcase because it will have to be in that position upon reassembly, Remove the 4 torx screws holding the gearcase to the motor housing.

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