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Dewalt dc926 hammerdrill chuck do not stay lock in reverse

My hammer drill works on forward but unlocks on revers

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  • 18volt Aug 10, 2008

    drill does not stay in lock position in reverse what may be the problem. in the forward position has no problem.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Using the hammerdrill to remove thinset from concrete, just goes around and around like a drill.What am I doing wrong?

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Chuck should be replaced to parts # 33007575 newer style.

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

  • mr aicnelav Aug 16, 2008

    ya that is right needs chuck

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