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Chuck is stuck , can't get it unlock to tighten around a new bit

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Could be a dying battery making it not be able to open itself cuz theres not enough juice, try charging the battery and do it or get some wd-40 and spray it around the chuck and let it drip over the bit into it.

Posted on May 19, 2011

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