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The chuck is frozen on my 14,4 Black and Decker cordless drill. This is the second time that has happened with a Black and Decker drill so I assume it is a product defect. In use it was not that tightened and happened with normal use.

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Hi,

Yes, they are an inferior product. However you can replace the B & D chuck with a Jacobs chuck that will hold up and last for a long time!

Jacobs Chuck

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Posted on May 23, 2011

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