1. Remove the interior chuck screw using a T15 Torx Screwdriver The chuck screw is reverse threaded, which means you will need to unscrew it counterclockwise. The chuck screw is reverse threaded, which means you will need to unscrew it counterclockwise.
    • Remove the interior chuck screw using a T15 Torx Screwdriver

    • The chuck screw is reverse threaded, which means you will need to unscrew it counterclockwise.

  2. Insert the Allen wrench into the chuck and turn clockwise to tighten the wrench.
    • Insert the Allen wrench into the chuck and turn clockwise to tighten the wrench.

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  4. Hit the Allen wrench with a mallet or hammer to loosen and remove the chuck.
    • Hit the Allen wrench with a mallet or hammer to loosen and remove the chuck.

    • Hit the Allen wrench from above. Chuck loosens clockwise.

  5. Remove the chuck from the drill.
    • Remove the chuck from the drill.

    • Check chuck and chuck mount for damages or debris.

    • If replacing chuck, attach new chuck and check functionality.

    • If clearing debris from a jam, make sure chuck mount is clear before reaataching the chuck and checking functionality.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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3 Comments

If Allen wrench loosens the truck clockwise as written wouldn’t you be hitting it the other way ? Not sure if I’m not understanding correctly or reading something wrong. Thank you

Jan M - Reply

I agree with Jan. This does not make sense to me and i have been twisting this stupid thing for 3 days.

Bridgette Elliott - Reply

Your comment ‘The chuck screw is reverse threaded, which means you will need to unscrew it counterclockwise. ‘ is nonsense.

A normal screw is counterclockwise to unscrew.

What you meant to say was

‘The chuck screw is reverse threaded, which means you will need to unscrew it clockwise. ‘

You might also like to add the the screw is often coated with loctite and very difficult to remove. A high quality tool and plenty of force may be required to remove this screw.

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