Introduction

The chuck holds the drill bit in place—and if the chuck becomes broken, the drill serves no function. Use this guide to replace a damaged or broken chuck in the DeWalt DWD112.

Parts

No parts required.

  1. Remove seven TR20 Torx Security screws from the side of the drill.
    • Remove seven TR20 Torx Security screws from the side of the drill.

  2. Remove the top cover to reveal the inside of the drill.
    • Remove the top cover to reveal the inside of the drill.

    • Set the top cover of the drill aside.

    • Take note of the gears meshed together.

    • Grab the metal chuck by the rotating spindle as if you are to tighten in a drill bit.

    • Remove the chuck assembly from the drill.

Conclusion

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

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Or actually read the manual, and find you can use an allen wrench with no dissasembly at all.

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