I don't know whether it's the screw you're having troubles with or
the chuck. If it's the screw then just hold the fixed ring on the
chuck. If it's the chuck then I just put the motor in low gear
and give the chucked up allen wrench a real SHARP and solid whack
on the end with a ballpeen hammer. The shock "should" loosen the
chuck. If you can't get it loose after a couple of whacks then I
don't know what could be wrong.
On Jul 6, 2:31pm, Chris Heerschap wrote:
> Subject: Re: Removing a drill chuck
> email@example.com wrote:
> > On my Makita you would have to unscrew the screw at the bottom
> > of the chuck (NOTE: this is a left hand thread) and then do the
> > thing of chucking up an allen wrench and giving it a sharp wack.
> > The thread on the spindle is a right hand thread. I'm not sure
> > if the screw in the bottom of the chuck in mine is a TORX or not
> > but I removed it with an allen wrench.
> Okay, but when I've tried to unscrew it in the past, I just wind up
> turning the motor. Any suggestions on holding the shaft? ...or am I
> missing something?
> Chris Heerschap - UNIX Systems Mutilator/Postmaster
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