Open the old chuck all the way .. look inside .. you should see a screw
(it will be a left hand thread) .. remove this screw .. close the chuck
on the short arm of the biggest allen wrench that will fit .. smack the
long arm of the wrench with a block of wood or a hammer handle (the
chuck is a standard right hand thread) .. should spin right off .. .. ..
reverse the procedure to install the new chuck.
D Moss wrote:
I AM NOT PARANOID .. .. .. but EVERYONE thinks I am !! !! !!
<<<__ Bob __>>>
Don't know that model but I have come across similar cases, chuck won't
move, etc. Look down inside the chuck for a screw which goes into the end of
the drill shaft. If there's one there it's a good chance it's a left hand
thread. Undo that screw and the chuck will screw off the shaft on a right
I'm not familiar with the DW100, but many drill presses have a chuck
that fits onto a tapered quill. For this type there is usually a slot
in the quill where you can fit a thin wedge to force the old chuck
If it's a screw mounted chuck, you can usually fit the key into the
chuck and whack it with a plastic hammer to start it loose. Some
chucks have a screw inside that is reached through the chuck jaws.
These tapers come in several sizes so I hope the ebay chuck is the
same taper/threads as yours.
On 23 Dec 2003 20:33:58 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (D Moss) wrote:
Damn, I love my keyless chuck...hasn't let me down in 3 years.
Another example of chocolate, vanilla or strawberry...
If they were that bad,they would have been put out of business years
IMHO of course.
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