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I have an older Black and Decker KR650RE reversible hammer drill. I need to replace the chuck however the screw on the inside seems damaged. How can I remove the chuck. Any help much appreciated. Thanks! inside drill chuck

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Gently tap an old screwdriver in there and consider it may be a left-hand thread.

Worked for me in the past.

That damage is due to drill bits spinning in the past when not the chuck was not sufficiently tightened.

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  • also double-ended drill bits. can make a mess in there if they slip. – Jasen Apr 12 at 5:10
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I just had the same issue and a friend suggested holding a screwdriver on the screw and tapping it with a hammer. It took a few attempts but eventually it loosened enough I was able to unscrew it (with left-hand thread).

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