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Ryobi rpd500 drill chuck change

Discussion in 'Tools and Materials' started by John459, 28 May 2019.

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    How do I do it please?
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    Doesn’t work when the reason I am changing it is because the jaws are locked and won’t tighten
     
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    How wide are the jaws at the moment, ..are they wide enough to tap a decent size key between them?
    Failing that, a stillsons where theres not a loose sleeve?
     
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    Spray and soak with WD40 then tap with hammer to release .
     
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    I missed that bit for some reason. Oh, you didn't tell us. :rolleyes:
     
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    I wonder if they're jammed because they've been allowed to go rusty, or because they've become choked with cement dust or similar.
     
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