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How do you put a dewalt dc920 drill back in the case

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: dewalt dc920 repair instructions chuck

To remove the chuck on your drill follow the instructions for the type of drill chuck you have:
Instructions for removing a keyed chuck
Most reversing drills have a left hand threaded screw located inside the bottom of the chuck.
1.) If the unit has this screw place the chuck key, with the chuck facing toward you, into one of the holes on the right side of the chuck. Strike the key in a clockwise direction with a wooden mallet or similar object. This will loosen the screw inside the chuck.
2.) Open chuck jaws fully. Insert screwdriver into the bottom of the chuck to engage screw head. Remove screw by turning clockwise this is a left-hand screw.
3.) With the chuck facing toward you place the key into one of the holes on the left side of the chuck. Using a wooden mallet or similar object, strike the key sharply in a counter-clockwise direction. This will loosen the chuck so that it may be unscrewed by hand.
There is no way to stop the motor from turning.
It may require several attempts to loosen the chuck
Instructions for removing a keyless chuck
Most reversing drills have a left hand threaded screw located inside the bottom of the chuck.
1.) If the unit has this screw open chuck jaws fully. Insert screwdriver into the bottom of the chuck to engage screw head. Remove screw by turning clockwise this is a left-hand screw.
2.) Insert the short end of a 1/4" or larger hex Allen wrench into the chuck and tighten. Facing the tool strike the long end of the hex wrench sharply counter clockwise as it is a standard right hand thread. This will loosen the chuck so that it may be unscrewed by hand.
There is no way to stop the motor from turning.
It may require several attempts to loosen the chuck

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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SOURCE: dewalt 18volt drill xrp dc988 in pieces

If you are in the U.K. go here fore tech help and service dealer locator etc https://service.toolcommerce.com/products/HomePage.aspx?BrandId=2&language=en-GB&country=GB
If you are elsewhere go to www.dewalt.com and you can navigate to other countries etc from there.

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

rowdy45176

David Ford

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SOURCE: looking for repair manual for Dewalt DW87 cordless drill

Go to Dewaltservicenet.com and type in your model number in the middle of the page at the bottom. From there you should be able to download a schematic and some of the parts are component parts and don't have a lot of replacement items. It sounds like you broke the clutch or gearcase and both are components.

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Dewalt Drill DC728. Chuck came out of drill body

If you find that the end of the screw inside the chuck is actually broke then you have a gear problem inside your drill. This is actually a very common problem. Sometimes people push too hard on their drills and the gears inside wear out and break. This prevent the motor from wearing out, but, the gears have to be replaced.
If it is the gears and not the chuck. you broke the minimium of the front gear or gears inside your drill. YOU CANNNOT repair gears. they need to be replaced. you may be able to find some off brand gears to work but, you run the risk that they are not as strong as your original ones, or may not be exactly grooved correctly.
so, if replacing your chuck does not work. find replacement gears. IF you cannot find the gears from the manufacturer see about replacing your drill.
If the chuck is still good, keep it. If you buy the same model, keep your old drill for replacement parts, ie, switch, armature, cord, etc.
hope this helps somewhat.

Posted on Jun 11, 2009

rowdy45176

David Ford

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SOURCE: how to put my drill back together

I would recommend going to Dewaltservicenet.com and typing in your model number to get a parts explosion. If you get that and still have problems let me know along with the model number and I will try and help

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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