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Makita DHR242

Makita DHR242

5.0 from 1 review




HandymanSE Melbourne

  • 6 reviews
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Date PurchasedFeb 2017

Questions & Answers

John mills

John millsasked

Having a problem with the chuck keeping the sds drill.bits in whilst drilling. Any help?

1 answer

There may be several reasons for this.
Does this happen with all bits or only one or two? On the shank of the drill there should be two slots that extend to the end of the drill and also two grooves that do not. It is possible that if you have a bit where the grooves also extend to the end of the bit then the chuck will not be able to keep it in.
Another possibility is that when you are inserting the bit that it is not going in properly. Just rotate the bit about 90 degrees and it should then seat.
If you are still having problems, please provide more details or visit a tool repair shop.

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