Pull the collar toward the body of the screwdriver with your fingers. Hold it against the front of the screwdriver. This releases the bit. Pull the bit out of the screwdriver.
How do I change the bit on my cordless screwdriver?
Hand loosen the grip. Other cordless screwdriver models, like the one in the picture, require the operator to grasp the round ridged tightener behind the bit tip and twist counter-clockwise until the clamps holding the bit tip in place are loosened enough to release it.
How do you get a drill bit out?
How to change the Drill bit using a Chuck Key
- Spread the jaws of the chuck. Once the wrench is in position on the drill, turn it counterclockwise. …
- Remove the bit. When the jaws are fully open, with your thumb and forefinger take the drill. …
- Place a new drill bit. …
- Retighten the chuck.
How do I change a screw bit?
Loosen the chuck.
Grasp the chuck with one hand while you hold the handle of the drill with your other hand. Twist the chuck counterclockwise to loosen it. Another option is to pull the trigger gently while holding the chuck. Loosening the chuck will open the jaws that clamp onto the drill bit.
What do you do when you strip the top of a screw?
Simply place part of the rubber band over the head of the screw. Insert your screwdriver into the rubber band. Turn the screwdriver clockwise to remove the stripped screw. Tip: You can use a piece of steel wool in the stripped head of a screw instead of a rubber band.
What can I use if I don’t have a chuck key?
Stick a screwdriver or hex wrench into one of the chuck key holes. Then use it as a fulcrum with a regular / flat screw driver to tighten or loosen the chuck. There’s probably a good chance this could harm your chuck if you do this regularly, but you need that hole NOW–new chucks can come later.