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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 9:25 am 
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I have just received a new BOSCH PSB1800 Li-2 power driver/drill. Something I have always wanted.

The drill came with a driver bit already installed. Checking it over I tried to remove the bit but it is stuck fast. The manual is

not much help indicating you twist the chuck to the right and the bit should come out....but it doesn't.

Can any member help me with this problem please?

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It's very unusual to get a drill straight from the box with a bit installed but anyway, if you grip it quite tightly and twist it should come out.
As far as I am aware there are no special tips to remove a bit, but after giving it a bit of welly and it still won't budge, return it and ask for a replacement.
The other thing you could try is to email Bosch and see what they have to say.

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did it come in a sealed box ??
what company was it from ??
wonder if its a return sent strait out without repair ??

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big-all wrote:
did it come in a sealed box ??
what company was it from ??
wonder if its a return sent strait out without repair ??


That's what I thought but was reluctant to say .

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Try grabbing the chuck, selecting reverse and blipping the motor. Probably best to wear a thick glove for grip.

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It was purchased from Amazon and the case was all sealed correctly.


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brannigan wrote:
It was purchased from Amazon and the case was all sealed correctly.

did it come in a correctly sealed bosch box
i have never had a drill delivered with a bit in the chuck as this would leave an empty space in the box where the bit should sit :dunno:

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