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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2015 11:57 am 
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I just went to use my DC 725 18volt drill and it is stuck on the hammer action. I can rotate the clutch collar but it's not coming off the hammer action.
Can I fix this or does it need to off for repair??


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:dunno: about Dewalt, but I had a similar problem with another drill-driver that sometimes stuck on hammer, I found that by changing to high from low or vice versa whilst simultaneously twisting off hammer action worked for me...

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try pulling the chuck forward before turning the ring
if the chuck sits back the ring can't disengage

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