I have a 1/2 inch 18v cordless. While under warantee I took it to a dewalt service center to have it worked on. They had to remove the chuck. Well after that, the chuck didn't want to stay on the drill. I would use the drill to put screws and lags in wood. The chuck would come off when backing screws out. So if you get the chuck off, better use super glue or something to keep it in place. Don't think there is a screw like most chucks to keep it on.
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