20 Most Recent Dewalt DC925B Heavy Duty Xrp 18V Cordless Hammerdrill/Drill/Driver Bare Tool Questions & Answers

This sounds like your charger will most likely will need to be replaced, in this day in time most charger are throw aways.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Aug 19, 2016

Buy a new one the one you have is shot?

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Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Jul 20, 2016

Check first to see if there is a screw or allen head bolt deep down in the centre of the chuck, securing it against loosening due to vibration. The trouble is the head of such a screw often gets damaged, making it difficult to remove.

Then the chuck itself will be screwed onto the spindle with a RH thread, so it tightens in normal use. It may be very tight, so insert a tight fitting steel stub into the chuck key hole, and hit it sharply.

If it is a keyless chuck, there should be a slot there somewhere to fit a piece of metal into so you can hit it. Use a piece of soft steel or copper if you have it.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Nov 23, 2013

clutch is bad. can be repaired but ive always had a pro do it. bit spendy

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Oct 30, 2013

let dry completely . if any corrosion on pcb clean with contact cleaner from radio shack

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Jul 08, 2013

I had the same problem. I put the drill onto Hammer/Chisel action and it helped release the bit.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Jul 03, 2013

Try a little WD 40 into the jaws around the shank of the bit, if possible.
Otherwise, channel locks and a quick twist has been the only thing that's successful for me.
Good Luck!

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Jun 04, 2013

Open the chuck fully. Inside the center bottom of the chuck you will normally find a reverse threaded lock screw that you must first remove. If it is hard to loosen, you may need to heat it with a micro torch or a heat gun to make the thread lock compound slip. Then fasten the smaller end of an allen key firmly into the jaws of the chuck. Engage the low gear. Then hit the longer end rapidly with a hammer to unscrew the chuck by rotating it anti clockwise.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Dec 02, 2010

Remove the REVERSE-THREAD screw at the bottom of the chuck. Set the clutch collar to the highest setting, and set the gear to the slowest setting on the transmission. Remove the power source! Get the biggest allen wrench you can fit in the end of the chuck(the shortest leg) and tighten the chuck down around it, allowing the jaws to rest and tighten on the flats of the wrench. Lay the drill on its side(chuck toward you, handle to the left, and allen wrench to the left, horizontal to the deck. Then with a hammer(soft hammer if you care about the allen wrench) quickly and deliberately hit the allen wrench in an attempt to cause the allen wrench to spin counter clockwise. Let me know if this works for you!

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Nov 26, 2010


You will need to use an allen wrench and a hammer to remove it.
Here is a link that will explain with illustrations how to do this.


Hope this helps

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Oct 28, 2010

Take a phillips screw driver and stick it into one of the key holes. Then take a flat head screwdriver and stick in one of the slots. And prise against the phillips.

Or you can wrap a belt or strap around the chuck hold it tight, then put the drill in reverse and unscrew it.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on May 30, 2010

The torque settings are not tightly controlled so they are not all that repeatable from drill to drill. They also vary somewhat with the speed of the drill and the condition of the battery. And they aren't linear (a setting of 10 is not twice the 5 setting) Simplest thing to do for a rough idea is to use your hand to hold the chuck still to feel how much torque you have at each setting. (start low and grip it tight!) If you want a specific torque setting, say 10 ft-lbs, then put a stout screw in a scrap of wood, hang a 10 lb weight on it 12 inches from the screw and adjust until it just starts to slip.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Apr 02, 2010

Open chuck all the way (like for a large drill bit). There should be a set screw at the bottom (where you would put a drill bit). Don't turn too hard - it may be a left handed screw (I don't remember if it is a lefty for sure but try gently each way then with a bit more force each way until it moves).

Good luck.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Mar 19, 2010

Could be either the charger OR the battery. Before spendin anything on a replacement try cleaning the battery and charger terminals with a Q-Tip moistened with alcohol. Even a small buildup of dust can cause the fault.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Mar 15, 2010

The drill is shot, needs replacing.

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Feb 27, 2010

run them dead all the way then charge over night its just like a cellphone

Dewalt DC925B... | Answered on Feb 11, 2010

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