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Drill wont tighten to drill holes - what am i doing incorrectly

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4 1 thing is the drill smaller than the drill PORT/HOLE in ur drill.? or the drill PORT/HOLE to small for the drill bit? lok/see/listen?! wat kinda drill? more details for usin out here, an maybes we kin hep u out. or hav u fised it by usef??

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Chuck problem replace it,

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