Installing the Arbor
- 1). Clean the arbor and arbor socket with a clean, dry rag.
- 2). Sand any burrs or other abnormalities from the surface of the socket and arbor using a diamond hook sharpener or fine file.
- 3). Remove any debris from the arbor or taper with a steel wool pad.
- 4). Wipe the arbor and socket with lacquer thinner or acetone and a lint-free cloth.
- 5). Move the chuck jaws back into the body of the drill.
- 6). Place a piece of paper on a solid, flat surface. This will protect the surface of the chuck from any damage.
- 7). Lay the nose of the chuck on the paper.
- 8). Insert the male end of the arbor into the socket of the chuck. Twist it in either direction allowing it to align itself in place.
- 9). Lay a piece of wood on top of the end of the arbor. Lightly but firmly hit the wood once with a hammer to secure the arbor in place.
Installing the Chuck
- 1). Wipe the arbor and chuck clean with a rag to remove any debris.
- 2). Sand the socket of the arbor and surface of the chuck with a diamond hook sharpener or fine file to remove any burrs on their surfaces.
- 3). Slide the chuck into the socket of the arbor.
- 4). Twist and press the chuck into the socket of the arbor.
- 5). Place a block of wood at the end of the chuck. Lightly tap the wood with a hammer to secure the chuck into the arbor.