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How to install a new clutch on a DeWalt Drywall Screwdriver

How to install a new clutch on a DeWalt Drywall Screwdriver
By July 28, 2015 4677 Views

Jul 28, 2015 6:51:46 PM

Hey everybody! Welcome back to another Do It Yourself Article from all the staff here at ToolPartsDirect.com. This time we’re going to teach you how to install a new clutch on a DeWalt Drywall Screwdriver. Before we start, you’ll need these tools:

Tools You Will Need:

Phillips Screw Driver

Clean Rag

Pick

Step 1:

First thing you need to do is take your Phillips Screw Driver to remove the screws from the gear casing.

Step 2:

Next, using a nearby rag to protect your hand, remove the nose cone. Remember, this is a left handed thread.

Step 3:

Now, it’s time for the hardest part. Using your picks, pry the “c” retaining ring from the nose cone. Make sure you use a socket or something else to support the gears so they don’t fallout when you remove the clip.

Step 4:

Now remove the old clutch and install the new one.

Now, install the “C” retaining ring.

Step 5:

Now replace the other clutch and install the new one for that side as well.

Step 6:

Now, reassemble your nose cone.

Step 7:

Now re-install the nose cone into the gear casing.

Finally, test your drywall screwdriver to make sure it works properly.

And it’s as simple as that. We hope this helped you save some time and money. Make sure you keep an eye for future content, including more how to articles from all the staff here at ToolPartsDirect.com.

Jul 28, 2015 9:22:09 PM