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How to insert a mortar rake in a drill

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power drill To adapt your power drill to the function of mortar raking, you must first remove any drill bits from the chuck. Depending on the type of drill you have, you may need to use a different method to release the drill bits.
Once you have used an allen key / hand to loosen the chuck jaws you can use your hand to release the jaws further

Step 1 – Open chuck jaws

Raise the drill slightly so that the mortar rake will not fall out and open the jaws of the chuck

 Don’t forget the old lefty loosey, righty tighty rule when screwing the tools !
 Insert the mortar router bit straight into the chuck Make sure the mortar rake is not wonkee!

Step 2 – Insert mortar rake

Place the mortar rake in the chuck, shank-end first.

Twist the chuck the opposite way to close the jaws around the mortar rake

Step 3 – Close chuck jaws

Turn the chuck to close the jaws around the mortar rake’s shank.

 Make sure the mortar rake is not wonkee!
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