CX-CS 860 L Artikel-Nr.: 4330959 Komponenten

CX-CS 860 L
Artikel-Nr.: 4330959
Mini Circular Saw
Ident-Nr.:
11022
Komponenten / Ersatzteile
Position
Artikel-Nr.
Beschreibung
Position
Artikel-Nr.
Beschreibung
3
433095502003
brush cap
18
433095502018
micro switch
4
433095502004
carbon brush 5x8 (pair)
19
433095502019
spring for switch pole
6
433095502006
brush holder
21
433095502021
switch button (Ice Blue) Blue Line
12
433095502012
flat washer 4
23
433095502023
stator
13
433095502013
spring washer 4
28
433095502028
rotor
14
433095502014
cross pan bolt M4x14 M4 x 14
31
433095502031
output shaft
15
433095502015
switch pole
32
433095502032
flange for saw blade
16
433095502016
capacitor 0.22æF
33
433095502033
press spring
Komponenten / Ersatzteile
Position
Artikel-Nr.
Beschreibung
34
433095502034
flat washer f6xf16x1
35
433095502035
lock pin
36
433095502036
lock button (Ice Blue) Blue Line
42
433095502042
depth-lock knob (Ice Blue) für Schnitttiefeneinstellung
43
433095502043
hex bolt M5x14 (left turn) M5 x 14 linksgewinde
44
433095502044
flat washer 5
47
433095502047
TCT-Saw blade
51
433095502051
base plate
53
433095502053
parallel guide
55
433095502055
parallel guide knob für Parallelanschlag
56
433095502056
torsional spring
57
433095502057
hex lock nut M5 M5
59
433095502059
dust adaptor für Spanabsaugung
60
433095502060
cross pan self-tapping screw S T4.2x18
61
433095502061
ball bearing 61900-2Z 61900-2Z
62
433095502062
shaft circlip f10
65
433095502065
belt pulley für Zahnriemen
66
433095502066
shaft circlip f9
67
433095502067
synchronous belt 159-3M-16mm 159-3M-16mm
68
433095502068
belt cover
69
433095502069
cross pan bolt M4x12 M4 x 12
70
433095502070
washer for belt wheel
73
433095502073
gear
91
433095502091
breaker
800
433095502800
HSS-Saw blade
801
433095502801
allen key
901
433095502901
laser cpl.
Original Operating Instructions
Mini Hand-Held Circular Saw
Art.-Nr.: 43.309.59 I.-Nr.:11022 CX-CS
860 L
Helpline No
0844 801 8701 / IRE 189 094 6244
Contents
1. Safety information
2. Layout and items supplied
3. Intended use
4. Technical data
5. Before starting the equipment
6. Operation
7. Replacing the power cable
8. Cleaning, maintenance and ordering of spare parts
9. Disposal and recycling
10. Storage
11. Declaration of Conformity
12. Guarantee
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“Caution - Read the operating instructions to reduce the risk of inquiry”
Wear ear-muffs.
The impact of noise can cause damage to hearing.
Wear a breathing mask.
Dust which is injurious to health can be generated when working on wood and other materials.
Never use the device to work on any materials containing asbestos!
Wear safety goggles.
Sparks generated during working or splinters, chips and dust emitted by the device can cause
loss of sight.
Important.
When using the equipment, a few safety precautions
must be observed to avoid injuries and damage.
Please read the complete operating instructions and
safety information with due care. Keep these
operating instructions in a safe place so that the
information is available at all times. If you give the
equipment to any other person, hand over these
operating instructions and the safety information as
well. We cannot accept any liability for damage or
accidents which arise due to a failure to follow these
instructions and the safety information.
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General safety instructions for electric tools
CAUTION: Read all safety regulations and
instructions. Any failures made in following the
safety regulations and instructions may result in an
electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.
Keep all safety regulations and instructions in a
safe place for future use.
The term “electric tool” used in the safety instructions
refers to electric tools operated from the mains power
supply (with a power cable) and to battery operated
electric tools (without a power cable).
1. Workplace safety
a) Keep your work area clean and well
illuminated. Untidy or unlit work areas can result
in accidents.
b) Do not operate the electric tool in an
environment where there is a risk of
explosions and where there are inflammable
liquids, gases or dust. Electric tools produce
sparks which could set the dust or vapours alight.
c) Keep the electric tool out of the reach of
children and other persons. If there is a
distraction, you may lose control of the appliance.
2. Electrical safety
a) The connector plug from this electric tool
must fit into the socket. The plug should
never be altered in any way. Never use
adapter plugs together with earthed electric
tools. Unaltered plugs and correct sockets
reduce the risk of an electric shock.
b) Avoid bodily contact with earthed surfaces
such as pipes, heating, ovens and fridges.
The risk of electric shock is increased if your body
is earthed.
c) Keep the tool out of the rain and away from
moisture. The ingress of water into an electric
tool increases the risk of an electric shock.
d) Do not use the cable to carry the electric
tool, to hang it up or to pull it out of the
socket. Keep the cable away from heat, oil,
sharp edges and moving parts of the
appliance. Damaged or entangled cables
increase the risk of an electric shock.
e) If you are working outdoors with an electric
tool, only use extension cables which are
designed specifically for this purpose. Using
specially designed outdoor extension cables, the
risk of electric shock is reduced.
f) If operation of the electric tool in a damp
environment can not be avoided, use a earthleakage circuit-breaker. The earth-leakage
circuit-breaker reduces the risk of an electric
shock.
3. Safety of persons
a) Be careful, watch what you are doing and
use an electric tool sensibly. Do not use the
tool if you are tired or under the influence of
drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment of
inattention when using the electric tool can result
in serious injuries.
b) Wear personal protection equipment and
always wear safety goggles. Wearing personal
protection (such as dust masks, non-slip safety
shoes, safety helmet or ear protection, depending
upon the type and use of the electric tool)
reduces the risk of injury.
c) Make sure that the appliance cannot start up
accidentally. Ensure that the electric tool is
switched off before you connect it to the
power supply and/or insert the battery, or
pick up or carry the tool. If your finger is on the
switch whilst carrying the electric tool or if you
connect the appliance to the mains when it is
switched on, this can lead to accidents.
d) Remove keys and wrenches before switching
on the electric tool. A tool or key which comes
into contact with rotating parts of the appliance
can lead to injuries.
e) Avoid abnormal working postures. Make sure
you stand squarely and keep your balance at
all times. In this way, you can control the electric
tool better in unexpected circumstances.
f) Wear suitable work clothes. Do not wear
loose clothing or jewellery. Keep hair,
clothes and gloves away from moving parts.
Loose clothing, jewellery or long hair can get
trapped in moving parts.
g) If vacuuming devices and draining devices
can be fitted, make sure that these are
correctly attached and correctly used. The
use of a dust extraction system can reduce the
danger posed by dust.
4. Usage and treatment of the electric tool
a) Do not overload the appliance. Use the
correct tool for your work. You will be able to
work better and more safely within the given
performance boundaries.
b) Do not use an electric tool with a defective
switch. An electric tool that cannot be switched
on or off is dangerous and must be repaired.
c) Pull the plug out of the socket and/or remove
the battery before making any adjustments to
the appliance, changing accessories or put
the appliance down. This safety measure
prevents starting the electric tool unintentionally.
d) Keep unused electric tools out of the reach
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of children. Do not allow people who are not
familiar with the appliance or who have not
read these instructions to use the appliance.
Electric tools are dangerous if they are used by
inexperienced people.
e) Clean your electric tool carefully. Check
whether moving parts are functioning
properly and not jamming, whether parts are
broken or damaged enough that the
functioning of this electric tool is affected.
Have damaged parts repaired before using
the appliance. Many accidents are caused by
badly maintained electric tools.
f) Keep your cutting tools sharp and clean .
Carefully maintained cutting tools with sharp
cutting edges will jam less and are easier to
control.
g) Make sure to use electric tools, accessories,
attachments, etc. in accordance with these
instructions. Take the conditions in your
work area and the job in hand into account.
Using electric tools for any purpose other than the
one for which they are intended can lead to
dangerous situations.
5. Service
a) Have your electric tool repaired only by
trained personnel using only genuine spare
parts. This will ensure that your electric tool
remains safe to use.
Safety instructions for all saws
Danger:
a) Do not reach into the sawing area or touch
the saw blade. Hold the additional handle or
the motor casing with your other hand. If you
hold the circular saw in both hands, the saw
blade cannot injure them.
b) Do not reach under the workpiece. The guard
hood cannot protect you from the saw blade
under the workpiece.
c) Adjust the cutting depth to the thickness of
the workpiece. Less than one full tooth height
should be visible under the workpiece.
d) Never hold the workpiece you wish to saw in
your hand or on your leg. Secure the
workpiece on a sturdy surface. It is important
that you secure the workpiece well to minimize
the danger of body contact, the saw blade
jamming or loss of control.
e) Hold the appliance only by the insulated
handles when carrying out work during
which the cutting tool could strike concealed
power cables or its own cable. Contact with a
live cable will also make the metal parts of the
appliance live and will cause an electric shock.
f) Always use a stop or a straight edge when
carrying out longitudinal cuts. This will
improve your cutting accuracy and reduce the
possibility of the saw blade jamming.
g) Always use saw blades of the correct size
and with a suitable mounting hole (diamondshaped or round). Saw blades that do not
match the mounting parts of the saw will not
rotate truly and will result in a loss of control.
h) Never use damaged or incorrect saw blade
washers or screws. The saw blade washers
and screws have been specially designed for
your saw to ensure perfect performance and
operational safety.
Additional safety instructions for all saws
Causes of and ways to avoid recoil:
A recoil is the sudden reaction resulting from a
caught, jammed or incorrectly aligned saw blade
which may result in the saw leaping out of the
workpiece out of control and towards the
operator.
If the saw blade becomes caught or jammed in
closing saw gap, it will block and the power of the
motor will cause the saw to leap backwards
towards the operator.
If the saw blade is twisted or incorrectly aligned in
the cut, the teeth in the rear saw blade edge may
become caught in the surface of the workpiece,
which results in the saw blade leaping out of the
saw gap and the saw leaping towards the
operator.
A recoil is the result of incorrect or wrong use of the
saw. It can be prevented by suitable precautions, as
described below.
a) Hold the saw firmly in both hands and hold
your arms in a position in which you can
withstand the recoil forces. Always hold the
saw blade to one side. Never hold the saw
blade in a straight line with your body. In the
event of a recoil the circular saw may leap
backwards, but the user can still overcome the
recoil forces if he has taken suitable precautions.
b) If the saw blade jams or the sawing operating
is interrupted for another reason, release the
ON/OFF switch and hold the saw steady in
the workpiece until the saw blade has
reached a complete standstill. Never attempt
to take the saw out of the workpiece or to
pull it backwards whilst the saw blade is
moving or there is a possibility of a recoil.
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c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Find the reason for the blade jamming and rectify
it by suitable means.
If you wish to restart a saw that is already in
the workpiece, center the saw blade in the
saw gap and check that the saw’s teeth are
not caught in the workpiece. If the saw blade is
jammed it may move out of the workpiece or
cause a recoil when the saw is restarted.
Support large panels to reduce the risk of a
recoil by a jammed saw blade. Large panels
may sag under their own weight. Panels must be
supported on both sides both near the saw gap
and also at the edge.
Do not use blunt or damaged saw blades.
Saw blades with blunt or incorrectly aligned teeth
will create increased friction due to the saw gap
being too small. In addition the saw blade may
also jam and cause recoil.
Secure the cutting depth and cutting angle
settings before starting to saw. If the settings
change as you are sawing, the saw blade may
jam and cause recoil.
Be particularly careful when carrying out a
“plunge cut” in a concealed area such as an
existing wall. The plunge-cutting saw blade may
block when sawing into concealed objects and
thus cause recoil.
the floor unless the bottom guard hood is
covering the blade. An unprotected, moving
saw blade will cause the saw to move opposite to
the sawing direction and saw through anything in
its way. Remember that the saw takes a little time
to slow down and stop.
Do not lose these safety instructions
Safety instructions for saws with a swing guard
hood
a) Check that the bottom safety hood closes
perfectly before using the appliance. Do not
use the saw if the bottom safety hood does
not move freely and does not close
immediately. Never clamp or tie the bottom
guard hood in open position. If you drop the
saw by accident the bottom guard hood may
become bent. Open the safety hood with the lever
and ensure that it moves freely and will not come
into contact with the saw blade or other parts
regardless of the cutting angle and depth.
b) Check the function of the spring on the
bottom safety hood. Have the appliance
serviced before you use it if the bottom
safety hood and spring are not in perfect
working order. Damaged parts, sticky deposits
or accumulations of chips will result in the bottom
guard hood working with a delay.
c) Open the bottom safety hood by hand only
for special cuts, such as “immersion and
angle cuts”. Open the bottom safety hood
using the lever and release the lever again as
soon as the saw blade has engaged in the
workpiece. The bottom safety hood must
operate automatically for all other sawing work.
d) Do not place the saw on a workbench or on
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CAUTION
Read all the safety regulations and instructions.
Any errors made in following the safety regulations
and/or serious injury.
Keep all safety information and instructions in a
safe place for future use.
Important: Laser radiation
Do not look into the beam
Laser class 2
CAUTION: LASER RADIATION.
Do not look into the beam.
Laser Class 2: LDBXQ03B
λ: 650 nm; P0: ≤ 1 mW
Complies with EN 60825-1
Protect yourself and your environment from accidents
by taking the appropriate precautionary measures.
Never look directly into the laser path.
or persons or animals. Even a low output laser
Caution: It is vital to follow the work procedures
described in these instructions. Using the
equipment in any other way may result in
hazardous exposure to laser radiation.
Never open the laser module.
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2. Layout and items supplied
(Fig. 1/1a - 1d)
2.1 Layout
1. Handle
2. ON/OFF switch
3. Locking button
4. Locking screw for cutting depth setting
5. Lever for raising the soleplate
6. Soleplate
7. Saw blade
8. Locking screw for parallel stop
9. Parallel stop
10. Connection for dust extraction system
11. Adapter for dust extraction system
12. Screw for securing the saw blade
13. Flange
14. ON/OFF switch for laser
15. Laser
16. Reset button
2.2 Supplied package
t Open the packaging and take out the
equipment with care.
t Remove the packaging material and any
packaging and/or transportation braces (if
available).
t Check to see if all items are supplied.
t Inspect the equipment and accessories for
transport damage.
t If possible, please keep the packaging until
the end of the guarantee period.
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IMPORTANT
The equipment and packaging material are not
toys. Do not let children play with plastic bags,
foils or small parts. There is a danger of
swallowing or suffocating!
B
C
D
E
F
Parallel stop
Adapter for dust extraction system
Allen key (2x 4mm)
Additional Saw blade (80 Teeth)
Original operating instructions
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1b
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3. Intended use
Additional information for electric power tools
The mini hand-held circular saw is designed for
sawing straight cuts in wood, wood-type materials
and plastics.
Warning!
accordance with a standardized testing method. It
may change according to how the electric equipment
is used and may exceed the
d value in
exceptional circumstances.
The equipment is to be used only for its prescribed
purpose. Any other use is deemed to be a case of
misuse. The user/operator and not the manufacturer
will be liable for any damage or injuries of any kind
caused as a result of this.
the equipment with another electric power tools.
Please note that our equipment has not been
designed for use in commercial, trade or industrial
applications. Our warranty will be voided if the
equipment is used in commercial, trade or industrial
businesses or for equivalent purposes.
4. Technical data
Mains voltage:
230-240 V ~ 50 Hz
Power input:
450 W
Idling speed:
6,000 min
Cutting depth:
max. 23 mm
-1
Saw blade:
Ø 85 mm
Blade holder:
Ø 10 mm
Protection class:
II /
Weight:
2.0 kg
Sound and vibration
Sound and vibration values were measured in
accordance with EN 60745.
LpA sound pressure leve
l
KpA uncertainty
LWA sound power level
KWA uncertainty
89.4 dB(A)
3 dB
100.4 dB(A)
3 dB
The impact of noise can cause damage to hearing.
Total vibration values (vector sum of three directions)
determined in accordance with EN 60745.
Handle
Vibration emission value a h = 2.085 m/s2
K uncertainty = 1.5 m/s 2
Reduce noise generation and vibration to a
minimum!
Use only equipment that is in perfect condition.
Maintain and clean the equipment regularly.
Adopt your way of working to the equipment.
Do not overload the equipment.
Have the equipment checked if necessary.
Wear gloves.
Hold the equipment by the insulated handles
when carrying out work during which the plug-in
tool could strike concealed power cables or its
own mains lead. Contact with a live cable may also
make the metal parts of the equipment live and cause
an electric shock.
Residual risks
Even if you use this electric power tool in
accordance with instructions, certain residual risks
cannot be eliminated. The following hazards may
arise in connection with the equipment’s
construction and layout:
1. Lung damage if no suitable protective dust mask
is applied.
2. Damage to hearing if no suitable ear protection is
applied.
3. Health damage caused by hand-arm vibrations if
the equipment is used over a longer period or is
not properly guided and maintained.
5. Before starting the equipment
Before you connect the equipment to the power
supply make sure that the supply data on the rating
plate is identical to the supply voltage.
Always pull out the power plug before making
adjustments to the equipment.
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5.1 Setting the cutting depth (Figure 2)
Undo the locking screw for setting the cutting
depth (4).
Set the cutting depth in accordance with the scale
(a).
When cutting wood or plastic the selected cutting
depth should be a little larger than the material
thickness.
To prevent damage to underlying surfaces, the
cutting depth can be set exactly to the thickness
of the material. However, this will result in a
slightly unclean cut.
5.2 Extraction of dust and chips (Figure 3)
Connect your tool to an extraction unit or vacuum
cleaner. This will provide excellent extraction of chips
and dust from the workpiece.
The benefits are that you will protect both the
equipment and your own health. Your work area will
also be clean and safe.
Attach the adapter for the dust extraction system
(11) to the connection for the dust extraction
system (10).
You can then connect a suitable vacuum cleaner
(not supplied) to the dust extraction system
adapter (11).
5.3 Parallel stop (Figure 4/5)
The parallel stop (9) enables you to saw parallel
lines.
Loosen the locking screw for the parallel stop (8)
on the saw foot (6).
To assemble, slide the parallel stop (9) into the
guide (a) on the saw foot (6) (see Figure 4).
Set the required spacing and then tighten the
locking screw (8) again.
Using the parallel stop: Position the parallel stop
(9) flat on the edge of the workpiece and start the
cut.
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6. Operation (Fig. 6)
6.1 Working with the mini hand-held circular saw
Always hold the mini hand-held circular saw
firmly.
Do not use force!
Push forwards gently and evenly with the mini
hand-held circular saw.
The waste piece should be on the left-hand side
of the mini hand-held circular saw so that the
wide section of the support bench supports its full
area.
If you are sawing down a line that has been
drawn, guide the mini hand-held circular saw
along the corresponding notch.
Clamp small pieces of wood securely before
sawing them. Never hold them with your hand.
Always follow the safety instructions. Wear safety
goggles.
Do not use defective saw blades or blades that
are cracked or broken.
Do not use any flanges / flange nuts whose bore
hole is larger or smaller than those in the saw
blade.
The saw blade must not be decelerated by hand
or by applying lateral pressure to the blade.
The soleplate must not jam and must return to its
initial position after the operation has been
completed.
Before you use the mini hand-held circular saw,
check the function of the soleplate with the mains
plug disconnected.
Before you use the machine, ensure that the
safety equipment such as the soleplate, flanges
and adjustment devices are in working order and
are correctly adjusted and secure.
You can connect a suitable dust extraction
system to the dust extraction adapter (11).
Ensure that the dust extraction system is safely
and correctly connected.
Important. Always pull out the power plug
before doing any work on the circular saw!
6.2 Using the mini hand-held circular saw (Fig. 6)
Select a suitable blade for the material you wish
to saw.
Check the condition and sharpness of the blade.
Set the cutting depth.
Pick up the tool and make sure that no air vents
are covered.
Switch on the tool and wait for a few seconds for
the blade to reach operating speed.
Press the locking button (3) and, applying a little
pressure, slowly lower the tool into the workpiece.
Push the saw forwards through the workpiece.
Never cut backwards!
Exert only a little pressure on the tool when cutting.
The base plate must always lie flat on the workpiece.
Before you start your sawing work on the workpiece,
you can raise the soleplate (6) with the lever (5) as
shown in Fig. 8. Starting the sawing work is then easier
when you want to begin at the edge of a workpiece.
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6.3 Switching ON/OFF (Fig. 6)
To switch on: Slide the ON/OFF switch (2) forwards
and hold.
To switch off: Release the ON/OFF switch (2)
Important. Carry out a trial cut in a piece of
waste wood
6.4 Changing the saw blade (Fig. 6-7b)
Important. Always pull out the power plug
before doing any work on the circular saw!
Only use saw blades of the same type as the saw
blade supplied with this circular saw. Ask your dealer
for advice.
Important. The mini hand-held circular saw must not
be operated with the Allen keys inserted in it.
Undo the screw for securing the saw blade (12)
by turning it in clockwise direction with the Allen
key (a) while at the same time holding on the
opposite side with the Allen key (b).
Press the locking button (3) and use the lever (5)
to raise the adjustable soleplate (6) and hold.
Remove the saw blade (7) in a downwards
direction.
Pay attention to the running direction (see arrow
on the housing (c) and saw blade).
Tighten the screw to secure the saw blade (12),
check it runs true.
moving parts run smoothly and the clamping
screws are tightened securely.
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6.5 Using the laser (Fig. 9-10)
The laser (15) enables you to make precision
cuts with your circular saw.
The laser light is generated by a laser diode. The
laser light is enlarged to form a line and is emitted
through the laser emission aperture. You can
then use the line as an optical marker for the
sawing line for precision cuts. Follow the laser
safety instructions.
You can switch the laser ON and OFF with the
ON/OFFswitch (14).
dust and chips. The emission aperture of the
laser beam must therefore be cleaned after each
use.
Replacing the battery
. Remove the
battery compartment cover (a).
battery and replace with a new one (button cell
CR2032). Check that the battery terminals are
positioned correctly when inserting the new batteries.
Close the battery compartment again.
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6.6 Replacing the drive belt (Fig. 11-12)
The drive belt (B) must be replaced if it is worn.
Undo the screw (a) and remove side belt cover
(A).
Remove the worn drive belt (B) and clean the two
belt pulleys (C/D).
Place the new drive belt on the belt pulley (C) and
pull the belt onto the belt pulley (D) whilst turning
the shaft.
Make sure that the drive belt is properly seated
on the belt pulleys.
Fit the belt cover (A) and secure it with the screw
(a).
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6.7 Reset button (Fig. 13)
In case of overloading, e.g. due to the saw blade
becoming jammed, the equipment will shut down
automatically. To restart, you must first press the
reset button (16). The equipment can then be
operated as normal.
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7. Replacing the power cable
If the power cable for this equipment is damaged, it
must be replaced by the manufacturer or its aftersales service or similarly trained personnel to avoid
danger.
8. Cleaning, maintenance and ordering
of spare parts
Always pull out the power plug before starting any
cleaning work.
8.1 Cleaning
Keep all safety devices, air vents and the motor
housing free of dirt and dust as far as possible.
Wipe the equipment with a clean cloth or blow it
down with compressed air at low pressure.
We recommend that you clean the equipment
immediately after you use it.
Clean the equipment regularly with a damp cloth
and some soft soap. Do not use cleaning agents
or solvents; these may be aggressive to the
plastic parts in the equipment. Ensure that no
water can get into the interior of the equipment.
8.2 Carbon brushes
In case of excessive sparking, have the carbon
8.4 Ordering replacement parts:
Please provide the following information on all orders
for spare parts:
Model/type of the equipment CX-CS 860L
Article number of the equipment 43.309.59
ID number of the equipment 11022
Spare part number of the required spare part
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9. Disposal and recycling
The equipment is supplied in packaging to prevent it
from being damaged in transit. The raw materials in
this packaging can be reused or recycled. The
equipment and its accessories are made of various
types of material, such as metal and plastic. Defective
components must be disposed of as special waste.
Ask your dealer or your local council.
10. Storage
Store the equipment and accessories out of children’s
reach in a dark and dry place at above freezing
temperature. The ideal storage temperature is
between 5 and 30 °C. Store the electric tool in its
original packaging.
Important. The carbon brushes should not be
8.3 Servicing
There are no parts inside the equipment which
require additional maintenance.
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Never place any electric tools in your household refuse.
To comply with European Directive 2002/96/EC concerning old electric and electronic equipment and its
implementation in national laws, old electric tools have to be separated from other waste and disposed of
in an environment-friendly fashion, e.g. by taking to a recycling depot.
Recycling alternative to the demand to return electrical devices:
As an alternative to returning the electrical device, the owner is obliged to cooperate in ensuring that the
device is properly recycled if ownership is relinquished. This can also be done by handing over the used
device to a returns center, which will dispose of it in accordance with national commercial and industrial
waste management legislation. This does not apply to the accessories and auxiliary equipment without
any electrical components which are included with the used device.
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GUARANTEE CERTIFICATE
Dear Customer,
In the unlikely event that your device develops a fault, please contact our Customer service
department on the telephone number shown below.
1. These guarantee terms cover additional guarantee rights and do not affect your statutory
warranty rights. Claims must be accompanied by Proof of Purchase. This must be in the form of a
Sales receipt or Bank statement and must show that the product has been purchased within 2 years
prior to the claim from the retailer that it was originally sold to.
2. Our guarantee covers problems caused by material or manufacturing defects, and will result
in the repair of these defects or replacement of the device with a like for like or similar article.
Please note that our devices have not been designed for use in commercial, trade or industrial
applications. Consequently, the guarantee is invalidated if the equipment is used in commercial,
trade or industrial applications or for other equivalent activities.
3. The following are also excluded from our guarantee:
A) Faults due to accidents, customer misuse, or unauthorized repairs
B) Consumable Parts such as Blades/Chains/Trimmer lines/Spools/Vacuum bags/Spark plugs or Filters
C) Failure due to lack of routine maintenance
D) Failure as a result of not using the equipment in accordance with the manual and
safety instructions
E) The adjustment or lubrication cables, drive belts, or recoil starters
4. The guarantee is valid for a period of 2 years starting from the purchase date of the device.
Guarantee claims should be submitted before the end of the guarantee period within two
weeks of the defect being noticed. No guarantee claims will be accepted after the end of the
guarantee period. The original guarantee period remains applicable to the device even if repairs
are carried out or parts are replaced. In such cases, the work performed or parts fitted will not result
in an extension of the guarantee period, and no new guarantee will become active for the work
performed or parts fitted. This also applies when an on-site Service is used.
5. Please keep your sales receipt in a safe place. If the defect is covered by our guarantee your
device will either be repaired under the terms of guarantee or we will send you a replacement
device. This device may be re-conditioned or Like for like replacement.
EINHELL UK LTD HELPLINE: + 44 151 649 1500
REP. IRELAND HELPLINE: 1890 946244
HOME RETAIL GROUP
489-499 AVEBURY BOULEVARD, SAXON GATE WEST, CENTRAL MILTON KEYNES, MK9 2NW
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