CONTACTS
- DRAPER TOOLS LIMITED,
Hursley Road, Chandler's Ford,
Eastleigh, Hampshire. SO53 1YF. U.K.
STORM
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
- Help Line: (023) 8049 4344
- Sales Desk: (023) 8049 4333
- General Enquiries: (023) 8026 6355
- Service/Warranty Repair Agent
For aftersales servicing or warranty repairs, please
contact the Draper Tools Help Line for details of an
agent in your local area.
10.8V Cordless
Reciprocating Saw - Bare
Stock No.17129
Part No.SS108SF
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY TO ENSURE THE SAFE AND
EFFECTIVE USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
YOUR DRAPER STOCKIST
GENERAL INFORMATION
RDCH0816
drapertools.com
These instructions accompanying the product are the original instructions. This document is part of the product, keep it
for the life of the product passing it on to any subsequent holder of the product. Read all these instructions before
assembling, operating or maintaining this product.
This manual has been compiled by Draper Tools describing the purpose for which the product has been designed, and
contains all the necessary information to ensure its correct and safe use. By following all the general safety instructions
contained in this manual, it will ensure both product and operator safety, together with longer life of the product itself.
AlI photographs and drawings in this manual are supplied by Draper Tools to help illustrate the operation of the product.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this manual, the Draper Tools
policy of continuous improvement determines the right to make modifications without prior warning.
1.
NOTES
TITLE PAGE
1.1 INTRODUCTION:
USER MANUAL FOR:
10.8V CORDLESS RECIPROCATING DRILL - BARE
Stock no. 17129
Part no. SS108SF
1.2 REVISIONS:
Date first published July 2016
As our user manuals are continually updated, users should make sure that they use the very
latest version.
Downloads are available from: http://www.drapertools.com/manuals
DRAPER TOOLS LIMITED
HURSLEY ROAD
CHANDLER’S FORD
EASTLEIGH
HAMPSHIRE
SO53 1YF
WEBSITE:
PRODUCT HELP LINE:
GENERAL FAX:
drapertools.com
+44 (0) 23 8049 4344
+44 (0) 23 8026 0784
UK
1.3 UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUALS SAFETY CONTENT:
WARNING!
Information that draws attention to the risk of injury or death.
CAUTION!
Information that draws attention to the risk of damage to the product or
surroundings.
1.4 COPYRIGHT © NOTICE:
Copyright © Draper Tools Limited.
Permission is granted to reproduce this publication for personal & educational use only.
Commercial copying, redistribution, hiring or lending is prohibited.
No part of this publication may be stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any other
form or means without written permission from Draper Tools Limited.
In all cases this copyright notice must remain intact.
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14. DISPOSAL
2.
14.1 DISPOSAL
2.1 CONTENTS
PAGE CONTENT
- At the end of the machine’s working life, or when it can no longer be repaired, ensure
that it is disposed of according to national regulations.
- Contact your local authority for details of collection schemes in your area.
In all circumstances:
• Do not dispose of power tools with domestic waste.
• Do not incinerate.
• Do not abandon in the environment.
• Do not dispose of WEEE*
as unsorted municipal waste.
* Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment.
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CONTENTS
PAGE
1
TITLE PAGE
1.1
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................... 2
1.2
REVISION HISTORY........................................................................................... 2
1.3
UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUAL ................................................................... 2
1.4
COPYRIGHT NOTICE ......................................................................................... 2
2
CONTENTS
2.1
CONTENTS ........................................................................................................ 3
3
GUARANTEE
3.1
GUARANTEE ..................................................................................................... 4
4
INTRODUCTION
4.1
SCOPE ............................................................................................................... 5
4.2
SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................. 5
4.3
HANDLING & STORAGE ................................................................................... 5
5
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.1
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................... 6
5.2
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR BATTERY POWERED TOOLS & CHARGERS.... 7
5.3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAINS POWERED BATTERY PACK CHARGERS 7
5.4
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHARGERS AND BATTERIES ........................................... 8
5.5
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR RECIPROCATING TOOLS ............. 8
5.6
CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY ........................................................... 8
5.7
LITHIUM-ION MATERIAL DATA SHEET............................................................ 8
6
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
6.1
IDENTIFICATION .............................................................................................. 9
7
UNPACKING & CHECKING
7.1
PACKAGING...................................................................................................... 10
7.2
BARE MACHINE ................................................................................................ 10
8
SETTING THE CORDLESS RECIPROCATING SAW
8.1
BLADE INSTALLATION...................................................................................... 11
9
BASIC RECIPROCATING SAW OPERATION
9.1
SWITCH AND VARIABLE STROKE RATE CONTROL ......................................... 12
9.2
GENERAL CUTTING........................................................................................... 12
9.3
PLUNGE CUTTING............................................................................................. 13
9.4
FLUSH CUTTING................................................................................................ 13
10
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
10.1 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ................................................................................. 14
11
MAINTENANCE
11.1 MAINTENANCE................................................................................................. 15
12
TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................................................................... 16
13
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
13.1 EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS ........................................................................... 17
14
DISPOSAL
14.1 DISPOSAL .......................................................................................................... 18
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .....................................................................................ENCLOSED
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3.
GUARANTEE
3.1 GUARANTEE
Draper tools have been carefully tested and inspected before shipment and are guaranteed
to be free from defective materials and workmanship.
Should the tool develop a fault, please return the complete tool to your nearest distributor
or contact Draper Tools Limited, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO53 1YF. England.
Telephone Sales Desk: (023) 8049 4333 or Product Help Line (023) 8049 4344.
A proof of purchase must be provided with the tool.
If upon inspection it is found that the fault occurring is due to defective materials or
workmanship, repairs will be carried out free of charge. This guarantee period covering
parts/labour is 12 months from the date of purchase except where tools are hired out when
the guarantee period is 90 days from the date of purchase. The guarantee is extended to 24
months for parts only. This guarantee does not apply to normal wear and tear, nor does it
cover any damage caused by misuse, careless or unsafe handling, alterations, accidents, or
repairs attempted or made by any personnel other than the authorised Draper warranty
repair agent.
Note: If the tool is found not to be within the terms of warranty, repairs and carriage charges
will be quoted and made accordingly.
This guarantee applies in lieu of any other guarantee expressed or implied and variations of
its terms are not authorised.
Your Draper guarantee is not effective unless you can produce upon request a dated receipt
or invoice to verify your proof of purchase within the guarantee period.
Please note that this guarantee is an additional benefit and does not affect your statutory
rights.
Draper Tools Limited.
13. EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
13.1 EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
Class II construction
(Double insulated).
WEEE
Do not dispose of Waste Electrical & Electronic
Equipment in with domestic rubbish
For indoor use only.
Do not expose to rain.
Li-ion battery must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Li-ion
Fuse protective device.
Reference to
‘Welding’
removed from
eye/face
protection icon
wording.
05/08/16 CH
Short-circuit-proof safety isolating transformer.
Polarity indication.
Warning!
Read instruction manuals before
operating and servicing this
equipment.
Warning!
Wear suitable eye/face
protection.
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12. TROUBLESHOOTING
4.
WARNING: For your own safety always remove the battery before carrying out any
maintenance or troubleshooting.
4.1 SCOPE
PROBLEMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
REMEDY
Saw does not
work
1. Flat battery
1. Charge battery
Saw does not
grip
1. Check blade clamp
1. Remove blade, fully open
clamp and re-insert blade.
2. Swarf in chuck
2. Clean inside clamp with
cleaning fluid
INTRODUCTION
This reciprocating saw is designed to cut wood, plastic and metal, including sheet materials,
branches/logs and window surrounds. It is intended for domestic and light commercial use
only. Any other application is considered misuse. This product requires a Draper Power
Interchange 10.8V battery (sold separately) to operate.
4.2 SPECIFICATION
Stock no. ............................................................................................................................. 17129
Part no. ............................................................................................................................ SS108SF
Battery required ..........................................................................................10.8V (not supplied)
Cutting capacities:
Wood ..................................................................................................................... 65mm
Mild Steel ................................................................................................................ 8mm
Plastic pipe .............................................................................................................. 50mm
Stroke length................................................................................................................... 14.5mm
Strokes per minute (no load) .................................................................................. 0-3000min-1
Sound pressure level ................................................................................................ 83.58dB(A)
Sound power level ................................................................................................... 94.58dB(A)
Vibration level ............................................................................................................. 13.78m/s2
Weight (saw only) ......................................................................................................... 1,072kg
4.3 HANDLING & STORAGE
Although this machine is small in size, care must still be taken when handling and lifting.
Dropping this machine will have an effect on the accuracy and may also result in personal
injury. This machine is not a toy and must be respected.
The environment will have a negative result on its operation if you are not careful. If the air
is damp, components will rust. If the machine is unprotected from dust and debris;
components will become clogged: And if not cleaned and maintained correctly or regularly
the machine will not perform at its best.
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5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.1 GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
General Power Tools Safety Warnings
WARNING: Read all instructions. Failure to follow
all instructions listed below may result in electric shock,
fire and/or serious injury.
Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.
The term “power tool” in the warnings refers to your
mains operated (corded) power tool or battery operated
(cordless) power tool.
1) Work area safety
a) Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or
dark areas invite accidents.
b) Do not operate power tools in explosive
atmospheres, such as in the presence of
flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power tools
create sparks which may ignite the dust or
fumes.
c) Keep children and bystanders away while
operating a power tool. Distractions can cause
you to lose control.
2) Electrical Safety
a) Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never
modify the plug in any way. Do not use any
adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power
tools. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will
reduce risk of electrical shock.
b) Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded
surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges and
refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric
shock if your body is earthed or grounded.
c) Do not expose power tools to rain or wet
conditions. Water entering a power tool will
increase the risk of electric shock.
d) Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for
carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool.
Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or
moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords
increase the risk of electric shock.
e) When operating a power tool outdoors, use an
extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a
cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of
electric shock.
f) If operating a power tool in a damp location is
unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD)
protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk
of electric shock.
3) Personal Safety
a) Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use
common sense when operating a power tool. Do
not use a power tool while you are tired or under
the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A
moment of inattention while operating power
tools may result in serious personal injury.
b) Use personal protective equipment. Always wear
eye protection. Protective equipment such as dust
mask, nonskid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing
protection used for appropriate conditions will
reduce personal injuries.
c) Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch
is in the off position before connecting to power
source and/or battery pack, picking up or
carrying the tool. Carrying power tools with your
finger on the switch or energising power tools
that have the switch on invites accidents.
d) Remove any adjusting key or wrench before
turning the power tool on. A wrench or a key left
attached to a rotating part of the power tool may
result in personal injury.
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e)
4)
5)
6)
Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and
balance at all times. This enables better control of
the power tool in unexpected situations.
f) Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or
jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves
away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery
or long hair can be caught in moving parts.
g) If devices are provided for the connection of dust
extraction and collection facilities, ensure these
are connected and properly used. Use of dust
collection can reduce dust related hazards.
Power Tool Use And Care
a) Do not force the power tool. Use the correct
power tool for your application. The correct
power tool will do the job better and safer at the
rate for which it was designed.
b) Do not use the power tool if the switch does not
turn it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be
controlled with the switch is dangerous and must
be repaired.
c) Disconnect the plug from the power source
and/or the battery pack from the power tool
before making any adjustments, changing
accessories, or storing power tools. Such
preventive safety measures reduce the risk of
starting the power tool accidentally.
d) Store idle power tools out of the reach of
children and do not allow persons unfamiliar
with the power tool or these instructions to
operate the power tool. Power tools are
dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
e) Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and
any other condition that may affect the power
tools operation. If damaged, have the power tool
repaired before use. Many accidents are caused
by poorly maintained power tools.
f) Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly
maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges
are less likely to bind and are easier to control.
g) Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc.,
in accordance with these instructions, taking into
account the working conditions and the work to
be performed. Use of the power tool for
operations different from intended could result in
a hazardous situation.
Battery tool use and care
a. Recharge only with the charger specified by the
manufacturer. A charger that is suitable for one
type of battery pack may create a risk of fire
when used with another battery pack.
b. Use power tools only with specifically designated
battery packs. Use of any other battery packs may
create a risk of injury and fire.
c. When battery pack is not in use, keep it away
from other metal objects, like paper clips, coins,
keys, nails, screws or other small metal objects,
that can make a connection from one terminal to
another. Shorting the battery terminals together
may cause burns or a fire.
d. Under abusive conditions, liquid may be ejected
from the battery; avoid contact. If contact
accidentally occurs, flush with water. If liquid
contacts eyes, additionally seek medical help.
Liquid ejected from the battery may cause
irritation or burns.
Service
a. Have your power tool serviced by a qualified
repair person using only identical replacement
parts. This will ensure that the safety of the
power tool is maintained.
11. MAINTENANCE
11.1 MAINTENANCE
Regular inspection and cleaning reduces the necessity for maintenance operations and will
keep your tool in good working condition. The motor must be correctly ventilated during
tool operation. For this reason avoid blocking the air inlets. If necessary, disconnect the
battery from the saw and vacuum the ventilation slots.
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10. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
5.
10.1 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
5.2 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR
BATTERY POWERED TOOLS &
CHARGERS
Stock No.
Part No.
Description
Quantity
16254
CB108LI
10.8V Battery
-
16255
C108LI
10.8V Charger
-
02313
RSB/MP
150mm Multi purpose cutting blade
5 piece
02314
RSB/MP
200mm Multi purpose cutting blade
5 piece
02315
RSB/MP
250mm Multi purpose cutting blade
5 piece
02316
RSB/MP
300mm Multi purpose cutting blade
5 piece
02309
RSB/M18
150mm HSS 18tpi metal cutting blade
5 piece
02310
RSB/M18
200mm HSS 18tpi metal cutting blade
5 piece
02311
RSB/M24
150mm HSS 24tpi metal cutting blade
5 piece
02312
RSB/M24
200mm HSS 24tpi metal cutting blade
5 piece
02305
RSB/W
150mm 6tpi Wood cutting blade
5 piece
02306
RSB/W
200mm 6tpi Wood cutting blade
5 piece
02307
RSB/W
250mm 6tpi Wood cutting blade
5 piece
02308
RSB/W
300mm 6tpi Wood cutting blade
5 piece
02299
RSB/WN
150mm 6tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02300
RSB/WN
200mm 6tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02301
RSB/WN
250mm 6tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02302
RSB/WP
150mm 10tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02303
RSB/WP
200mm 10tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02304
RSB/WP
250mm 10tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
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HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
Good Working Practices/Safety
The following suggestions will enable you to observe
good working practices, keep yourself and fellow workers
safe and maintain your tools and equipment in good
working order.
WARNING!! LEAKING BATTERY PACKS
The electrolyte in the battery packs is corrosive, if a
battery pack is damaged and leaking, avoid
contact with the skin; if contact is made, flush
the area with running water, pat dry and seek
medical attention and advice at the earliest
opportunity, inform the medical service that the
contaminant was a "high alkaline, corrosive liquid". If the
electrolyte comes into contact with the eyes, flush with
copious amounts of water only, seek medical attention
immediately, relaying the information above.
WARNING!! KEEP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT OUT OF THE
REACH OF YOUNG CHILDREN
Battery Powered Tools
Workplace/Environment
Under no circumstances should CHILDREN be allowed in
work areas.
It is good practice to leave the tool and the battery pack
separated until work is about to commence; if this is not
practical do not carry tools around with fingers near the
trigger switch, and engage the stop-lock of the tool if one
is available. It is preferable to move small tools e.g. drills
and jigsaws to the work area in their carrying/storage
cases; if this is not possible it is advisable that you do not
mount the blades or drill bits into the tool until you reach
the work area (they make effective stabbing tools if you
trip or stumble).
If you are working from ladders or towers, ensure they are
securely fixed/braced, and always maintain a balanced,
comfortable working posture; do not over-reach, or
perform simian agility exercises to get the work done, the
extra time required to move the ladder or tower is a good
trade off against injuries sustained from a fall. Similarly
nonslip footwear and nonslip surfaces are a good
investment.
If the work you are carrying out is liable to generate flying
grit, dust, swarf or chips, wear the appropriate safety
clothing, goggles, gloves, masks etc - if the work
operation appears to be excessively noisy, wear
ear-defenders. If you wear your hair in a long style,
wearing a cap, safety helmet, hairnet, even a sweatband,
will minimise the possibility of your hair being caught up
in the rotating parts of the tool, likewise, consideration
should be given to the removal of rings and wristwatches,
if these are liable to be a hazard.
Do not work with cutting tools of any description if you
are tired, your attention is wandering or you are being
subjected to distraction. A deep cut, a lost finger tip or
worse, is not worth it!
Do not use the tools within the designated safety areas of
flammable liquid stores or in areas where there may be
volatile gases. There are very expensive, very specialised
tools for working in these areas, THESE ARE NOT THE
TOOLS FOR THESE AREAS.
Do not discard old batteries, or old cutting tools of any
description, into general rubbish; the cutting tools may
still be sharp enough to inflict an injury, and old batteries
if overheated or are part of rubbish that is to be disposed
of by burning, are an explosion hazard. Similarly, do not
dispose of old battery packs into clean water run-offs; if
they eventually leak, they will become a pollutant hazard.
Check that cutting tools are undamaged and are kept
clean and sharp, this will maintain their operating
performance and lessen the loading on the tool.
5.3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR
MAINS POWERED BATTERY
PACK CHARGERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The charger is for INDOOR use only.
Prior to plugging the charger in to the supply, check
that the plug and the cable are in good repair. If
either are damaged, have the defective item replaced
immediately by a suitably qualified person. If the
casing of the battery charger is damaged, it is good
policy to have the charger checked over by a suitably
qualified person.
Only use a correctly rated mains outlet to provide
power, do not plug into site generators, attach to
engine generators or D.C. sources. Do not use a mains
socket outlet that is not switched.
Only use the charger that was supplied with the
battery pack, and vice versa.
Do not attempt to charge battery packs that are too
hot (over 40ºC) or too cold (under 5ºC); if these
conditions apply set the battery aside to "normalise"
before proceeding with the charging operation.
Set up the charger and cable in a safe place where it
won't be knocked, tripped over, stepped on, etc. and
where it is well ventilated; make sure the ventilation
slots in the charger case are not obstructed, plug the
charger into the socket outlet.
Inspect the battery pack for damage; if it is
undamaged, plug it into the charger, ensuring the
correct orientation. (Most chargers and batteries have
'keys' etc, to make sure the battery is not inserted
incorrectly, if you are having to 'force' the battery
into the charger, the chances are you have it the
wrong way round, check and try again.)
Switch the charger on and check that the correct
indicators illuminate, allow the battery pack to charge
(see the specific instructions for your charger). Once
charging is complete, switch the charger off, remove
the battery pack and store, repeat the procedure if
you have more than one battery to charge. Note that
some RAPID chargers require a "rest" period between
charges, read the instruction manual concerning your
specific charger to see if this is the case. After
charging is complete, unplug the charger from the
socket outlet by pulling on the plug. Do not pull on
the cable. Store the charger in a dry secure place.
If, when the charger was switched on, the correct
indications did not occur, leave for two or three
minutes to allow the charger to stabilise; if the correct
indications occur, allow the charging cycle to proceed
as normal. If no indication appears at all, switch off,
remove the battery pack, unplug the charger, check
that the charger contacts and the battery contacts are
clean and repeat the process; if there is still no
indication, switch off, remove the battery pack,
unplug the charger and check the fuse. If the fuse is
blown, replace and repeat the process; if the fuse
blows again, or if the fuse was intact, attempt no
further action. Refer the charger to a suitably
qualified person for assessment/repair.
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5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.4 INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHARGERS
AND BATTERIES.
1)
3)
Battery Chargers
a) Before charging, read the instructions.
b) For indoor use. Do not expose to rain.
c) Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries.
Battery
a) The battery must be removed from the appliance
before it is scrapped.
b) The appliance must be disconnected from the
supply mains when removing the battery.
c) The battery is to be disposed of safely.
d) Do not use non-rechargeable batteries.
e) Do not crush, open or burn the battery. Exposure
to potentially harmful materials may occur.
f) In case of fire use CO2 dry chemical extinguisher.
g) Do not expose to high temperatures >50°C. Cells
may degrade at high temperatures.
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
The battery must be charged by a constant
current, constant voltage transformer.
Charge battery regularly in conditions between
5°C to 45°C with the specified charger designed
for this battery.
Store in a dry, well ventilated area within the
recommended limits of 10°C to 30°C.
Do not use battery if it has been stored at 5°C or
less. Allow it to “normalise” at room temperature
before usage/changing.
During decommissioning remove the battery cell
for recycling separately to the product, which is
covered by the waste electrical and electronic
equipment directive. Insulate the terminals with
adhesive insulating tape to prevent a short circuit,
fire or explosion occurring.
9.
BASIC RECIPROCATING SAW OPERATION
9.3 PLUNGE CUTTING - FIGS. 6 - 7
WARNING: Plunge cutting is only suitable when
working softer materials such as wood or plaster
board! However, this requires a degree of practice
and is only possible with short saw blades.
- Place the tool via the pivoting footplate onto
the work piece and switch on. Pay attention
that the bottom side of the pivoting footplate
faces against the surface of the work piece.
- Slowly plunge the saw blade into the work
piece at an angle. After the saw blade
penetrates through the work piece, move the
tool to a vertical position and continue to saw
along the cutting line.
- Switch off the tool and remove it from the
work piece.
FIG.6
FIG.7
5.5 ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR RECIPROCATING TOOLS
1.
Reciprocating Saws:
- Always use in conjunction with a suitable dust extraction device.
- Always wear a dust mask and suitable eye protection.
5.6 CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY
9.4 FLUSH CUTTING - FIG. 8
Make sure the power supply information on the machine’s rating plate are compatible with
the power supply you intend to connect it to.
This appliance is Class II† and is designed for connection to a power supply matching that
detailed on the rating label and compatible with the plug fitted.
If an extension lead is required, use an approved and compatible lead rated for this
appliance. Follow all the instruction supplied with the extension lead.
†Double insulated
: This product requires no earth connection as supplementary insulation
is applied to the basic insulation to protect against electric shock in the event of failure of
the basic insulation.
NOTE: This information relates to the battery charging system for the Draper 10.8V cordless
range.
This product is supplied “bare” which means that it does not have a battery or charger
supplied. Those items are available separately from Draper Tools.
With the use of flexible bimetal saw blades,
projecting items (i.e. water pipes, etc.) can be
sawed off flush to the wall. Pay attention that the
saw blade always extends beyond the diameter of
the pipe being sawed. Danger of kickback.
Position the saw blade sidewards against the wall
and apply some lateral pressure via the tool so
that the edge of the pivoting footplate faces
against the wall. Switch the tool on and make the
cut, applying constant lateral pressure.
FIG.8
5.6 LITHIUM-ION MATERIAL DATA SHEET
a. As a substance under normal conditions of use it is not considered a hazard to health. In
the event of accidental release, measures to prevent spread must be adhered. Do not
contaminate rivers, waterways or drains.
b. Composition of lithium-manganese, lithium-cobalt and lithium salt as the organic solvent
electrolyte (nonaqueous liquid).
c. Hazardous Decomposition: None during normal operating conditions. If cell is ruptured
hydrogen fluoride and carbon monoxide may be released.
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9.
6.
BASIC RECIPROCATING SAW OPERATION
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
6.1 IDENTIFICATION
9.1 SWITCH AND VARIABLE STROKE
RATE CONTROL - FIG. 5
FIG.5
Your reciprocating saw is equipped with a trigger
switch to turn the saw on and off, and to control
the speed.
-
To start the saw, press the trigger switch .
To stop the saw, release the trigger switch.
To vary the stroke rate, simply increase or
decrease the pressure on the trigger switch.
The tighter the trigger switch is pressed, the
higher the speed.
9.2 GENERAL CUTTING
WARNING: Before use, always check to see that the trigger is actuated properly and returns
to the off position when released.
WARNING: When sawing into walls or floors you may encounter electrical wiring. Sawing
into a “live” wire will cause electric shock. Always check with a metal/voltage detector that
there are no hidden hazards such as electrical cables, water or gas pipes running below the
surface.
Make sure the workpiece is firmly anchored. Clamp the workpiece to prevent slipping or
moving while cutting.
- Use the appropriate type and size of blade for the workpiece material and size.
- Check for clearance beyond the workpiece so the blade will not impact another surface.
- Mark the line of cut clearly. If cutting metal, apply cutting oil on the line.
- Depress the trigger switch to start the saw and bring it to maximum desired cutting
stroke rate before applying the blade to the workpiece.
- Do not force the tool. Place the shoe firmly on the workpiece while cutting. Use only
enough steady pressure on the blade to keep the saw cutting. Reduce pressure as the
blade comes to the end of the cut.
- Cutting stroke rates should vary with the workpiece. Hard materials such as metals
require lower stroke rates, for softer materials use higher stroke rates.
- Check wood, chip boards, building materials etc. for foreign objects (nails, screws, etc.)
before sawing and remove them, if necessary.
- Position the pivoting footplate onto the surface of the work and saw through the work
applying uniform contact pressure of feed.
If the saw blade jams, switch off the tool immediately. Widen the saw cut with a suitable
tool and pull out the saw blade.
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12
Foot
Quick blade release clamp
Battery charge indicator
Hand grip
Trigger switch
Secondary hand grip
LED work light
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7.
UNPACKING & CHECKING
7.1 PACKAGING
Carefully remove the product from the packaging and examine it for any sign of damage
that may have happened during shipping. Lay the contents out and check them against the
parts shown on page 9. If any part is damaged or missing; please contact the Draper Help
Line (the telephone number appears on the Title page) and do not attempt to use the saw.
The packaging material should be retained at least during the guarantee period: in case
the machine needs to be returned for repair.
Warning! Some of the packaging materials used may be harmful to children. Do not leave
any of these materials in the reach of children.
If any of the packaging is to be thrown away, make sure they are disposed of correctly;
according to local regulations.
7.2 BARE MACHINE
This reciprocating saw is supplied without a battery, and without a charger. These optional
accessories are available, and are listed on page 14 of this manual.
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8.
SETTING THE CORDLESS RECIPROCATING SAW
8.1 BLADE INSTALLATION - FIGS. 1 - 2
FIG.1
Turn and hold the spring-loaded blade release
clamp counter-clockwise.
Insert the blade into the slot of blade clamp
.
Release the blade clamp to lock the blade.
Check that the blade is secure before operating
the saw.
WARNING: When changing a blade immediately
after operation, allow the blade to cool before
removing to avoid possible burning.
FIG.2
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7.
UNPACKING & CHECKING
7.1 PACKAGING
Carefully remove the product from the packaging and examine it for any sign of damage
that may have happened during shipping. Lay the contents out and check them against the
parts shown on page 9. If any part is damaged or missing; please contact the Draper Help
Line (the telephone number appears on the Title page) and do not attempt to use the saw.
The packaging material should be retained at least during the guarantee period: in case
the machine needs to be returned for repair.
Warning! Some of the packaging materials used may be harmful to children. Do not leave
any of these materials in the reach of children.
If any of the packaging is to be thrown away, make sure they are disposed of correctly;
according to local regulations.
7.2 BARE MACHINE
This reciprocating saw is supplied without a battery, and without a charger. These optional
accessories are available, and are listed on page 14 of this manual.
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8.
SETTING THE CORDLESS RECIPROCATING SAW
8.1 BLADE INSTALLATION - FIGS. 1 - 2
FIG.1
Turn and hold the spring-loaded blade release
clamp counter-clockwise.
Insert the blade into the slot of blade clamp
.
Release the blade clamp to lock the blade.
Check that the blade is secure before operating
the saw.
WARNING: When changing a blade immediately
after operation, allow the blade to cool before
removing to avoid possible burning.
FIG.2
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9.
6.
BASIC RECIPROCATING SAW OPERATION
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
6.1 IDENTIFICATION
9.1 SWITCH AND VARIABLE STROKE
RATE CONTROL - FIG. 5
FIG.5
Your reciprocating saw is equipped with a trigger
switch to turn the saw on and off, and to control
the speed.
-
To start the saw, press the trigger switch .
To stop the saw, release the trigger switch.
To vary the stroke rate, simply increase or
decrease the pressure on the trigger switch.
The tighter the trigger switch is pressed, the
higher the speed.
9.2 GENERAL CUTTING
WARNING: Before use, always check to see that the trigger is actuated properly and returns
to the off position when released.
WARNING: When sawing into walls or floors you may encounter electrical wiring. Sawing
into a “live” wire will cause electric shock. Always check with a metal/voltage detector that
there are no hidden hazards such as electrical cables, water or gas pipes running below the
surface.
Make sure the workpiece is firmly anchored. Clamp the workpiece to prevent slipping or
moving while cutting.
- Use the appropriate type and size of blade for the workpiece material and size.
- Check for clearance beyond the workpiece so the blade will not impact another surface.
- Mark the line of cut clearly. If cutting metal, apply cutting oil on the line.
- Depress the trigger switch to start the saw and bring it to maximum desired cutting
stroke rate before applying the blade to the workpiece.
- Do not force the tool. Place the shoe firmly on the workpiece while cutting. Use only
enough steady pressure on the blade to keep the saw cutting. Reduce pressure as the
blade comes to the end of the cut.
- Cutting stroke rates should vary with the workpiece. Hard materials such as metals
require lower stroke rates, for softer materials use higher stroke rates.
- Check wood, chip boards, building materials etc. for foreign objects (nails, screws, etc.)
before sawing and remove them, if necessary.
- Position the pivoting footplate onto the surface of the work and saw through the work
applying uniform contact pressure of feed.
If the saw blade jams, switch off the tool immediately. Widen the saw cut with a suitable
tool and pull out the saw blade.
-
12
Foot
Quick blade release clamp
Battery charge indicator
Hand grip
Trigger switch
Secondary hand grip
LED work light
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5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.4 INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHARGERS
AND BATTERIES.
1)
3)
Battery Chargers
a) Before charging, read the instructions.
b) For indoor use. Do not expose to rain.
c) Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries.
Battery
a) The battery must be removed from the appliance
before it is scrapped.
b) The appliance must be disconnected from the
supply mains when removing the battery.
c) The battery is to be disposed of safely.
d) Do not use non-rechargeable batteries.
e) Do not crush, open or burn the battery. Exposure
to potentially harmful materials may occur.
f) In case of fire use CO2 dry chemical extinguisher.
g) Do not expose to high temperatures >50°C. Cells
may degrade at high temperatures.
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
The battery must be charged by a constant
current, constant voltage transformer.
Charge battery regularly in conditions between
5°C to 45°C with the specified charger designed
for this battery.
Store in a dry, well ventilated area within the
recommended limits of 10°C to 30°C.
Do not use battery if it has been stored at 5°C or
less. Allow it to “normalise” at room temperature
before usage/changing.
During decommissioning remove the battery cell
for recycling separately to the product, which is
covered by the waste electrical and electronic
equipment directive. Insulate the terminals with
adhesive insulating tape to prevent a short circuit,
fire or explosion occurring.
9.
BASIC RECIPROCATING SAW OPERATION
9.3 PLUNGE CUTTING - FIGS. 6 - 7
WARNING: Plunge cutting is only suitable when
working softer materials such as wood or plaster
board! However, this requires a degree of practice
and is only possible with short saw blades.
- Place the tool via the pivoting footplate onto
the work piece and switch on. Pay attention
that the bottom side of the pivoting footplate
faces against the surface of the work piece.
- Slowly plunge the saw blade into the work
piece at an angle. After the saw blade
penetrates through the work piece, move the
tool to a vertical position and continue to saw
along the cutting line.
- Switch off the tool and remove it from the
work piece.
FIG.6
FIG.7
5.5 ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR RECIPROCATING TOOLS
1.
Reciprocating Saws:
- Always use in conjunction with a suitable dust extraction device.
- Always wear a dust mask and suitable eye protection.
5.6 CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY
9.4 FLUSH CUTTING - FIG. 8
Make sure the power supply information on the machine’s rating plate are compatible with
the power supply you intend to connect it to.
This appliance is Class II† and is designed for connection to a power supply matching that
detailed on the rating label and compatible with the plug fitted.
If an extension lead is required, use an approved and compatible lead rated for this
appliance. Follow all the instruction supplied with the extension lead.
†Double insulated
: This product requires no earth connection as supplementary insulation
is applied to the basic insulation to protect against electric shock in the event of failure of
the basic insulation.
NOTE: This information relates to the battery charging system for the Draper 10.8V cordless
range.
This product is supplied “bare” which means that it does not have a battery or charger
supplied. Those items are available separately from Draper Tools.
With the use of flexible bimetal saw blades,
projecting items (i.e. water pipes, etc.) can be
sawed off flush to the wall. Pay attention that the
saw blade always extends beyond the diameter of
the pipe being sawed. Danger of kickback.
Position the saw blade sidewards against the wall
and apply some lateral pressure via the tool so
that the edge of the pivoting footplate faces
against the wall. Switch the tool on and make the
cut, applying constant lateral pressure.
FIG.8
5.6 LITHIUM-ION MATERIAL DATA SHEET
a. As a substance under normal conditions of use it is not considered a hazard to health. In
the event of accidental release, measures to prevent spread must be adhered. Do not
contaminate rivers, waterways or drains.
b. Composition of lithium-manganese, lithium-cobalt and lithium salt as the organic solvent
electrolyte (nonaqueous liquid).
c. Hazardous Decomposition: None during normal operating conditions. If cell is ruptured
hydrogen fluoride and carbon monoxide may be released.
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10. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
5.
10.1 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
5.2 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR
BATTERY POWERED TOOLS &
CHARGERS
Stock No.
Part No.
Description
Quantity
16254
CB108LI
10.8V Battery
-
16255
C108LI
10.8V Charger
-
02313
RSB/MP
150mm Multi purpose cutting blade
5 piece
02314
RSB/MP
200mm Multi purpose cutting blade
5 piece
02315
RSB/MP
250mm Multi purpose cutting blade
5 piece
02316
RSB/MP
300mm Multi purpose cutting blade
5 piece
02309
RSB/M18
150mm HSS 18tpi metal cutting blade
5 piece
02310
RSB/M18
200mm HSS 18tpi metal cutting blade
5 piece
02311
RSB/M24
150mm HSS 24tpi metal cutting blade
5 piece
02312
RSB/M24
200mm HSS 24tpi metal cutting blade
5 piece
02305
RSB/W
150mm 6tpi Wood cutting blade
5 piece
02306
RSB/W
200mm 6tpi Wood cutting blade
5 piece
02307
RSB/W
250mm 6tpi Wood cutting blade
5 piece
02308
RSB/W
300mm 6tpi Wood cutting blade
5 piece
02299
RSB/WN
150mm 6tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02300
RSB/WN
200mm 6tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02301
RSB/WN
250mm 6tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02302
RSB/WP
150mm 10tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02303
RSB/WP
200mm 10tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
02304
RSB/WP
250mm 10tpi Wood & Nail cutting blade
5 piece
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HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
Good Working Practices/Safety
The following suggestions will enable you to observe
good working practices, keep yourself and fellow workers
safe and maintain your tools and equipment in good
working order.
WARNING!! LEAKING BATTERY PACKS
The electrolyte in the battery packs is corrosive, if a
battery pack is damaged and leaking, avoid
contact with the skin; if contact is made, flush
the area with running water, pat dry and seek
medical attention and advice at the earliest
opportunity, inform the medical service that the
contaminant was a "high alkaline, corrosive liquid". If the
electrolyte comes into contact with the eyes, flush with
copious amounts of water only, seek medical attention
immediately, relaying the information above.
WARNING!! KEEP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT OUT OF THE
REACH OF YOUNG CHILDREN
Battery Powered Tools
Workplace/Environment
Under no circumstances should CHILDREN be allowed in
work areas.
It is good practice to leave the tool and the battery pack
separated until work is about to commence; if this is not
practical do not carry tools around with fingers near the
trigger switch, and engage the stop-lock of the tool if one
is available. It is preferable to move small tools e.g. drills
and jigsaws to the work area in their carrying/storage
cases; if this is not possible it is advisable that you do not
mount the blades or drill bits into the tool until you reach
the work area (they make effective stabbing tools if you
trip or stumble).
If you are working from ladders or towers, ensure they are
securely fixed/braced, and always maintain a balanced,
comfortable working posture; do not over-reach, or
perform simian agility exercises to get the work done, the
extra time required to move the ladder or tower is a good
trade off against injuries sustained from a fall. Similarly
nonslip footwear and nonslip surfaces are a good
investment.
If the work you are carrying out is liable to generate flying
grit, dust, swarf or chips, wear the appropriate safety
clothing, goggles, gloves, masks etc - if the work
operation appears to be excessively noisy, wear
ear-defenders. If you wear your hair in a long style,
wearing a cap, safety helmet, hairnet, even a sweatband,
will minimise the possibility of your hair being caught up
in the rotating parts of the tool, likewise, consideration
should be given to the removal of rings and wristwatches,
if these are liable to be a hazard.
Do not work with cutting tools of any description if you
are tired, your attention is wandering or you are being
subjected to distraction. A deep cut, a lost finger tip or
worse, is not worth it!
Do not use the tools within the designated safety areas of
flammable liquid stores or in areas where there may be
volatile gases. There are very expensive, very specialised
tools for working in these areas, THESE ARE NOT THE
TOOLS FOR THESE AREAS.
Do not discard old batteries, or old cutting tools of any
description, into general rubbish; the cutting tools may
still be sharp enough to inflict an injury, and old batteries
if overheated or are part of rubbish that is to be disposed
of by burning, are an explosion hazard. Similarly, do not
dispose of old battery packs into clean water run-offs; if
they eventually leak, they will become a pollutant hazard.
Check that cutting tools are undamaged and are kept
clean and sharp, this will maintain their operating
performance and lessen the loading on the tool.
5.3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR
MAINS POWERED BATTERY
PACK CHARGERS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
The charger is for INDOOR use only.
Prior to plugging the charger in to the supply, check
that the plug and the cable are in good repair. If
either are damaged, have the defective item replaced
immediately by a suitably qualified person. If the
casing of the battery charger is damaged, it is good
policy to have the charger checked over by a suitably
qualified person.
Only use a correctly rated mains outlet to provide
power, do not plug into site generators, attach to
engine generators or D.C. sources. Do not use a mains
socket outlet that is not switched.
Only use the charger that was supplied with the
battery pack, and vice versa.
Do not attempt to charge battery packs that are too
hot (over 40ºC) or too cold (under 5ºC); if these
conditions apply set the battery aside to "normalise"
before proceeding with the charging operation.
Set up the charger and cable in a safe place where it
won't be knocked, tripped over, stepped on, etc. and
where it is well ventilated; make sure the ventilation
slots in the charger case are not obstructed, plug the
charger into the socket outlet.
Inspect the battery pack for damage; if it is
undamaged, plug it into the charger, ensuring the
correct orientation. (Most chargers and batteries have
'keys' etc, to make sure the battery is not inserted
incorrectly, if you are having to 'force' the battery
into the charger, the chances are you have it the
wrong way round, check and try again.)
Switch the charger on and check that the correct
indicators illuminate, allow the battery pack to charge
(see the specific instructions for your charger). Once
charging is complete, switch the charger off, remove
the battery pack and store, repeat the procedure if
you have more than one battery to charge. Note that
some RAPID chargers require a "rest" period between
charges, read the instruction manual concerning your
specific charger to see if this is the case. After
charging is complete, unplug the charger from the
socket outlet by pulling on the plug. Do not pull on
the cable. Store the charger in a dry secure place.
If, when the charger was switched on, the correct
indications did not occur, leave for two or three
minutes to allow the charger to stabilise; if the correct
indications occur, allow the charging cycle to proceed
as normal. If no indication appears at all, switch off,
remove the battery pack, unplug the charger, check
that the charger contacts and the battery contacts are
clean and repeat the process; if there is still no
indication, switch off, remove the battery pack,
unplug the charger and check the fuse. If the fuse is
blown, replace and repeat the process; if the fuse
blows again, or if the fuse was intact, attempt no
further action. Refer the charger to a suitably
qualified person for assessment/repair.
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5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.1 GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
General Power Tools Safety Warnings
WARNING: Read all instructions. Failure to follow
all instructions listed below may result in electric shock,
fire and/or serious injury.
Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.
The term “power tool” in the warnings refers to your
mains operated (corded) power tool or battery operated
(cordless) power tool.
1) Work area safety
a) Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or
dark areas invite accidents.
b) Do not operate power tools in explosive
atmospheres, such as in the presence of
flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power tools
create sparks which may ignite the dust or
fumes.
c) Keep children and bystanders away while
operating a power tool. Distractions can cause
you to lose control.
2) Electrical Safety
a) Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never
modify the plug in any way. Do not use any
adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power
tools. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will
reduce risk of electrical shock.
b) Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded
surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges and
refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric
shock if your body is earthed or grounded.
c) Do not expose power tools to rain or wet
conditions. Water entering a power tool will
increase the risk of electric shock.
d) Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for
carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool.
Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or
moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords
increase the risk of electric shock.
e) When operating a power tool outdoors, use an
extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a
cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of
electric shock.
f) If operating a power tool in a damp location is
unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD)
protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk
of electric shock.
3) Personal Safety
a) Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use
common sense when operating a power tool. Do
not use a power tool while you are tired or under
the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A
moment of inattention while operating power
tools may result in serious personal injury.
b) Use personal protective equipment. Always wear
eye protection. Protective equipment such as dust
mask, nonskid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing
protection used for appropriate conditions will
reduce personal injuries.
c) Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch
is in the off position before connecting to power
source and/or battery pack, picking up or
carrying the tool. Carrying power tools with your
finger on the switch or energising power tools
that have the switch on invites accidents.
d) Remove any adjusting key or wrench before
turning the power tool on. A wrench or a key left
attached to a rotating part of the power tool may
result in personal injury.
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e)
4)
5)
6)
Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and
balance at all times. This enables better control of
the power tool in unexpected situations.
f) Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or
jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves
away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery
or long hair can be caught in moving parts.
g) If devices are provided for the connection of dust
extraction and collection facilities, ensure these
are connected and properly used. Use of dust
collection can reduce dust related hazards.
Power Tool Use And Care
a) Do not force the power tool. Use the correct
power tool for your application. The correct
power tool will do the job better and safer at the
rate for which it was designed.
b) Do not use the power tool if the switch does not
turn it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be
controlled with the switch is dangerous and must
be repaired.
c) Disconnect the plug from the power source
and/or the battery pack from the power tool
before making any adjustments, changing
accessories, or storing power tools. Such
preventive safety measures reduce the risk of
starting the power tool accidentally.
d) Store idle power tools out of the reach of
children and do not allow persons unfamiliar
with the power tool or these instructions to
operate the power tool. Power tools are
dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
e) Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and
any other condition that may affect the power
tools operation. If damaged, have the power tool
repaired before use. Many accidents are caused
by poorly maintained power tools.
f) Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly
maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges
are less likely to bind and are easier to control.
g) Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc.,
in accordance with these instructions, taking into
account the working conditions and the work to
be performed. Use of the power tool for
operations different from intended could result in
a hazardous situation.
Battery tool use and care
a. Recharge only with the charger specified by the
manufacturer. A charger that is suitable for one
type of battery pack may create a risk of fire
when used with another battery pack.
b. Use power tools only with specifically designated
battery packs. Use of any other battery packs may
create a risk of injury and fire.
c. When battery pack is not in use, keep it away
from other metal objects, like paper clips, coins,
keys, nails, screws or other small metal objects,
that can make a connection from one terminal to
another. Shorting the battery terminals together
may cause burns or a fire.
d. Under abusive conditions, liquid may be ejected
from the battery; avoid contact. If contact
accidentally occurs, flush with water. If liquid
contacts eyes, additionally seek medical help.
Liquid ejected from the battery may cause
irritation or burns.
Service
a. Have your power tool serviced by a qualified
repair person using only identical replacement
parts. This will ensure that the safety of the
power tool is maintained.
11. MAINTENANCE
11.1 MAINTENANCE
Regular inspection and cleaning reduces the necessity for maintenance operations and will
keep your tool in good working condition. The motor must be correctly ventilated during
tool operation. For this reason avoid blocking the air inlets. If necessary, disconnect the
battery from the saw and vacuum the ventilation slots.
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12. TROUBLESHOOTING
4.
WARNING: For your own safety always remove the battery before carrying out any
maintenance or troubleshooting.
4.1 SCOPE
PROBLEMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
REMEDY
Saw does not
work
1. Flat battery
1. Charge battery
Saw does not
grip
1. Check blade clamp
1. Remove blade, fully open
clamp and re-insert blade.
2. Swarf in chuck
2. Clean inside clamp with
cleaning fluid
INTRODUCTION
This reciprocating saw is designed to cut wood, plastic and metal, including sheet materials,
branches/logs and window surrounds. It is intended for domestic and light commercial use
only. Any other application is considered misuse. This product requires a Draper Power
Interchange 10.8V battery (sold separately) to operate.
4.2 SPECIFICATION
Stock no. ............................................................................................................................. 17129
Part no. ............................................................................................................................ SS108SF
Battery required ..........................................................................................10.8V (not supplied)
Cutting capacities:
Wood ..................................................................................................................... 65mm
Mild Steel ................................................................................................................ 8mm
Plastic pipe .............................................................................................................. 50mm
Stroke length................................................................................................................... 14.5mm
Strokes per minute (no load) .................................................................................. 0-3000min-1
Sound pressure level ................................................................................................ 83.58dB(A)
Sound power level ................................................................................................... 94.58dB(A)
Vibration level ............................................................................................................. 13.78m/s2
Weight (saw only) ......................................................................................................... 1,072kg
4.3 HANDLING & STORAGE
Although this machine is small in size, care must still be taken when handling and lifting.
Dropping this machine will have an effect on the accuracy and may also result in personal
injury. This machine is not a toy and must be respected.
The environment will have a negative result on its operation if you are not careful. If the air
is damp, components will rust. If the machine is unprotected from dust and debris;
components will become clogged: And if not cleaned and maintained correctly or regularly
the machine will not perform at its best.
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3.
GUARANTEE
3.1 GUARANTEE
Draper tools have been carefully tested and inspected before shipment and are guaranteed
to be free from defective materials and workmanship.
Should the tool develop a fault, please return the complete tool to your nearest distributor
or contact Draper Tools Limited, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO53 1YF. England.
Telephone Sales Desk: (023) 8049 4333 or Product Help Line (023) 8049 4344.
A proof of purchase must be provided with the tool.
If upon inspection it is found that the fault occurring is due to defective materials or
workmanship, repairs will be carried out free of charge. This guarantee period covering
parts/labour is 12 months from the date of purchase except where tools are hired out when
the guarantee period is 90 days from the date of purchase. The guarantee is extended to 24
months for parts only. This guarantee does not apply to normal wear and tear, nor does it
cover any damage caused by misuse, careless or unsafe handling, alterations, accidents, or
repairs attempted or made by any personnel other than the authorised Draper warranty
repair agent.
Note: If the tool is found not to be within the terms of warranty, repairs and carriage charges
will be quoted and made accordingly.
This guarantee applies in lieu of any other guarantee expressed or implied and variations of
its terms are not authorised.
Your Draper guarantee is not effective unless you can produce upon request a dated receipt
or invoice to verify your proof of purchase within the guarantee period.
Please note that this guarantee is an additional benefit and does not affect your statutory
rights.
Draper Tools Limited.
13. EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
13.1 EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
Class II construction
(Double insulated).
WEEE
Do not dispose of Waste Electrical & Electronic
Equipment in with domestic rubbish
For indoor use only.
Do not expose to rain.
Li-ion battery must be recycled or disposed of properly.
Li-ion
Fuse protective device.
Reference to
‘Welding’
removed from
eye/face
protection icon
wording.
05/08/16 CH
Short-circuit-proof safety isolating transformer.
Polarity indication.
Warning!
Read instruction manuals before
operating and servicing this
equipment.
Warning!
Wear suitable eye/face
protection.
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14. DISPOSAL
2.
14.1 DISPOSAL
2.1 CONTENTS
PAGE CONTENT
- At the end of the machine’s working life, or when it can no longer be repaired, ensure
that it is disposed of according to national regulations.
- Contact your local authority for details of collection schemes in your area.
In all circumstances:
• Do not dispose of power tools with domestic waste.
• Do not incinerate.
• Do not abandon in the environment.
• Do not dispose of WEEE*
as unsorted municipal waste.
* Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment.
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CONTENTS
PAGE
1
TITLE PAGE
1.1
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................... 2
1.2
REVISION HISTORY........................................................................................... 2
1.3
UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUAL ................................................................... 2
1.4
COPYRIGHT NOTICE ......................................................................................... 2
2
CONTENTS
2.1
CONTENTS ........................................................................................................ 3
3
GUARANTEE
3.1
GUARANTEE ..................................................................................................... 4
4
INTRODUCTION
4.1
SCOPE ............................................................................................................... 5
4.2
SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................. 5
4.3
HANDLING & STORAGE ................................................................................... 5
5
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.1
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................... 6
5.2
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR BATTERY POWERED TOOLS & CHARGERS.... 7
5.3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAINS POWERED BATTERY PACK CHARGERS 7
5.4
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CHARGERS AND BATTERIES ........................................... 8
5.5
ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR RECIPROCATING TOOLS ............. 8
5.6
CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY ........................................................... 8
5.7
LITHIUM-ION MATERIAL DATA SHEET............................................................ 8
6
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
6.1
IDENTIFICATION .............................................................................................. 9
7
UNPACKING & CHECKING
7.1
PACKAGING...................................................................................................... 10
7.2
BARE MACHINE ................................................................................................ 10
8
SETTING THE CORDLESS RECIPROCATING SAW
8.1
BLADE INSTALLATION...................................................................................... 11
9
BASIC RECIPROCATING SAW OPERATION
9.1
SWITCH AND VARIABLE STROKE RATE CONTROL ......................................... 12
9.2
GENERAL CUTTING........................................................................................... 12
9.3
PLUNGE CUTTING............................................................................................. 13
9.4
FLUSH CUTTING................................................................................................ 13
10
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
10.1 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ................................................................................. 14
11
MAINTENANCE
11.1 MAINTENANCE................................................................................................. 15
12
TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................................................................... 16
13
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
13.1 EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS ........................................................................... 17
14
DISPOSAL
14.1 DISPOSAL .......................................................................................................... 18
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .....................................................................................ENCLOSED
3
1.
NOTES
TITLE PAGE
1.1 INTRODUCTION:
USER MANUAL FOR:
10.8V CORDLESS RECIPROCATING DRILL - BARE
Stock no. 17129
Part no. SS108SF
1.2 REVISIONS:
Date first published July 2016
As our user manuals are continually updated, users should make sure that they use the very
latest version.
Downloads are available from: http://www.drapertools.com/manuals
DRAPER TOOLS LIMITED
HURSLEY ROAD
CHANDLER’S FORD
EASTLEIGH
HAMPSHIRE
SO53 1YF
WEBSITE:
PRODUCT HELP LINE:
GENERAL FAX:
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+44 (0) 23 8049 4344
+44 (0) 23 8026 0784
UK
1.3 UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUALS SAFETY CONTENT:
WARNING!
Information that draws attention to the risk of injury or death.
CAUTION!
Information that draws attention to the risk of damage to the product or
surroundings.
1.4 COPYRIGHT © NOTICE:
Copyright © Draper Tools Limited.
Permission is granted to reproduce this publication for personal & educational use only.
Commercial copying, redistribution, hiring or lending is prohibited.
No part of this publication may be stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any other
form or means without written permission from Draper Tools Limited.
In all cases this copyright notice must remain intact.
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CONTACTS
- DRAPER TOOLS LIMITED,
Hursley Road, Chandler's Ford,
Eastleigh, Hampshire. SO53 1YF. U.K.
STORM
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
- Help Line: (023) 8049 4344
- Sales Desk: (023) 8049 4333
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- Service/Warranty Repair Agent
For aftersales servicing or warranty repairs, please
contact the Draper Tools Help Line for details of an
agent in your local area.
10.8V Cordless
Reciprocating Saw - Bare
Stock No.17129
Part No.SS108SF
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY TO ENSURE THE SAFE AND
EFFECTIVE USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
YOUR DRAPER STOCKIST
GENERAL INFORMATION
RDCH0816
drapertools.com
These instructions accompanying the product are the original instructions. This document is part of the product, keep it
for the life of the product passing it on to any subsequent holder of the product. Read all these instructions before
assembling, operating or maintaining this product.
This manual has been compiled by Draper Tools describing the purpose for which the product has been designed, and
contains all the necessary information to ensure its correct and safe use. By following all the general safety instructions
contained in this manual, it will ensure both product and operator safety, together with longer life of the product itself.
AlI photographs and drawings in this manual are supplied by Draper Tools to help illustrate the operation of the product.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this manual, the Draper Tools
policy of continuous improvement determines the right to make modifications without prior warning.