Vacuum Cleaner VC1310L VC2510L VC3210L
ENGLISH (Original instructions)
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Vacuum Cleaner
VC1310L
VC2510L
VC3210L
011586
IMPORTANT: Read Before Using.
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ENGLISH (Original instructions)
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
VC1310L / VC2510L / VC3210L
Countries
Voltage
Volt
Power consumption
Watt
Connected load
for appliance socket
PHILIPPINES
220
220 - 240
110 - 127
SAUDI ARABIA
INDIA
220 - 240
230 - 240
1050
1050
1050
1050
1050
Watt at
symbol mode
2200
2200
550
2200
2200
Watt at
symbol mode
2500
2500
850
2500
2500
3250
3250
1600
3250
3250
Total connected load
Watt
Model
VC1310L / VC2510L / VC3210L
Countries
Voltage
Volt
Power consumption
Connected load
for appliance socket
EGYPT
Watt
Watt at
Watt at
Total connected load
KUWAIT
UAE
230 - 240
220 - 240
1050
1050
symbol mode
1900
1650
symbol mode
2100
1900
2950
2700
Watt
Model
VC1310L
VC2510L
Volume flow (air)
2.0m3/min.
Vacuum
22 kPa
Protection class
1
Type of protection
IP X4 (splash-proof)
VC3210L
Dust
13L
25L
32L
Water
7L
14L
27L
Dimensions (L x W x H)
366 mm x 334 mm
x 420 mm
432 mm x 416 mm
x 451 mm
552 mm x 398 mm
x 685 mm
Net weight
9.6 Kg
10.5 Kg
14.5 Kg
Recoverable capacity
• Due to our continuing program of research and development, the specifications herein are subject to change without notice.
• Specifications may differ from country to country.
• Weight according to EPTA-Procedure 01/2003
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be collected separately and returned to
an environmentally compatible recycling
facility.
Symbols
The following show the symbols used for the equipment.
Be sure that you understand their meaning before use.
・ Read instruction manual.
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ENE016-1
Intended use
The tool is intended for collecting both wet and dry dust.
ENF001-1
Warning! The cleaner may contain
hazardous dust.
Never stand on the cleaner.
Power supply
The tool should be connected only to a power supply of
the same voltage as indicated on the nameplate, and can
only be operated on single-phase AC supply. This tool
should be grounded while in use to protect the operator
from electric shock. Use only three-wire extension cords
which have three-prong grounding-type plugs and
three-pole receptacles which accept the tool's plug.
Only for EU countries
Do not dispose of electric equipment
together with household waste material!
In observance of European Directive
2002/96/EC on waste electric and
electronic
equipment
and
its
implementation in accordance with
national law, electric equipment that
have reached the end of their life must
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ENB119-4
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VACUUM CLEANER SAFETY
WARNINGS
WARNING! IMPORTANT READ CAREFULLY all
safety warnings and all instructions BEFORE USE.
Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result
in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.
1.
Before use, make sure that this cleaner must
be used by people who have been adequately
instructed on the use of this cleaner.
2.
Only use the socket outlet on the cleaner for
purposes specified in the instructions.
3.
CAUTION! If foam/liquid comes out, switch off
immediately.
4.
Clean the water level limiting device regularly
and examine it for signs of damage.
5.
Do not use the cleaner without the filter.
Replace a damaged filter immediately.
6.
USE OF EXTENSION CORD. When using an
extension cord because of the great distance
to your power source, try to employ a cord that
is sufficiently thick but not too long, or cleaner
performance will be adversely affected. For
outdoor applications use an extension cord
suitable for outdoor use.
7.
VOLTAGE WARNING: Before connecting the
cleaner to a power source (receptacle, outlet,
etc.) be sure the voltage supplied is the same
as that specified on the nameplate of the
cleaner. A power source with voltage greater
than that specified for the cleaner can result in
SERIOUS INJURY to the operator as well as
damage to the cleaner. If in doubt, DO NOT
PLUG IN THE CLEANER. Using a power
source with voltage less than the nameplate
rating is harmful to the motor.
8.
AVOID UNINTENTIONAL STARTING. Be sure
switch is OFF when plugging in.
9.
Do not attempt to pick up flammable materials,
fire works, lighted cigarettes, hot ashes, hot
metal chips, sharp materials such as razors,
needles, broken glass or the like.
10. NEVER USE THE CLEANER IN THE VICINITY
OF GASOLINE, GAS, PAINT, ADHESIVES OR
OTHER HIGHLY EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES.
The switch emits sparks when turned ON and
OFF. And so does the motor commutator
during operation. A dangerous explosion may
result.
11. Never vacuum up toxic, carcinogenic,
combustible or other hazardous materials
such as asbestos, arsenic, barium, beryllium,
lead, pesticides, or other health endangering
materials.
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25.
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Never use the cleaner outdoors in the rain.
Do not use close to heat sources (stoves, etc.).
GUARD AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK. Prevent
body contact with grounded surfaces. For
example; pipes, radiators, ranges, refrigerator
enclosures.
Do not block cooling vents. These vents
permit cooling of the motor. Blockage should
be carefully avoided otherwise the motor will
burn out from lack of ventilation.
Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
DO NOT ABUSE CORD. Never carry the
cleaner by cord or yank it to disconnect from
receptacle. Keep cord away from heat, oil, and
sharp edges.
Do not fold, tug or step on the hose.
Stop the cleaner immediately if you notice
poor performance or anything abnormal
during operation.
DISCONNECT THE CLEANER. When not in use,
before servicing, and when changing
accessories.
Clean and service the cleaner immediately
after each use to keep it in tiptop operating
condition.
MAINTAIN THE CLEANER WITH CARE. Keep
the cleaner clean for better and safer
performance. Follow instructions for changing
accessories.
Inspect
cleaner
cords
periodically and if damaged, have repaired by
authorized service facility. Inspect extension
cords periodically and replace if damaged.
Keep handles dry, clean, and free from oil and
grease.
CHECK DAMAGED PARTS. Before further use
of the cleaner, a guard or other part that is
damaged should be carefully checked to
determine that it will operate properly and
perform its intended function. Check for
alignment of moving parts, binding of moving
parts, breakage of parts, mounting, and any
other conditions that may affect its operation.
A guard or other part that is damaged should
be properly repaired or replaced by an
authorized service center unless otherwise
indicated elsewhere in this instruction manual.
Have defective switches replaced by
authorized service center. Don’t use the
cleaner if switch does not turn it on and off.
REPLACEMENT PARTS. When servicing, use
only identical replacement parts.
STORE IDLE CLEANER. When not in use, the
cleaner should be stored indoors.
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36.
Be kind to your cleaner. Rough handling can
cause breakage of even the most sturdily built
cleaner.
Do not attempt to clean the exterior or interior
with benzine, thinner or cleaning chemicals.
Cracks and discoloration may be caused.
Do not use cleaner in an enclosed space
where flammable, explosive or toxic vapors
are given off by oil-base paint, paint-thinner,
gasoline, some mothproofing substances, etc.,
or in areas where flammable dust is present.
Do not leave the cleaner cord lying on the floor
after you have finished a cleaning job. It can
become a tripping hazard or may cause
damage to the cleaner.
Do not operate this or any tool while under the
influence of drugs or alcohol.
As a basic rule of safety, use safety goggles or
safety glasses with side shields.
Use a dust mask in dusty work conditions.
The appliance is not to be used by children or
persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction.
Young children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the cleaner.
Never handle plug cord or cleaner with wet
hands.
Use extreme caution when cleaning on stairs.
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
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WARNING:
Before plugging the cleaner, always make sure
that the cleaner is switched off. Plugging the
cleaner with the switch on may cause an
unexpected start resulting in serious personal
injury.
Switch action
1
2
1. Suction force
adjusting knob
2. Switch lever
011593
To start the cleaner, rotate the switch lever to the "I" side.
To stop it, rotate the switch lever to the "O" side.
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KEEP FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
2
1. Suction force
adjusting knob
2. Switch lever
011594
The suction power can be adjusted according to your
work need.
Suction power can be increased by turning the suction
force adjusting knob from the
symbol to the
symbol.
WARNING:
DO NOT let comfort or familiarity with product
(gained from repeated use) replace strict adherence
to safety rules for the subject product. MISUSE or
failure to follow the safety rules stated in this
instruction manual may cause serious personal
injury.
This cleaner is intended for commercial use, for example
in hotels, schools, hospitals, factories, shops, offices and
rental businesses.
Connecting electric power tools
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WARNING:
Observe the maximum connected loads for the
appliance socket (Refer to the SPECIFICATIONS.)
Make sure that both the cleaner and the electric
power tool are switched off before connecting or
disconnecting. Connecting the power tool to the
cleaner with both of them being switched on may
cause unexpected and sudden start resulting
serious personal injury.
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1
4
2
Auto-suction stop during suction operation
1. Cap
2. Power supply
cord
3. Suction force
adjusting knob
4. Switch lever
WARNING:
Do not use for a long time while the float is at
work. Using the cleaner with its float at work for a
long time can cause overheat, resulting in the
cleaner deformation.
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Do not pick up foam or soapy liquid. Picking up
foam or soapy liquid can cause foam to come out of
air exit before the float works. Continuing to using in
this condition may cause an electric shock and
breakage of the cleaner.
The cleaner has a float mechanism that prevents water
from immersing into the motor when picking up more
than a certain amount of water.
When the tank is full and the cleaner no longer picks up
water, switch off the cleaner and empty the tank.
•
011595
When connecting a grounded tool, insert a plug with a
grounding plate to the socket of the cleaner.
•
CAUTION:
Never connect an electric power tool with an input
power exceeding that specified in the "
SPECIFICATIONS " to the socket of the cleaner by
turning the suction force adjusting knob.
Connecting the electric power tool exceeding the
specified input power may cause overheat and
damage to the cleaner. Refer to the specifications
to avoid this.
Installing the holder
1. Holder
The cleaner can be connected to an electric power tool
up to input power shown in the " SPECIFICATIONS ".
To connect an electric power tool, open the cap and
insert the power tool plug into the socket of the cleaner.
1
011609
1
2
When connecting an electric power tool, secure the
power supply cord and hose using the holders at a 70 cm
- 80 cm distance among the holders that are provided
with the cleaner so that the hose is not entangled by the
power supply cord.
1. Suction force
adjusting knob
2. Switch lever
Usage of base hook
011594
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Rotate the switch lever to the " AUTO " position.
Move the suction force adjusting knob to the position
suitable for the input power of the electric power tool you
intend to use. Refer to the SPECIFICATIONS for the
relation between suction force adjusting knob and the
electric power tool input power.
Switching on and off of the connected electric power tool
simultaneously brings the cleaner switching on and off
action. The cleaner still works for a few seconds even
after the electric power tool is switched off.
After use, disconnect the power tool from the socket of
cleaner.
Switch off the cleaner after use.
CAUTION:
Be careful not to pinch your fingers when
closing the base hook. Failure to do so may
cause personal injury.
NOTE:
•
Do not apply an excessive force on the base hook.
The excessive force on the base hook may damage
the base hook. Close the base hook when not in
use.
Opening the base hook allows the following usage.
1.
Storing the power supply cord
NOTE:
•
Do not use the cleaner or a connected electric
power tool with a power supply cord wound on
the base hook. Using the cleaner or the connected
electric power tool with power supply cord may
cause damage the power supply cord.
5
Locking or unlocking the caster
1. Power supply
cord
2. Base hook
1
For Models VC1310L and VC2510L
1. Caster
2. Stopper lever
3. FREE position
4. LOCK position
2
3
011597
2.
Storing the front cuffs
Front cuffs 22, 24 and 38 can be stored (up to two at a
time.)
011611
1. Front cuffs
1
4
2
1
For Model VC3210L
1. Caster
2. Stopper lever
3. FREE position
4. LOCK position
011598
3.
3
1
Storing the hose
2
1. Hose
4
011615
To lock the caster with a stopper, lower the stopper lever
and the caster no longer will rotate. To release the caster
from the locked position, raise the stopper lever.
Locking the caster is convenient when storing the cleaner,
stopping the work on the way and keeping the cleaner
still.
To operate the stopper, move it by hand.
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011599
4.
Resting a reasonable size of electric power
tool for the base hook, such as circular saw.
NOTE:
•
When moving the cleaner, make sure that the
caster is unlocked. Moving the cleaner with the
caster in the locked position may cause damage to
the caster.
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ASSEMBLY
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CAUTION:
Always be sure that the cleaner is switched off and
unplugged before carrying out any work on the
cleaner.
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Installing the water filter
3
1
2
6
2
1. Water filter
2. Tank
3. Mounting position marking
3
011630
When installing the water filter on the tank, set it tight at
the opening of the tank so that the hook of the water filter
engages the tank opening firmly and there is no space
between the water filter and the tank.
Also, install the water filter so that the mounting position
marking can be aligned.
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5
NOTE:
•
Models VC2510L and VC3210L have no mounting
position marking and no need to align it.
1. Tank cover
2. Powder filter
3. Damper
4. Prefilter
5. Tank
6. Mounting position marking
Installing the paper pack
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011637
To pick up water or wet dust, remove prefilter and
damper and then use water filter.
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WARNING:
When using the paper pack, also use the prefilter
together that is preinstalled on the tool. Failure to
use the prefilter together may cause unusual noise
and heat, resulting in a fire.
CAUTION:
Never pick up water or other liquids or wet dusts
when using the paper pack. Picking up such things
may cause the paper pack breakage.
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011638
1.
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Remove the rubber holder.
1. Rubber holder
2.
Extend the paper pack.
1. Paper pack
2
3
1
1
011588
4
1. Press
2. Pipe holder
3. A section
4. Hooks
5. Tank cover
011589
3.
4.
5
Align the paper pack opening with the dust suction
opening of the cleaner.
Insert the cardboard of the paper pack onto the
tool so that it is positioned at the end beyond the
detent protrusion.
011605
Attach the pipe holder onto the cord hook. (The hooks
are away from the tank cover.)
Raise the pipe holder as far as the hooks contact the tank
cover and press the A section of the pipe holder.
Installing the pipe holder (optional accessory)
For Model VC1310L only
1. Press with a
force and lower
1. Cord hook
1
011606
1
Press the A section with a great force and with the A
section so pressed lower the pipe holder.
011604
Depress the cord hook as shown in the figure.
2
1
3
011607
8
1. Tank cover
2. Protrusion of the
pipe holder
3. Groove
011608
011590
Fit two protrusion of the pipe holder into the grooves of
the tank cover and then press down the pipe holder.
Insert the hose onto the mounting port of the tank and
turn it clockwise until it locks.
Installing polyethylene bag
1. Tank cover
2. Hook
1
Cleaner can also be used without polyethylene bag.
However, using polyethylene bag is easier to empty the
tank without letting your hands dirty.
1. Holder plate
2. Tank
1
2
011631
NOTE:
•
The pipe holder that is excessively lowered than
the intended position cannot be installed on the
cord hook with the hook away from the tank cover
as shown in the figure.
2
011591
Spread the polyethylene bag in the tank. Insert it
between the holder plate and the tank, and pull it to the
hose inlet.
1. Tank cover
2. Hook
1
2
1
1. Polyethylene
bag
2. Holder plate
3. Tank
2
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NOTE:
•
Make sure that the two hooks of the pipe holder are
hooked on the tank cover securely.
011592
Spread the bag around the top of the tank.
Hook up the other side of the bag around the top of the
tank so that the prefilter hook can catch and hold it
securely
Connecting a hose
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•
CAUTION:
Never force the hose for bending or stamp it. Never
move the cleaner by a hose. Forcing, stamping and
pulling the hose may cause a breakage or
deformation of the hose.
When picking up large wastes such as planer
carvings, concrete dusts or similars other than
small wastes, use the 38 mm inner diameter hose
(optional accessory). Using the 28 mm inner
diameter hose may cause a hose stuffing and
damage.
NOTE:
•
A polyethylene bag available on the market can be
used. The 0.04 mm or thicker one is recommended.
•
Too much dust will tear the bag easily, so do not
collect the dust more than the half of the bag
capacity.
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Emptying the polyethylene bag
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Installing powder filter
WARNING:
Always make sure that the cleaner is switched off
and unplugged before emptying the polyethylene
bag. Failure to do so may cause an electric shock
and serious personal injury.
1
CAUTION:
Do not apply a great impact on the powder filter and
tank. Applying a great impact may cause
deformation and damage to powder filter and tank.
Empty the tank at least once a day although this
depends on picked-up dust volume in the tank. Or,
the suction force will weaken and the motor may be
broken.
Do not grab the hook when emptying the tank.
Grabbing the hook may cause the hook to break.
1
2
6
2
3
4
1. Tank cover
2. Polyethylene
bag
3. Hook
5
3
1. Tank cover
2. Powder filter
3. Damper
4. Prefilter
5. Tank
6. Mounting position marking
011600
Unhook and lift up the tank cover.
011637
Place the prefilter in the tank.
Next, mount the damper on the powder filter and then
place it in the prefilter.
When installing powder filter and prefilter, the mounting
position marking on each of them are aligned with that
one at the top of the tank.
Finally, mount the tank cover.
NOTE:
•
Models VC2510L and VC3210L have no mounting
position marking and no need to align it.
•
Before using the powder filter, make sure that
prefilter and damper are always used together. It is
not allowed to install powder filter solely.
•
Before using the paper pack, make sure that
powder filter, damper and prefilter are always used
together.
011602
Shake off the dust from powder filter, damper and
prefilter and then take the polyethylene bag out of the
tank.
NOTE:
•
Take the polyethylene bag carefully out of the tank
so that the polyethylene bag cannot be caught and
torn by the protrusion inside the tank when
emptying it.
•
Empty the polyethylene bag before it becomes full.
Too much dust in the tank may cause the
polyethylene bag to be torn.
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Carrying the cleaner
For Models VC2510L and VC3210L
1. Handle
2. Head
1
1. Cord hook
2. Power supply
cord
2
1
011610
2
When carrying the cleaner, carry it by holding the handle
on the head as shown in the figure. The handle is
retractable at the head when not in use.
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MAINTENANCE
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1. Power supply
cord
2. Base hook
1
CAUTION:
Always be sure that the tool is switched off and
unplugged before attempting to perform inspection
or maintenance.
2
Storage of power supply cord
011634
Wind up the power supply cord around the base hook.
Storage of accessories
For Model VC1310L only
1
NOTE:
•
Do not apply an excessive force to the accessories
that are held by the pipe holder. Applying an
excessive force to these accessories may cause
damage to the pipe holder.
1. Cord hook
2. Power supply
cord
2
For Model VC1310L only
011633
1. Power supply
cord
2. Base hook
1
1
2
011597
Pull out the cord hook or open the base hook. Wind up
the power supply cord and hang it on the cord hook or
wind it around the base hook.
2
3
NOTE:
•
Do not force the power supply cord off the cord
hook when trying to disconnect it from there.
Forcing power supply cord to disconnect from the
cord hook may cause damage to the cord
1. Straight pipe
2. Corner nozzle
3. Pipe holder
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Pipe holder can be used to store straight pipe, bent pipe,
corner nozzle and similars by just inserting these
accessories.
1
011623
2
The pipes can be placed into the pipe holder when also
stopping using the cleaner on the way for a while.
1. Stopper
2. Pipe holder
Cleaning
011613
The pipes can be placed into the pipe holder when also
stopping using the cleaner on the way for a while.
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CAUTION:
Never use gasoline, benzine, thinner, alcohol or the
like. Discoloration, deformation or cracks may
result.
For Models VC2510L and VC3210L
1. Tank
2. Prefilter
1
2
011614
Clogged powder filter, prefilter and damper cause poor
suction performance.
Clean out the filters and dampers from time to time.
To remove dust or particles adhering to the filters, shake
the frame bottom quickly several times.
011622
Pipe rest can be used to store straight pipe, bent pipe
and others by just inserting these accessories.
011601
Occasionally wash the powder filter in water, rinse and
dry thoroughly in the shade before use. Never wash
filters in a washing machine.
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NOTE:
•
Do not rub and scratch the powder filter, the
prefilter or the damper with hard objects such as a
brush and a paddle.
•
The filters are consumable and are recommended
to have some spares for them.
To maintain product SAFETY and RELIABILITY, repairs,
any other maintenance or adjustment should be
performed by Makita Authorized Service Centers, always
using Makita replacement parts.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
CAUTION:
These
accessories
or
attachments
are
recommended for use with your Makita tool
specified in this manual. The use of any other
accessories or attachments might present a risk of
injury to persons. Only use accessory or
attachment for its stated purpose.
If you need any assistance for more details regarding
these accessories, ask your local Makita Service Center.
•
Hose
•
Front cuffs (22, 24, 38)
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Straight pipe
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Corner nozzle
•
Round brush
•
Powder filter (For dry type)
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Damper
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Prefilter
•
Nozzle assembly
•
Bent pipe
•
Polyethylene bag
•
Filter (For water)
•
Paper pack
•
Holder set
•
Pipe holder (for Model VC1310L only)
•
NOTE:
•
Some items in the list may be included in the tool
package as standard accessories. They may differ
from country to country.
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