1200W 210mm (8")

1200W 210mm (8")
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
909210TS
1200W
210mm (8" )
Ta bl e saw
CONTENTS
Description of symbols
Specifications
General safety instructions
Safety rules for laser lights
Additional safety rules for mitre saws
Accessories
Know your product
Unpacking
Transportation
Bench mounting
Release knob
Mitre table lock
Bevel lock
Bevel adjuster
Clamp assembly
Spindle lock button
Rotating lower blade guard
Dust bag
Attaching the side bars
Turning on and off
Turning on the laser line generator
Setting the table square with the blade
Setting the fence square with the table
Changing a blade
Cross-cutting Bevel cut
Compound mitre cut
Adjusting the laser line
Using the laser line generator
Maintenance
Power cord maintenance
Cleaning
General inspection
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Description of symbols
Introduction
The rating plate on your tool may show symbols.
These represent important information about the
product or instructions on its use.
Wear hearing protection.
Wear eye protection.
Wear breathing protection.
Your new 909 power tool will more than satisfy
your expectations. It has been manufactured under
stringent 909 Quality Standards to meet superior
performance criteria.
You will find your new tool easy and safe to operate,
and, with proper care, it will give you many years
of dependable service.
CAUTION. Carefully read through this entire Instruction
Manual before using your new 909 Power Tool. Take
special care to heed the Cautions and Warnings.
Your 909 power tool has many features that will make
your job faster and easier. Safety, performance, and
dependability have been given top priority in the
development of this tool, making it easy to maintain
and operate.
Double insulated for additional protection.
onforms to relevant standards
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for electromagnetic compatibility.
For safe operation read instruction manual.
Specifications
Environmental protection
Recycle unwanted materials instead
of disposing of them as waste. All tools,
hoses and packaging should be sorted,
taken to the local recycling centre and
disposed of in an environmentally safe way.
Voltage: 230 – 240Vac ~ 50Hz
Power Rating: 1200W
No Load Speed: 4800RPM
Maximum Cutting Depth at 90°: 48mm
Maximum Cutting Depth at 45°: 45mm
WARNINGS
It may be more difficult to see the laser line in conditions of
bright sunshine and on certain surfaces.
Saw Blade: Ø210mm x Ø16mm bore x 2.6mm
Saw Blade Type: TCT (Tungsten Carbide Tipped)
Bevel Capacity: 0 – 45°
Dust Extraction Port: Ø36mm
Table Size: Without Extension Tables:
525mm x 400mm
With Extension Tables:
525mm x 620mm
Net Weight: 14kg
Note. Do not use a blade that is thinner than the riving
knife. Do not use a blade that is thicker than 3.5mm.
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General safety rules
f) To reduce the risk of electric shock, the manufacturer
recommends the use of a residual current device
with a rated residual current of 30mA or less at
all times.
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,
non-skid 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.
e) 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.
WARNING. Read all safety warnings and all instructions.
Failure to follow the warnings and instructions 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 mainsoperated (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 electric 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.
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i) Children should be supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the appliance.
5) 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.
4) 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 tool’s
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 those intended could result in a hazardous situation.
h) This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
Additional safety rules for table saws
WARNING. The use of an accessory or attachment, other
than those recommended in this Instruction Manual, may
present a risk of personal injury.
The tool must be used only for its prescribed purpose.
Any use other than those mentioned in this Manual will
be considered a case of misuse. The user and not the
manufacturer shall be liable for any damage or injury
resulting from such cases of misuse.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for any changes made
to the tool nor for any damage resulting from such changes.
Even when the tool is used as prescribed it is not possible
to eliminate all residual risk factors. The following hazards
may arise in connection with the tool’s construction and
design:
• Contact with the saw blade in the uncovered saw zone.
• Reaching into the running saw blade (cut injuries).
• Kickback of work pieces and parts of work pieces.
• Saw blade fracturing.
• Catapulting of faulty carbide tips from the saw blade.
• Damage to hearing if effective earmuffs are not worn.
• Harmful emissions of wood dust when the machine is
used in closed rooms.
• Do not use saw blades, which are deformed or cracked.
• Do not use saw blades made of High Speed Steel (HSS).
• Do not use any abrasive wheel unless the machine is
designed for that purpose.
• Do not use saw blades that do not comply with the
characteristics specified in this instruction manual.
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• Do not stop the saw blade by using lateral pressure on
the side of the saw blade.
• Do not lock the moveable guard in the open position and
always ensure that it is working properly, freely dropping
to fully cover the teeth of the blade.
• Always remove the plug from the mains socket before
making any adjustments or maintenance, including
changing the blade.
• If the cordset is damaged take the saw to an authorised
service centre for repair or replacement
• Never attempt any repairs yourself, always take it to an
authorised service centre for repair or parts replacement.
• Keep the saw table and your workplace clean of wood
scrap and any unnecessary objects.
• Keep the area free of tripping hazards.
• Persons working with the machine should not be
distracted.
• Note the direction of rotation of the motor and saw blade.
• After you have switched off the motor, never slow down
the saw blade by applying pressure to its side.
• Fit only blades which are well sharpened and have no
cracks or deformations.
• The machine is to be operated only with a saw blade
from a reputable supplier.
• Faulty saw blades have to be replaced immediately.
• Never use saw blades, which do not comply with the data
specified in this manual.
• Make sure that the arrow on the saw blade complies with
the arrow marked on the machine.
• Never dismantle the machine’s safety devices or put
them out of operation.
• Damaged or faulty safety devices have to be replaced
immediately.
• Never cut a work piece, which is too small to hold
securely.
• If you are interrupted when operating the saw, complete
the process and switch off before looking up.
• Periodically check that all nuts, bolts and other fixings are
properly tightened.
• Do not store materials or equipment above a machine in
such a way that they could fall into it.
• Always ensure that your work is on the table. Never use
the tool to cut pieces that are not on the table.
Additional safety rules for saws
• Always pull the plug out of the power socket before
adjusting or servicing the machine.
• Give these safety regulations to all persons who work on
the machine.
• Do not use this saw to cut firewood.
• CAUTION! Hands and fingers may be injured on the
rotating saw blade.
• Before you use the machine for the first time, check that
the voltage marked on the rating plate is the same as
your mains voltage.
• If you need to use an extension cable, make sure its
conductor cross-section is large enough for the saw’s
power consumption. Minimum cross-section: 1.0mm2.
• Do not use or leave the saw in the rain and never use it
in damp, humid, or wet conditions.
• Provide good lighting.
• Never saw near combustible liquids or gases.
• Wear suitable work clothes! Loose garments or jewellery
may become caught up in the rotating saw blade.
• Operators have to be at least 18 years of age. Trainees
of at least 16 years of age are allowed to use the
machine under supervision.
• Keep children and infirm people away from the machine
when it is connected to the power supply.
• Check the power cord. Never use a faulty or damaged
power cord.
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• The machine may be used in closed room only in
conjunction with a suitable vacuum extraction system.
• This table saw must be connected to a 230–240V socketoutlet with a minimum 10A circuit.
• Never use the cord for any purpose other than that for
which it is intended!
• Adopt a firm standing position and keep your balance at
all times.
• Check the tool for signs of damage!
• Before you use the tool it is imperative to check that
its safety devices and any slightly damaged parts are
working properly and in the way intended.
• Check that the moving parts work properly and do not
jam or whether any of the parts are damaged. All parts
must be fitted correctly and satisfy all conditions for the
tool to work properly.
• Unless otherwise stated in these instructions, damaged
safety devices and parts must be repaired or replaced by
an authorised service facility.
• Have damaged switches replaced by an authorised
service facility.
• This tool complies with the pertinent safety regulations.
Repairs are to be carried out only by qualified electricians
at authorised service centres, using original replacement
parts. The user may suffer an accident if this condition is
not observed.
• Rebating or grooving should not be carried out unless
suitable guarding, such as a tunnel guard, is fitted above
the table saw.
• Saws shall not be used for slotting (stopped groove)
WARNING. We recommend the use of a residual current
device with a residual current rating of 30mA or less.
Wear goggles
Wear earmuffs
Wear a breathing mask
• Do not place your hands in awkward positions where one
or both may slip suddenly and touch the saw blade.
• When working with a long work piece, use an additional
support such as a saw table to prevent the blade from
grabbing the work.
• When cutting round wood, use clamps that prevent the
work piece from turning on the table.
• There must be no nails or other foreign bodies in that part
of the work piece you want to cut.
• Always stand to the side of the saw blade when working
with the saw.
• Never load the machine so much that it slows down and
over-heats.
• Never saw several work pieces simultaneously.
• Use the push stick provided with the tool when cutting
along or across narrow work pieces.
• Never remove loose splinters, chips or jammed pieces of
wood when the saw blade is running.
• To rectify faults or remove jammed pieces of wood, always
switch off the machine first and remove the mains plug!
• Adjustments, measurements and cleaning jobs are to be
performed only when the motor is switched off and the
mains plug removed!
• Before you switch on the machine, check that all
wrenches and adjustment tools have been removed.
• When you leave your workplace, switch off the motor and
pull out the power plug.
• All guards and safety devices have to be refitted
immediately after completion of any repairs or
maintenance.
• It is imperative to observe the accident prevention
regulations in force in your area as well as all other
generally recognised rules of safety.
• Switch on the dust extraction system each time you use
the machine.
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Accessories
WARNING! For your own safety read instruction manual
before operating mitre saw. Wear eye protection. Keep
hands out of path of saw blade. Do not operate saw without
guards in place. Do not perform any operation freehand.
Never reach around saw blade. Turn off tool and wait for
saw blade to stop before moving workpiece or changing
settings. When changing the blade, replace and secure all
guarding to its original position and correctly before starting
tool. Disconnect power (or unplug tool as applicable) before
changing blade or servicing. Do not expose to rain or use in
damp locations. To reduce the risk of injury, return carriage
to the full rear position after each crosscut operation.
The tool must be used only for its prescribed purpose.
Any use other than those mentioned in this Manual will
be considered a case of misuse. The user and not the
manufacturer shall be liable for any damage or injury
resulting from such cases of misuse.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for any changes made
to the tool nor for any damage resulting from such changes.
Even when the tool is used as prescribed it is not possible
to eliminate all residual risk factors. The following hazards
may arise in connection with the tool’s construction
and design:
• Damage to the lungs if an effective dust mask is not worn.
• Damage to hearing if effective earmuffs are not worn.
The 909210TS Table Saw is supplied with the following
accessories as standard:
• 24T Blade (fitted)
• Rip Fence
• Mitre Guide
• Blade Guard
• Push Stick
• Saw blade key
• Flange Key
The table saw is designed for the cutting of timber and
plastic commensurate with the machine’s size. The machine
is not to be used for cutting firewood. The machine is to be
used only for its prescribed purpose. Any use other than
that mentioned will be considered a case of misuse. The
user/operator and not the manufacturer shall be liable for
any damage or injury resulting from such cases of misuse.
The machine is to be operated only with suitable saw
blades, which includes all TCT blades. It is prohibited to use
any High-Speed Steel blades in this machine.
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Know your product
Before using the table saw, familiarise yourself with all the
operating features and safety requirements.
1. Table top
2. Switch
3. Riving knife
4. Extension table
5. Fence
6. Fence locking knob
7. Mitre gauge
8. Blade guard
9. Dust extraction
10.Blade depth
adjustment wheel
11. Blade bevel adjustment knob
12. Blade bevel locking knob
13. Table extension legs
19. Push stick
20. Saw blade
21. Extension table locking knob
22. Blade spanners
23. Extension table lugs
24. Overload protection device
25. Fence extension
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Unpacking
Assembling the side support extension table
CAUTION. Always pull out the mains power plug before
carrying out any maintenance, conversion or assembly work
on the table saw.
Fitting the side support extension table:
1. Push the round rods through the side holes of the table.
2. Make sure the rods go right through the legs.
Due to modern mass production techniques, it is unlikely
that your 909 Power Tool is faulty or that a part is missing.
If you find anything wrong, do not operate the tool until the
parts have been replaced or the fault has been rectified.
Failure to do so could result in serious personal injury.
1.Remove all loose parts from the carton.
2.Remove the packing materials from around the saw.
3.Carefully lift the saw from the carton and place it on a
level work surface.
Before using the machine
WARNING. Before connecting a tool to a power source
(power point receptacle, outlet, etc.) be sure that the voltage
supply is the same as that specified on the nameplate of
the tool. A power source with a voltage greater than that
specified for the tool can result in serious injury to the user,
as well as damage to the tool. If in doubt, do not plug in
the tool. Using a power source with a voltage less than the
nameplate rating is harmful to the motor.
The machine has to be adjusted so that the height of the
uppermost tip of the blade is just higher than the work piece.
All the guards and safety devices have to be properly fitted
before the machine is switched on.
It must be possible for the saw blade to run freely.
When working with wood that has been processed before,
watch out for foreign bodies such as nails or screws etc.
Remove any such foreign bodies.
Before you actuate the On/Off switch, make sure that the
saw blade is correctly fitted and that the machine’s moving
parts run smoothly.
WARNING. If you have any doubts, get an expert from an
authorised service centre to help you set up the table saw.
It is too dangerous to guess the procedure.
3. Push the extension table
lugs (23) into the end of
the rods then screw these
into place.
4. Slide the side table to the
desired distance.
5. Pull down the legs. Make
sure the table saw is on a
level surface and is stable.
6. Once the side table is at the
desired distance, use the lock knobs to lock in place.
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Note. A vacuum extraction system such as a household
vacuum cleaner can be connected to the port at the rear of
the blade guard (9).
6. To remove the saw blade guard, proceed in reverse
order.
CAUTION. The saw blade guard (8) must be in position at
all times to prevent contact with the blade. It should lift up
and onto the work piece when the work piece is passed
through the saw.
Fitting and removing the saw blade guard
and dust extractor
Adjusting the fence
Cutting width
1. Use the fence when making longitudinal cuts.
2. The fence can be fitted to either side of the table top (1).
3. Loosen the fence locking knob (6) and slide the fence to
the required side and make sure the metal plates are on
the underside of the table
at both ends.
4. Re-tighten the fence
locking knob (6).
1. To remove the guard (8), take off the wing nut and screw,
then lift off the guard.
2. To replace the guard (8), fit it over the riving knife (3) so
that the hole in the guard and the hole in the riving knife
are aligned.
3. Insert the screw and fit the wing nut.
4. Tighten the wing nut sufficiently so that the guard rests
on the table top (1) but will lift when the work piece is
pushed into the blade.
Note. The blade guard (8) should return to its rest position
after the work piece has been sawn.
5. A vacuum extraction system can be connected to the
outlet of the vacuum extraction.
Note. If this is the only dust extraction method employed,
seal off the second outlet of the dust extraction.
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Using the mitre gauge
Using the fence on the left side
1. You can use the scale on the table top to set the fence
so that the work piece is sawn to the required size, this is
only a guide.
2. Loosen the fence locking knob (6) and set the left edge of
the fence bracket (5) to the required width on the scale.
3. Tighten the fence locking knob (6) to clamp the fence
in position.
1. Slide the mitre gauge (7)
into the slot of the table
top (1)
2. Slacken the knurled knob
on the mitre gauge.
3. Turn the mitre gauge until
the arrow points to the
required angle.
4. Re-tighten the knurled
knob.
5. For cutting a large work
piece, you can use the
fence rail from the fence
assembly to extend the
mitre gauge.
IMPORTANT. Do not push
the fence too far towards
the saw blade. The distance
between the fence and the
saw blade should be about
20mm.
Using the push stick
1. The push stick is screwed
to the the left side of the
table saw. To use the push
stick simply unscrew it from
the frame of the table saw.
Using the fence on the right side
4. Loosen the fence locking knob (6) and set the right edge
of the fence bracket (5) to the required width on the scale.
5. Tighten the fence locking knob (6) to clamp the fence
in position.
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Checking the correct 90° blade angle
Adjusting the riving knife
CAUTION. Switch off the machine and remove the
mains power plug before carrying out any adjustments,
maintenance work or blade changes.
1. Set the saw blade to maximum cutting depth, move it to
the 0° position and lock it in place with the blade bevel
locking knob (12).
2. Remove the saw blade guard (8).
3. Remove the 8 screws holding the table insert in place
and remove the plastic insert.
4. Using a 4mm allen key (not supplied) loosen off the riving
knife set screws .
5. Tighten the set screws
with the riving knife 3-5mm
away from the blade teeth.
6. Ensure all screws are tight
when reassembling. Insert
the plastic insert and tighten
the screws.
The blade should be set at 90°.
1. Wind the blade to its maximum height.
2. Remove the guard. Also ensure the unit is unplugged.
3. Using a set square hold this against the blade side.
4. If the scale is slightly out adjust the angle marking with a
screwdriver.
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Switching on and off
Adjusting the cutting depth
1. To Turn the unit ON, lift the
red stop knob up, and lift
the yellow cover.
2. To start the unit depress
the Green button. To Stop
the unit either depress the
red button on the main
switch or depress the Red
knob on the front.
1. Set the saw blade to the
required cutting depth by
turning the blade depth
adjustment wheel (10)
2. Turning the wheel anticlockwise increases the
cutting depth.
3. Turning the wheel
clockwise decreases the
cutting depth.
Adjusting the angle of cut
1. Slacken the blade bevel locking knob (12).
2. Turn the blade bevel adjustment knob (11) until the
indicator points to the required angle on the scale.
3. Securely tighten the blade bevel locking knob (12).
The unit is fitted with an over
load protection device. If the
overload is initiated, Switch
the unit OFF at the mains,
wait for the unit to cool down.
Inspect for any damage.
Switch the unit back ON.
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Making longitudinal cuts
Cutting a narrow work piece
IMPORTANT. After each new adjustment it is advisable to
carry out a trial cut in order to check the set dimensions.
After switching ON the saw, wait for the blade to reach
its maximum speed before commencing with
the cut.
Take extra care when starting the cut.
1. Longitudinal cuts involve cutting through a work piece
along its full length.
2. One edge of the work piece is pressed against the fence
while its flat side rests on the table top.
3. The saw blade guard must always be operational and
cover the work piece.
4. When making longitudinal cuts you must always stand to
one side of the cutting line.
5. Set the fence to suit the required width.
6. Switch ON the saw.
7. With your fingers together, place your hands flat on the
work piece and push the work piece along the fence into
the saw blade.
8. Guide the work piece at the side with your left hand only
as far as the front edge of the guard hood.
9. Always push the work piece through to the end of the
riving knife.
10. Leave the off-cuts on the saw table until the saw blade
has stopped again.
11. Secure a long work piece against sagging at the end of
the cutting operation
(e.g. with a roller table
or similar device).
12. Use the push stick for
guiding the work piece if
your hand gets to within
125mm (5”) of the
saw blade.
Longitudinal cuts in a work piece smaller than 125mm (5”)
in width must always be made with the help of the push
stick.
WARNING. Worn or damaged push sticks must be replaced
immediately.
Cutting an extremely narrow work piece
Longitudinal cuts in an extremely narrow work piece with a
width of 30mm or less must always be made with the help
of a push block.
In these cases it is better to use the lower guide surface of
the fence.
WARNING. Worn push stick (blocks) must be replaced
without delay.
Making bevel cuts
1. Always use the fence when cutting bevels.
2. Set the saw blade to the required angle.
3. Set the fence to suit the width and height of the work
piece.
4. Carry out the cut in accordance with the work piece width.
Making cross cuts
1. Push the mitre gauge into one of the two slots of the saw
table and set to the required angle. If you also want to set
the saw blade at an angle, use the slot, which prevents
your hand and the mitre gauge coming into contact with
the saw blade.
2. Use the fence rail if
required or if necessary.
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4. Use a small 8mm
open-ended spanner to
hold the spindle fast.
5. Use a second 19mm
spanner to undo the blade
nut by turning in an anticlock-wise direction (right
hand thread).
3. Press the work piece firmly against the mitre gauge.
4. Switch ON the saw.
5. Push the mitre gauge and the work piece toward the
saw blade in order to make the cut.
IMPORTANT. Always hold the guided part of the work
piece. Never hold that part of the work piece, which is
being cut off.
Always push the mitre gauge far enough forward for the
work piece to be cut through completely.
Switch off the saw again. Wait for the saw blade to stop
before you remove the off-cuts.
Replacing the saw blade
CAUTION. Switch off the machine and remove the
mains power plug before carrying out any adjustments,
maintenance work or blade changes.
1. Turn the blade depth adjustment wheel (10) until the saw
blade is at the maximum cutting depth.
2. Remove the 4 screws from the side panel.
6. Remove the nut and outer flange and then take the blade
from the shaft.
7. Carefully clean the saw blade flange before you fit the
new or re-sharpened saw blade.
8. Insert and secure the saw blade in reverse order.
3. Remove the 4 screws from
the blade cover side panel,
and angle the pin from the
track. Put to one side.
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Cleaning
CAUTION. Take note of the running direction. The cutting
edge of the teeth has to point in the running direction, i.e.
forward (see the arrow on the saw blade and guard).
11. Re-fit and re-set the riving knife and the saw blade
guard.
12. Before using the saw again, check that all safety
devices are in good working order.
IMPORTANT. After replacing the saw blade, make sure the
saw blade runs freely by turning the blade by hand.
13. Plug the machine into a mains socket and run the saw
at no load before using it to cut any materials.
1.Keep the tool’s air vents unclogged and clean at all times.
2.Remove dust and dirt regularly. Cleaning is best done
with a soft brush or a rag.
3.Re-lubricate all moving parts at regular intervals.
4.Never use caustic agents to clean plastic parts.
CAUTION. Do not use cleaning agents to clean the
plastic parts of the saw. A mild detergent on a damp cloth is
recommended.
General inspection
Regularly check that all the fixing screws are tight. They
may vibrate loose over time.
Maintenance
1. Keep the tool’s air vents unclogged and clean at all times.
2. Remove dust and dirt regularly. Cleaning is best done
with a rag or a soft brush. Wear safety glasses whilst
brushing away dust and dirt.
3. Re-lubricate all moving parts at regular intervals.
4. Never use caustic agents to clean plastic parts.
CAUTION. Do not use cleaning agents to clean the plastic
parts of the saw. A mild detergent on a damp cloth is
recommended. Water must never come into contact with
the saw.
Repairs
Only an authorised service centre should replace the
cordset or drivebelt or effect other repairs. If the cordset
is damaged or worn, have it repaired or replaced by an
authorised service centre.
The unit is fitted with an over load protection device. If the
overload is initiated, Switch the unit OFF at the mains, wait
for the unit to cool down. Inspect for any damage. Switch
the unit back ON.
Power cord maintenance
If the supply cord needs replacing, the task must be carried
out by the manufacturer, the manufacturer’s agent, or an
authorised service centre in order to avoid a safety hazard.
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