ers v o C All ® ess r p Ex els d o M © 2009 Equalizer Industries, Inc. Revision 1/19/2015 www.equalizer.com WARRANTY INFORMATION All Equalizer® auto glass removal tools are warranted for one year to be free of factory defects. Warranty does not apply to abuse, misuse, or normal wear and tear. Warranty also does not apply to accessories or damage caused where repairs have been made or attempted by unauthorized persons. We will repair or replace, at our option, any defective part. Tools are repaired and sent back the same day they are received. If you feel your tool is covered under warranty or simply need to send it in for repair, send the entire tool, including battery, blades & sheath to: EQUALIZER INDUSTRIES, INC. ATTN: Repair Department 2611 OAKMONT DRIVE ROUND ROCK, TEXAS 78665 Equalizer Industries, Inc., reserves the right to refuse to repair, at our expense, any tool which has not been properly maintained as specified in the Users Guide. Particularly important are the following: 1. KEEP THE BLADES SHARP!!!!! This is the one thing most technicians WILL NOT do and it WILL damage the tool. 2. USE A CUTTING LUBRICANT. 3. USE HIGH HEAT GREASE TO PROTECT THE SHEATH AND BLADE SHAFT. 4. DO NOT HIT THE PINCHWELD. THIS WILL DESTROY THE DRIVE MECHANISM OF YOUR TOOL. If you have any questions about your tool, call us toll free at 800.334.1334, fax us at 512.388.4188 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com EQUALIZER® SERIAL NUMBER KEEP THIS FOR YOUR RECORDS Table Of Contents Equalizer® Blades & Sheath............................................................. 4-7 Cutting Method..................................................................................... 8 Safety Information................................................................................ 9 SR1418360 • 360°.......................................................................... 10-11 120-Volt Powered HHT2013 • Black-Ops™.......................................................................12 120-Volt Powered LDT204 •StingRay™..............................................................................13 120-Volt Powered SP1416 • Equalizer® Air.......................................................................14 Air-Powered (Pneumatic) ATV2012 • Ambush™.................................................................... 15-16 20-Volt Battery Powered EBD838 • Big Dawg™.................................................................... 17-21 36-Volt Battery Powered Battery Clip Installation.............................................................................................................22 Parts Diagrams.............................................................................. 23-35 All Models Notes Page...................................................................................... 36-38 Warranty Registration Form............................................................39 © 2009 Equalizer Industries, Inc. All content including photographic or illustrated images and text descriptions that are displayed within this guide are the sole property of Equalizer Industries, Inc. Any reproduction is prohibited without the express written consent of Equalizer Industries, Inc. BLADES BFE1400 • Express® Blade 3" Wide, 10" Long Equalizer® Express® Blades The BFE1400 is the most used size and is perfect for slicing through wide bands of urethane. It works well in all places where you plunge cut or angle cut. The BFE1401 blade is perfect for removing glass that is not broken. Its narrow width is more flexible, which EHB145 • Express® HydroBlade™ puts less stress on the glass. The LBE1402 work well 1-1/2" Wide, 10" Long where the urethane is far below the glass, but there is a limited amount of vertical space inside the vehicle. The LBE1403 blade is perfect for removing glass that is not broken. Its narrow width is more flexible, which puts less stress on the glass. The RLE1404 work well where the urethane is very deep below the dash. The Equalizer™ Express® HydroBlades™ are the same as our standard Express® Blades but they have a series of small dimples stamped on the side of the blade that rides against the urethane. These dimples are designed to carry cutting lubricant into the urethane that is being cut by the blade. With each stroke the blade picks up cutting lubricant on the outside of the urethane and deposits it inside the urethane allowing for each additional stroke of the blade to slide easily through the urethane. Besides making the blade cut easier they also lengthen the tool life and reduce vibration because of the reduced friction on the blade. These blades can also be used with our Express® Blade Handle. Made in the USA. With Proper Care & Maintenance, All Equalizer® Blades Can Last Up To 50 Removals Standard Blade HydroBlade™ BFE1401 • 1-1/2” Wide, 10” Long LBE1403 • 1-1/2” Wide, 12” Long BFE1400 • 3” Wide, 10” Long LBE1402 • 3" Wide, 12" Long RLE1404 • 3” Wide, 14” Long EHB145 • 1-1/2” Wide, 10” Long EHL146 • 1-1/2” Wide, 12” Long EHB186 • 3" Wide, 10" Long EHL187 • 3" Wide, 12" Long EHE160 • 3" Wide, 14" Long Equalizer® Express® Specialty Blades Serrated For An Even Better Cut! Some areas require side-to-side cutting. This is more common around very radical curves in the glass, and in vehicles that have corners with EHF173 • HydroBlade™ • 10” Long a sharper-than-90° angle. It can be difficult to get all the way up into these corners with a square-end blade, but with the round tip it will reach up into the corner and cut the urethane. This blade can also be used with our Express® Blade Handle. Equalizer® Express® Spacer Blades Some vehicles have a moulding with a piece of metal inside. Mouldings with metal inserts can be difficult to EHS174 • HydroBlade™ • 1-1/2” W, 10” L cut, but by using the Express® Spacer Blade cutting these is a breeze. Also, many encapsulated glasses have a very EHS175 • HydroBlade™ • 3” W 10” L dense encapsulation material that is difficult to cut. To save unbroken glass these blades are designed to hold the blade below the moulding and prevent the blade from cutting into the encapsulation. A permanently attached, selfSide View lubricating nylon spacer lets the blade move easily back and forth while holding the blade under the lower lip of the moulding or encapsulation. These blades can also be used with our Express® Blade Handle. 4 BLADES Equalizer® Quarter Glass & Corner HydroBlades™ Serrated For An Even Better Cut! Many quarter glasses come to a sharp point in the back and can be difficult to remove. The narrow blades are designed to reach into those difficult areas and cut the urethane. They are also very useful on those vehicles that have corners with sharp angles. The blades are flexible to allow the tool to be held outside the quarter glass opening while cutting inside. Each blade is designed for a specific side of the vehicle. The wide blade is designed to accommodate the quarter glasses and corners that are not as pointed. These blades can also be used with our Express® Blade Handle. Made in the USA. HQS176 • Passenger Side 1-3/8" Wide, 12" Long HQS177 • Driver Side 1-3/8" Wide, 12" Long HQW178 • Passenger Side 2" Wide, 12" Long HQW179 • Driver Side 2" Wide, 12" Long Equalizer® Piranha™ This is a new spin on the tried and true design of the orignal HydroBlade™. The Equalizer® Piranha™ blade uses the same cutting technology as the orignal HydroBlade™ but also incorporates serration on a portion of each side of the blade, making cutting from left to right and right to left much easier. These blades can also be used with our Express® Blade Handle. Made in the USA. PHB169 • 3" Wide, 10" Long PHB174 • 3” Wide, 12” Long PHB175 • 3” Wide, 14” Long There is a difference in how the Piranha blade performs versus our standard HydroBlade™. When using the Piranha™ blade the serrations cause the blade to pull you into your cut and guide you. This blade is more agressive than the standard HydroBlade™ and must be used with a lubricant! When used correctly it is very effective. BLADE SHARPENING Sharpening The Blade Keep your blades sharp! This is crucial for effective cutting action and tool longevity. A dull blade will destroy the drive mechanism in your Equalizer® Every ten removals Between each removal auto glass cut-out knife. Sharpen the blade between each removal with an SFE329 Blade Sharpener. Be careful to maintain the original sharpening angle. Every ten removals, re-sharpen the blade on a bench grinder. Keeping a sharp blade will help the tool cut faster, will reduce vibration, increase the life of the tool, and reduce fatigue for the user. Most tool damage is caused because the blade has not been kept sharp. Equalizer® does not warranty tools in these cases. CAUTION Discard the blade when it has been sharpened down to the line that says: DO NOT SHARPEN BELOW THIS LINE. Using a blade past this point will eliminate the flexibility of the blade, damage the tool & VOID WARRANTY! 5 SHEATH ES1406 About The Equalizer® Express® Sheath... The sheath is the unique, patented idea that allows the Equalizer® auto glass cut-out knives to use a flexible blade and still have the strength to cut the toughest urethane. Equalizer® Express® Blades come in longer and shorter sizes, but there is only one size sheath and it fits all Equalizer® tools that utilize Express® Blades. The sheath provides protection for the dash and interior vehicle parts. To keep the sheath cool we recommend that you periodically apply a light film of High Heat Grease (Equalizer® Part# 4237) to the blade part that is inside the sheath. Changing The Sheath The sheath is not adjustable! The four top screws are secured in place with Loctite® to prevent loosening from vibration, and are not meant to be removed unless you are replacing the sheath. Please be aware that some force may be required to remove these screws. If difficulty is encountered, to prevent stripping of the screws we recommend warming the sheath retainer with a heat gun or other warming device and follow these steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. Loosen the screws with a 3/16” hex wrench. Make note of the built-in sheath stop located at the back of the sheath holder. Remove the old sheath. Insert the new sheath until it touches the stop, but DO NOT insert the sheath past the stop! 6 DAMAGED BLADES & SHEATH Damaged Blades Damage to blades can be caused by forcing the tool to cut faster rather than letting it cut at its own pace. Damage can also be caused by not using a cutting lubricant, not properly maintaining a sharp edge on the blade, and by hitting metal clips, rivets, and the pinchweld when cutting. Damaged blades can cause excess vibration making your tool harder to control. When you have a damaged blade resharpen to maintain a sharp straight edge. Not doing so will VOID WARRANTY! Damaged Sheath Worn out sheaths must be replaced. If not replaced, the blade will not flex properly which will result in damage to your tool and VOID WARRANTY! WARRANTY INFORMATION All Equalizer® auto glass removal tools are warranted for one year to be free of factory defects. Warranty does not apply to abuse, misuse, or normal wear and tear. Warranty also does not apply to accessories or damage caused where repairs have been made or attempted by unauthorized persons. We will repair or replace, at our option, any defective part. Tools are repaired and sent back the same day they are received. Equalizer Industries, Inc., reserves the right to refuse to repair, at our expense, any tool which has not been properly maintained as specified in the Users Guide. Particularly important are the following: 1. KEEP THE BLADES SHARP!!!!! This is the one thing most technicians WILL NOT do and it WILL damage the tool. 2. USE A CUTTING LUBRICANT. 3. USE HIGH HEAT GREASE TO PROTECT THE SHEATH AND BLADE SHAFT. 4. DO NOT HIT THE PINCHWELD. THIS WILL DESTROY THE DRIVE MECHANISM OF YOUR TOOL. 7 CUTTING METHOD Before You Begin Cutting... Spray the entire cutting area and blade with plenty of water. Lubrication is vital for maximum cutting ease. Failure to use water increases cutting friction and will cause tool damage. Periodically spray the blade with water. To prevent rust caused by water droplets, place a few drops of oil into the sheath every day and allow it to run down into the blade holder. Start cutting from the inside top center of the glass and cut toward the A-pillars. Keep the blade properly orientated and flat against the glass. Reverse and cut from the top center of the glass toward the other A-pillar. Relax and let the tool do the work. After the sides are loose, cut the bottom of the glass loose, utilizing one or a combination of two cutting methods. Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 1. The plunge cut. Cut straight down, move over three inches and repeat this process until finished cutting. Figure 2. The angle cut. Turn the tool at roughly a 45-degree angle and cut along the bottom until finished. The plunge cut Figure 3 In some cases, you can work from the outside of the vehicle as shown in Figure 3. 8 The angle cut SAFETY INFORMATION 1. Always wear safety glasses and safety gloves when using any Equalizer® auto glass cut-out knife. 2. Do not activate Equalizer® tools until they are in the cutting position. Disengage the tool and let it stop before taking it out of the urethane. 3. The blade is sharp and can cut even when the tool is not running. 4. Do not force the tool. Put light forward pressure on the tool. Let it do the work. 5. Consider your work environment. Do not use or expose power tools to rain or damp weather. 6. Do not lay tool on the dash, the blade and sheath can be hot after use and could scorch the dash. 7. Unplug from electric source before servicing and when changing accessories. 8. Stay Alert!! Watch what you are doing. Use common sense. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY OF THE TOOLS IN THIS USER GUIDE, PLEASE CONTACT... 2611 Oakmont Drive Round Rock, Texas 78665 Telephone: 512.388.7715 Toll Free USA & Canada: 800.334.1334 FAX: 512.388.4188 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.equalizer.com 9 Equalizer® 360 120-Volt Electric Users Guide SR1418360 The Equalizer® 360 120-Volt tool is a multipurpose auto glass removal tool, designed primarily for inside use on bonded auto glass parts. It may be used outside on A-pillars for windshields of some vehicle models, and on all broken tempered parts. The blade shaft is enclosed in a sheath which protects interior car parts. Most of the cutting is accomplished on the end of the blade, therefore the operator utilizes upper torso muscles, making the tool easy to operate and ergonomically friendly. The Equalizer® 360 120-Volt tool’s specific blade stroke length and dynamic two-way cutting power slices through the toughest urethane adhesive with ease. Head Rotates 360° One of the great features of the Equalizer® 360 is the ability to rotate the head so you can get into confined or awkward spaces. To rotate the head, pull the release latch back and twist the front barrel. The head will rotate and lock in 45° increments. Because of it's unique design, it can be swiveled 360˚ around (without turning it backwards) to get back to the standard configuration. 10 Reciprocating Oscillating When set to reciprocating the blade will move in a straight back and forth direction. When set to oscillating the blade moves back and forth and as it reaches the end of it's stroke it moves up slightly as it reciprocates. Besides the in and out thrusting this gives some sideways cutting ability to the blade. Changing The Blade To put a blade in the tool, the blade latch must be rotated 90°. You can rotate the blade latch with your finger, fingernail, or a straight screwdriver. Put a blade into the tool until it stops. Push in lightly on the blade and rotate the blade latch until the blade drops into place. Release the blade latch and it will rotate back in the opposite direction locking the blade in place. WARNING • Before changing a blade the tool should be disconnected from the power source. • Do not hold the tool by the aluminum foot assembly as this may result in your fingers being pinched by the moving blade holder. The proper way to hold the tool is to hold the front part by the rubber boot. 11 Equalizer® Black-Ops™ 120-Volt Electric Users Guide HHT2013 The Equalizer® Black-Ops™ 120-Volt tool is a powerful addition to the Equalizer® line of Auto Glass Removal tools. It has a compact design measuring only 14.5” in length for easy access to tight areas and more flexibility of applications. It’s also lightweight at only 6.5 lbs and has an ergonomic design with a soft grip handle and boot area to provide additional comfort and reduce vibration. The powerful 10 Amp motor drives the blade at up to 2,800 strokes per minute and will cut through the thickest of urethane with ease. It also has a quick blade release that allows you to change the blade without any tools. Changing the Blade The blade is installed by lifting the quick connect lever, fully inserting the shaft of the blade into the sheath, and pressing the quick connect lever back down. WARNING Before changing a blade the tool should be disconnected from the power source. 12 Equalizer® Express® StingRay™ 120-Volt Electric Users Guide LDT204 The Equalizer® Express® StingRay™ has an ergonomic design for ease of use. The plunger floats on a series of ball bearings and the blade is driven by a floating pin bearing system. This allows more of the power of the StingRay™ to be applied directly to the blade. The low profile of the handle gives you clearance no matter which direction you are cutting. A rotating speed control gives a wide range of speeds from 500 to 3200 strokes per minute. It has a quick blade release that allows you to change the blade without any tools. Rotate blade latch approximately 45° Changing The Blade To put a blade in the tool, the blade latch must be rotated approximately 45°. You can rotate the blade latch with your finger, fingernail, or a straight screwdriver. Put a blade into the tool until it stops. Push in lightly on the blade and rotate the blade latch until the blade drops into place. Release the blade latch and it will rotate back in the opposite direction locking the blade in place. WARNING Before changing a blade the tool should be disconnected from the power source. 13 Equalizer® Air Air-Powered (Pneumatic) Users Guide SP1416 We recommend using a filter, airline pressure regulator, and lubricator mounted as closely as possible to the tool. The Equalizer® Air is a multipurpose auto glass removal tool, designed primarily for inside use on bonded auto glass parts. It may be used outside on A-pillars for windshields of some vehicle models, and on all broken tempered parts. The blade shaft is enclosed in a sheath which protects interior car parts. Most of the cutting is accomplished on the end of the blade, therefore the operator utilizes upper torso muscles, making the tool easy to operate and ergonomically friendly. The Equalizer® Air’s specific blade stroke length and cutting power slices through the toughest urthane adhesive with ease. WARNING Do Not Exceed 90 psi when using this tool! Doing so could damage the tool and/or accessories and VOID WARRANTY! Changing the Blade A hex screw holds the blade in place. Loosen the screw and pull the blade out of the sheath. Insert a new blade and tighten the screw. The blade retaining screw is accessible through the side of The Equalizer® Air base. 14 Equalizer® Ambush™ 20-Volt Battery Powered Users Guide ATV2012 The Equalizer® Ambush™ 20-Volt cordless tool is a multipurpose auto glass removal tool, designed primarily for inside use on bonded auto glass parts. It may be used outside on A-pillars for windshields of some vehicle models, and on all broken tempered parts. The blade shaft is enclosed in a sheath which protects interior car parts. A heavy-duty 20-Volt motor provides the power to quickly remove the most difficult glass and with the convenience of the battery, there is no need to worry about finding an electrical outlet or extension cords. It has a rubber over molded comfort grip that allows for optimal comfort and control and a quick release blade clamp that makes it fast and easy to change blades on the fly. Changing the Blade The blade is installed by lifting the quick connect lever, fully inserting the shaft of the blade into the sheath, and pressing the quick connect lever back down. Caution Use Only DeWalt DCB205 batteries! There are several off-the-shelf batteries that will fit the Equalizer® Ambush™ but it is only made to operate with the DCB205 battery. The DeWalt battery feeds electricity to the motor and runs it backwards so that it will stop quickly. Other batteries can also feed too much electricity into the switch and cause the drive mechanism to unwind. Whereas others may not send enough electricity which can lead to the switch being destroyed. Use of other batteries will VOID WARRANTY! 15 Important Instructions For Your Equalizer® 20-Volt Battery & Charger Battery Use and Care Upon receiving your Equalizer™ Ambush Tool or 20-Volt replacement battery, you will need to FULLY charge your 20-Volt battery before use. about 1 Hour. A fully charged battery should remove about three (entire) windshields or about ten (bottom only) cut-outs. DO NOT slam the battery into the Equalizer® tool. Gently slide the battery into the tool until you hear it “click” into place. Removal expectations depend on a number of factors including weather, thickness of urethane, age of urethane, size of windshield, & operator skill. Colder weather conditions will get only about 50% of the expected cut-outs. DCB101 - 120-Volt AC Charger Fig. 1 The DCB101 battery charger is designed to use standard household 120-Volt AC 60 Hz power. The use of other power sources like, but not limited to, those that convert DC to AC is not recommended and will destroy the internal circuitry of the DCB101 charger. If you do not use standard household 120-Volt AC, 60 Hz power then only use a true sine wave inverter. DCB119 - 12-Volt Automotive Charger The DCB119 battery charger is designed to plug into the cigarette lighter or power point of a vehicle and use 12-Volt DC power. Do not use AC power. The use of any other power source, such as a device to convert AC to DC power, is not recommended and may cause serious damage to the circuitry of the DCB119 charger. Charging Procedure 1. Plug the charger into an appropriate power outlet. 2. Insert the battery pack into the charger, as shown in Fig. 1, making sure the pack is fully seated in the charger. The red (charging) light will blink continously, indicating that the charging process has started. 3. The battery pack will be fully charged in about 1 hour. The completion of charge will be indicated by the red light remaining ON continuously. The pack is fully charged and may be used at this time or left in the charger. Please note: In colder weather conditions, the battery will charge at about 1/2 the normal rate. 16 Equalizer® Big Dawg™ 36-Volt Battery Powered Users Guide EBD838 The Equalizer® Big Dawg™ 36-Volt cordless tool is a multipurpose auto glass removal tool. Designed primarily for inside use on bonded auto glass parts, but it may be used outside on A-pillars for windshields of some vehicle models, and on all broken tempered parts. The blade shaft is enclosed in a sheath which protects interior car parts. Most of the cutting is accomplished on the end of the blade, therefore the operator utilizes upper torso muscles, making the tool easy to operate and ergonomically friendly. The Equalizer® Big Dawg™ 36-Volt cordless tool’s specific blade stroke length and cutting power slices through the toughest urethane adhesive with ease. Changing the Blade The blade is installed by lifting the quick connect lever, fully inserting the shaft of the blade into the sheath, and pressing the quick connect lever back down. 17 Important Instructions For Your Equalizer® Big Dawg™ 36-Volt Battery & Charger The DC9000 charger is designed to charge the EBD838 battery in approximately 1 hour. This charger requires no adjustment and is designed to be as easy as possible to operate. Simply plug in your charger, place your battery pack into the receptacle, and it will automatically charge the pack. DCB361 DC9000 Charging Procedure 1. 2. Plug the charger into an appropriate outlet before inserting the battery pack. Insert the battery pack into the charger. The charger is equipped with a three-light fuel gauge that will blink according to the state of charge of the battery pack. The completion of charge is indicated by the three red lights remaining ON continuously. The pack is fully charged and may be used at this time or left on the charger. Charger Diagnostic This charger is designed to detect certain problems that can arise with the battery packs or the charger. Problems are indicated by the three red lights flashing together in different patterns. 18 PROBLEM POWERLINE When the charger is used with some portable power sources such as generators or inverters, the charger may temporarily suspend operation. The three red lights will flash together with two fast blinks followed by a pause. This indicates that the power source is out of limits. BAD BATTERY The charger can detect a weak or damaged battery. The three red lights will flash together with rapid blinking. The battery will no longer charge and should be properly discarded or returned to Equalizer if you feel it is still under warranty. BAD CHARGER The charger will detect if it is not functioning properly. The three red lights will flash together with one fast blink followed by a long blink. The charger will no longer work and should be returned to Equalizer for service or replacement. LEAVING THE BATTERY IN THE CHARGER The charger and battery pack can be left connected with the red lights glowing indefinitely. The charger will keep the battery pack fresh and fully charged. This charger features an automatic tune-up mode which balances the individual cells in the battery pack to allow it to function at peak capacity. Battery packs should be tuned up weekly or whenever the battery no longer delivers the same amount of work. To use the automatic tune-up mode, place the battery pack in the charger and leave it in for at least 8 hours. Important Charging Notes 1.Longest life and best performance can be obtained if the battery pack is between 65°F and 75°F (18° - 24°C). Do Not charge the battery pack in anair temperature below +40°F (+4.5°C) or above +105°F (+40.5°C). This is important and will prevent erious damage to the battery pack. 2. The charger and battery pack may become warm to the touch while charging. This is a normal condition, and does not indicate a problem. To facilitate the cooling of the charger or battery pack after use, avoid placing them in a warm environment. 3.If the battery pack does not charge properly: a. Check current at receptacle by plugging in another appliance that you know works. b. Check to see if receptacle is connected to a light switch which turns power off when you turn the lights out. (continued...) 19 c. Move the charger and battery pack to a location where surrounding air temperature is approximately 65°F and 75°F (18° - 24°C). d. If charging problems persist, send the tool, battery pack and charger back to Equalizer for evaluation. 4. The battery pack should be recharged when it fails to produce sufficient power on jobs which were easily done previously. DO NOT continue to use under these conditions. Follow the charging procedure. You may also charge a partially used pack whenever you desire with no adverse affects on the battery pack. 5. Foreign materials of a conductive nature such as, but not limited to, steel wool, aluminum foil, or any buildup of metallic particles should be kept away from charger cavities. Always unplug the charger from the power supply when there is no battery pack in the cavity. Unplug charger before attempting to clean. 6. Do not freeze or immerse charger in water or any other liquid. WARNING: Shock hazard. Do not allow any liquid to get inside charger. Caution: Never attempt to open the battery pack for any reason. If the plastic housing of the battery pack breaks or cracks, pack it properly and return it to Equalizer. Important: Do not incinerate the battery pack even if it is severely damaged or is completely worn out. The battery pack can explode in a fire. Toxic fumes and materials are created when lithium ion battery packs are burned. Do not charge or use battery in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust. Inserting or removing the battery from the charger may ignite the dust or fumes. If battery contents come into contact with the skin, immediately wash the area with a mild soap and water. If the battery liquid gets into the eyes, rinse water over the open eye for 15 minutes or until irritation ceases. If medical attention is needed, the battery electrolyte is composed of a mixture of liquid organic carbonates and lithium salts. 20 How to Install Battery Clip for Equalizer® Big Dawg™ Step 2: Place clip on handle Step 1: Remove screws to release handle Step 3: Slide the clip all the way down on the handle Step 4: Close the handle Step 5: Finished Big Dawg™ with battery clip installed 21 Important Safety Information About the Battery and Chargers When using Equalizer® battery powered tools, the following are basic safety precautions that should be followed to reduce risk of fire, electrical shock and personal injury: • Do not incinerate the battery pack even if it is severely damaged or is completely worn out. The battery pack can explode in a fire. • A small leakage of liquid from the battery pack cells may occur under extreme usage or temperature conditions. This does not indicate a failure. However, if the outer seal is broken and this leakage should get on your skin... 1. Wash quickly with soap and water. 2. Neutralize with mild acid such as lemon juice or vinegar. 3. If battery liquid gets into your eyes, flush them with clean water for a minimum of 15 minutes and seek immediate medical attention. (Medical Note: The battery electrolyte is a mixture of liquid organic carbonates and lithium salts. ) • Never attempt to open the battery pack for any reason. If the plastic housing of the battery pack breaks or cracks, immediately discontinue use and do not recharge. • Do not carry extra, charged battery packs in aprons, pockets, or tool boxes along with other metal objects. Battery pack could be short circuited, causing damage to the battery pack and possibly causing severe burn or fire. All Equalizer® Tool Kits come with an Instructional DVD. The instructional DVD shows proper use, cutting methods, and tips for all Equalizer® power tools. 22 ILLUSTRATED PARTS DIAGRAMS FOR SR1418360 Equalizer® 360 ATV2012 Equalizer® Ambush™ HHT2013 Equalizer® Black-OpsTM EBD838 Equalizer® Big DawgTM LDT204 Equalizer® Sting Ray™ SP1416 Equalizer® Air 23 24 2760 2761 2762 2749 2763 2759 2756 2755 2753 2754 ES1406 2751 2752 Model: SR1418360 25 1 set 1 Sheath Clamp Screws (set of 4) Complete Sheath Clamp Assembly (includes 2750, 2751, & ES1406) Gear Case includes All Internal Parts Gear Case Cover Boot Drive Motor Assembly Brushes (set of 2) Swivel Lock Release Replacement Handles (3-pieces) Swivel Lock Electric Cord Lock Electric Cord Equalizer® Express® Sheath 2751 2752 2753 2754 2755 2756 2759 2760 2761 2762 2763 ES1406 Strokes Per Minute 0-3,000 Equalizer® 360 Specifications: Power Source 120-Volts Watts 1560 Watts Amps 13 Amp. Weight 10 lbs. 1 set Speed Control Dial (2757) & Switch (2758) (Can be ordered seperately if needed) 2749 1 1 1 1 1 set 1 1 set 1 1 1 Quantity Description Part No. 26 2613 2611 2615 2608 2612 2610 2609 2616 2614 Model: HHT2013 ES1406 HT2013S 2831 27 Power Cord With Protective Cover Equalizer® Express® Sheath 2616 ES1406 Equalizer® Black-Ops™ Specifications: Power Source 120-Volts Output 1200 Watts Amps 10 Amp. Weight 6.5 lbs. Strokes Per Minute 0-2,800 Brush Set 2615 1 1 1 set 1 Complete Sheath Clamp Assembly (includes: 1-pc. sheath clamp, 2831 screws, HT2013S screws and ES1406 sheath) 1 1 2614 Drive Motor Assembly (includes drive motor cover) 2611 1 1 set Blade Release 2610 1 1 Switch With Lead Wires Gear Case Cover Boot 2608 2609 1 set Replacement Handle Set Gear Case includes all internal parts and gear case plate HT2013S 1 set Quantity 2613 Base Mounting Screws (Set of 3) 2831 2612 Description Sheath Clamp Screws (Set of 4) Part No. 28 2834 Model: LDT204 2835 2570 2836 2836 4108 2830SET 2831 ES1406 29 2831 2834 2835 2836 2570 4108 ES1406 2830SET Part No. Strokes Per Minute 500-3,200 Equalizer® Express® StingRay™ Specifications: Power Source 120-Volts Watts 840 Watts Amps 7 Amp. Weight 7 lbs. Description Gear case with sheath clamp & Motor, Housing & Speed Control Blade retainer screws (set of 4) Handle Set Switch Brushes (set of 2) Cord Protector Cord & Plug Equalizer® Express® Sheath 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Quantity 30 4151 I-1415 I-1414 4228 2716 ES1406 4200A I-3058 GV1163 GU1162 2717 I-1416 Model: SP1416 31 Strokes Per Minute 0-2,800 Equalizer® Air Specifications: Power Source Air PSI 90 psi CFM 8 cfm Weight 4 lbs. 1 1 1 Gasket (Not Pictured) ® I-3126 ® 1/4” NPT Quick Coupler (Does Not Come With Tool) 1 GU1162 Motor Assembly / Drive Unit I-1416 1 1/4” NPT Male Type Plug (Does Not Come With Tool) Sheath Clamp I-1415 1 GV1163 Plunger Cover I-1414 4 1 10 x 32 x 1/4 Blade Holder Screws 4200A 1 Equalizer Express Sheath 1/4 x 20 x 3/8 Blade Retaining Screw 4228 8 ES1406 Sheath and Head Retainer Screws 4151 1 1 Rear Head Assembly 2717 1 Drive Bearing Plunger Assembly (invcludes blade holder and all screws) 2716 Quantity I-3058 Description Part No. 32 I-2907 I-2904 (set) Model: ATV2012 I-2908 I-0510 2655 2712 2653 2670 2654 I-6341 2651 I-0500 2652L 2652S ES1406 33 1 set Drive motor assembly Blade Release Latch Housing Screws (6 large, 1 small) 20V replacement handle set (includes barrel and 2 handles) Switch & Lead Wires Lock Latch Complete sheath clamp assembly (includes 2-pc sheath clamp, 2651 and 2652 screws, & ES1406 sheath) Brushes (set of 2) 20-Volt Battery 120-Volt Charger Sheath Torsion Spring 2655 2670 2712 I-2904 I-2907 I-2908 I-0500 I-0510 DCB205 DCB101 ES1406 I-6341 Equalizer® Ambush™ Specifications: Power Source 20-Volts Output 20-Volt Battery Weight 6 lbs. Strokes Per Minute 0-2,800 1 Gear case cover boot 2654 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 set 1 set 1 1 1 1 1 Base mounting screw 2 Gear case includes all internal parts & gear case plate 2652S 1 set Quantity 2653 Base mounting screws 2651 2652L Description Sheath clamp screws (set of 4) Part No. 34 2807 2806 Model: EBD838 2808 2803 I-0510 2804 2654 2653 2801 2652S ES1406 I-0500 2652L 2651 35 1 set Lock Latch Lead Wires (1 with 40 amp fuse and 1 without) Torsion Spring 2808 2803 I-6341 Strokes Per Minute 0-3,200 Equalizer® Big Dawg™ Specifications: Power Source 36-Volts Output 36-Volt Battery Fuse 40 Amp. Weight 9 lbs. 1 Equalizer® Express® Sheath ES1406 1 1 1 1 36-Volt Battery 1 120-Volt AC 36-Volt Battery Charger I-0500 1 1 set DC9000 Complete Sheath Clamp Assembly (includes: 1-pc. sheath clamp, 5651 screws, 2652 screws and ES1406-sheath) 2807 1 set 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 set Quantity DCB361 36-Volt Switch Replacement Handle Set (includes drive motor cover and both handles) 2806 Brushes (set of 2) 2654 I-0510 Gear Case Cover Boot 2653 Blade Release Gear Case includes all internal parts and gear case plate 2652L Drive Motor Assembly Base Mounting Screw 2652S 2804 Base Mounting Screws 2651 2801 Description Sheath Clamp Screws (set of 4) Part No. ATV2012 EBD838 2611 OAKMONT DRIVE ROUND ROCK, TEXAS 78665 )_________________________________________________ Warranty Registration Now Available Online! Visit www.equalizer.com and click on the Support drop down menu to complete. 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