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English - Power Tools Plus
Owner’s Manual
3/8” Right Angle Drill
54-2896-8
CAUTION:
Before using this right angle
drill or any of its
accessories, read this
manual and follow all Safety
Rules and Operating
Instructions.
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General Safety Rules
Specific Safety Rules
and Symbols
Functional Description
Assembly
Operation
Maintenance
Accessories
Imported by Mastercraft Canada Toronto, Canada M4S 2B8
Rev 1.2
06/03/2012
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
Warranty ….……………………….
Product specifications …………...
Power tool safety …………………
Specific safety rules ……………..
Extension cord safety ……………
Symbols …………………………..
PAGE
2
3
3–5
6
6–7
7
SECTION
Know your right angle drill .…..
Accessories ……………………
Carton contents……..………...
Assembly & operation ..………
Maintenance …….……………..
Parts & service ..……..………..
PAGE
8
8
8–9
9–14
14
15–16
WARRANTY
Limited 3-year Replacement Warranty
This Mastercraft product carries a three (3) year replacement warranty against
defects in workmanship and materials. Mastercraft Canada agrees to replace the
defective product free of charge with the same model or one of equal value or
specification, within the stated warranty period, when returned by the original
purchaser with proof of purchase. This product is not guaranteed against wear or
breakage due to misuse and/or abuse.
This product is not guaranteed if used for industrial or commercial purposes.
Mastercraft is a superior line of products selected for their workmanship and
materials. These products are designed to meet rigorous quality and performance
standards, and are approved by our Quality Assurance laboratory.
TOLL FREE HELPLINE: 1-800-689-9928
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Motor:
Speed:
Keyed chuck:
Drilling capacity:
Steel
Aluminum
Wood
Weight:
120 V AC, 60 Hz, 3.2 A
0–1500 RPM (no load)
3/8˝
5/16˝ (7.9 mm)
3/8˝ (9.5 mm)
1/2˝ (12.7 mm)
4 lb 6 oz (2 kg)
POWER TOOL SAFETY
! WARNING: Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling
and other construction activities contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are:
 Lead from lead-based paints
 Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and other masonry products
 Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated lumber
Your level of risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do
this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals, work in a wellventilated area and work with approved safety equipment such as dust masks that
are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.
! WARNING: To avoid electrical hazards, fire hazards or damage to the right
angle drill, use proper circuit protection.
This right angle drill is wired at the factory for 110–120 V operation. It must be
connected to a 110–120 V 15 A time delayed fuse or circuit breaker. To avoid shock
or fire, replace power cord immediately if it is worn, cut or damaged in any way.
3
POWER TOOL SAFETY
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
Do not expose power tools to rain or
wet conditions. Water entering the power
tool will increase the risk of electric shock.
! WARNING: Read and understand
all instructions. Failure to follow all
instructions listed below may result in
electric shock, fire and/or serious personal
injury.
Do not abuse the cord. Never use the
cord to carry the tool or pull the plug from
an outlet. Keep cord away from heat, oil,
sharp edges or moving parts. Replace
damaged cords immediately. Damaged
cords increase the risk of electric shock.
WORK AREA
Keep your work area clean and well lit.
Cluttered benches and dark areas invite
accidents.
When operating a power tool outdoors,
use an outdoor extension cord marked
“W-A” or “W”. These cords are rated for
outdoor use and reduce the risk of electric
shock.
Do not operate power tools in
potentially explosive environments,
such as in the presence of flammable
liquids, gas or dust. Power tools create
sparks which may ignite the dust or fumes.
PERSONAL SAFETY
Stay alert, watch what you are doing
and use common sense when operating
a power tool. Do not use the tool while
tired or under the influence of drugs,
alcohol or medication. A moment of
inattention while operating power tools may
result in serious personal injury.
Keep bystanders, children and visitors
away while operating the tool.
Distractions can cause you to lose control.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
Double insulated tools are equipped
with a polarized plug (one blade is wider
than the other). This plug will fit in a
polarized plug only one way. If the plug
does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse
the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a
qualified electrician to install a polarized
outlet. Do not alter the plug in any way.
Double insulation eliminates the need for
the three-prong grounded power cord and
grounded power supply system.
Dress properly. Do not wear loose
clothing or jewellery.
Contain long hair. Keep your hair,
clothing and gloves away from moving
parts. Loose clothing, jewellery or long hair
can be caught in moving parts.
Avoid accidental starting. Be sure the
switch is OFF before plugging in.
Carrying tools with your finger on the
switch or plugging in tools that have the
switch ON invites accidents.
Avoid body contact with grounded surfaces
such as pipes, radiators, ranges and
refrigerators. There is increased risk of
electric shock if your body is grounded.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR REFERENCE
4
POWER TOOL SAFETY
PERSONAL SAFETY – cont’d
Store idle tools out of reach of children
and other untrained persons. Tools are
dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
Remove adjusting keys or wrenches
before turning the tool ON. A wrench or
key that is left attached to a rotating part of
the tool may result in personal injury.
Maintain tools with care. Keep cutting
tools sharp and clean. Properly
maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting
edges are less likely to bind and are easier
to control.
Do not overreach. Keep proper footing
and balance at all times. Proper footing
and balance enables better control of the
tool in unexpected situations.
Check for misalignment or binding of
moving parts, breakage of parts and any
other condition that may affect the
tool’s operation. If damaged, have the
tool serviced before using. Many
accidents are caused by poorly maintained
tools.
Use safety equipment. Always wear eye
protection. Dust mask, non-skid safety
shoes, hard hat or hearing protection must
be used for appropriate conditions.
TOOL USE AND CARE
Use only accessories that are
recommended by the manufacturer for
your model. Accessories that may be
suitable for one tool may become
hazardous when used on another tool.
Use clamps or another practical way to
secure and support the workpiece to a
stable platform. Holding the work by hand
or against your body is unstable and may
lead to loss of control.
SERVICE
Do not force the tool. Use the correct
tool for your application. The correct tool
will do the job better and safer at the rate
for which it was designed.
Tool service must be performed only by
qualified personnel. Service or
maintenance performed by unqualified
personnel could result in risk of injury.
Do not use the tool if the power switch
does not turn it ON or OFF. Any tool that
cannot be controlled with the switch is
dangerous and must be repaired.
When servicing a tool, use only identical
replacement parts. Follow instructions
in the Maintenance section of this
manual. Use of unauthorized parts or
failure to follow Maintenance instructions
may create a risk of electric shock or injury.
Disconnect the plug from the power
source before making any adjustments,
changing accessories or storing the
tool. Such preventive safety measures
reduce the risk of starting the tool
accidentally.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR REFERENCE
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SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES
! WARNING: Know your right angle
drill. Read the Owner’s Manual carefully.
Learn the tool’s applications and
limitations, as well as the specific
potential hazards related to this tool.
Following this rule will reduce the risk of
electric shock, fire or serious injury.
Before starting the operation, jog the drill
switch to make sure the drill bit does not
wobble or vibrate.
Wear eye protection. Use face or dust
mask along with safety goggles if operation
is dusty. Use hearing protection,
particularly during extended periods of
operation.
Make sure the spindle has come to a
complete stop before touching the chuck or
attempting to change the drill bit.
Do not use fly cutters or multiple-part hole
cutters, as they can come apart or become
unbalanced in use.
Always make sure the chuck is tight and
the drill bit firmly tightened in the chuck
before starting drill.
Do not wear gloves, neckties or loose
clothing.
EXTENSION CORD
SAFETY
Do not drill material too small to be
securely held.
! WARNING: Keep the extension
cord clear of the working area. Position
the cord so it will not get caught on the
workpiece, tools or any other
obstructions while you are working with
the power tool.
Always keep hands out of the path of the
drill bit. Avoid awkward hand positions
where a sudden slip could cause your hand
to move into the path of the drill bit.
Secure workpiece. Use clamps or a vice
to hold the work when practical. It is safer
than using your hand and it frees both
hands to operate the tool.
Make sure any extension cord used with
this tool is in good condition. When
using an extension cord, be sure to use
one of heavy enough gauge to carry the
current the tool will draw. An undersized
cord will cause a drop in line voltage
resulting in loss of power and overheating.
Make sure there are no nails or foreign
objects in the part of the workpiece to be
drilled.
To avoid injury from accidental starting,
always remove the plug from the power
source before installing or removing a drill
bit, accessory or attachment.
The table on the following page shows the
correct size to use according to cord length
and nameplate ampere rating. If in doubt,
use the next heavier gauge. The smaller
the gauge number the heavier the cord.
Do not install or use any drill bit that
exceeds 7” (175 mm) in length or extends
more than 6” (150 mm) beyond the chuck
jaws. They can suddenly bend or break.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR REFERENCE
6
EXTENSION CORD
SAFETY
V
A
Hz
W
kW
Be sure your extension cord is properly
wired and in good condition. Always
replace a damaged extension cord or have
it repaired by a qualified electrician before
using it. Protect your extension cord from
sharp objects, excessive heat and damp or
wet areas.
volts
amperes
hertz
watt
kilowatts
microfarads
L
kg
H
N/cm2
Pa
Min
S
Use a separate electrical circuit for your
power tools. This circuit must not be less
than 14 gauge wire and should be
protected with either a 15 A time delayed
fuse or circuit breaker. Before connecting
the power tool to the power source, make
sure the switch is in the OFF position and
the power source is the same as indicated
on the nameplate. Running at lower voltage
will damage the motor.
litres
kilograms
hours
newtons per square
centimeter
pascals
minutes
seconds
alternating current
MINIMUM GAUGE (AWG) EXTENSION
CORDS
(120 V use only)
Ampere Rating
Total length in feet
Not
More
More
Than
Than
25’ 50’ 100’ 150’
0
6
18
16
16
14
6
10
18
16
14
12
10
12
16
16
14
12
12
16
14
12
Not
Applicable
three-phase alternating
current
three-phase alternating
current with neutral
direct current
no load speed
alternating or direct current
class II construction
splash proof construction
SYMBOLS
watertight construction
protective earthing at
earthing terminal, Class I
tools
revolutions or
reciprocations per minute
! WARNING: Some of the following
symbols may be used on your tool.
Please study them and learn their
meaning. Proper interpretation of these
symbols will allow you to operate the
tool better and safer.
diameter
off position
This symbol designates that
this tool is listed with both
Canadian and U.S.
requirements by Underwriters
Laboratories.
arrow
warning symbol
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KNOW YOUR RIGHT ANGLE DRILL
Forward/reverse
switch
Trigger lock-on
button
Chuck
Handle grip
Trigger
switch
Carbon brush
cover
Air vents
Chuck key
ACCESSORIES & CARTON CONTENTS
! WARNING: If any part is missing
or damaged, do not plug the tool into
the power source until the missing or
damaged part is replaced.
RIGHT ANGLE DRILL
COMPONENTS
KEY
A
B
Carefully unpack the right angle drill.
Compare against the “RIGHT ANGLE
DRILL COMPONENTS” chart at right.
NOTE: See product diagram on Page 9.
! WARNING: To avoid fire or toxic
reaction, never use gasoline, naphtha,
acetone, lacquer thinner or similar
highly volatile solvents to clean the tool.
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DESCRIPTION
Drill
Chuck key
Owner’s manual
QTY
1
1
1
CARTON CONTENTS
ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION
FORWARD/REVERSE SWITCH
b) The trigger switch will NOT function with
the forward/reverse switch in the middle
position.
The forward/reverse switch (1) is
conveniently mounted above the trigger
switch (2) (see Fig. 1). To make the drill
rotate clockwise (for drilling) push the
forward/reverse switch to the right. To
make the drill rotate counter clockwise for
removing screws, push the forward /
reverse switch to the left.
NOTES:
a) Never change position of the
forward/reverse switch while chuck is
turning.
Fig. 1
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ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION
VARIABLE SPEED TRIGGER SWITCH
Release the trigger switch while holding the
trigger switch lock button into the drill
handle and then release the lock button.
The drill will continue to run. To release the
trigger switch lock button, pull trigger switch
back and then release the trigger.
This drill is equipped with a variable speed
ON/OFF trigger switch.
1.
To start drill, gently squeeze the trigger
switch (2) (see Fig. 2).
NOTE: Drill will turn at its slowest
speed when the trigger switch is
moved only a small amount. The drill
will turn at its fastest speed when the
trigger switch is fully depressed.
2.
To stop the drill, release the trigger
switch.
Fig. 3
NOTE: Drilling at a slow drilling speed for
an extended period of time may cause the
drill motor to overheat. If the drill gets hot,
stop drilling and allow it to cool for at least
15 minutes.
INSTALLING BITS
! WARNING: Never hold the chuck
body with one hand and use the drill
power to rotate the drill body to loosen
or tighten bits. You may severely injure
your hand.
1.
Remove drill plug from the power
source.
2.
Rotate chuck collar (1) to open or
close the jaws (2) to a point where the
opening is slightly larger than the bit
size you intend to use (see Fig. 4).
Raise the front of your drill chuck
slightly to prevent the bit from falling
out of the chuck jaws.
3.
Insert bit into the chuck the full length
of the jaws. Raise the front of your drill
slightly to prevent the bit from falling
out of the chuck jaws.
Fig. 2
TRIGGER SWITCH LOCK
The trigger switch lock-on feature allows
the trigger switch to be locked in the ON
position at full speed when continuous
operation for extended periods of time is
required (see Fig. 3).
To lock the trigger switch in the ON
position, pull back on the trigger switch (2)
to start the drill and push the trigger switch
lock button (3) into the drill handle.
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ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION
INSTALLING BITS – cont’d
REMOVING BITS
4.
1.
Remove the drill plug from the power
source.
2.
Insert chuck key into one of three
holes in the chuck body. Rotate chuck
key counter clockwise until the chuck
jaws release the drill bit.
NOTE: Do not use a wrench on the
chuck key or you may damage the key
or chuck.
3.
Remove the drill bit.
Insert chuck key (3) into one of three
holes in the chuck body. Rotate chuck
key clockwise until drill bit is held firmly
in place by the chuck jaws.
NOTE: Do not use a wrench on the
chuck key or you may damage the key
or chuck.
! WARNING
Have you read “POWER TOOL
SAFETY”, “SPECIFIC SAFETY
RULES”, EXTENSION CORD
SAFETY” and “SYMBOLS” on pages
3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 of this Manual? If not,
please do it now before you operate
this drill. Your safety depends on it!
Fig. 4
! WARNING: Do not insert drill bit
into chuck and tighten as shown in
Fig. 5. Drill bit MUST be properly
inserted with all three chuck jaws
holding the bit centred in the chuck.
Failure to properly insert drill bit could
cause the drill bit to be thrown from the
chuck resulting in possible serious
injury or damage to the chuck.
Every time you use the drill you
should verify the following:
1. Chuck is tight.
2. Workpiece is properly secured.
3. Safety glasses are being worn.
Failure to adhere to these safety
rules can greatly increase the
chances of injury.
Fig. 5
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ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION
DRILLING
3.
While holding the drill firmly, place the
point of the drill bit at the point to be
drilled. Depress the switch trigger to
start the drill.
NOTE: Always use a higher drill speed
when drilling small holes. Use a slower
drill speed when drilling large holes.
4.
Move the drill bit into the workpiece
applying only enough pressure to keep
the bit cutting. Do not force the drill bit
or apply sideways pressure to
elongate the hole.
When drilling in smooth hard surfaces such
as metal, use a centre punch to mark the
desired hole location. This will prevent the
drill bit from slipping off centre as the hole
is started.
The workpiece to be drilled should be
secured in a vise or with clamps to keep it
from turning as the drill bit rotates (see
Fig. 6).
! WARNING: Be prepared for
binding and bit breakthrough. When
these situations occur, the drill bit has
the tendency to grab the workpiece.
This action will kick the drill opposite to
the direction of drill bit rotation and
could cause loss of control when
breaking through material as you
complete drilling the hole. If you are not
prepared, this loss of control can result
in possible serious injury.
Fig. 6
1.
Check drill bit to make sure it is firmly
locked into the drill chuck and the
forward/reverse switch is in the
forward position.
2.
Hold the drill firmly with both hands
whenever possible. Use one hand to
grasp the handle and switch and the
other to grasp the body of the drill.
NOTE: Make sure the hand placed on
the body of the drill does not cover the
air vents in the lower part of the
handle. Covering these air vents will
reduce the motor cooling and possibly
lead to overheating the motor.
When drilling metals, use a light oil on the
drill bit to keep it from overheating. The oil
will prolong the life of the drill bit and
improve the drill cutting action. If the bit
jams in the workpiece or if the drill stalls,
release the trigger switch immediately.
Remove the bit from the workpiece and
determine the reason for jamming.
DRIVING SCREWS
When driving screws, care must be taken
to use the bit that correctly fits the screw
being driven. Make sure you use the
largest bit size that will properly fit into the
head of the screw.
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ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION
DRIVING SCREWS – cont’d
4.
Open chuck jaws and remove hex key.
1.
Select the correct screwdriver bit for
the screw being driven.
5.
Open chuck jaws as far as possible.
6.
2.
Fasten the screwdriver bit into the
chuck, making sure the flats of the bit
are gripped by the chuck jaws.
NOTES:
a) If material is particularly soft or
porous, run drill at slower speeds to
avoid over-driving the screw.
b) Hold the drill firmly with both hands
while driving screws to avoid loss of
control.
Remove the chuck screw using a
#2 Philips screwdriver (see
Fig. 8).
NOTE: Turn screw CLOCKWISE to
remove it. This screw has a left hand
thread.
CHUCK REMOVAL
Fig. 8
The drill chuck must be removed in order to
use some accessories. To remove the
chuck:
1.
Remove the drill plug from the power
source.
2.
Insert a 5/16” or larger hex key (1) into
the chuck (2) and tighten the chuck
jaws securely. Make sure each of the
three chuck jaws (3) is seated on the
flat surfaces of the hex key (see
Fig. 7).
3.
Tap the hex key sharply with a mallet
(4) in a clockwise direction. This
action will loosen the screw in the
chuck for easy removal.
7.
Insert hex key into chuck and tighten
jaws of chuck securely (see Fig. 9).
Tap the hex key sharply with a mallet
in a COUNTERCLOCKWISE direction.
This will loosen the chuck on the
spindle. The chuck can now be
unscrewed and removed from the
spindle by hand.
Fig. 9
Fig. 7
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MAINTENANCE
ASSEMBLY AND
OPERATION
RETIGHTENING LOOSE CHUCK
GENERAL
After installing the chuck once it has been
removed, the chuck may become loose on
the spindle and develop a wobble. Also, the
chuck screw may become loose causing
the chuck jaws to bind and prevent them
from closing. To tighten the chuck, follow
these steps:
! WARNING: When servicing, use
only identical replacement parts. Use of
any other part may create a hazard or
cause product damage.
1.
Insert hex key into chuck and tighten
chuck securely.
2.
Tap hex key sharply with a mallet in a
CLOCKWISE direction (see Fig. 10).
This will tighten the chuck on the
spindle.
3.
Open chuck jaws and remove the hex
key.
4.
Tighten the chuck screw using a #2
Philips screwdriver.
NOTE: Turn screw COUNTERCLOCKWISE to tighten it. This screw
has a left hand thread.
DO NOT use solvents when cleaning
plastic parts. Plastics are susceptible to
damage from various types of commercial
solvents and may be damaged by their
use. Use a clean cloth to remove dirt, dust,
oil, grease etc.
! WARNING: Do not at any time
allow brake fluids, gasoline, petroleumbased products, penetrating oils, etc. to
come into contact with plastic parts.
They contain chemicals that can
damage, weaken or destroy plastic.
DO NOT abuse power tools. Abusive
practices can damage the tool as well as
the workpiece.
! WARNING: DO NOT attempt to
modify tools or create accessories. Any
such alteration or modification is
misuse and could result in a hazardous
condition leading to possible serious
injury. It will also void the warranty.
LUBRICATION
All of the bearings in this tool are lubricated
with a sufficient amount of high-grade
lubricant for the life of the unit under normal
conditions. Therefore, no further lubrication
is required.
Fig. 10
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PARTS DIAGRAM – MODEL 54-2896-8
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PARTS LIST – MODEL 54-2896-8
! WARNING: When servicing, use only Mastercraft® replacement parts. Use of
any other parts may create a safety hazard or cause damage to the tool.
Any attempt to repair or replace electrical parts on this power tool may create a
safety hazard unless repair is performed by a qualified technician.
Always order by PART NUMBER, not by key number.
Key #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Part #
JP10T-01
JP10T-02
JP10T-03
JP10T-04
JP10T-05
JP10T-06
JP10T-07
JP10T-08
JP10T-09
JP10T-10
JP10T-11
JP10T-12
JP10T-13
JP10T-14
JP10T-15
JP10T-16
JP10T-17
JP10T-18
JP10T-19
JP10T-20
JP10T-21
JP10T-22
JP10T-23
JP10T-24
JP10T-25
JP10T-26
JP10T-27
JP10T-28
JP10T-29
JP10T-30
Part Name
Screw M5X20-(left)
Spring Washer Φ5
Drill chuck
Motor housing
Gear housing
Ball bearing 6002
Pin
Gear Z4
Spindle
Gear Z5
Gear spindle Z3
Ball bearing 626
Gear Z2
Ball bearing 625
Gear Housing Cover
Motor housing cover
Brush holder cover
Carbon brush
Brush holder
Gear spindle Z1
Ball bearing 626
Link bush
Ball bearing 608
Armature
Ball bearing 607
Stator
Screw M4X14 with spring washer
Switch
Cord & plug
Screw ST3.9X16
16
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
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