User Manual - Meister Werkzeuge

User Manual - Meister Werkzeuge
User Manual
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Overview......................................................................................4
Use.................................................................................................5
Pack contents/device parts.........................................................6
General information.....................................................................7
Reading and storing the user manual............................................7
Explanation of symbols.....................................................................7
Safety........................................................................................... 8
Proper use........................................................................................... 8
Residual risks...................................................................................... 9
General power tool safety instructions.......................................... 9
Safety instructions for the saw....................................................... 12
Additional safety instructions........................................................ 13
First use....................................................................................... 15
Checking the saw and pack contents............................................15
Inserting the saw blade...................................................................15
Setting the stroke rate.....................................................................16
Adjusting the saw shoe...................................................................16
Adjusting the sawing position........................................................16
Operation.................................................................................... 17
Switching the saw on....................................................................... 17
Continuous operation .....................................................................18
Sawing................................................................................................18
Switching the saw off.......................................................................19
Cleaning and maintenance........................................................20
Cleaning the saw............................................................................. 20
Maintaining the saw......................................................................... 21
Repair.......................................................................................... 21
Storage....................................................................................... 21
Transport.................................................................................... 22
Troubleshooting......................................................................... 22
Technical data............................................................................23
Noise/vibration information.....................................................23
Disposal.......................................................................................25
Disposing of the packaging........................................................... 25
Disposing of old appliances........................................................... 25
Declaration of conformity..........................................................26
Warranty card............................................................................. 27
Warranty conditions...................................................................28
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Contents
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Pack contents/device parts
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Saw blade, 4×
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Locking mechanism for the saw blade holder
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LED work light
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Housing
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Locking button for the handle
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Stroke rate control
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Locking switch for continuous operation
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Handle
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Mains cord with mains plug
10 On/Off switch
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Saw blade holder
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Saw shoe
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General information
Reciprocating saw
General information
Reading and storing the user manual
This user manual accompanies this reciprocating saw. It contains important information on start-up and handling. For improved readability, the
reciprocating saw will be referred to only as the “saw” below.
Before using the saw, read the user manual carefully. This particularly
applies to the safety instructions. Failure to heed this user manual may result in
severe injury or damage to the saw.
Applicable local and national legislation concerning the use of this product must be
complied with.
Store the user manual for further use. If you pass the saw on to third parties, please be
absolutely sure to include this user manual.
Explanation of symbols
The following symbols and signal words are used in this user manual, on the saw or
on the packaging.
Designates a hazard that may lead to death or severe
WARNING!
injury if not avoided.
CAUTION!
NOTICE!
Designates a hazard that may lead to minor or moderate injury if not avoided.
Warns against potential damages to property.
This symbol provides you with useful supplementary information on
assembly or operation.
Read the user manual.
Wear protective goggles.
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Protection class II: The saw is dual insulated.
Maximum cutting depth for wood: 180 mm
max. 180 m
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For fitted tools with a holder for reciprocating saws
Declaration of conformity (see chapter “Declaration of conformity”):
Products marked with this symbol meet all applicable Community
regulations for the European Economic Area.
Safety
Proper use
The saw is only designed for private users in connection with hobby and DIY projects
for the following purposes:
• Cutting wood, metal and plastic using a corresponding saw blade.
The saw is not suitable for felling trees. It must not be used in a stationary position.
Any other applications are expressly prohibited and are deemed improper use.
Neither the manufacturer nor the retailer can accept any responsibility for injury, loss
or damage caused by misuse of this product of any kind.
Examples of misuse are given in the following non-exhaustive list:
• Using the saw for other than the intended purposes;
• Failure to observe the safety instructions and warnings as well as the assembly,
operating, maintenance and cleaning instructions contained in this user manual;
• Failure to comply with any regulations relating to accident prevention, occupational medicine or safety, which specifically and/or generally apply to the use of
this saw;
• Use of accessories and spare parts not intended for the saw (even if you are able
to fix the accessories on the saw, it is no guarantee for safe use);
• Modifications to the saw;
• Repairs of the saw by parties other than the manufacturer or a qualified professional;
• Use of the saw for commercial or industrial applications as well as in connection
with the trades;
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• Operation or maintenance of the saw by persons not familiar with how to handle
the saw and/or who are not aware of the related risks.
Residual risks
The user manual for this saw contains exclusive notes on how to safely work with it.
However, every power tool carries certain residual risks, which existing protective
devices are unable to rule out completely.
The following risks may occur for example:
• Touching moving parts or fitted tools;
• Touching the rotating saw blade (cut injury);
• Kickback of the work piece and parts of the work piece if used improperly;
• Injury caused by projected work pieces or parts of work pieces;
• Fire hazard if the motor is not sufficiently ventilated;
• Injury to hearing if work is performed without ear protection;
• Emission of wood dust that is harmful to health if used in enclosed spaces.
General power tool safety instructions
WARNING Read all safety instructions and instructions.
Failure to follow the safety instructions and instructions may result in an electric shock, fire and/or severe injury.
Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.
The term “power tool” in the warnings refers to your mains-operated (corded)
power tool or battery-operated (cordless) power tool:
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.
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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.
f) If operating a power tool in a damp location is unavoidable, use
a residual current device (RCD) protected supply. Use of an RCD
reduces the risk of electric shock.
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.
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Safety
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.
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.
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g) Use the power tool, accessories and fitted tools 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.
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.
Safety instructions for the saw
−− For your own safety, only operate the saw after you have read the safety
instructions.
−− Hold the saw by the insulated gripping surfaces, when performing
an operation where the fitted tool may contact hidden wiring. Cutting
accessory contacting a “live” wire may make exposed metal parts of the
power tool “live” and could give the operator an electric shock.
−− Only use sharp saw blades in proper condition. Immediately replace any
cracked, bent or dull saw blades.
−− Adapt fitted tools and the stroke rate to the material. Ensure an even feed
motion.
−− Make sure that the permissible stroke rate of the fitted tool is at least as
high as the maximum number specified on the saw. Accessories that
move faster than permissible may break and be projected.
−− Only operate the saw if the saw shoe is mounted. When working, the saw
shoe must always be located on the work piece.
−− Only run the saw up to the work piece once it has been switched on.
−− Never process material containing asbestos. Use a protective mask and
dust extractor for other fibrous material.
−− When using machines outdoors, they must be connected via a residual
current device (RCD). Extension cords and plugs must be approved for
outdoor use.
−− Do not slow down the saw blade by applying side pressure.
−− Use clamping devices to secure the work piece and prevent slippage.
−− Always run the cable backwards away from where you are working.
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Safety
−− During operation, always guide the saw with both hands and assume
a stable posture.
−− Do not expose the saw to moisture. It must not get damp and must not be
operated in a damp environment.
−− Check the saw, cable and plug before each use. Have a specialist workshop repair damages before you use the saw.
−− Make sure that the saw is switched off before you insert the plug in the
socket.
−− Wear a protective breathing mask and protective goggles when performing dusty work. Do not smoke when performing dusty work and avoid
open fire.
−− Wear protective gloves when handling saw blades and rough materials
to cut injuries.
−− Wear ear protection when performing work.
−− Before working on the saw, pull the plug out of the socket.
−− Do not leave any tool keys inserted.
Additional safety instructions
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock!
A faulty electrical installation or excessive mains voltage may result in an electric
shock.
−− Only connect the saw if the mains voltage of the socket corresponds to the
specification on the nameplate.
−− The connector plug must not be modified in any way.
−− Only connect the saw to an easily accessible socket so that you can quickly
disconnect it from the mains in case of a failure.
−− Do not operate the charger if it is visibly damaged or if the mains cord or
mains plug is defective.
−− The saw must not be operated with an external timer or with a separate
telecontrol system.
−− Never pull the mains plug out of the socket by the mains cord; instead,
always do so by taking hold of the mains plug.
−− Never use the mains cord as a carrying handle.
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−− Keep the saw, mains plug and mains cord away from open flames and hot
surfaces.
−− Lay the mains cord so that it does not pose a tripping hazard.
−− Do not kink the mains cord and do not lay it over sharp edges.
−− Never reach to retrieve an electrical device if it has fallen in water. In such
a case, immediately disconnect the mains plug.
−− Always switch the saw off and pull the mains plug out of the socket when
you are not using the saw, cleaning it or in the event of a fault.
WARNING!
Danger for children and persons with impaired physical, sensory or mental capacities (e.g. partially disabled persons, older persons with reduced
physical and mental capacities) or lack of experience and knowledge
(e.g. older children).
−− The saw is not intended to be used by persons with impaired physical,
sensory or mental abilities. Keep the saw away from children and supervise children to make sure that they do not play with the saw.
−− Do not allow children to play with the packaging wrapper or small parts.
Children may get caught in the wrapper or swallow small parts and choke.
WARNING!
Health hazard!
The saw generates an electromagnetic field during operation. Under certain
circumstances, this field may affect active or passive medical implants.
−− If you wear a medical implant, consult your physician and the implant
manufacturer before operating the saw.
NOTICE!
Risk of damage!
Improper repair may lead to damage.
−− Do not attempt to repair the saw yourself, instead contact a specialist
workshop. If the housing is opened or repairs are performed by parties
other than customer service or an authorised professional, the warranty
claim will be voided.
−− The LED work light cannot be replaced.
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First use
WARNING!
Risk of injury!
Handling the saw improperly may result in severe injury.
−− Before working on the saw, pull the mains plug out of the socket.
Checking the saw and pack contents
1.Open the package and pull the transport case 14 out.
2.Open the transport case and carefully take the saw and accessories out.
3.Check to make sure that the delivery is complete (see fig. A).
4.Check whether the saw or the individual parts exhibit damages. If this is the case,
do not use the saw. Contact the manufacturer at the service address specified on
the warranty card.
Inserting the saw blade
WARNING!
Risk of injury!
Improperly changing the saw blades can result in cut injuries.
−− Wear protective gloves when changing the saw blade.
NOTICE!
Risk of damage!
Using improper saw blades could damage the saw.
– When changing the saw blade, make sure that you only use saw
blades with the adjacent holding profile.
1.Make sure that the mains plug 9 has been pulled.
2.Open the saw blade holder 11 by turning the locking mechanism 2 counterclockwise up to the stop and holding it in this position (see fig. B).
3.Insert the saw blade 1 up to the stop point in the saw blade holder.
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4.Release the locking mechanism so that it will automatically rotate back clockwise
and close the saw blade holder.
Check whether the saw blade is secure and that the locking mechanism can no
longer be turned clockwise.
If you change the saw blade after use, remove saw dust from the saw
blade holder before doing so.
Setting the stroke rate
You can set the stroke rate between 500–2800 min-1 corresponding to the material
with the stroke rate control 6 (see fig. C).
1.Make sure that the mains plug 9 has been pulled.
2.To increase the stroke rate, turn the stroke rate control towards the “+”.
To reduce the stroke rate, turn the stroke rate control towards the “-”.
Adjusting the saw shoe
1.Make sure that the mains plug 9 has been pulled.
2.Push the locking lever 13 down (see fig. D).
3.Pull the saw shoe 12 lengthwise to the desired position.
4.Flip the locking lever back up.
The saw shoe has now been fixed in the selected position.
−− To improve its position on the workpiece and guiding, also adjust the angle of the
saw shoe.
Adjusting the sawing position
The handle 8 can be turned to three positions: 0°, +90°, -90°.
1.Make sure that the mains plug 9 has been pulled.
2.Pull the locking button 5 towards the handle.
3.Turn the handle in the desired direction until it locks into place and the locking
button snaps back to the original position.
The handle is now fixed in the selected position.
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Operation
WARNING!
Risk of injury!
Improper handling may result in severe injury.
−− Read and observe the safety instructions at the beginning of the user
manual before you start working.
−− Make sure that the On/Off switch is not locked in place before you insert
the mains plug in the socket.
CAUTION!
Risk of injury!
The LED work light is very bright and could result in eye injury.
−− During operation, do not look directly into the light beam for prolonged
periods.
NOTICE!
Risk of damage!
Work pieces, which are not properly secured, could slip during work and be
irrevocably damaged.
−− Secure your work pieces with a clamping device before you start sawing.
Switching the saw on
1.Insert the mains plug 9 in a properly installed socket.
As soon as the saw is connected to the power supply, it is operational and the
LED work light 3 lights up.
2.Push the On/Off switch 10 to switch the saw on.
The saw will start at a low stroke rate. Pushing the On/Off switch harder will increase the stroke rate to the preset value (see chapter “Setting the stroke rate”).
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Continuous operation
Activating continuous operation
1.Push the On/Off switch 10 up to the stop point.
2.Push the locking switch 7 into the handle 8 .
3.Release the On/Off switch again.
The saw will now run continuously with the preset stroke rate (see chapter
“Setting the stroke rate”).
Deactivating continuous operation
1.Push the On/Off switch 10 again.
The locking switch 7 will release.
2.Release the On/Off switch and wait until the saw has come to a complete stop.
Make sure that you deactivate continuous operation before you pull the
mains plug so that the saw does not immediately switch on again the
next time you connect it with the power supply.
Sawing
NOTICE!
Risk of damage!
Improper handling of the saw may result in damage.
−− Secure your work pieces with a clamping device before you start sawing.
−− When performing work, consider the maximum cutting depth of 180 mm.
−− After working for a prolonged period at a low stroke rate, let the saw
cool off by running it without a load at maximum stroke rate for approx.
3 minutes. Make sure that the saw blade is not able to come in contact
with anything.
To find the best stroke rate and suitable angle for the saw shoe 12 , it is
recommended that you first perform some test cuts on a waste piece.
1.Switch the saw on and guide it towards the work piece you intend to cut.
2.Place the saw shoe on the work piece surface and saw through the material by
applying uniform contact pressure or feed.
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If the saw blade 1 should jam, switch the saw off immediately. Widen
the saw gap with a suitable tool and pull the saw out.
3.After finishing work, switch the saw off and put it down once it has come to a complete stop.
To extend the service life and cutting stability of the saw blade, you
should take regular breaks to let it cool down when sawing metal
(particularly steel) or coat the saw blade with cutting grease.
Sawing without pilot hole
NOTICE!
Risk of damage!
Sawing without pilot hole may result in damage with unsuitable saw blades
and work pieces.
−− Only use short saw blades for sawing without pilot hole and make
sure that the work piece material is soft enough (soft wood, insulating
materials).
If you have to cut into the middle of a work piece and it is not possible to perform
a drill hole prior, proceed as follows:
1.Loosen the saw shoe 12 by pushing the locking lever 13 down (see chapter
“Adjusting the saw shoe”).
2.Push the saw shoe as far as possible into the saw.
3.Lock the saw shoe in place by folding the locking lever back up.
4.Push the On/Off switch 10 and carefully guide the saw blade 1 onto the work
piece with the saw in a tilted position (see fig. E).
5.Continue to work in a normal position as soon as the work piece has been sawed
through (see fig. E).
Switching the saw off
−− To switch the saw off, release the On/Off switch 10 and wait until the saw has
come to a complete stop.
−− To deactivate the saw, pull the mains plug 9 .
−− The LED work light 3 will go out and the saw will no longer respond when
pushing the On/Off switch.
−− Let the saw cool off completely before putting it down.
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Cleaning and maintenance
WARNING!
Risk of injury!
Improperly handling the saw may result in injury.
−− Pull the mains plug out of the socket before performing work on the saw.
−− Let the saw cool off completely before performing work on the saw.
−− Remove the saw blade before performing work on the saw and wear
protective gloves to prevent cut injuries.
−− Wear protective goggles when cleaning.
−− After performing any cleaning and maintenance work, mount all protective devices, to the extent present, properly and safely. Never use the saw
without protective devices.
NOTICE!
Risk of short circuit!
Water that has penetrated the housing may cause a short circuit.
−− Never submerge the saw in water or other liquids.
−− Make sure that no water penetrates the housing.
NOTICE!
Risk of damage!
Improperly cleaning may lead to damage.
−− Do not use any aggressive cleaners, brushes with metal or nylon bristles
or sharp or metallic cleaning utensils such as knives, hard scrapers and
the like. They could damage the surfaces.
−− Never use a solvent to clean plastic parts.
Cleaning the saw
−− Clean the housing 4 with a soft cloth or paintbrush.
−− Use a soft brush to remove any dust that has collected from the device openings.
−− Remove dust or chips by blowing them out with compressed air.
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Maintaining the saw
−− Keep the saw and the vents clean to ensure proper, safe work.
−− Regularly check whether dust or debris have penetrated the openings near the
motor and around the On/Off switch 10 .
−− Regularly lubricate all moving parts.
−− Before and after each use, check the saw and accessories (e.g. fitted tools) for
wear and damage. Replace any accessory parts if necessary. Observe the tech­
nical requirements in the process.
−− Regularly check all fixtures. They could come loose over time due to vibration.
If you identify a damage, you must have it repaired by a specialist workshop to
prevent risks.
Repair
There are no parts that can be repaired by the user inside the saw. If you identify
damage, contact a specialist workshop or qualified personnel. Repairs performed by
the user and opening the housing void your warranty claim.
If the mains cord 9 is damaged, it must be replaced with a special mains cord that
can be obtained from the manufacturer or its After Sales Support. The mains cord may
only be replaced by a specialist workshop or qualified specialist personnel.
The LED work light 3 cannot be replaced.
A new saw shoe 12 can be ordered from After Sales Support for a fee.
Storage
−− Clean the saw before storing it (see chapter “Cleaning”).
−− Store the saw and accessories in a dry, frost-free place. The perfect storage temperature ranges from 10 to 30 °C.
−− If possible, store the saw in the transport case 14 with the original packaging.
−− Always store the saw out of the reach of children.
Check the saw for possible signs of wear and damages before using it
again.
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Transport
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Transport
WARNING!
Risk of injury!
Incorrect transport may result in cut injuries.
−− Remove the saw blade before transport.
−− Switch the saw off and disconnect it from the power supply before transporting it.
−− Secure the saw against slipping and tilting. If necessary, mount transport guards.
−− Always carry the saw by the handle 8 and by the gripping surface on the
housing 4 .
−− Protect the saw against damage and intense vibrations, which could occur particularly when transporting it in vehicles.
−− If possible, use the transport case 14 to transport it.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
1.
The saw has no
power.
The mains plug 9 has not Insert the mains plug in
a socket.
been inserted.
2.
The saw
blade 1
comes loose.
The saw blade has not
been inserted correctly.
Insert the saw blade as far as
possible into the saw blade
holder 11 .
The locking
mechanism 2 for the
saw blade holder has not
returned to its original
position.
Insert the saw blade as far as
possible into the saw blade
holder and perform a manual
check to determine that the
locking mechanism has turned
clockwise to the stop point.
3.
The saw is not
You are exerting too much
sawing straight. force on the saw.
The saw has not been
properly adjusted for the
work piece material.
Troubleshooting
Apply less contact pressure or
feed when cutting.
Adjust the stroke rate
(see chapter “Setting the
stroke rate”).
The saw blade is twisted or Change the saw blade.
dull.
Contact the service address indicated on the warranty card with respect to all other
faults and malfunctions.
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Technical data
Reciprocating saw
Technical data
Model:
WS 800-1 / No. 5908173/4
Nominal voltage/frequency:
Power consumption:
Idle speed:
Saw stroke:
230 V~/50 Hz
800 W
n0=500–2800 min-1
28 mm
Cutting depth:
• Wood:
max. 180 mm
• Steel:
max. 10 mm
Weight:
approx. 2.5 kg
Cable length:
Protection class:
300 cm
Article number:
II
93738
Noise/vibration information
WARNING!
Health hazard!
High levels of noise and vibrations may result in injury.
−− Wear ear protection and suitable protective clothing when working with
the device. Persons nearby should also wear suitable ear protection.
Noise emission values
Measured in accordance with EN 60745-1, EN 60745-2-11. The noise at your workplace
may exceed 85 dB (A); protective measures are necessary in this case (wear suitable
ear protection).
• Sound pressure level LpA: 88 dB(A)
• Measurement uncertainty KpA: 3 dB(A)
• Sound power level LwA: 99 dB(A)
• Measurement uncertainty KWA: 3 dB(A)
The aforementioned values are noise emission values and therefore, do not
necessarily represent safe values for the workplace at the same time. The correlation
between emission and immission levels cannot reliably provide for a conclusion as to
whether additional cautionary measures are necessary or not.
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Noise/vibration information
Reciprocating saw
Factors that could affect the respective immission level present at the workplace
involve the specification of the work area, the surrounding area, the duration of
exposure, other noise sources etc.
You must also observe any divergences in national regulations with respect to
permissible workplace levels. The aforementioned information does, however, allow
the user to better assess dangers and risks.
This saw causes a certain unavoidable noise disturbance. Therefore,
perform noisy work during the permissible hours of the day designated
for work of this kind. If necessary, observe quiet hours and restrict the
duration of work to the essentials.
Vibration levels
Hand/arm vibration
• Sawing particleboard ah,B:
19.18 m/s²
• Sawing wooden beams ah,B:
16.61 m/s²
• Measurement uncertainty:
1.5 m/s²
ATTENTION!
The aforementioned vibration emission level (vibration value) has been measured in
accordance with a test method standardised in DIN EN 60745-1, DIN EN 60745-2-11 and
can be used to compare one power tool to another. It is also suited for preliminary
estimation of loading by vibration. The actual vibration emission value can, as
described below, differ by type of application:
• Condition of the saw or proper maintenance,
• Type of material and use of the saw,
• Use of the right accessories and whether they are in good condition,
• Firm grip of the saw by the operator,
• Proper use of the saw as described in this user manual.
If the saw is improperly used, it can cause vibration-related ailments.
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Disposal
Reciprocating saw
ATTENTION!
Depending on the type of use or conditions of use, the following safety measures
must be taken to protect the user:
−− Try to avoid exposure to vibrations as much as possible.
−− Only use accessories in perfect working order.
−− Wear vibration-damped gloves when using the saw.
−− Follow the user manual on care and maintenance of the saw.
−− Avoid using the saw at temperatures below 10 °C.
−− Plan your work steps so as not to use the strongly vibrating saw over several
consecutive days.
Disposal
Disposing of the packaging
Sort the packaging before you dispose of it. Dispose of paperboard
and cardboard with the recycled paper service and wrappers with
appropriate collection service.
Disposing of old appliances
Dispose of the saw in accordance with the regulations in your country.
Old devices must not be disposed of with household waste!
This symbol indicates that this product must not be disposed of together with domestic waste in compliance with the Directive (2012/19/EU)
pertaining to waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). This
product must be disposed of at a designated collection point. This can
occur, for example, by handing it in at an authorised collecting point
for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. Improper handling of waste equipment may have negative consequences
for the environment and human health due to potentially hazardous
substances that are often contained in electrical and electronic equipment. By properly disposing of this product, you are also contributing
to the effective use of natural resources. You can obtain information
on collection points for waste equipment from your municipal administration, public waste disposal authority, an authorised body for the
disposal of waste electrical and electronic equipment or your waste
disposal company.
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EC-Declaration of Conformity
Reciprocating saw
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Declaration of conformity
Declaration
of conformity
EC-Declaration
of Conformity
The object of the declaration described above is in
conformity with Directive 2011/65/EU of the European
Parliament and of the Council of 8 June 2011 on the
restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in
electrical and electronic equipment.
Meister Werkzeuge gmbH • Oberkamper Str. 37-39 • D-42349 Wuppertal
EC-Declaration of conformity
For the following product ...
RECIPROCATING SAW
Reciprocating saw:
WS 800-1
WORKZONE®
Nr. 5908173/4 • 10/2016 • 93738
… is herewith declared to conform with the following guidelines:
2006/42 EC
2004/108 EC (until April 19th, 2016)
2014/30 EU (from April 20th, 2016)
Applied, harmonized standarts:
EN 60745-1:2009+A11:2010
EN 60745-2-11:2010
EN 62471:2008
EN 55014-1:2006+A1:2009+A2:2011
EN 55014-2:1997+A1:2001+A2:2008
EN 61000-3-2:2014
EN 61000-3-3:2013
Wuppertal,…….15.03.2016
Ingo Heimann (M.Sc.)
Technische Leitung/Produktentwicklung
Meister Werkzeuge GmbH · Oberkamper Straße 37 - 39 · D-42349 Wuppertal
Authorized person for storing the technical documentation.
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WARRANTY CARD
RECIPROCATING SAW WS 800-1
Your details:
Name
Address
E-mail
Date of purchase*
* We recommend you keep the receipt with this warranty card.
Location of purchase
Description of malfunction:
If after contacting the manufacturer
you are requested to return the faulty
product please return the completed
warranty card together with it.
Meister Werkzeuge GmbH
Kundenservice
Oberkamper Str. 39
Warenannahme Tor 3
42349 Wuppertal
GERMANY
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Warranty conditions
Dear Customer,
The ALDI warranty offers you extensive benefits:
Warranty period: 3 years from date of purchase.
Costs:
Free repair/exchange.
No transport costs.
Hotline:
Free hotline.
ADVICE:
Please contact our service hotline by phone, e-mail or fax
before sending in the device. This allows us to provide
support in the event of possible operator errors.
In order to make a claim under the warranty, please send us:
• the faulty item together with the original purchase receipt and the
completed warranty card.
• the product with all components included in the packaging.
The warranty does not cover damage caused by:
• Accident or unanticipated events (e.g. lightning, water, fire).
• Improper use or transport.
• Disregard of the safety and maintenance instructions.
• Other improper treatment or modification.
After the expiry of the warranty period, you still have the possibility to have
your product repaired at your own expense. If the repair or the estimate of
costs is not free of charge you will be informed accordingly in advance.
This warranty does not affect your statutory rights.
Spend a little Live a lot
Great care has gone into the manufacture of this product and it should
therefore provide you with years of good service when used properly. In
the event of product failure within its intended use over the course of the
first 3 years after date of purchase, we will remedy the problem as quickly
as possible once it has been brought to our attention. In the unlikely event
of such an occurrence, or if you require any information about the product,
please contact us via our helpline support services, details of which are to be
found both in this manual and on the product itself.
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PRODUCED IN CHINA FOR:
ALDI STORES LTD. PO BOX 26, ATHERSTONE
WARWICKSHIRE, CV9 2SH.
ALDI STORES (IRELAND) LTD.
PO BOX 726, NAAS, CO. KILDARE.
Visit us at www.aldi.com
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