636813M_Build N To Learn Workshop_IM_ENG_1-2

636813M_Build N To Learn Workshop_IM_ENG_1-2
Buildin’ To Learn Workshop
Shop Light
1. Using a Phillips screwdriver (not included) remove the screw and battery compartment cover from side of the Shop Light handle.
2. Install three (3) Button Cell batteries “AG13” (LR44, not included) making sure the (+) and (-) ends face the proper direction as indicated inside the
battery compartment.
3. Replace the compartment cover and tighten the screw. (Fig.4)
3 X AG13
A. WORKBENCH (Pre-assembled base with revolving Building Workspace/Auto Shop table top.)
B. 8 Hooks (2 Square, 2 Circular, 2 Triangular, 2 Pentagonal)
C. 2 Side Hanging Brackets
D. 1 Power Grinder
E. 1 Power Chop Saw
F. 1 Power Drill
G. 3 Power Drill Bits
H. 3 Power Drill Sockets
I. 1 LED Shop Light
Fig. 4
To assemble your Work Bench, ask an Adult to help you do the following:
1. Place the Work Bench on a flat, level surface away from heavily traveled areas.
2. Place the legs of the Work Bench Backboard into the 2 large holes in the top of the Work Bench and press down firmly on the Backboard until it clicks
into place. (Fig.5)
CHOOSING YOUR PROJECT - Carpentry or Engine Repair
To change your work bench from carpentry to car repair do the following:
1. Grasp the knob on the side of the tabletop, pull it outward and turn it forward to unlatch the tabletop. (Fig.6)
2. Allow the tabletop to slowly flip over. As it begins to flip, let go of the knob and when the table makes its complete rotation, it will lock into place. (Fig.7)
J. 1 Engine Blower Scoop with 2 bolts
K. 2 Engine Gears and 2 bolts
L. 1 valve cover and 2 screws
M. 3 Spark Plugs with different shaped bases
N. 1 Phillips Screwdriver
O. 1 Flathead Screwdriver
P. 1 Pair of Pliers
Q. 1 Hammer
R. 1 Socket Wrench with Ratchet feature.
S. 3 Sockets & 1 Socket Holder
T. 41 “Screws, Bolts, Nuts and Nails”.
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
1. Place the legs of one of the two Side Hanging Hardware pieces into the holes in the side of the Work Bench Backboard and push firmly until they
snap into place. (Fig.8)
2. Repeat step #1 to install the other piece of Side Hanging Hardware onto the left side of the Backboard.
Fig. 7
Before playing an adult must install batteries. Here’s how:
Power Drill Interchangeable Battery Pack
1. Using a Phillips screwdriver (not included) remove the screw and battery compartment cover from the Interchangeable Battery Pack.
2. Install three (3) AAA alkaline batteries (not included) making sure the (+) and (-) ends face the proper direction as indicated inside the battery
3. Replace the compartment cover and tighten the screw. (Fig.1)
3 x AAA Batteries
3 x AAA Batteries
3 x AAA Batteries
Fig. 8
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Chop Saw and Grinder
Before you mount the Chop Saw and Grinder to the Work Bench, repeat steps 1 through 3 above to install three (3) AAA batteries in the bottom of each
tool. (Figs.2-3)
Fig. 9
1. Lay out the eight Hanging Hooks and decide where on the Backboard or on the brace between the front legs of the Bench you want them to be.
2. Place the base of a Hook into any opening matching the Hook’s base shape and press firmly until it snaps into place.(Fig.9)
3. Repeat step #2 to install any or all of the other handy hanging Hooks.
4. Use the Hooks to hang your tools and other items and to keep them in order.
Pounding Nails - (Not shown)
The top of the Carpentry Bench has a number of holes along the top front edge. These holes can be used as practice in learning how to drive nails.
1. Place one of the 18 nails in a hole on the Bench.
2. Pound the nail with the hammer until it fits firmly into the hole.
3. Pull it out by using the claw end of the hammer.
Assemble the Chop Saw onto the Work Bench by doing the following:
1. Find the lever inside the large opening on the right side of the table and push it toward the table front.
2. Insert the base of the Chop Saw into the opening, release the lever, and press down on the Saw until it snaps into place. (Fig.10)
3. Release the head of the Chop Saw by pushing the button near the back of the saw on the left side and lifting the saw head.
4. Press the grip on the saw handle as you bring the saw head downward and it will make realistic Chop Saw noises.
5. Once you’ve finished using the Saw, lock it in place until you want to use it once more. To do so, push the saw head down until you hear a click.
Fig. 16
Fig. 17
4. Install the 3 Spark Plugs onto the engine by matching the shape of the Plug base to the shape on the engine and pressing firmly until they snap into
place. (Fig.18)
5. Once you’ve built your engine it’s time to make it run! Attach either the 5-sided drill socket bit or the Flathead or Phillips bit to the Power Drill. Place
the end of the bit over the top bolt on the engine then press the trigger on the drill and rev up your mean machine! (Fig.19)
Fig. 10
Fig. 11
Assemble the Grinder onto the work bench by doing the following:
1. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to assemble the Grinder onto the other large opening on the Work Bench. (Fig.11)
2. Press the ON button on the front of the Grinder and it will spin and make realistic grinder noises. Press the OFF button to turn the Grinder off.
NOTE: The Chop Saw and Grinder must be removed from the tool bench for battery replacement. To do so press the workbench lever behind the tool
forward, (see step #1) lift the tool out, then release the lever.
1. Place the Interchangeable Battery Pack onto the bottom of the Power Drill handle making sure to fit the protruding lip near the battery compartment
door into the slot on the bottom of the drill.
2. Press firmly to snap the Pack into place. (Fig.12)
NOTE: To remove the Battery Pack, press both of the buttons on the sides of the Pack at the same time to release it and then pull it away gently.
TIP: The Interchangeable Battery Pack also works with the Little Tikes® Circular Saw and the Little Tikes® Jig Saw (not included).
3. Add a drill bit to the drill by placing the end of the bit into the hole in the front of the drill and pressing it firmly into place. To remove a drill bit from
your drill, tug on the bit firmly. (Fig.13)
4. Line the Drill up on the job you’re working on by using the LED “Laser” Guide.
5. Press the trigger and the Drill will make realistic sounds!
6. Your drill will even change directions just like a grown-up’s drill! Just press inward on the button on one side of the drill or the other to change the
rotation. (Fig.14)
Fig. 18
Fig. 19
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only remedy available under this warranty will be the replacement of the defective part or replacement of the product. This warranty is valid only if the
product has been assembled and maintained per the instructions. This warranty does not cover abuse, accident, cosmetic issues such as fading or
scratches from normal wear, or any other cause not arising from defects in material and workmanship. U.S.A and Canada: For warranty service or
replacement part information, please visit our website at www.littletikes.com, call 1-800-321-0183 or write to: Consumer Service, The Little Tikes
Company, 2180 Barlow Road, Hudson OH 44236, U.S.A. Some replacement parts may be available for purchase after warranty expires contact us for
details. Outside U.S.A and Canada: Contact place of purchase for warranty service. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also
have other rights, which vary from country/state to country/state. Some countries/states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This product is not intended for daycare or commercial use.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Caution: Modifications not authorized by the manufacturer may void users authority to operate this device.
Fig. 12
Fig. 13
• Charging of rechargeable batteries should only be done under adult supervision. Use only size “AAA”(LR03) alkaline batteries (9 required), and size
“AG 13” (LR44), button cell batteries (3 required).
• Never mix old batteries with new batteries, rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) or carbon zinc with alkaline batteries.
• Be sure to insert the batteries correctly and follow the toy and battery manufacturer’s instruction.
• Always remove exhausted or dead batteries from the product.
• Dispose of dead batteries properly: do not burn or bury them.
• Do not attempt to recharge non-rechargeable batteries.
• Remove rechargeable batteries from the product before recharging.
• Charging of rechargeable batteries should only be done under adult supervision with batteries removed from product.
• Avoid short-circuiting battery terminals.
• Remove batteries before placing the unit into storage for a prolonged period of time.
Fig. 14
Setting up your workspace.
Rotate your Workbench table top to the Auto Shop side, make sure it locks into place, and get ready to work on
a big bad auto engine!
Engine Gears
1. Install the two gears into the left side of the engine using the appropriate screwdriver OR, power them on
using the Power Drill and correct drill bit! (Fig.15)
2. Set the Engine Blower Scoop atop the engine with the air flaps pointing toward the left side and install it
using the 2 bolts provided. (Fig.16)
‘Let’s care for the environment!’
The wheelie bin symbol indicates that the product must not be disposed of with other household waste. Please use designated collection points or recycling facilities when disposing of the item.
Do not treat old batteries as household waste. Take them to a designated recycling facility.
3. Remove the 2 bolts holding the Valve Cover by using either the Socket Wrench and appropriate Socket or the Power Drill and the Socket Bit.
NOTE: Change the direction the Socket Wrench turns by turning the knob on the back of the Socket Wrench head.
Please keep this manual as it contains important information.
Fig. 15
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