KD664 | Black&Decker KD664 HAMMER DRILL instruction manual

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On the purchase of your
Black & Decker corded drill.
To ensure the best results from your corded drill
please read these safety and usage instructions
carefully. If you have any questions or queries
after reading this manual please do not hesitate
to call your local service and information centre
(the number is towards the back of this manual).
Page 4
Safety instructions
Double insulation
Page 5
Electrical safety
Mains plug replacement
Extension cables
Unwanted tools and the environment
The Black & Decker guarantee
Page 6
After sales service for your Black & Decker product
Our after sales service policy
Technical data
Fitting the drill bit
Page 7
Removing the chuck
Fitting the side handle
Preparing your drill for operation
Page 8
Using your drill
Handy hints
Cooling down
EC declaration of conformity
Black & Decker phone numbers and addresses
Guarantee card
Corded drills user manual
Warning! When using electric tools, the following
basic safety precautions should always be taken to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal
injury. Read all these instructions before attempting to
operate the product and save this booklet.
For safe operation:
• Keep the work area clean. Cluttered areas and
benches invite injuries.
• Consider the work area environment. Do not expose
the power tool to rain and do not use in damp or wet
locations. Keep the work area well lit. Do not use
the power tool where there is a risk to cause fire
or explosion.
• Guard against electric shock. Avoid body contact,
where possible, with earthed or grounded surfaces
(e.g. pipes, radiators, ranges and refrigerators).
• Keep children away. Do not let visitors touch the
tool or extension cord. All visitors should be kept
away from the work area.
• Store idle tools. When not in use, tools should be
stored in a dry, high or locked place, out of reach
of children.
• Do not force the tool. It will do the job better and
more safely at the rate for which it was intended.
• Use the right tool. Do not force small tools or
attachments to do the job of a heavy duty tool.
Do not use the tool for purposes not intended; for
example, do not use a circular saw to cut tree
limbs or logs.
• Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or
jewellery as they can be caught in moving parts.
Rubber gloves and non-skid footwear are
recommended when working outdoors. Wear
protective hair covering to contain long hair.
• Use safety glasses. Use a face or dust mask as well,
if the operation is dusty or if the tool is being used in
enclosed spaces.
• Connecting dust extraction equipment. If devices
are provided for the connection of dust extraction
and collection ensure these are connected and
properly used, especially in confined areas.
• Do not abuse the cord. Never carry the tool by its
cord or yank it to disconnect it from the socket. Keep
the cord away from heat, oil and sharp edges.
• Secure the work. Use clamps or a vice to hold the
work. It is safer than using a hand and it frees both
hands to operate the tool.
• Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at
all times.
• Maintain the tool with care. Keep a cutting tool
sharp and clean for better and safer performance.
Follow the instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories. Inspect the tools cord periodically and,
if damaged, have repaired by an authorised service
facility. Inspect the extension cord periodically and
replace if damaged. Keep the handles dry, clean and
free from oil and grease.
• Disconnect the tool when not in use, before
servicing and when changing accessories such as
blades, bits and cutters.
• Remove adjusting keys and wrenches. Form the
habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting
wrenches are removed from the tool and replaced in
the storage area before switching on.
• Avoid unintentional starting. Do not carry a
plugged-in tool with a finger on the switch.
Ensure the switch is off when plugging in.
• Use an outdoor extension cord. When a tool is used
outdoors, only use an extension cord intended for
outdoor use and so marked.
• Stay alert. Watch what you are doing, use common
sense and do not operate the tool when tired.
• Check damaged parts. Before further use of the tool,
a guard or other part that is damaged should be
carefully checked to determine whether it will
operate properly and perform its intended function.
Check for alignment of moving parts, free running of
moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting and any
other conditions that may affect its operation. A
guard or other part that is damaged should be
properly repaired or replaced by an authorised
service centre unless otherwise indicated in the
product booklet. Have defective switches replaced
by an authorised service centre. Do not use the tool
if the switch does not turn it on and off.
• Warning! The use of any accessory or attachment,
other than recommended in the product booklet,
may present a risk of personal injury.
• Have the tool repaired by a qualified person. The
electrical tool is in accordance with the relevant
safety requirements. Repairs should only be carried
out by qualified persons using original spare parts,
otherwise, this may result in considerable danger to
the user.
Save these instructions!
The tool is double insulated. This means that all
the external metal parts are electrically insulated
from the mains power supply. This is done by
placing insulation barriers between the
electrical and mechanical components making
it unnecessary for the tool to be earthed.
Note: Double insulation does not take the place
of normal safety precautions when operating the
tool. The insulation system is for added protection
against injury resulting from a possible electrical
insulation failure within the tool.
Be sure the supply is the same as the voltage given on
the rating plate. The tool is fitted with a two-core cable
and plug.
Should the mains plug need replacing and you are
competent to do this, proceed as instructed below.
If you are in doubt, contact a Black & Decker service
centre or a qualified electrician.
• Disconnect the plug from the power supply.
• Cut off the plug and dispose of safely. A plug with
bared copper conductors is very dangerous if
engaged in a live socket outlet.
• Only fit BS1363A approved plugs fitted with the
correctly rated fuse.
Note: Fuses do not give personal protection against
electric shock.
• The cable wire colours, or a letter, will be marked at
the connection point of most good quality plugs.
Attach the wires to their respective points in the plug
(see diagram). Brown is L (live) and blue is N (neutral).
Fit a plug
to BS1363A
Fit a 5 amp fuse
blue to
N (neutral)
Make sure that
the outer sheath
of the cable is held
firmly by the clamp
brown to
L (live)
240 volts AC
only. Never use
a light socket
• Before replacing the top cover of the plug ensure
that the cable restraint is holding the outer sheath of
the cable firmly and that the two leads are correctly
fixed at the terminal screws. If the fuse cover is
missing or damaged do not use the plug. For
replacement or detachable fuse covers, contact a
Black & Decker service centre.
Warning! Never connect live or neutral wires to the
earth pin marked E or
Should the mains plug or cordset of the product be
damaged, it must only be replaced by an authorised
Black & Decker service agent because special
purpose tools are required.
Up to 30m (100ft) of Black & Decker 2-core extension
cable (or 3-core extension cordset, in Australia and
New Zealand) can be used without undue loss of power.
Note: An extension cable should not be used unless
absolutely necessary. Use of an improper extension
cable could result in a risk of fire and electric shock.
If an extension cable must be used, make sure it is
properly wired, contains the correct rated fuse as
recommended in its literature and is in good
electrical condition.
Should you find one day that the tool needs
replacement or is of no further use, think of the
protection of the environment. Black & Decker
service centres will accept old tools and will
dispose of them in an environmentally safe way.
If the Black & Decker product becomes defective due
to faulty materials and workmanship, within 24 months
from the date of purchase, we guarantee to either
replace all defective parts or at our discretion, replace
the unit free of charge provided that:
• The product is returned to us or our authorised
repairers with evidence of date of purchase.
• The product has not been used for trade,
professional or hire purposes.
• The product has not been subjected to misuse
or neglect.
• The product has not sustained any damage through
foreign objects, substances or accidents.
• Repairs have not been attempted by anyone other
than our own service staff or authorised repair
This guarantee is offered as an extra benefit and is
additional to the customers statutory rights.
Black & Decker offers a nationwide after sales service
through our company operated service centres and
concessionaries on the Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
It is our aim to offer excellent service, fast repairs,
extensive parts availability and full accessory support.
The use of other than genuine Black & Decker
accessories and parts may damage or reduce the
performance of your Black & Decker product and may
also endanger the user. The terms and conditions of
the warranty may also be effected.
It is our aim that all Black & Decker customers should be
totally satisfied with their Black & Decker product and
after sales service, but if help or advice is needed
please contact the local Black & Decker service centre
manager who will be happy to help. Full details of our
unique after sales service can be obtained from any of
our Black & Decker service centres.
The performance of any power tool is dependant upon
the accessory used. Black & Decker accessories are
engineered to high quality standards and are designed
to enhance the performance of your tool. Buying a
Black & Decker accessory will ensure that you get the
very best from your Black & Decker tool.
The level of sound pressure of the tool is in accordance
with EEC legislation. It is recommended that you take
appropriate measures for the protection of your hearing
if the sound level seems uncomfortable. This normally
equates to a sound pressure in excess of 85dB (A).
Note: This user manual also covers catalogue numbers
ending in K, G or A. Refer to your carton for details of
your product.
1. On/off switch
2. Speed control
3. Lock-on button
4. Side handle
5. Chuck jaws
6. Chuck
7. Hammer/drill switch
8. Forward/reverse switch
Your drill includes some or all of these features:
• The on/off switch is used to operate your drill in all
modes of operation.
• The variable speed control provides optimal control
of your drill for a wide range of tasks.
• On two-speed drills, the speed switch permits
selection of the appropriate drilling speed.
• The lock-on button provides continuous operation
of your drill.
• The side handle (where provided) gives a secondary
gripping position for your drill.
• Your drill can operate as a hammer drill or as a
rotary drill depending on the setting of the hammer/
drill switch.
• The forward/reverse switch controls the direction of
rotation when your drill is used as a screwdriver, or
when clearing a jammed drill bit.
Proceed as follows:
Disconnect the plug from the electricity supply.
While holding the
rear section of
the chuck, rotate
the front section
until the jaws of
the chuck are
sufficiently open.
Insert the drill bit
in the jaws of the chuck. Hold the rear section of the
chuck while tightening the front section. Twist the two
sections firmly in opposite directions to securely grip
the drill bit.
Proceed as follows:
Disconnect the plug from the electricity supply.
Rotate the barrel
of the chuck until
the jaws are
sufficiently open.
Insert the drill bit
in the jaws of the
chuck. Insert the
chuck key with
the end of the chuck key in one of the three holes in the
body of the chuck and the head of the chuck key
engaged with the barrel of the chuck. Turn the chuck
key clockwise to tighten the jaws and securely grip the
drill bit. Remove the chuck key.
Proceed as follows:
To remove the chuck,
open the jaws, hold
it firmly in one hand
and with a screwdriver
held in the other hand,
turn the set-screw in
the chuck clockwise
approximately one
turn, to loosen it.
Place an allen key in
the chuck and tighten the jaws. Give the allen key a
short powerful blow in an anti-clockwise direction with
a hammer to loosen the chuck on the spindle. Remove
the allen key. Use the screwdriver to turn the setscrew clockwise until it totally disengages from the
spindle. Remove the chuck from the spindle by rotating
it anti-clockwise. To fasten the chuck, put it on the
thread and turn it clockwise until it stops. Put in the
screw and turn it anti-clockwise until absolutely firm.
Proceed as follows:
To remove the chuck,
open the jaws of the
chuck with the chuck
key. Hold the chuck
firmly in one hand, and
with a screwdriver
turn the screw set in
the chuck clockwise
with the other hand
until it comes out.
Use only the correct chuck key. Place the chuck key
into the chuck, and hold the drill firmly in one hand with
the chuck pointing away from you. Rotate the chuck so
that the chuck key is just above the horizontal position
on the right hand side of the machine. Give the
crossbar end of the key a sharp downward blow with a
mallet or light hammer. The chuck should now be
sufficiently loose to be unscrewed by hand.
Proceed as follows:
To assemble the
side handle, fit the
bolt in the clamp
and the nut in the
handle. Loosely
assemble the
handle and clamp.
Position the side
handle on the
body of your drill.
Rotate the handle
around the body
of your drill until it
is in the desired
position. Tighten the handle by turning clockwise.
Proceed as follows:
Fit the correct
accessory for the job.
Set the speed of your
drill. On two-speed
drills, set the twospeed switch to ‘1’
(low-speed) or ‘2’
(high-speed), or set
the variable speed
control to the desired
speed. As a general
rule, for large size drill bits use low speeds and for
smaller drill bits use high speeds.
Set the forward/
reverse switch to the
desired direction of
rotation. Never change
the setting of the
hammer switch, the
speed switch or the
forward/reverse when
your drill is operating.
To switch your
drill on, depress
the on/off switch.
Your drill stops
when the on/off
switch is released.
If continuous
operation is
required, depress
the lock-on button
while the on/off
switch is depressed.
To stop your drill
when operation is
continuous, depress
the on/off switch
again and release.
While your drill is in operation, do not touch the chuck.
• Fit the correct size and type of drill or screwdriver bit.
• Set the correct drill speed.
• Always hold your drill using the handle and the
side handle.
• Always hold your drill at right-angles to your work.
When drilling
wood and metal,
set the hammer
switch to the drill
When drilling
masonry, set the
hammer switch
to the hammer
When screwdriving,
set the hammer
switch to the drill
• Set the forward/reverse switch to the correct direction.
• Never change the direction of rotation when your
drill is in operation.
• After use, remove the drill bit and gently tap the side
of the chuck with a soft-faced hammer to remove
the dust. This will extend the life of the chuck.
If your drill becomes too hot in use, set the speed
control to its highest setting and allow your drill to
operate without load for 2 minutes.
Never use excessive force when using your drill. Too
much pressure can reduce the speed of your drill and
reduce its efficiency. This can result in an overload
which can cause damage to the motor of your drill.
We declare that units: KD400, KD561, KD562, KD564RE,
KD564CRE, KD661, KD662, KD664RE, KD664CRE
conform to 89/392/EEC, 89/336/EEC, EN55014,
73/23/EEC, EN55104, EN50144
A weighted sound pressure 100dB (A)
A weighted sound power 113dB (A)
Hand/arm weighted vibration 8.7m/s2
Brian Cooke - Director of Engineering
Black & Decker Ltd, Spennymoor, County Durham
DL16 6JG United Kingdom
The Black & Decker policy is one of continuous
improvement to our product and as such we reserve
the right to change the product specification without
prior notice.
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Johannesburg, South Africa
Tel: 011 493 4000
Fax: 011 493 6391
United Kingdom
Black & Decker
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Berkshire SL1 3YD
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