BH100 | Black&Decker BH100 DRILL Type 3 instruction manual

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INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
HammerDrills3/8"(10mm)and112"(13mml
SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS
Usean outdoorextensioncord. Whena tool is usedoutdoors,only
use an extensioncord intendedfor outdooruse.
Warning! Whenusing electricaltools, the following basic safetyprecautionsshouldalwaysbetaken to reducethe risk of fire, electric
shockand personalinjury.
Readall theseinstructionsbeforeattemptingto operatethe product
and savethis booklet.
Stayalert. Watchwhat you are doing,use commonsenseand do not
operatethetoolwhentired.
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Keep workareas clean. Clutteredareasand benchesinvite injuries.
Considerthe work areaenvironment. Do not exposethe powertool to
rain anddo not use in dampor wet locations. Keepswork areaswell
lit. Do not usethe powertool wherethere maybe a risk of fire or
explosion.
parts that are damagedshouldbe carefullycheckedto determine
whether it wouldoperateproperlyand performits intendedfunction.
Checkfor alignmentof movingparts;free runningof movingparts;
breakageof parts; mountingandany other conditionsthat may affect
its operation.
Guard against electric shock. Avoidbodycontact,where possible
with earthedor groundedsurfaces(e.g.pipes,radiators,rangesand
refrigerators).
If the guardor other parts are damaged,they shouldbe properly
repairedor replacedby anAuthorizedServiceCenterunlessotherwise
indicatedin the productbooklet. Havedefectiveswitchesreplacedby
anAuthorizedServiceCenter.
Keep children away. Do not let visitors shouldtouch the tool or
extensioncord. All visitorsshouldbe kept awayfrom the work area.
Do not usethe tool if the switch does not turn on or off.
Store idle tools. Whennot in use,tools shouldbe stored in a dry,high
or lockedplace,out of the reachof children.
Warning! Theuse of anyaccessoryor attachmentotherthan recommendedin the productbooklet,maypresenta risk of personalinjury.
Do not force the tool. It will deliverbetter performancewhentool is
usedat the recommendedspeed.
Have the tool repaired by a qualified person. The electricaltool is
in accordancewith the relevantsafetyrequirements:A qualifiedperson usingoriginal spareparts shouldonly carry out repairs;otherwise,
this may result in considerabledangerto the user.
Usethe right tool. Do not force small tools or attachmentsto do the
job of a heavy-dutytool. Do not usethe tool for purposesnot intended;
for example,do not usea circularsaw to cut a tree limb or logs.
Check damaged parts. Beforefurther use of the tool, guardand other
Savethese instructions!
Dress properly. Do not wear looseclothingor jewelry asthey can be
FEATURES
caughtin movingparts. Rubberglovesand non-slqdfootwear is
recommendedwhenworking outdoors. Wearprotectivehair covering
to contain long
hair.
Usesafety glasses.
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Use a face or dust mask as well, if the operation
is dUstyor if the tool is being usedin enclosedspaces.
Connectingdust extraction equipment. If devicesare providedfor
the connectionof dust extractionand collection,ensurethat these are
connectedand properlyused,especiallyin confinedareas.
Donot abuse the cord. Nevercarry the tool by its cord or yank it to
disconnectit from the socket. Keepthe cord awayfrom heat,oil and
sharpedges.
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Drillswitch (onlywith specificmodels)
Chuck
On/offswitch or variableswitch
lock-on button
Air ventilation
Belt clip
Forward/reverseswitch
control(onlywith specificmodels)
Sidehandle(onlywith specificmodels)
Secure the work. Useclampsor vicesto securelyfastenthe material
you are workingwith. It is saferthan using a handand it frees both
handsto operatethe tool.
Donot overreach.
Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
Maintainthe tool with care. Keepa cutting tool sharpandcleanfor
betterand safer performance.Followthe instructionsfor lubricating
and changingaccessories.Inspectthe tools and cord periodicallyand
if damaged,haverepairedby anAuthorizedServiceCenter. Inspectthe
extensioncordperiodically,and replaceif damaged. Keepthe handles
dry,cleanandfree from 011and grease.
Disconnectthe tool. Whennot in use,beforeservicingand when
changingaccessoriessuch as blades,bits andclutters.
Remove adjusting key wrenches. Formthe habit of checkingto see
that keysand adjustingwrenchesare removedfrom the tool and
replacedin the storageareabeforeswitching on.
Avoid unintentional starting. -Donot carry a plugged-intool with a
finger on the switch. Makesurethe switch ISoff when the tool is plugging in.
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COMMANDS
The on/off switch or variablespeedswitch is usedto operateyour
drill in all modesof operation.
The lock-on button providescontinuousoperationof yourdrill.
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Ontwo speeddrills, the speedcontrol allowsselectionof the appropriate dnlling speed.
Theside handle(whereprovided)givesa secondarygrippingposition
for yourdrilling speed.
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Yourdrill can operateas a hammerdrill or a rotary drill dependingon
the setting of the hammer/drillswitch.
The forward/reverse switch controls the direction of the rotation when
yourdrill is usedas screwdriver,or whenclearinga jammeddrill bit.
On/Off Switch (Fig. 1 item 3)
Toswitch you~ drill on, depress the on/off switch; your drill stops when
the switch is released.
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clockwiseto tightenthejawsto securelyfastenthedisc.Tosetthe
polishingfeaturefollowtheexample
usingtherubberdiscandthe
spindle.
Lock-onButton
(Fig. 1 item 4)
If continuosoperationis required,pressthe lock-onbuttonwhile the
on/off switch ISdepressed(Fig.1 Item3).Tostop when operationis
continuos,depressthe on/off switch againand release.
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Percussion Switch (Fig. 1 item 1)
This is a specialfeature in yourdrifl that allows hitting and rotatingat
the sametime.
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2. SETTHESPEEDOFYOURDRILL.
Set the forward/reverseswitch to the desireddirectionof rotation.
Neverchangethe setting of the hammerswitch, or the
forward/reversewhen yourdrill is in operation.
3. MAINTAINVENTSCLEAROFOBSTRUCTION.
In orderto maintain
yourtool from overheatingandextendthe life of yourtool, maintain
the ventilationareasof yourtool free from obstructionall the time.
4. HOWTOPOSIT'')NA DRILLBIT ONYOURDRILL. Selectthe appropriate drill bit tor the job (fOIlOWthe guidelinesof the table below).
First, makesure the drill ISunplugged. Holdingthe rear sectionof
the chuck,rotatethe front sectionuntil the jaws of the chuck are
sufficientlyopen.Insertthe drill bit in the jaws of the chuck.Hold
the rear sectionof the chuckwhile tighteningthe front. Turnthe
chuck key clockwiseto tighten the jaws and securelygrip the drill
bit. Usethe chuck key in the 3 holesfor better results.
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onthefaceofthe
disc; incline the disc at an
angleon the surface.
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High Speed Steel i. Steel, Aluminium, all types of
woods
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. Tungesten Carbide . Masonry, concrete, stone,
brick, tile marble, etc.
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Variousaccessoriescan fit your drill, allowing you
to diversify its use.
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FEATURES
POWER
Model Watts
BH50
BH90
BH100
BH120
BH150
BH200
BH300
430
450"
450
450
450
450
500
(rpm)
AMPS
rev/min
120V 220V I I II
3.5 1.9
2500
3.7 2.0
2 500
2500
3.7 2.0
2500
3.7 2.0
3.7 2.0 210012500
3.7 2.0 0 - 2 500
4.0 2.2 0 - 2 500
The tool is double insulated. This meansthat all the external metal parts are
electrically insulated from the main power supply. This is done by placing
insulation barriers between the electrical and mechanical components making it necessary for the tool to be earthead (grounded).
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5. DRILLING:
Makesurethe
materialto be drilled is
tightly fastenedandwhen
dnlling thin materialsuse
a woodsupr°rt. Always
drill at a 90 angle and
place enoughpressureon
the drill for the drill to perforatethe surfaceyouare
drilling. Neveruse excessive force when usingyour
drill.
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The performance of any power tool dependsupon the accessory used.
Black & Decker accessories are engineeredto high quality standards and are
designed to enhance the performance of your tool. Purchasing Black and
Decker accessories will ensurethe best performance of your Black and
Decker tool.
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Whilesandinguse horizontalandvertical movements. Avoidcircular movements.Neversand
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1. AS A GENERALRULE. For largesizedrill bits use low speedsand
for smallerdrill bits use high speeds. Onvariablespeeddrills, the
morethe trigger is pressedthe faster the speed.
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Toset the two-speedswitch in low speedpushthe switch midway
backward"I", to set the switch in high-speedpushthe switch all the
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b) HammerMode
Whendrilling masonry,set the hammerswitch in this mode.
TwoSpeed Switch (Fig.1 item 3)
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7. SANDING
I POLISHING: Positionthediscasshowninthefigure
below.Placethe rubbersupportin the chuckand turn the chuckkey
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.
EXTENSIONCABLES- Upto 30m (100 ft.) of 3 core extension cable can be
used with undue loss of power.
NOTE: An extension cable should not be used unless absolutely necessary.
If the use of an extension cable is a must, make sure it is properly wired,
contains the correct rated fuse as recommendedin its literature and is in
good electrical condition.
TECHNICALDATA
The level of sound pressure of the tool is in accordancewith U.L.legislation.
It is recommended that you take appropriate measuresfor the protection of
your hearing if the sound level seems uncomfortable. The normally equates
to a sound pressure in excess of 85db (A).
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