DCG412 | DeWalt DCG412 SMALL ANGLE GRINDER instruction manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DCG412-XE
18 V CORDLESS CUT-OFF TOOL
Vibration total values (triax vector sum) determined according to EN 60745:
Vibration emission value ah surface grinding
ah.AG =
m/s²
6.0
Uncertainty K =
m/s²
1.5
Definitions: Safety Guidelines
The definitions below describe the level of severity for each signal
word. Please read the manual and pay attention to these symbols.
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE: indicates a practice not related to personal injury which, if
not avoided, may result in property damage.
The vibration emission level given in this information sheet has been measured in
accordance with a standardised test given in EN 60745 and may be used to compare
one tool with another. It may be used for a preliminary assessment of exposure.
WARNING: The declared vibration emission level represents the main applications
of the tool. However if the tool is used for different applications, with different
accessories or poorly maintained, the vibration emission may differ. This may
significantly increase the exposure level over the total working period.
An estimation of the level of exposure to vibration should also take into account
the times when the tool is switched off or when it is running but not actually doing
the job. This may significantly reduce the exposure level over the total working
period.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS ABOUT THIS OR ANY DEWALT TOOL,
CALL US AT: 1800 444 224 (Aust) or 0800 339 258 (NZ).
Technical Data
Voltage
Power input
No-load/rated speed
Wheel diameter
Spindle diameter
Weight
V
W
rpm
mm
kg
Identify additional safety measures to protect the operator from the effects of
vibration such as: maintain the tool and the accessories, keep the hands warm,
organisation of work patterns.
DCG412-XE
230
405
7000
125
M14
3.0*
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR POWER TOOLS
When using power tools, always observe the safety regulations applicable in your
country to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury. Read the following
safety instructions before attempting to operate this product. Keep these instructions in
a safe place.
* weight includes side handle and guard
LPA
KPA
LWA
KWA
(sound pressure)
(sound pressure uncertainty)
(sound power)
(sound power uncertainty)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, read the instruction manual.
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
87
5
98
5
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SAVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
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.
3) 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.
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.
4) 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.
WARNING! Read all safety warnings and all instructions Failure to follow
the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious
injury.
The term “power tool” in the warnings refers to your mains-operated (corded) power
tool or battery-operated (cordless) power tool.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1) 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.
2) 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.
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Electrical Safety
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.
g) Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits, 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.
5) BATTERY TOOL USE AND CARE
a) Recharge only with the charger specified by the manufacturer. A charger
that is suitable for one type of battery pack may create a risk of fire when
used with another battery pack.
b) Use power tools only with specifically designated battery packs. Use of any
other battery packs may create a risk of injury and fire.
c) When battery pack is not in use, keep it away from other metal objects like
paper clips, coins, keys, nails, screws, or other small metal objects that
can make a connection from one terminal to another. Shorting the battery
terminals together may cause burns or a fire.
d) Under abusive conditions, liquid may be ejected from the battery; avoid
contact. If contact accidentally occurs, flush with water. If liquid contacts
eyes, additionally seek medical help. Liquid ejected from the battery may
cause irritation or burns.
6) 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.
The electric motor has been designed for one voltage range only. Always check that
the power supply corresponds to the voltage on the rating plate. 220–240 V AC
means your tool will operate on alternating current. Operation at a voltage outside this
range can cause loss of power and can result in overheating. All DEWALT tools are
factory tested; if this tool does not operate, check the power supply. Your DEWALT
tool is double insulated, therefore no earth wire is required.
• Young children and the infirm. This appliance is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision.
– This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
– Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• Replacement of the supply cord. If the supply cord or plug is damaged, it must
be replaced by the manufacturer or an authorised DEWALT Service Centre in
order to avoid a hazard.
Extension Cords
CAUTION: Use only extension cords that are approved by the country’s Electrical
Authority. Before using extension cords, inspect them for loose or exposed wires,
damaged insulation and defective fittings. Replace the cord if necessary.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL OPERATIONS
Safety Warnings Common for Grinding, Sanding, Wire Brushing,
Polishing or Abrasive, Cutting-Off Operations
a) This power tool is intended to function as a grinder, sander, wire brush,
polisher or cut-off tool. Read all safety warnings, instructions, illustrations
and specifications provided with this power tool. Failure to follow all
instructions listed below may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious
injury.
b) Do not use accessories which are not specifically designed and
recommended by the tool manufacturer. Just because the accessory can be
attached to your power tool, it does not assure safe operation.
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c) The rated speed of the accessory must be at least equal to the maximum
speed marked on the power tool. Accessories running faster than their rated
speed can break and fly apart.
d) The outside diameter and the thickness of your accessory must be within
the capacity rating of your power tool. Incorrectly sized accessories cannot
be adequately guarded or controlled.
e) The arbor size of wheels, flanges, backing pads or any other accessory
must properly fit the spindle of the power tool. Accessories with arbor holes
that do not match the mounting hardware of the power tool will run out of
balance, vibrate excessively and may cause loss of control.
f) Do not use a damaged accessory. Before each use inspect the accessory
such as abrasive wheels for chips and cracks, backing pad for cracks,
tear or excess wear, wire brush for loose or cracked wires. If power tool
or accessory is dropped, inspect for damage or install an undamaged
accessory. After inspecting and installing an accessory, position yourself
and bystanders away from the plane of the rotating accessory and run
the power tool at maximum no-load speed for one minute. Damaged
accessories will normally break apart during this test time.
g) Wear personal protective equipment. Depending on application, use face
shield, safety goggles or safety glasses. As appropriate, wear dust mask,
hearing protectors, gloves and workshop apron capable of stopping small
abrasive or workpiece fragments. The eye protection must be capable of
stopping flying debris generated by various operations. The dust mask or
respirator must be capable of filtrating particles generated by your operation.
Prolonged exposure to high intensity noise may cause hearing loss.
h) Keep bystanders a safe distance away from work area. Anyone entering
the work area must wear personal protective equipment. Fragments of
workpiece or of a broken accessory may fly away and cause injury beyond
immediate area of operation.
i) Hold power tool by insulated gripping surfaces only, when performing an
operation where the cutting accessory may contact hidden wiring or its
own cord. Cutting accessory contacting a “live” wire may make exposed
metal parts of the power tool “live” and shock the operator.
j) Position the cord clear of the spinning accessory. If you lose control, the
cord may be cut or snagged and your hand or arm may be pulled into the
spinning accessory.
k) Never lay the power tool down until the accessory has come to a complete
stop. The spinning accessory may grab the surface and pull the power tool
out of your control.
l) Do not run the power tool while carrying it at your side. Accidental contact
with the spinning accessory could snag your clothing, pulling the accessory
into your body.
m) Regularly clean the power tool’s air vents. The motor’s fan will draw the
dust inside the housing and excessive accumulation of powdered metal may
cause electrical hazards.
n) Do not operate the power tool near flammable materials. Sparks could
ignite these materials.
o) Do not use accessories that require liquid coolants. Using water or other
liquid coolants may result in electrocution or shock.
p) Do not use Type 11 (flaring cup) wheels on this tool. Using inappropriate
accessories can result in injury.
q) Always use side handle. Tighten the handle securely. The side handle
should always be used to maintain control of the tool at all times.
Causes and Operator Prevention of Kickback
Kickback is a sudden reaction to a pinched or snagged rotating wheel, backing
pad, brush or any other accessory. Pinching or snagging causes rapid stalling
of the rotating accessory which in turn causes the uncontrolled power tool to
be forced in the direction opposite of the accessory’s rotation at the point of the
binding.
For example, if an abrasive wheel is snagged or pinched by the workpiece, the
edge of the wheel that is entering into the pinch point can dig into the surface
of the material causing the wheel to climb out or kick out. The wheel may either
jump toward or away from the operator, depending on direction of the wheel’s
movement at the point of pinching. Abrasive wheels may also break under these
conditions.
Kickback is the result of tool misuse and/or incorrect operating procedures or
conditions and can be avoided by taking proper precautions as given below:
a) Maintain a firm grip on the power tool and position your body and arm
to allow you to resist kickback forces. Always use auxiliary handle, if
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b)
c)
d)
e)
Additional Safety Warnings Specific for Abrasive Cutting-Off
Operations
provided, for maximum control over kickback or torque reaction during
start up. The operator can control torque reaction or kickback forces, if proper
precautions are taken.
Never place your hand near the rotating accessory. Accessory may
kickback over your hand.
Do not position your body in the area where power tool will move if
kickback occurs. Kickback will propel the tool in direction opposite to the
wheel’s movement at the point of snagging.
Use special care when working corners, sharp edges etc. Avoid bouncing
and snagging the accessory. Corners, sharp edges or bouncing have
a tendency to snag the rotating accessory and cause loss of control or
kickback.
Do not attach a saw chain woodcarving blade or toothed saw blade. Such
blades create frequent kickback and loss of control.
a) Do not “jam” the cut-off wheel or apply excessive pressure. Do not attempt
to make an excessive depth of cut. Overstressing the wheel increases the
loading and susceptibility to twisting or binding of the wheel in the cut and the
possibility of kickback or wheel breakage.
b) Do not position your body in line with and behind the rotating wheel. When
the wheel, at the point of operation, is moving away from your body, the
possible kickback may propel the spinning wheel and the power tool directly
at you.
c) When wheel is binding or when interrupting a cut for any reason, switch off
the power tool and hold the power tool motionless until the wheel comes
to a complete stop. Never attempt to remove the cut-off wheel from the cut
while the wheel is in motion otherwise kickback may occur. Investigate and
take corrective action to eliminate the cause of wheel binding.
d) Do not restart the cutting operation in the workpiece. Let the wheel reach
full speed and carefully reenter the cut. The wheel may bind, walk up or
kickback if the power tool is restarted in the workpiece.
e) Support panels or any oversized workpiece to minimize the risk of wheel
pinching and kickback. Large workpieces tend to sag under their own weight.
Supports must be placed under the workpiece near the line of cut and near
the edge of the workpiece on both sides of the wheel.
f) Use extra caution when making a “pocket cut” into existing walls or other
blind areas. The protruding wheel may cut gas or water pipes, electrical
wiring or objects that can cause kickback.
Safety Warnings Specific for Grinding and Abrasive Cutting-Off
Operations
a) Use only wheel types that are recommended for your power tool and the
specific guard designed for the selected wheel. Wheels for which the power
tool was not designed cannot be adequately guarded and are unsafe.
b) The guard must be securely attached to the power tool and positioned for
maximum safety, so the least amount of wheel is exposed towards the
operator. The guard helps to protect operator from broken wheel fragments
and accidental contact with wheel.
c) Wheels must be used only for recommended applications. For example: do
not grind with the side of cut-off wheel. Abrasive cut-off wheels are intended
for peripheral grinding, side forces applied to these wheels may cause them to
shatter.
d) Always use undamaged wheel flanges that are of correct size and shape
for your selected wheel. Proper wheel flanges support the wheel thus
reducing the possibility of wheel breakage. Flanges for cut-off wheels may be
different from grinding wheel flanges.
e) Do not use worn down wheels from larger power tools. Wheel intended for
larger power tool is not suitable for the higher speed of a smaller tool and may
burst.
Safety Warnings Specific for Sanding Operations
a) Do not use excessively oversized sanding disc paper. Follow manufacturers
recommendations, when selecting sanding paper. Larger sanding paper
extending beyond the sanding pad presents a laceration hazard and may
cause snagging, tearing of the disc or kickback.
Safety Warnings Specific for Polishing Operations
a) Do not allow any loose portion of the polishing bonnet or its attachment
strings to spin freely. Tuck away or trim any loose attachment strings. Loose
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and spinning attachment strings can entangle your fingers or snag on the
workpiece.
WARNING: Use of this tool can generate and/or disburse dust, which may cause
serious and permanent respiratory or other injury. Always use AS/NZS1716 approved
respiratory protection appropriate for the dust exposure. Direct particles away from
face and body.
WARNING: Always wear proper personal hearing protection that conforms to
AS/NZS1270 during use. Under some conditions and duration of use, noise from this
product may contribute to hearing loss.
• The label on your tool may include the following symbols. The symbols and their
definitions are as follows:
V ................. volts
A ...............amperes
Hz ............... hertz
W ..............watts
min ............. minutes
...........alternating current
........ direct current
...........alternating or direct current
.............. Class I Construction
no ..............no load speed
................... (grounded)
.............earthing terminal
.............. Class II Construction
..............safety alert symbol
................... (double insulated)
BPM ..........beats per minute
…/min ........ per minute
RPM ..........revolutions per minute
IPM ............. impacts per minute
Safety Warnings Specific for Wire Brushing Operations
a) Be aware that wire bristles are thrown by the brush even during ordinary
operation. Do not overstress the wires by applying excessive load to the
brush. The wire bristles can easily penetrate light clothing and/or skin.
b) If the use of a guard is recommended for wire brushing, do not allow any
interference of the wire wheel or brush with the guard. Wire wheel or brush
may expand in diameter due to work and centrifugal forces.
Additional Safety Warnings
• Air vents often cover moving parts and should be avoided. Loose clothes,
jewelry or long hair can be caught in moving parts.
WARNING: We recommend the use of a residual current device with a residual
current rating of 30mA or less.
WARNING: ALWAYS wear approved protective safety equipment complying with
the following standards:
• Eye protection: AS/NZS1337 Eye Protectors for Industrial Applications;
• Hearing protection: AS/NZS1270 Acoustics – Hearing Protection;
• Respiratory protection: AS/NZS1716 Respiratory Protective Devices.
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 and cement and other masonry products, and
• arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated lumber.
Your 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 well ventilated area, and
work with approved safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially
designed to filter out microscopic particles.
• Avoid prolonged contact with dust from power sanding, sawing, grinding,
drilling, and other construction activities. Wear protective clothing and wash
exposed areas with soap and water. Allowing dust to get into your mouth, eyes,
or lay on the skin may promote absorption of harmful chemicals.
Important Safety Instructions for All Battery Packs
When ordering replacement battery packs, be sure to include the catalog number and
voltage. Consult the chart at the end of this manual for compatibility of chargers and
battery packs.
The battery pack is not fully charged out of the carton. Before using the battery pack
and charger, read the safety instructions below and then follow charging procedures
outlined.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
• Do not charge or use the battery pack in explosive atmospheres, such as in
the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust. Inserting or removing the
battery pack from the charger may ignite the dust or fumes.
• Never force the battery pack into the charger. Do not modify the battery pack
in any way to fit into a non-compatible charger as battery pack may rupture
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the battery electrolyte is composed of a mixture of liquid organic carbonates and
lithium salts.
• Contents of opened battery cells may cause respiratory irritation. Provide fresh
air. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention.
WARNING: Burn hazard. Battery liquid may be flammable if exposed to spark or
flame.
causing serious personal injury. Consult the chart at the end of this manual for
compatibility of batteries and chargers.
• Charge the battery packs only in designated DEWALT chargers.
• DO NOT splash or immerse in water or other liquids.
• Do not store or use the tool and battery pack in locations where the
temperature may reach or exceed 40 ˚C (105 ˚F) (such as outside sheds
or metal buildings in summer). For best life store battery packs in a cool, dry
location.
NOTE: Do not store the battery packs in a tool with the trigger switch locked
on. Never tape the trigger switch in the ON position.
WARNING: Fire hazard. Never attempt to open the battery pack for any reason. If
the battery pack case is cracked or damaged, do not insert into the charger. Do not
crush, drop or damage the battery pack. Do not use a battery pack or charger that
has received a sharp blow, been dropped, run over or damaged in any way (e.g.,
pierced with a nail, hit with a hammer, stepped on). Damaged battery packs should be
returned to the service centre for recycling.
WARNING: Fire hazard. Do not store or carry the battery pack so that metal
objects can contact exposed battery terminals. For example, do not place the
battery pack in aprons, pockets, tool boxes, product kit boxes, drawers, etc., with
loose nails, screws, keys, etc. Transporting batteries can possibly cause fires if
the battery terminals inadvertently come in contact with conductive materials
such as keys, coins, hand tools and the like. The US Department of Transportation
Hazardous Material Regulations (HMR) actually prohibit transporting batteries in
commerce or on airplanes (e.g., packed in suitcases and carry-on luggage) UNLESS
they are properly protected from short circuits. So when transporting individual
battery packs, make sure that the battery terminals are protected and well insulated
from materials that could contact them and cause a short circuit.
SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR LITHIUM ION (Li-Ion)
• Do not incinerate the battery pack even if it is severely damaged or is
completely worn out. The battery pack can explode in a fire. Toxic fumes and
materials are created when lithium ion battery packs are burned.
• If battery contents come into contact with the skin, immediately wash area
with mild soap and water. If battery liquid gets into the eye, rinse water over the
open eye for 15 minutes or until irritation ceases. If medical attention is needed,
Important Safety Instructions for All Battery Chargers
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS: This manual contains important safety and operating
instructions for battery chargers.
• Before using the charger, read all instructions and cautionary markings on the
charger, battery pack and product using the battery pack.
WARNING: Shock hazard. Do not allow any liquid to get inside the charger. Electric
shock may result.
CAUTION: Burn hazard. To reduce the risk of injury, charge only DEWALT
rechargeable battery packs. Other types of batteries may overheat and burst resulting
in personal injury and property damage.
NOTICE: Under certain conditions, with the charger plugged into the power supply, the
charger can be shorted by foreign material. Foreign materials of a conductive nature,
such as, but not limited to, grinding dust, metal chips, steel wool, aluminum foil or any
buildup of metallic particles should be kept away from the charger cavities. Always
unplug the charger from the power supply when there is no battery pack in the cavity.
Unplug the charger before attempting to clean.
• DO NOT attempt to charge the battery pack with any chargers other than the
ones in this manual. The charger and battery pack are specifically designed to
work together.
• These chargers are not intended for any uses other than charging DEWALT
rechargeable batteries. Any other uses may result in risk of fire, electric shock
or electrocution.
• Do not expose the charger to rain or snow.
• Pull by the plug rather than the cord when disconnecting the charger. This will
reduce the risk of damage to the electric plug and cord.
• Make sure that the cord is located so that it will not be stepped on, tripped
over or otherwise subjected to damage or stress.
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• Do not use an extension cord unless it is absolutely necessary. Use
of improper extension cord could result in risk of fire, electric shock or
electrocution.
• When operating a charger outdoors, always provide a dry location and use an
extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a cord suitable for outdoor use
reduces the risk of electric shock.
• Do not place any object on top of the charger or place the charger on a soft
surface that might block the ventilation slots and result in excessive internal
heat. Place the charger in a position away from any heat source. The charger is
ventilated through slots in the top and the bottom of the housing.
• Do not operate the charger with a damaged cord or plug.
• Do not operate the charger if it has received a sharp blow, been dropped or
otherwise damaged in any way. Take it to an authorised service centre.
• Do not disassemble the charger; take it to an authorised service centre when
service or repair is required. Incorrect reassembly may result in a risk of electric
shock, electrocution or fire.
• Disconnect the charger from the outlet before attempting any cleaning. This
will reduce the risk of electric shock. Removing the battery pack will not reduce
this risk.
• NEVER attempt to connect 2 chargers together.
• The charger is designed to operate on standard 230 V household electrical
power. Do not attempt to use it on any other voltage. This does not apply to the
vehicular charger.
3. The completion of charge will be indicated by the red light remaining ON
continuously. The pack is fully charged and may be used at this time or left in the
charger.
FIG. 1
J
Indicator Light Operation
PACK CHARGING
PACK CHARGED
HOT/COLD DELAY
x
Chargers
PROBLEM PACK OR CHARGER
PROBLEM POWERLINE
Your tool uses a DEWALT charger. Be sure to read all safety instructions before using
your charger. Consult the chart at the end of this manual for compatibility of chargers
and battery packs.
Charge Indicators
This charger is designed to detect certain problems that can arise. Problems are indicated
by the red light flashing at a fast rate. If this occurs, re-insert the battery pack into the
charger. If the problem persists, try a different battery pack to determine if the charger
is working properly. If the new pack charges correctly, then the original pack is defective
and should be returned to a service centre or other collection site for recycling. If the new
battery pack elicits the same trouble indication as the original, have the charger and the
battery pack tested at an authorised service centre.
Charging Procedure (Fig. 1)
1. Plug the charger into an appropriate outlet before inserting the battery pack.
2. Insert the battery pack (J) into the charger, as shown in Figure 1, making sure
the pack is fully seated in charger. The red (charging) light will blink continuously,
indicating that the charging process has started.
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HOT/COLD DELAY
This charger has a hot/cold delay feature: when the charger detects a battery that is
hot, it automatically starts a delay, suspending charging until the battery has cooled.
After the battery has cooled, the charger automatically switches to the pack charging
mode. This feature ensures maximum battery life. The red light flashes long, then
short while in the hot/cold delay mode.
LEAVING THE BATTERY PACK IN THE CHARGER
The charger and battery pack can be left connected with the charge indicator showing
Pack Charged.
WEAK BATTERY PACKS: Weak batteries will continue to function but should not be
expected to perform as much work.
FAULTY BATTERY PACKS: This charger will not charge a faulty battery pack. The
charger will indicate faulty battery pack by refusing to light or by displaying problem pack
or charger.
NOTE: This could also mean a problem with a charger.
PROBLEM POWER LINE
Some chargers have a Problem Powerline indicator. When the charger is used with
some portable power sources such as generators or sources that convert DC to AC, the
charger may temporarily suspend operation, flashing the red light with two fast blinks
followed by a pause. This indicates the power source is out of limits.
4. If the battery pack does not charge properly:
a. Check operation of receptacle by plugging in a lamp or other appliance;
b. Check to see if receptacle is connected to a light switch which turns power off
when you turn out the lights;
c. Move the charger and battery pack to a location where the surrounding air
temperature is approximately 18 °–24 °C (65 °F and 75 °F);
d. If charging problems persist, take the tool, battery pack and charger to your
local service centre.
5. The battery pack should be recharged when it fails to produce sufficient power
on jobs which were easily done previously. DO NOT CONTINUE to use under
these conditions. Follow the charging procedure. You may also charge a partially
used pack whenever you desire with no adverse effect on the battery pack.
6. Foreign materials of a conductive nature such as, but not limited to, grinding dust,
metal chips, steel wool, aluminum foil, or any buildup of metallic particles should
be kept away from charger cavities. Always unplug the charger from the power
supply when there is no battery pack in the cavity. Unplug the charger before
attempting to clean.
7. Do not freeze or immerse the charger in water or any other liquid.
WARNING: Shock hazard. Don’t allow any liquid to get inside the charger. Electric
shock may result.
WARNING: Burn hazard. Do not submerge the battery pack in any liquid or allow
any liquid to enter the battery pack. Never attempt to open the battery pack for any
reason. If the plastic housing of the battery pack breaks or cracks, return to a service
centre for recycling.
Important Charging Notes
1. Longest life and best performance can be obtained if the battery pack is charged
when the air temperature is between 18 ˚–24 ˚C (65 ˚F and 75 ˚F). DO NOT
charge the battery pack in an air temperature below +4 ˚C (+40 ˚F), or above
+40 ˚C (+105 ˚F). This is important and will prevent serious damage to the
battery pack.
2. The charger and battery pack may become warm to the touch while charging.
This is a normal condition, and does not indicate a problem. To facilitate the
cooling of the battery pack after use, avoid placing the charger or battery pack in
a warm environment such as in a metal shed or an uninsulated trailer.
3. A cold battery pack will charge at about half the rate of a warm battery pack. The
battery pack will charge at that slower rate throughout the entire charging cycle
and will not return to maximum charge rate even if the battery pack warms.
Storage Recommendations
1. The best storage place is one that is cool and dry, away from direct sunlight and
excess heat or cold.
2. For long storage, it is recommended to store a fully charged battery pack in a
cool dry place out of the charger for optimal results.
NOTE: Battery packs should not be stored completely depleted of charge. The battery
pack will need to be recharged before use.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE
FIG. 2
ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS
Attaching Side Handle (Fig. 2, 3)
B
The side handle (E) can be fitted to either side of the gear case in the threaded holes.
Before using the tool, check that the handle is tightened securely.
To improve user comfort, the gear case will rotate 90° for cutting operations.
J
Rotating the Gear Case
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, turn tool off and
remove the battery pack before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
1. Remove the four corner screws attaching the gear case
FIG. 3
to motor housing.
2. Without separating the gear case from motor housing,
rotate the gear case head to desired position.
NOTE: If the gear case and motor housing become
separated by more than 3.17 mm (1/8"), the tool must be
serviced and re-assembled by a DEWALT service centre.
Failure to have the tool serviced may cause brush, motor
and bearing failure.
3. Reinstall screws to attach the gear case to the
motor housing. Tighten screws to 20 in.-lbs. torque.
Overtightening could cause screws to strip.
A
E
F
C
I
COMPONENTS (Fig. 2, 9)
WARNING: Never modify the power tool or any part of it. Damage or personal
injury could result.
A. Trigger switch
F. Abrasive wheel
B. Lock-off button
G. Unthreaded backing flange (Fig. 9)
C. Spindle lock button
H. Threaded clamp nut (Fig. 9)
D. Spindle (Fig. 9)
I. Guard
E. Side handle
J. Battery pack
Accessories
It is important to choose the correct guards, backing pads and flanges to use with
grinder accessories. Refer to pages 12 and 13 for information on choosing the
correct accessories.
WARNING: Accessories must be rated for at least the speed recommended on the
tool warning label. Wheels and other accessories running over their rated accessory
speed may fly apart and cause injury. Threaded accessories must have a 5/8"-11
hub. Every unthreaded accessory must have a 22.2 mm (7/8") arbor hole. If it does
not, it may have been designed for a circular saw. Use only the accessories shown on
pages 12 and 13 of this manual. Accessory ratings must always be above tool speed
as shown on tool nameplate.
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Mounting Guard
NOTE: The guard is pre-adjusted to the diameter of
FIG. 5
the gear case hub at the factory. If, after a period of
time, the guard becomes loose, tighten the
adjusting screw (N) with clamp lever in the closed
position with guard installed on the tool (Fig. 5).
CAUTION: Do not tighten the adjusting
screw with the clamp lever in the open position.
Undetectable damage to the guard or the mounting
hub may result.
N
CAUTION: If the guard cannot be tightened by
the adjusting clamp, do not use the tool. To reduce
the risk of personal injury, take the tool and guard
to a service centre to repair or replace the guard.
NOTE: Edge grinding and cutting can be performed with Type 27 wheels designed
and specified for this purpose; 6.35 mm (1/4") thick wheels are designed for surface
grinding while 3.17 mm (1/8") wheels are designed for edge grinding. Cutting can
also be performed by using a Type 1 wheel and a Type 1 guard.
MOUNTING AND REMOVING GUARD (FIG. 4)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal FIG. 4
injury, turn tool off and remove the battery pack
L
before making any adjustments or removing/
installing attachments or accessories. An accidental
start-up can cause injury.
CAUTION: Guards must be used with all grinding
wheels, cutting wheels, sanding flap discs, wire
brushes, and wire wheels. The tool may be used
M
without a guard only when sanding with conventional
K
sanding discs. A Type 27 guard (intended for use
with depressed center grinding wheels [Type 27 and
Type 29], sanding flap discs, wire wheels and wire
cup brushes) is available at extra cost from your local
dealer or authorised service centre. Grinding and
cutting with wheels other than Type 27 and 29 require
different accessory guards not included with tool. A
I
Type 1 guard is provided for use with the Type 1 wheel.
Mounting instructions for accessory guards are shown
below and are also included in the accessory package.
1. Open the guard latch (K), and align the lugs (L) on the guard with the slots on
the gear case (M). This will align the lugs on the guard with the slots on the gear
case cover.
2. Push the guard down until the guard lugs engage and rotate freely in the groove
on the gear case hub.
3. With the guard latch open, rotate the guard (I) into the desired working position.
The guard body should be positioned between the spindle and the operator to
provide maximum operator protection.
4. Close the guard latch to secure the guard on the gear case. You should not be
able to rotate the guard by hand when the latch is closed. Do not operate the
grinder with a loose guard or the clamp lever in open position.
5. To remove the guard, open the guard latch, rotate the guard so that the arrows
are aligned and pull up on the guard.
OPERATION
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, turn tool off and
remove the battery pack before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
Installing and Removing the Battery Pack (Fig. 6)
NOTE: For best results, make sure your battery pack is fully charged.
FIG. 6
J
O
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Wire Wheels
125 mm (5") Grinding Wheels
Type 27 guard*
Type 27 guard*
Type 27 guard*
Type 27 guard*
unthreaded backing
flange
3" wire cup brush
Type 27 hubbed wheel
4" wire wheel
Type 27 depressed center wheel
threaded clamp nut
* NOTE: A Type 27 guard is available at extra cost from your local dealer or authorised service centre.
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Sanding Discs
125 mm (5") Sanding Flap Discs
125 mm (5") Cutting Wheels
rubber backing pad
Type 27 guard*
sanding disc
Type 27 guard*
unthreaded backing flange
Type 1 guard
Type 1 guard
unthreaded backing flange
unthreaded backing flange
abrasive cutting wheel
diamond cutting wheel
threaded clamp nut
threaded clamp nut
hubbed sanding flap disc
threaded clamp nut
non-hubbed sanding flap disc
threaded clamp nut
* NOTE: A Type 27 guard is available at extra cost from your local dealer or authorised service centre.
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To install the battery pack (J) into the tool handle, align the battery pack with the rails
inside the tool’s handle and slide it into the handle until the battery pack is firmly
seated in the tool and ensure that it does not disengage.
To remove the battery pack from the tool, press the release button (O) and firmly pull
the battery pack out of the tool handle. Insert it into the charger as described in the
charger section of this manual.
FUEL GAUGE BATTERY PACKS (FIG. 7)
Some DEWALT battery packs include a fuel gauge which consists of three green LED
lights that indicate the level of charge remaining in the battery pack.
To actuate the fuel gauge, press and hold the fuel gauge button (P). A combination
of the three green LED lights will illuminate designating the level of charge left. When
the level of charge in the battery is below the usable limit, the fuel gauge will not
illuminate and the battery will need to be recharged.
FIG. 8
UNLOCKED
B
LOCKED
A
To unlock the trigger switch, press the lock-off button. When the lock-off button is
depressed to the unlock icon, the unit is unlocked. The lock-off button is colored red
to indicate when the switch is in its unlocked position.
Pull the trigger switch (A) to turn the motor ON. Releasing the trigger switch turns the
motor OFF.
NOTE: This tool has no provision to lock the switch in the ON position, and should
never be locked ON by any other means.
WARNING: Hold the side handle and body of the tool firmly to maintain control of
the tool at start up and during use and until the wheel or accessory stops rotating.
Make sure the wheel has come to a complete stop before laying the tool down.
WARNING: Allow the tool to reach full speed before touching tool to the work
surface. Lift the tool from the work surface before turning the tool off.
SPINDLE LOCK BUTTON (FIG. 2)
The spindle lock button (C) is provided to prevent the spindle from rotating when
installing or removing wheels. Operate the spindle lock button only when the tool is
turned off, the battery is removed, and the wheel has come to a complete stop.
NOTICE: To reduce the risk of damage to the tool, do not engage the spindle lock
button while the tool is operating. Damage to the tool will result and attached
accessory may spin off possibly resulting in injury.
To engage the lock, depress the spindle lock button (C) and rotate the spindle until
you are unable to rotate the spindle further.
FIG. 7
P
NOTE: The fuel gauge is only an indication of the charge left on the battery pack.
It does not indicate tool functionality and is subject to variation based on product
components, temperature and end-user application.
For more information regarding fuel gauge battery packs, please call 1800 444 224
(Aust) or 0800 339 258 (NZ).
Switch
LOCK-OFF BUTTON AND TRIGGER SWITCH
Your cut-off tool is equipped with a lock-off button (B).
To lock the trigger switch (A), press the lock-off button as shown in Figure 8. When
the lock-off button is depressed to the lock icon, the unit is locked.
Always lock the trigger switch when carrying or storing the tool to eliminate
unintentional starting.
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Mounting and Using Depressed Center Grinding Wheels and
Sanding Flap Discs
(1/8") thick or less, place the threaded clamp nut on the spindle so that the raised
section (pilot) is not against the wheel (Fig. 10B).
4. While depressing the spindle lock button, tighten the clamp nut with a wrench.
NOTE: The Type 27 guard MUST be used and is available at extra cost from your local
dealer or authorised service centre.
MOUNTING AND REMOVING HUBBED WHEELS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, turn tool off and
remove the battery pack before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
Hubbed wheels install directly on the 5/8"-11 threaded spindle.
1. Thread the wheel on the spindle by hand.
2. Depress the spindle lock button and use a wrench to tighten the hub of the wheel.
3. Reverse the above procedure to remove the wheel.
NOTICE: Failure to properly seat the wheel before turning the tool on may result in
damage to the tool or the wheel.
MOUNTING NON-HUBBED WHEELS (FIG. 9)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal
FIG. 9
injury, turn tool off and remove the battery pack
before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can
G
cause injury.
Depressed center Type 27 grinding wheels must be
D
used with included flanges. See pages 12 and 13 of this
manual for more information.
1. Install the unthreaded backing flange (G) on spindle
(D) with the raised section (pilot) against the wheel.
2. Place wheel against the backing flange, centering
the wheel on the raised section (pilot) of the
backing flange.
H
3. While depressing the spindle lock button, thread
the clamp nut (H) on spindle. If the wheel you are
installing is more than 3.17 mm (1/8") thick, place
the threaded clamp nut on the spindle so that the raised section (pilot) fits into
the center of the wheel (Fig. 10A). If the wheel you are installing is 3.17 mm
FIG. 10A
FIG. 10B
6.35 mm (1/4") wheels
3.17 mm (1/8") wheels
Clamp nut
Clamp nut
Backing flange
Backing flange
5. To remove the wheel, depress the spindle lock button and loosen the threaded
clamp nut with a wrench.
NOTE: If the wheel spins after the clamp nut is tightened, check the orientation of the
threaded clamp nut. If a thin wheel is installed with the pilot on the clamp nut against
the wheel, it will spin because the height of the pilot prevents the clamp nut from
holding the wheel.
SURFACE GRINDING WITH GRINDING WHEELS
1. Allow the tool to reach full speed before touching
FIG. 11
the tool to the work surface.
2. Apply minimum pressure to the work surface,
allowing the tool to operate at high speed.
Grinding rate is greatest when the tool operates at
20˚–30˚
high speed.
3. Maintain a 20° to 30° angle between the tool and
work surface (Fig. 11).
4. Continuously move the tool in a forward and back motion to avoid creating
gouges in the work surface.
5. Remove the tool from work surface before turning tool off. Allow the tool to stop
rotating before laying it down.
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EDGE GRINDING WITH GRINDING WHEELS
WARNING: Wheels used for cutting and edge grinding may break or kickback if
they bend or twist while the tool is being used to do cut-off work or deep grinding. To
reduce the risk of serious injury, limit the use of these wheels with a standard Type 27
guard to shallow cutting and notching (less than 13 mm [1/2"] in depth). The open
side of the guard must be positioned away from the operator. For deeper cutting with
a Type 1 cut-off wheel, use a closed Type 1 guard. Refer to pages 12 and 13 for more
information.
1. Allow the tool to reach full speed before
FIG. 12
touching the tool to the work surface.
2. Apply minimum pressure to the work
surface, allowing the tool to operate at high
speed. Grinding rate is greatest when the
tool operates at high speed.
3. Position yourself so that the open-underside
of the wheel is facing away from you.
4. Once a cut is begun and a notch is
established in the workpiece, do not change
the angle of the cut. Changing the angle will
cause the wheel to bend and may cause
wheel breakage. Edge grinding wheels are
not designed to withstand side pressures
caused by bending (Fig. 12).
5. Remove the tool from the work surface before turning the tool off. Allow the tool
to stop rotating before laying it down.
WARNING: Do not use edge grinding/cutting wheels for surface grinding
applications because these wheels are not designed for side pressures encountered
with surface grinding. Wheel breakage and serious personal injury may result.
SURFACE FINISHING WITH SANDING FLAP DISCS
1. Allow the tool to reach full speed before touching
FIG. 13
the tool to the work surface.
2. Apply minimum pressure to work surface,
allowing the tool to operate at high speed.
5˚–10˚
Sanding rate is greatest when the tool operates
at high speed.
3. Maintain a 5° to 10° angle between the tool and work surface (Fig. 13).
4. Continuously move the tool in a forward and back motion to avoid creating
gouges in the work surface.
5. Remove the tool from work surface before turning tool off. Allow the tool to stop
rotating before laying it down.
MOUNTING SANDING BACKING PADS (FIG. 14)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, turn tool off and
remove the battery pack before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
NOTE: Guard may be removed when using sanding backing pads.
WARNING: Proper guard must be reinstalled for grinding wheel, cutting wheel,
sanding flap disc, wire brush or wire wheel applications after sanding applications are
complete.
1. Place or appropriately thread backing pad (Q)
FIG. 14
on the spindle.
R
2. Place the sanding disc (R) on the backing pad
S
(Q).
3. While depressing the spindle lock button,thread
clamp nut (S) on spindle, piloting the raised hub
on the clamp nut into the center of sanding disc
and backing pad.
4. Tighten the clamp nut by hand. Then depress
the spindle lock button while turning the
sanding disc until the sanding disc and clamp
nut are snug.
5. To remove the wheel, grasp and turn the
Q
backing pad and sanding disc while depressing
the spindle lock button.
USING SANDING BACKING PADS
Choose the proper grit sanding discs for your application. Sanding discs are available
in various grits. Coarse grits yield faster material removal rates and a rougher finish.
Finer grits yield slower material removal and a smoother finish.
Begin with coarse grit discs for fast, rough material removal. Move to a medium grit
paper and finish with a fine grit disc for optimal finish.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Coarse
16–30 grit
Medium
36–80 grit
Fine Finishing
100–120 grit
Very Fine Finishing
150–180 grit
Allow the tool to reach full speed before touching tool to the work surface.
Apply minimum pressure to work surface, allowing the tool to operate at high
speed. Sanding rate is greatest when the tool operates at high speed.
Maintain a 5° to 15° angle between the tool and
FIG. 15
work surface. The sanding disc should contact
approximately 25.4 mm (1") of work surface
(Fig 15).
5˚–15˚
Move the tool constantly in a straight line to
prevent burning and swirling of work surface.
Allowing the tool to rest on the work surface without moving, or moving the tool
in a circular motion causes burning and swirling marks on the work surface.
Remove the tool from work surface before turning tool off. Allow the tool to stop
rotating before laying it down.
3. NO EATING, DRINKING or SMOKING should be done in the work area to prevent
ingesting contaminated paint particles. Workers should wash and clean up
BEFORE eating, drinking or smoking. Articles of food, drink, or smoking should
not be left in the work area where dust would settle on them.
ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
1. Paint should be removed in such a manner as to minimize the amount of dust
generated.
2. Areas where paint removal is occurring should be sealed with plastic sheeting of
4 mils thickness.
3. Sanding should be done in a manner to reduce tracking of paint dust outside the
work area.
CLEANING AND DISPOSAL
1. All surfaces in the work area should be vacuumed and thoroughly cleaned daily
for the duration of the sanding project. Vacuum filter bags should be changed
frequently.
2. Plastic drop cloths should be gathered up and disposed of along with any dust
chips or other removal debris. They should be placed in sealed refuse receptacles
and disposed of through regular trash pick-up procedures.
During clean up, children and pregnant women should be kept away from the
immediate work area.
3. All toys, washable furniture and utensils used by children should be washed
thoroughly before being used again.
Precautions To Take When Sanding Paint
1. Sanding of lead based paint is NOT RECOMMENDED due to the difficulty of
controlling the contaminated dust. The greatest danger of lead poisoning is to
children and pregnant women.
2. Since it is difficult to identify whether or not a paint contains lead without a
chemical analysis, we recommend the following precautions when sanding any
paint:
PERSONAL SAFETY
1. No children or pregnant women should enter the work area where the paint
sanding is being done until all clean up is completed.
2. A dust mask or respirator should be worn by all persons entering the work area.
The filter should be replaced daily or whenever the wearer has difficulty breathing.
NOTE: Only those dust masks suitable for working with lead paint dust and fumes
should be used. Ordinary painting masks do not offer this protection. See your
local hardware dealer for the proper respiratory protection.
Mounting and Using Wire Brushes and Wire Wheels
Wire cup brushes or wire wheels screw directly on the grinder spindle without the use
of flanges. Use only wire brushes or wheels provided with a 5/8"-11 threaded hub. A
Type 27 guard is required when using wire brushes and wheels.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of personal injury, wear work gloves when
handling wire brushes and wheels. They can become sharp.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of damage to the tool, wheel or brush must not
touch guard when mounted or while in use. Undetectable damage could occur to the
accessory, causing wires to fragment from accessory wheel or cup.
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MOUNTING WIRE CUP BRUSHES AND WIRE WHEELS
Mounting and Using Cutting (Type 1) Wheels
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, turn tool off and
remove the battery pack before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
1. Thread the wheel on the spindle by hand.
2. Depress spindle lock button and use a wrench on the hub of the wire wheel or
brush to tighten the wheel.
3. To remove the wheel, reverse the above procedure.
NOTICE: To reduce the risk of damage to the tool, properly seat the wheel hub before
turning the tool on.
USING WIRE CUP BRUSHES AND WIRE WHEELS
Wire wheels and brushes can be used for removing rust, scale and paint, and for
smoothing irregular surfaces.
NOTE: The same precautions should be taken when wire brushing paint as when
sanding paint (refer to Precautions To Take When Sanding Paint, page 17).
1. Allow the tool to reach full speed before touching the tool to the work surface.
2. Apply minimum pressure to work surface, allowing the tool to operate at high
speed. Material removal rate is greatest when the tool operates at high speed.
3. Maintain a 5° to 10° angle between the tool and work
FIG. 16
surface for wire cup brushes (Fig. 16).
4. Maintain contact between the edge of the wheel and
the work surface with wire wheels.
5. Continuously move the tool in a forward and back
5˚–10˚
motion to avoid creating gouges in the work surface.
Allowing the tool to rest on the work surface without
moving, or moving the tool in a circular motion
causes burning and swirling marks on the work surface.
6. Remove the tool from the work surface before turning the tool off. Allow the tool
to stop rotating before setting it down.
CAUTION: Use extra care when working over an edge, as a sudden sharp
movement of grinder may be experienced.
Cutting wheels include diamond wheels and abrasive discs. Abrasive cutting wheels
for metal and concrete use are available. Diamond blades for concrete cutting can
also be used.
WARNING: A closed, two-sided cutting wheel guard is included with this tool and
is required when using cutting wheels. Failure to use proper flange and guard can
result in injury resulting from wheel breakage and wheel contact. See pages 12 and
13 for more information.
MOUNTING CLOSED (TYPE 1) GUARD (FIG. 17)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, turn tool off and
remove the battery pack before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
1. Open the guard latch (V), and align the lugs (T)
FIG. 17
on the guard with the slots on the hub (U).
This will align the lugs with slots on the gear
U
case cover. Position the guard facing
backward.
2. Push the guard down until the guard lug
engages and rotates freely in the groove on the
gear case hub.
3. Rotate guard (I) into desired working position.
T
The guard body should be positioned between
V
the spindle and the operator to provide
maximum operator protection.
4. Close the guard latch to secure the guard on
the gear case cover. You should be unable to
rotate the guard by hand when the latch is in
closed position. Do not operate grinder with a
loose guard or clamp lever in open position.
I
5. To remove the guard, open the guard latch,
rotate the guard so that the arrows are aligned
and pull up on the guard.
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3. Once a cut is begun and a notch is established in the workpiece, do not change
the angle of the cut. Changing the angle will cause the wheel to bend and may
cause wheel breakage.
4. Remove the tool from work surface before turning tool off. Allow the tool to stop
rotating before setting it down.
FIG. 18
NOTE: The guard is pre-adjusted to the diameter of
the gear case hub at the factory. If, after a period of
time, the guard becomes loose, tighten the
adjusting screw (W) with the clamp lever in the
W
closed position with guard installed on the tool
(Fig. 18).
NOTICE: To reduce the risk of damage to the tool,
do not tighten adjusting screw with clamp lever in
open position. Undetectable damage to guard or mounting hub may result.
MOUNTING CUTTING WHEELS
MAINTENANCE
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, turn tool off and
remove the battery pack before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
Lubrication
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury, turn tool off and
remove the battery pack before making any adjustments or removing/installing
attachments or accessories. An accidental start-up can cause injury.
CAUTION: Matching diameter threaded backing flange and clamp nut (included
with tool) must be used for cutting wheels.
1. Place the unthreaded backing flange on spindle with the raised section (pilot)
facing up. The raised section (pilot) on the backing flange will be against the
wheel when the wheel is installed.
2. Place the wheel on the backing flange, centering the wheel on the raised section
(pilot).
3. Install the threaded clamp nut with the raised section (pilot) facing away from the
wheel.
4. Depress the spindle lock button and tighten clamp nut with a wrench.
5. To remove the wheel, depress the spindle lock button and loosen the threaded
clamp nut with a wrench.
USING CUTTING WHEELS
WARNING: Do not use edge grinding/cutting wheels for surface grinding
applications because these wheels are not designed for side pressures encountered
with surface grinding. Wheel breakage and injury may result.
1. Allow tool to reach full speed before touching tool to work surface.
2. Apply minimum pressure to work surface, allowing tool to operate at high speed.
Cutting rate is greatest when the tool operates at high speed.
Your power tool requires no additional lubrication.
Cleaning
WARNING: Blow dirt and dust out of all air vents with clean, dry air at least once
a week. To minimize the risk of eye injury, always wear AS/NZS51337 approved eye
protection when performing this.
WARNING: Never use solvents or other harsh chemicals for cleaning the nonmetallic parts of the tool. These chemicals may weaken the plastic materials used in
these parts. Use a cloth dampened only with water and mild soap. Never let any liquid
get inside the tool; never immerse any part of the tool into a liquid.
CHARGER CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: Shock hazard. Disconnect the charger from the AC outlet before
cleaning. Dirt and grease may be removed from the exterior of the charger using a
cloth or soft non-metallic brush. Do not use water or any cleaning solutions.
Repairs
The charger and battery pack are not serviceable. There are no serviceable parts
inside the charger or battery pack.
To assure product SAFETY and RELIABILITY, repairs, maintenance and adjustment
(including brush inspection and replacement) should be performed by certified
service centres or other qualified service organizations, always using identical
replacement parts.
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ACCESSORIES
WARNING: Since accessories, other than those offered by DEWALT, have not been
tested with this product, use of such accessories with this tool could be hazardous.
To reduce the risk of injury, only DEWALT recommended accessories should be used
with this product.
Recommended accessories for use with your tool are available at extra cost from your
local service centre. If you need any assistance in locating any accessory, please
contact Stanley Black & Decker, 82 Taryn Drive, Epping, VIC 3076 Australia or call
1800 444 224 or (NZ) 0800 339 258.
DEWALT BATTERY AND CHARGER SYSTEMS
Battery
Output
Nominal
Chargers/Charge Time
240 Volts
12 Volts
Cat. Number
Voltage
Amp Hour
97014
98014
DW9106
DW9107
DW9108
DW9115
DW9116
DW9117
DW9118
DE9116
DE9118
DW911
DC011
DW0245
DE2046
DE9000
DC9310
DC9360
DE0240-XJ
DW0242
DW0240
DC9096
DC9180
DCB180
DCB181
DCB182
DW9096
DE9095-XJ
DC9091
DC9144
DE9094
DE9091-XJ
DW9091
DC9071
DE9071-XJ
DE9074-XJ
DW9050
DW9071
DW9072
DCB120
DCB123
DW9063
DW9062
DW9061
DW9048
DW9057
DW9046
36
24
24
24
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
14.4
14.4
14.4
14.4
14.4
12
12
12
12
12
12
10.8
10.8
9.6
9.6
9.6
9.6
7.2
7.2
2.2
2.0
2.0
1.7
2.4
2.0
3.0
1.5
4.0
2.4
2.0
2.4
2.0
1.3
2.0
1.7
2.4
2.0
1.25
1.3
1.7
1.2
1.3
1.5
1.25
1.3
1.7
1.3
1.25
1.3
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X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X
60
X
45
45
45
60
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45
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45
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X
45
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40
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40
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45
45
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60
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45
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60
45
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X
45
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60
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45
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45
X
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45
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40
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60
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30
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45
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30
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30
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X
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60
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60
60
60
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30
45
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60
45
30
X
45
30
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X
30
30
45
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30
X
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X
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X
X
X
X
15
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15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
15
X
X
15
15
15
15
15
15
X
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X
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60
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X
60
60
60
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30
45
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45
30
X
45
30
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X
30
30
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X
30
X
X
X
X
X
20
X
X
X
X
20
20
15
X
12
15
15
15
15
12
X
15
12
X
X
12
12
15
X
12
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
60
X
60
90
90
60
90
60
X
90
60
X
X
60
60
90
X
60
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X
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60
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60
60
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30
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30
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30
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X
DCB100 DCB105 DCB119 DW9109 DC9319
X
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90
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117
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40
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X Indicates that the battery pack is not compatible with that specific charger.
All charge times are approximate. Actual charge time may vary.
Read the instruction manual for more specific information.
The battery voltage is nominal, it can measure above or below depending on the state of charge.
Stanley Black & Decker
82 Taryn Drive, Epping, VIC 3076 Australia • 1800 444 224 (Aust) or 0800 339 258 (NZ)
www.dewalt.com.au • www.dewalt.co.nz
(FEB12)
Part No. N147708
DCG412-XE
Copyright © 2012 DEWALT
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