DCS570 | DeWalt DCS570 CORDLESS CIRCULAR SAW instruction manual

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Copyright DeWALT
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EC-Declaration of Conformity
You have chosen a DeWALT tool. Years of experience, thorough
product development and innovation make DeWALT one of the
most reliable partners for professional power tool users.
Machinery Directive
Technical Data
Battery type
No-load speed
Blade diameter
Maximum depth of cut
Blade bore
Bevel angle adjustment
Weight (without battery pack)
(-XE: 20 mm)
Noise values and vibration values (triax vector sum) according to EN60745-2-5:
LPA(emission sound pressure level)
LWA(sound power level)
K (uncertainty for the given sound level)
Vibration emission value ah, W =
Uncertainty K =
The vibration emission level given in this information sheet has
been measured in accordance with a standardised test given in
EN60745 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.
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.
Cordless Circular Saw
DeWALT declares that these products described under
Technical Data are in compliance with: 2006/42/EC, EN607451:2009+A11:2010, EN60745-1:2009+A11:2010,
These products also comply with Directive 2014/30/EU and
2011/65/EU. For more information, please contact DeWALT at
the following address or refer to the back of the manual.
The undersigned is responsible for compilation of the technical
file and makes this declaration on behalf of DeWALT.
Markus Rompel
Director Engineering
DeWALT, Richard-Klinger-Straße 11,
D-65510, Idstein, Germany
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, read the
instruction manual.
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.
Denotes risk of electric shock.
Denotes risk of fire.
Chargers/Charge Times (Minutes)
Cat #
General Power Tool Safety Warnings
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 mainsoperated (corded) power tool or battery-operated (cordless)
power tool.
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.
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.
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.
Cutting Procedures
a ) DANGER: Keep hands away from cutting area
and the blade. Keep your second hand on auxiliary
handle, or motor housing. If both hands are holding the
saw, they cannot be cut by the blade.
b ) Do not reach underneath the workpiece. The guard
cannot protect you from the blade below the workpiece.
c ) Adjust the cutting depth to the thickness of the
workpiece. Less than a full tooth of the blade teeth
should be visible below the workpiece.
d ) Never hold piece being cut in your hands or across
your leg while cutting. Secure the workpiece to a
stable platform. It is important to support the work
properly to minimize body exposure, blade binding, or loss
of control.
e ) Hold the power tool by insulated gripping surfaces
when performing an operation where the cutting
tool may contact hidden wiring. Contact with a “live”
wire will also make exposed metal parts of the power tool
“live” and could give the operator an electric shock.
f ) When ripping always use a rip fence or straight edge
guide. This improves the accuracy of cut and reduces the
chance of blade binding.
g ) Always use blades with correct size and shape
(diamond versus round) of arbour holes. Blades that
do not match the mounting hardware of the saw will run
off-centre, causing loss of control.
h ) Never use damaged or incorrect blade washers or
bolt. The blade washers and bolt were specially designed
for your saw, for optimum performance and safety
of operation.
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.
Kickback Causes and Related Warnings
Kickback is a sudden reaction to a pinched, jammed or
misaligned saw blade, causing an uncontrolled saw to lift up
and out of the workpiece toward the operator;
• When the blade is pinched or jammed tightly by the kerf
closing down, the blade stalls and the motor reaction drives
the unit rapidly back toward the operator;
• If the blade becomes twisted or misaligned in the cut, the teeth
at the back edge of the blade can dig into the top surface of
the wood causing the blade to climb out of the kerf and jump
back toward the operator.
Kickback is the result of saw misuse and/or incorrect operating
procedures or conditions and can be avoided by taking proper
precautions as given below:
a ) Maintain a firm grip with both hands on the saw and
position your arms to resist kickback forces. Position
your body to either side of the blade, but not in line
with the blade. Kickback could cause the saw to jump
backwards, but kickback forces can be controlled by the
operator, if proper precautions are taken.
b ) When blade is binding, or when interrupting a cut
for any reason, release the trigger and hold the saw
motionless in the material until the blade comes to
a complete stop. Never attempt to remove the saw
from the work or pull the saw backward while the
blade is in motion or kickback may occur. Investigate
and take corrective actions to eliminate the cause of
blade binding.
c ) When restarting a saw in the workpiece, centre
the saw blade in the kerf so that the saw teeth are
not engaged into the material. If saw blade binds, it
may walk up or kickback from the workpiece as the saw
is restarted.
d ) Support large panels to minimise the risk of blade
pinching and kickback. Large panels tend to sag
under their own weight. Supports must be placed under
the panel on both sides, near the line of cut and near the
edge of the panel.
e ) Do not use dull or damaged blades. Unsharpened
or improperly set blades produce narrow kerf causing
excessive friction, blade binding and kickback.
f ) Blade depth and bevel adjusting locking levers
must be tight and secure before making cut. If blade
adjustment shifts while cutting, it may cause binding
and kickback.
g ) Use extra caution when sawing into existing walls or
other blind areas. The protruding blade may cut objects
that can cause kickback.
Lower Guard Function
a ) Check the lower guard for proper closing before each
use. Do not operate the saw if the lower guard does
not move freely and close instantly. Never clamp
or tie the lower guard into the open position. If the
saw is accidentally dropped, the lower guard may
be bent. Raise the lower guard with the retracting handle
and make sure it moves freely and does not touch the
blade or any other part, in all angles and depths of cut.
b ) Check the operation of the lower guard spring. If the
guard and the spring are not operating properly,
they must be serviced before use. Lower guard may
operate sluggishly due to damaged parts, gummy
deposits, or a build-up of debris.
c ) The lower guard should be retracted manually
only for special cuts such as “plunge cuts” and
“compound cuts”. Raise the lower guard by
retracting handle and as soon as blade enters
the material, the lower guard must be released.
For all other sawing, the lower guard should
operate automatically.
d ) Always observe that the lower guard is covering
the blade before placing the saw down on bench or
floor. An unprotected, coasting blade will cause the
saw to walk backwards, cutting whatever is in its
path. Be aware of the time it takes for the blade to stop
after switch is released.
Additional Safety Instructions for Circular
Wear ear protectors. Exposure to noise can cause
hearing loss.
Wear a dust mask. Exposure to dust particles can cause
breathing difficulty and possible injury.
Do not use blades of larger or smaller diameter than
recommended. For the proper blade rating refer to the
Technical Data. Use only the blades specified in this manual,
complying with EN 847-1.
Never use abrasive cut-off wheels.
Do not use water feed attachments.
Use clamps or another practical way to secure and
support the workpiece to a stable platform. Holding the
work by hand or against your body leaves it unstable and may
lead to loss of control.
Residual Risks
In spite of the application of the relevant safety regulations
and the implementation of safety devices, certain residual risks
cannot be avoided. These are:
• Impairment of hearing.
• Risk of personal injury due to flying particles.
• Risk of burns due to accessories becoming hot
during operation.
• Risk of personal injury due to prolonged use.
Electrical Safety
The electric motor has been designed for one voltage only.
Always check that the battery pack voltage corresponds to the
voltage on the rating plate. Also make sure that the voltage of
your charger corresponds to that of your mains.
Your DeWALT charger is double insulated in
accordance with EN60335; therefore no earth wire
is required.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by a
specially prepared cord available through the DeWALT
service organisation.
Mains Plug Replacement
(U.K. & Ireland Only)
If a new mains plug needs to be fitted:
• Safely dispose of the old plug.
• Connect the brown lead to the live terminal in the plug.
• Connect the blue lead to the neutral terminal.
WARNING: No connection is to be made to the
earth terminal.
Follow the fitting instructions supplied with good quality plugs.
Recommended fuse: 3 A.
Using an Extension Cable
An extension cord should not be used unless absolutely
necessary. Use an approved extension cable suitable for
the power input of your charger (see Technical Data). The
minimum conductor size is 1 mm2; the maximum length
is 30 m.
When using a cable reel, always unwind the cable completely.
DeWALT chargers require no adjustment and are designed to be
as easy as possible to operate.
Important Safety Instructions for All
Battery Chargers
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS: This manual contains important
safety and operating instructions for compatible battery
chargers (refer to Technical Data).
• Before using charger, read all instructions and cautionary
markings on charger, battery pack, and product using
battery pack.
WARNING: Shock hazard. Do not allow any liquid to get
inside charger. Electric shock may result.
WARNING: We recommend the use of a residual current
device with a residual current rating of 30mA or less.
CAUTION: Burn hazard. To reduce the risk of injury,
charge only DeWALT rechargeable batteries. Other types of
batteries may burst causing personal injury and damage.
CAUTION: Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
NOTICE: Under certain conditions, with the charger
plugged into the power supply, the exposed charging
contacts inside the charger can be shorted by foreign
material. Foreign materials of a conductive nature such
as, but not limited to, 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 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 charger to rain or snow.
• Pull by plug rather than cord when disconnecting
charger. This will reduce risk of damage to electric plug
and cord.
• Make sure that cord is located so that it will not be
stepped on, tripped over, or otherwise subjected to
damage or stress.
• 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.
• Do not place any object on top of 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 charger with damaged cord or plug—
have them replaced immediately.
Do not operate 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 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.
In case of damaged power supply cord the supply cord must
be replaced immediately by the manufacturer, its service agent
or similar qualified person to prevent any hazard.
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 two chargers together.
The charger is designed to operate on standard
230V household electrical power. Do not attempt to
use it on any other voltage. This does not apply to the
vehicular charger.
Charging a Battery (Fig. A)
1. Plug the charger into an appropriate outlet before inserting
battery pack.
2. Insert the battery pack 3 into the charger, making sure the
battery pack is fully seated in the charger. The red (charging)
light will blink repeatedly indicating that the charging
process has started.
3. The completion of charge will be indicated by the red
light remaining ON continuously. The battery pack is fully
charged and may be used at this time or left in the charger.
To remove the battery pack from the charger, push the
battery release button 13 on the battery pack.
NOTE: To ensure maximum performance and life of lithium-ion
battery packs, charge the battery pack fully before first use.
Charger Operation
Refer to the indicators below for the charge status of the
battery pack.
Charge Indicators
Fully Charged
Hot/Cold Pack Delay*
*The red light will continue to blink, but a yellow indicator light
will be illuminated during this operation. Once the battery pack
has reached an appropriate temperature, the yellow light will
turn off and the charger will resume the charging procedure.
The compatible charger(s) will not charge a faulty battery pack.
The charger will indicate faulty battery by refusing to light or by
displaying problem pack or charger blink pattern.
NOTE: This could also mean a problem with a charger.
If the charger indicates a problem, take the charger and battery
pack to be tested at an authorised service centre.
Hot/Cold Pack Delay
When the charger detects a battery pack that is too hot or too
cold, it automatically starts a Hot/Cold Pack Delay, suspending
charging until the battery pack has reached an appropriate
temperature. The charger then automatically switches to the
pack charging mode. This feature ensures maximum battery
pack life.
A cold battery pack will charge at a slower rate than 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.
The DCB118 charger is equipped with an internal fan designed
to cool the battery pack. The fan will turn on automatically
when the battery pack needs to be cooled. Never operate the
charger if the fan does not operate properly or if ventilation slots
are blocked. Do not permit foreign objects to enter the interior
of the charger.
Electronic Protection System
XR Li-Ion tools are designed with an Electronic Protection
System that will protect the battery pack against overloading,
overheating or deep discharge.
The tool will automatically turn off if the Electronic Protection
System engages. If this occurs, place the lithium-ion battery
pack on the charger until it is fully charged.
Wall Mounting
These chargers are designed to be wall mountable or to sit
upright on a table or work surface. If wall mounting, locate the
charger within reach of an electrical outlet, and away from a
corner or other obstructions which may impede air flow. Use
the back of the charger as a template for the location of the
mounting screws on the wall. Mount the charger securely using
drywall screws (purchased separately) at least 25.4 mm long
with a screw head diameter of 7–9 mm, screwed into wood to
an optimal depth leaving approximately 5.5 mm of the screw
exposed. Align the slots on the back of the charger with the
exposed screws and fully engage them in the slots.
Charger Cleaning Instructions
Do not charge or use battery in explosive atmospheres,
such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases or
dust. Inserting or removing the battery from the charger may
ignite the dust or fumes.
Never force battery pack into charger. Do not modify
battery pack in any way to fit into a non-compatible
charger as battery pack may rupture causing serious
personal injury.
Charge the battery packs only in 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 (104 ˚F) (such as outside sheds or metal buildings
in summer).
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, 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 persists, seek
medical attention.
WARNING: Burn hazard. Battery liquid may be flammable
if exposed to spark or flame.
WARNING: Never attempt to open the battery pack for
any reason. If battery pack case is cracked or damaged,
do not insert into charger. Do not crush, drop or damage
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 (i.e., pierced with a nail, hit with
a hammer, stepped on). Electric shock or electrocution
may result. Damaged battery packs should be returned to
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.
CAUTION: When not in use, place tool on its side on
a stable surface where it will not cause a tripping
or falling hazard. Some tools with large battery packs
will stand upright on the battery pack but may be easily
knocked over.
Battery Packs
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. Never let any liquid get inside the tool;
never immerse any part of the tool into a liquid.
Important Safety Instructions for All
Battery Packs
When ordering replacement battery packs, be sure to include
catalogue number and voltage.
The battery pack is not fully charged out of the carton. Before
using the battery pack and charger, read the safety instructions
below. Then follow charging procedures outlined.
WARNING: Fire hazard. Transporting batteries can
possibly cause fire if the battery terminals inadvertently
come in contact with conductive materials. When
transporting batteries, make sure that the battery
terminals are protected and well insulated from materials
that could contact them and cause a short circuit.
DeWALT batteries comply with all applicable shipping
regulations as prescribed by industry and legal standards which
include UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous
Goods; International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous
Goods Regulations, International Maritime Dangerous Goods
(IMDG) Regulations, and the European Agreement Concerning
The International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR).
Lithium-ion cells and batteries have been tested to section 38.3
of the UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous
Goods Manual of Tests and Criteria.
In most instances, shipping a DeWALT battery pack will be
excepted from being classified as a fully regulated Class 9
Hazardous Material. In general, only shipments containing a
lithium-ion battery with an energy rating greater than 100 Watt
Hours (Wh) will require being shipped as fully regulated Class 9.
All lithium-ion batteries have the Watt Hour rating marked on
the pack. Furthermore, due to regulation complexities, DeWALT
does not recommend air shipping lithium-ion battery packs
alone regardless of Watt Hour rating. Shipments of tools with
batteries (combo kits) can be air shipped as excepted if the Watt
Hour rating of the battery pack is no greater than 100 Whr.
Regardless of whether a shipment is considered excepted
or fully regulated, it is the shipper's responsibility to consult
the latest regulations for packaging, labeling/marking and
documentation requirements.
The information provided in this section of the manual is
provided in good faith and believed to be accurate at the time
the document was created. However, no warranty, expressed or
implied, is given. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure that its
activities comply with the applicable regulations.
Transporting the FLEXVOLTTM Battery
The DeWALT FLEXVOLTTM battery has two modes: Use
and Transport.
Use Mode: When the FLEXVOLTTM battery stands alone or is in
a DeWALT 18V product, it will operate as an 18V battery. When
the FLEXVOLTTM battery is in a 54V or a 108V (two 54V batteries)
product, it will operate as a 54V battery.
Transport Mode: When the cap is attached to the FLEXVOLTTM
battery, the battery is in Transport mode. Keep the cap for
When in Transport mode, strings
of cells are electrically
disconnected within the pack
resulting in 3 batteries with a
lower Watt hour (Wh) rating as compared to 1 battery with a
higher Watt hour rating. This increased quantity of 3 batteries
with the lower Watt hour rating can exempt the pack from
certain shipping regulations that are imposed upon the higher
Watt hour batteries.
For example, the Transport Example of Use and Transport Label Marking
Wh rating might indicate
3 x 36 Wh, meaning 3
batteries of 36 Wh each.
The Use Wh rating might
indicate 108 Wh (1 battery implied).
Storage Recommendations
1. The best storage place is one that is cool and dry away
from direct sunlight and excess heat or cold. For optimum
battery performance and life, store battery packs at room
temperature when not in use.
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.
Labels on Charger and Battery Pack
In addition to the pictographs used in this manual, the labels
on the charger and the battery pack may show the following
Read instruction manual before use.
See Technical Data for charging time.
Do not probe with conductive objects.
Do not charge damaged battery packs.
Do not expose to water.
Have defective cords replaced immediately.
Charge only between 4 ˚C and 40 ˚C.
Only for indoor use.
Discard the battery pack with due care for
the environment.
Charge DeWALT battery packs only with designated
DeWALT chargers. Charging battery packs other
than the designated DeWALT batteries with a
DeWALT charger may make them burst or lead to
other dangerous situations.
Do not incinerate the battery pack.
USE (without transport cap). Example: Wh rating
indicates 108 Wh (1 battery with 108 Wh).
TRANSPORT (with built-in transport cap). Example:
Wh rating indicates 3 x 36 Wh (3 batteries of 36 Wh).
Battery Type
The DCS570 operates on a 18 volt battery pack.
These battery packs may be used: DCB181, DCB182, DCB183,
DCB183B, DCB184, DCB184B, DCB185, DCB187, DCB546,
DCB547. Refer to Technical Data for more information.
Package Contents
The package contains:
1 Circular saw
1 Circular saw blade
1 Blade wrench
1 Parallel fence
1 Dust extraction port
1 Charger (C, D, L, M, P, S, T, X models)
1 Li-Ion battery pack (C1, D1, L1, M1, P1, S1, T1, X1 models)
2 Li-Ion battery packs (C2, D2, L2, M2, P2, S2, T2, X2 models)
3 Li-Ion battery packs (C3, D3, L3, M3, P3, S3, T3, X3 models)
1 Instruction manual
• Check for damage to the tool, parts or accessories which may
have occurred during transport.
• Take the time to thoroughly read and understand this manual
prior to operation.
Markings on Tool
The following pictograms are shown on the tool:
Read instruction manual before use.
Wear ear protection.
Wear eye protection.
Visible radiation. Do not stare into light.
Date Code Position (Fig. A)
The date code 19 , which also includes the year of manufacture,
is printed into the housing.
2017 XX XX
Year of Manufacture
Description (Fig. A)
WARNING: Never modify the power tool or any part of it.
Damage or personal injury could result.
Trigger switch lock-off button
Trigger switch
Battery pack
Depth adjustment lever (Fig. E)
Base plate
Lower blade guard retracting lever
Lower blade guard
8 Blade clamping screw
9 Kerf indicator
10 Bevel adjustment lever
11 Blade lock button
12 Auxiliary handle
13 Battery release button
14 Blade wrench (Fig. E)
15 Worklight
Intended Use
These heavy-duty circular saws are designed for professional
wood cutting applications. Do not cut metal, plastic, concrete,
masonry or fiber cement materials. DO NOT use water feed
attachments with this saw. DO NOT use abrasive wheels or
blades. DO NOT use under wet conditions or in the presence of
flammable liquids or gases.
These heavy-duty saws are professional power tools.
DO NOT let children come into contact with the tool.
Supervision is required when inexperienced operators use
this tool.
• Young children and the infirm. This appliance is not
intended for use by young children or infirm persons
without supervision.
• This product is not intended for use by persons (including
children) suffering from diminished physical, sensory or
mental abilities; lack of experience, knowledge or skills
unless they are supervised by a person responsible for their
safety. Children should never be left alone with this product.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal
injury, turn tool off and disconnect battery pack
before making any adjustments or removing/
installing attachments or accessories. An accidental
start-up can cause injury.
WARNING: Use only DeWALT battery packs and chargers.
Inserting and Removing the Battery Pack
from the Tool (Fig. A)
NOTE: Make sure your battery pack 3 is fully charged.
To Install the Battery Pack into the Tool
1. Align the battery pack 3 with the rails inside the tool’s
handle (Fig. A).
2. Slide it into the handle until the battery pack is firmly seated
in the tool and ensure that you hear the lock snap into place.
To Remove the Battery Pack from the Tool
1. Press the release button 13 and firmly pull the battery pack
out of the tool handle.
2. Insert battery pack into the charger as described in the
charger section of this manual.
Fuel Gauge Battery Packs (Fig. A)
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
32 . 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.
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.
Changing Blades
To Install the Blade (Fig. C–E)
1. Remove the battery.
2. Using the lower guard lever 6 , retract the lower blade
guard 7 and place blade on saw spindle against the inner
clamp washer 17 , making sure that the blade will rotate
in the proper direction (the direction of the rotation arrow
on the saw blade and the teeth must point in the same
direction as the direction of rotation arrow on the saw). Do
not assume that the printing on the blade will always be
facing you when properly installed. When retracting the
lower blade guard to install the blade, check the condition
and operation of the lower blade guard to assure that it is
working properly. Make sure it moves freely and does not
touch the blade or any other part, in all angles and depths
of cut.
3. Place outer clamp washer 16 on saw spindle with the
beveled edge facing out. Make sure the 30 mm diameter on
the blade side of the clamp fits into the 30 mm hole in the
saw blade to ensure centering of the blade.
4. Thread the blade clamping screw 8 onto the saw spindle
by hand (screw has right-hand threads and must be turned
clockwise to tighten).
5. Depress the blade lock 11 while turning the saw spindle
with the blade wrench 14 stored underneath the battery
compartment, until the blade lock engages and the blade
stops rotating.
6. Tighten the blade clamping screw firmly with the
blade wrench.
NOTICE: Never engage the blade lock while saw is
running, or engage in an effort to stop the tool. Never
turn the saw on while the blade lock is engaged. Serious
damage to your saw will result.
To Replace the blade (Fig. C, D)
1. Remove the battery.
2. To loosen the blade clamping screw 8 , depress the blade
lock 11 and turn the saw spindle with the blade wrench
14 , stored underneath the battery compartment, until
the blade lock engages and the blade stops rotating.
With the blade lock engaged, turn the blade clamping
screw counterclockwise with the blade wrench (screw has
right-hand threads and must be turned counterclockwise
to loosen).
3. Remove the blade clamping screw 8 and outer clamp
washer 16 . Remove old blade.
4. Clean any sawdust that may have accumulated in the
guard or clamp washer area and check the condition and
operation of the lower blade guard as previously outlined.
Do not lubricate this area.
5. Select the proper blade for the application (refer to Blades).
Always use blades that are the correct size (diameter)
with the proper size and shape center hole for mounting
on the saw spindle. Always assure that the maximum
recommended speed (rpm) on the saw blade meets or
exceeds the speed (rpm) of the saw.
6. Follow steps 1 through 5 under To Install the Blade, making
sure that the blade will rotate in the proper direction.
Lower Blade Guard
WARNING: The lower blade guard is a safety feature
that reduces the risk of serious personal injury. Never
use the saw if the lower guard is missing, damaged,
misassembled or not working properly. Do not rely
on the lower blade guard to protect you under all
circumstances. Your safety depends on following
all warnings and precautions as well as proper
operation of the saw. Check the lower blade guard
for proper closing before each use. If the lower blade
guard is missing or not working properly, have the
saw serviced before using. To assure product safety
and reliability, repair, maintenance and adjustment
should be performed by an authorized service center
or other qualified service organization, always using
identical replacement parts.
Checking the Lower Guard (Fig. A)
1. Turn tool off and disconnect from power supply.
2. Rotate the lower guard lever (Fig. A, 6 ) from the fully closed
position to the fully open position.
3. Release the lever and observe the guard 7 return to the
fully closed position.
The tool should be serviced by a qualified service center if it:
• fails to return to the fully closed position,
• moves intermittently or slowly, or
• contacts the blade or any part of the tool in all angles and
depth of cut.
WARNING: To minimize the risk of eye injury, always
use eye protection. Carbide is a hard but brittle material.
Foreign objects in the workpiece such as wire or nails
can cause tips to crack or break. Only operate saw when
proper saw blade guard is in place. Mount blade securely
in proper rotation before using, and always use a clean,
sharp blade.
WARNING: Do not cut metal, plastic, concrete, masonry
or fiber cement materials with this saw.
184 mm Diameter
General Purpose
If you need assistance regarding blades, please contact your
local DeWALT dealer.
Kickback is a sudden reaction to a pinched, bound or misaligned
saw blade, causing an uncontrolled saw to lift up and out of the
workpiece toward the operator. When the blade is pinched or
bound tightly by the kerf closing down, the blade stalls and the
motor reaction drives the unit rapidly back toward the operator.
If the blade becomes twisted or misaligned in the cut, the teeth
at the back edge of the blade can dig into the top surface of the
wood causing the blade to climb out of the kerf and jump back
toward the operator.
Kickback is more likely to occur when any of the following
conditions exists.
a. Sagging or improper lifting of the cut off piece can cause
pinching of the blade and lead to kickback.
b. Cutting through material supported at the outer ends
only can cause kickback. As the material weakens it sags,
closing down the kerf and pinching the blade (Fig. L).
c. Cutting off a cantilevered or overhanging piece of
material from the bottom up in a vertical direction
can cause kickback. The falling cut off piece can pinch
the blade.
d. Cutting off long narrow strips (as in ripping) can cause
kickback. The cut off strip can sag or twist closing the kerf
and pinching the blade.
e. Snagging the lower guard on a surface below the
material being cut momentarily reduces operator control.
The saw can lift partially out of the cut increasing the
chance of blade twist.
a. To make the most efficient cut, the blade should
protrude only far enough to expose one-half of a
tooth as shown in Figure F. This allows the base plate
to support the blade and minimizes twisting and
pinching in the material. See the section titled Cutting
Depth Adjustment.
a. Pushing harder to cut through a knot, a nail or a hard
grain area can cause the blade to twist.
b. Trying to turn the saw in the cut (trying to get back on
the marked line) can cause blade twist.
c. Overreaching or operating the saw with poor body
control (out of balance), can result in twisting the blade.
d. Changing hand grip or body position while cutting can
result in blade twist.
e. Backing up the saw to clear blade can lead to twist.
a. Wet timber
b. Green timber (material freshly cut or not kiln dried)
c. Pressure treated timber (material treated with
preservatives or anti-rot chemicals)
a. Dull blades cause increased loading of the saw. To
compensate, an operator will usually push harder which
further loads the unit and promotes twisting of the blade
in the kerf. Worn blades may also have insufficient body
clearance which increases the chance of binding and
increased loading.
a. Bevel cuts require special operator attention to proper
cutting techniques – especially guidance of the saw. Both
blade angle to the base plate and greater blade surface
in the material increase the chance for binding and
misalignment (twist) to occur.
a. The saw should be brought up to full operating speed
before starting a cut or restarting a cut after the unit has
been stopped with the blade in the kerf. Failure to do so
can cause stalling and kickback.
Any other conditions which could result in pinching, binding,
twisting, or misalignment of the blade could cause kickback.
Refer to the sections Additional Specific Safety Rules for
Circular Saws and Blades for procedures and techniques that
will minimize the occurrence of kickback.
Depth of Cut Adjustment (Fig. E–F)
1. Raise the depth adjustment lever 4 to loosen.
2. To obtain the correct depth of cut, align the appropriate
mark on the depth adjustment strap 20 with notch 19 on
the upper blade guard.
3. Tighten the depth adjustment lever.
4. For the most efficient cutting action using a carbide tipped
saw blade, set the depth adjustment so that about one half
of a tooth projects below the surface of the wood to be cut.
5. A method of checking for the correct cutting depth is
shown in Figure F. Lay a piece of the material you plan to
cut along the side of the blade, as shown in the figure, and
observe how much tooth projects beyond the material.
Adjusting Depth Adjustment Lever (Fig. E)
It may be desirable to adjust the depth adjustment lever 4 . It
may loosen in time and hit the base plate before tighten­ing.
To Tighten the Lever:
1. Hold depth adjustment lever 4 and loosen the locknut 18 .
2. Adjust the depth adjustment lever by rotating it in the
desired direction about 1/8 of a revolution.
3. Retighten nut.
Bevel Angle Adjustment (Fig. A, G)
The bevel angle adjustment mechanism can be adjusted
between 0° and 57°.
To achieve better accuracy in cutting, use the fine adjustment
markings located on the pivot bracket 21 .
1. Raise the bevel adjustment lever 10 to loosen.
2. Tilt the base plate to the desired angle by aligning the fine
bevel pointer 22 with the desired angle mark on the pivot
bracket 21 .
3. Lower the bevel adjustment lever to retighten.
Bevel Detent (Fig. A, G)
The DCS570 is equipped with a bevel detent feature. As you
tilt the base plate 5 you will hear a click and feel the base
plate stop at both 22.5 and 45 degrees. If either of these is the
desired angle, retighten the lever 10 by lowering it. If you
desire another angle, continue tilting the base plate until the
coarse bevel pointer 23 or the fine pointer 22 aligns with the
desired mark.
Cut Length Indicator (Fig. A)
The markings on the side of the base plate 5 show the length
of the slot being cut into the material at the full depth of the cut.
The markings are in increments of 5 mm.
Kerf Indicator (Fig. I)
The front of the saw base plate has a kerf indicator 9 for vertical
and bevel cutting. This indicator enables you to guide the saw
along cutting lines penciled on the material being cut. The kerf
indicator lines up with the left (outer) side of the saw blade,
which makes the slot or “kerf” cut by the moving blade fall to
the right of the indicator. Guide along the penciled cutting line
so that the kerf falls into the waste or surplus material.
Mounting and Adjusting the Parallel Fence
(Fig. N)
The parallel fence 28 is used for cutting parallel to the edge of
the workpiece.
1. Slacken the parallel fence adjustment knob 27 to allow the
parallel fence to pass.
2. Insert the parallel fence 28 in the base plate as shown.
3. Tighten the parallel fence adjustment knob 27 .
1. Slacken the fence adjustment knob 27 and set the parallel
fence 28 to the desired width. The adjustment can be read
on the parallel fence scale.
2. Tighten the fence adjustment knob 27 Mounting the Dust Extraction Port
(Fig. A, P)
Your circular saw is supplied with a dust extraction port.
To Install the Dust Extraction Port
1. Fully loosen depth adjustment lever 4 .
2. Place the base plate 5 in the lowest position.
3. Align the left half of the dust extraction port 29 over upper
blade guard 7 as shown. Be sure to insert the tab into the
casting notch on the tool. When installed correctly, it will
snap fully over the original depth of cut pointer.
4. Align the right-hand piece 30 with the left.
5. Insert screws and tighten securely.
Prior to Operation
• Make sure the guards have been mounted correctly. The
saw blade guard must be in closed position.
• Make sure the saw blade rotates in the direction of the
arrow on the blade.
• Do not use excessively worn saw blades.
Instructions for Use
WARNING: Always observe the safety instructions and
applicable regulations.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal
injury, turn tool off and disconnect battery pack
before making any adjustments or removing/
installing attachments or accessories. An accidental
start-up can cause injury.
Proper Hand Position (Fig. J)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal injury,
ALWAYS use proper hand position as shown.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal
injury, ALWAYS hold securely in anticipation of a
sudden reaction.
Proper hand position requires one hand on the main handle
26 , with the other hand on the auxiliary handle 12 .
LED Worklight (Fig. A)
The LED worklight 15 is activated when the trigger switch is
depressed. When the trigger is released, the worklight will stay
illuminated for up to 20 seconds.
NOTE: The worklight is for lighting the immediate work surface
and is not intended to be used as a flashlight.
Switching On and Off (Fig. B)
For safety reasons the trigger switch 2 of your tool is equipped
with a lock-off button 1 .
Press the lock-off button to unlock the tool.
To run the tool, press the trigger switch 2 . As soon as the
trigger switch is released, the lock-off switch is automatically
activated to prevent unintended starting of the machine.
NOTICE: Do not switch the tool ON or OFF when the saw
blade touches the workpiece or other materials.
Workpiece Support (Fig. J–M)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal
injury, support the work properly and hold the
saw firmly to prevent loss of control.
Figures J and K show proper sawing position. Figures L and M
show an unsafe condition. Hands should be kept away from
cutting area, and power cord is positioned clear of the cutting
area so that it will not get caught or hung up on the work.
To avoid kickback, ALWAYS support board or panel NEAR the
cut, (Fig. J and K). DON’T support board or panel away from the
cut (Fig. L and M). When operating the saw, keep the cord away
from the cutting area and prevent it from becoming hung up on
the work piece.
MENTS! Place the work with its “good” side—the one on which
appearance is most important—down. The saw cuts upward,
so any splintering will be on the work face that is up when you
saw it.
Cutting (Fig. J)
WARNING: Never attempt to use this tool by resting it
upside down on a work surface and bringing the material
to the tool. Always securely clamp the workpiece and
bring the tool to the workpiece, securely holding the tool
with two hands as shown in Figure J.
Place the wider portion of the saw base plate on that part of
the work piece which is solidly supported, not on the section
that will fall off when the cut is made. As examples, Figure J
illustrates the RIGHT way to cut off the end of a board. Always
clamp work. Don’t try to hold short pieces by hand! Remember
to support cantilevered and overhanging material. Use caution
when sawing material from below.
Be sure saw is up to full speed before blade contacts material
to be cut. Starting saw with blade against material to be cut
or pushed forward into kerf can result in kickback. Push the
saw forward at a speed which allows the blade to cut without
laboring. Hardness and toughness can vary even in the same
piece of material, and knotty or damp sections can put a heavy
load on the saw. When this happens, push the saw more slowly,
but hard enough to keep working without much decrease
in speed. Forcing the saw can cause rough cuts, inaccuracy,
kickback, and over-heating of the motor. Should your cut begin
to go off the line, don’t try to force it back on. Release the switch
and allow blade to come to a complete stop. Then you can
withdraw the saw, sight anew, and start a new cut slightly inside
the wrong one. In any event, withdraw the saw if you must shift
the cut. Forcing a correction inside the cut can stall the saw and
lead to kickback.
As you finish a cut, release the trigger and allow the blade to
stop before lifting the saw from the work. As you lift the saw,
the spring-tensioned telescoping guard will automatically close
under the blade. Remember the blade is exposed until this
occurs. Never reach under the work for any reason. When you
have to retract the telescoping guard manually (as is necessary
for starting pocket cuts) always use the retracting lever.
NOTE: When cutting thin strips, be careful to ensure that small
cutoff pieces don’t hang up on inside of lower guard.
Pocket Cutting (Fig. O)
WARNING: Never tie the blade guard in a raised position.
Never move the saw backwards when pocket cutting. This
may cause the unit to raise up off the work surface which
could cause injury.
A pocket cut is one that is made in a floor, wall or other
flat surface.
1. Adjust the saw base plate so the blade cuts at desired depth.
2. Tilt the saw forward and rest front of the base plate on
material to be cut.
3. Using the lower guard lever, retract lower blade guard to an
upward position. Lower rear of base plate until blade teeth
almost touch cutting line.
4. Release the blade guard (its contact with the work will keep
it in position to open freely as you start the cut). Remove
hand from guard lever and firmly grip auxiliary handle 12 ,
as shown in Figure O. Position your body and arm to allow
you to resist kickback if it occurs.
5. Make sure blade is not in contact with cutting surface before
starting saw.
6. Start the motor and gradually lower the saw until its base
plate rests flat on the material to be cut. Advance saw along
the cutting line until cut is completed.
7. Release trigger and allow blade to stop completely before
withdrawing the blade from the material.
8. When starting each new cut, repeat as above.
Dust Extraction (Fig. Q)
WARNING: Risk of dust inhalation. To reduce the risk of
personal injury, ALWAYS wear an approved dust mask.
A dust extraction port 30 is supplied with your tool.
The Dust Extraction Adaptor 31 allows you to connect the tool
to an external dust extractor, either using the AirLock™ system
(DWV9000-XJ), or a standard 35 mm dust extractor fitment.
WARNING: ALWAYS use a vacuum extractor designed
in compliance with the applicable directives regarding
dust emission when sawing wood. Vacuum hoses of most
common vacuum cleaners will fit directly into the dust
extraction outlet.
Your DeWALT power tool has been designed to operate
over a long period of time with a minimum of maintenance.
Continuous satisfactory operation depends upon proper tool
care and regular cleaning.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious personal
injury, turn tool off and disconnect battery pack
before making any adjustments or removing/
installing attachments or accessories. An accidental
start-up can cause injury.
The charger and battery pack are not serviceable.
Self lubricating ball and roller bearings are used in the tool and
relubrication is not required. However, it is recommended that,
once a year, you take or send the tool to a service center for a
thorough cleaning, inspection and lubrication of the gear case.
WARNING: Blow dirt and dust out of the main housing
with dry air as often as dirt is seen collecting in and around
the air vents. Wear approved eye protection and approved
dust mask when performing this procedure.
WARNING: Never use solvents or other harsh chemicals
for cleaning the non-metallic parts of the tool. These
chemicals may weaken the 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.
Lower Guard
The lower guard should always rotate and close freely from
a fully open to fully closed position. Always check for correct
operation before cutting by fully opening the guard and letting
it close. If the guard closes slowly or not completely, it will
need cleaning or servicing. Do not use the saw until it functions
correctly. To clean the guard, use dry air or a soft brush to
remove all accumulated sawdust or debris from the path of
the guard and from around the guard spring. Should this not
correct the problem, it will need to be serviced by an authorized
service center.
Base Plate Adjustment (Fig. G, H)
Your base plate has been factory set to assure that the blade is
perpendicular to the base plate. If after extended use you need
to re-align the blade, follow the directions below:
Adjusting for 90 Degree Cuts
1. Return the saw to 0 degrees bevel.
2. Place the saw on its side, and retract the lower guard.
3. Set the depth of cut to 51 mm.
4. Loosen the bevel adjustment lever ( 10 , Fig. G). Place a
square against the blade and the base plate as shown in
Figure H.
5. Using a wrench, turn the set screw ( 25 , Fig. H) on the
underside of the base plate until the blade and the base
plate are both in flush contact with the square. Retighten
the bevel adjustment lever.
Adjusting Bevel Adjustment Lever
It may be desirable to adjust the bevel adjustment lever 10 . It
may loosen in time and hit the base plate before tighten­ing.
To Tighten the Lever:
1. Hold the bevel adjustment lever 10 and loosen the bevel
locknut 24 .
2. Adjust the bevel adjustment lever by rotating it in the
desired direction about 1/8 of a revolution.
3. Retighten nut.
A dull blade will cause inefficient cutting, overload on the
saw motor, excessive splintering and increase the possibility
of kickback. Change blades when it is no longer easy to push
the saw through the cut, when the motor is straining, or when
excessive heat is built up in the blade. It is a good practice to
keep extra blades on hand so that sharp blades are available for
immediate use. Dull blades can be sharpened in most areas.
Hardened gum on the blade can be removed with kerosene,
turpentine, or oven cleaner. Anti-stick coated blades can be
used in applications where excessive build-up is encountered,
such as pressure treated and green timber.
Optional 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.
Consult your dealer for further information on the
appropriate accessories.
Protecting the Environment
Separate collection. Products and batteries marked
with this symbol must not be disposed of with normal
household waste.
Products and batteries contain materials that can
be recovered or recycled reducing the demand for raw
materials. Please recycle electrical products and batteries
according to local provisions. Further information is available at
Rechargeable Battery Pack
This long life battery pack must be recharged when it fails
to produce sufficient power on jobs which were easily done
before. At the end of its technical life, discard it with due care for
our environment:
• Run the battery pack down completely, then remove it from
the tool.
• Li-Ion cells are recyclable. Take them to your dealer or a
local recycling station. The collected battery packs will be
recycled or disposed of properly.
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