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CUSTOMER INSTRUCTIONS
1.
DO read thoroughly
ERATING INSTRLJCTIONS before
ROUTER.
2.
DO be sure switch is in "OFF" position before
connecting
tool to power supply.
3.
DO disconnect power cord when cleaning or do-
ing maintenance
on tool.
4.
DO be sure the voltage
agrees with the nameplate
5.
DO use correct size extension
mended.
6.
DO replace both brushes when either is worn to
!4
about
inch in length.
7.
DO use only specified replacement
8.
DO disconnect
from power source and store in
a clean dry place.
9.
DO check bits and cutters periodically for tight-
ness.
10.
DO keep collet clean.
YOUR
WHEN ELECTRIC TOOLS ARE USED ON fIBER-
GLASS boats, sports cars, etc. it has been found
that they are subject to accelerated
bIe premature
failure, as the fiberglass chips and
,rindings
are highly abrasive to bearings, brushes,
commutator,
etc.
Consequently
mended that this tool be used for continuous
duction
work on any fiberglass
any use on fiberglass it is extremely important that
the tool is cleaned
frequently
air jet.
THIS PRODUCT, or any electrical product, requires
extreme care when service repairs are made. A dan-
,erous electrical hazard can be created by tamper-
ing with the electrical
or insulating
the replacement
or substitution
pairs should be made only by a qualified technician.
If service is required we suggest you return the tool
to your nearest Sears store tor approved service with
original factory replacement
DISASSEMBLY of this tool can result in dangerous
electrical
hazard if any leads (wires) are pinched
against metal surfaces or if grounding connection
is not secure when tool is reassembled.
INTRODUCTION and OP-
using your
of the
power supply
marking on the unit.
cord as recom-
parts.
,
The operation of any power tool can result in for-
eign objects being thrown into the eyes, which can
result in severe eye damage.
glosses or eye shields before commencing
tool operation. We recommend Wide Vision Safety
Mask for use over spectacles,
glosses . . . available
stores.
wear and possi.
it is not recom.
pro-
material,
During
by blowing with an
systems or in
of repair parts. Re-
parts.
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1.
DON'T
use
your
thoroughly,
INTRODUCTION and OPERATING
INSTRUCT IONS.
2.
DON'T leave Router unattended
necting from power source.
3.
DON'T allow the cord near cutter bit when op-
erating.
4.
DON'T allow children to operate Router.
5.
DON'T carry unit by power cord.
6.
DON'T force tool, allow Router to perform as it
was designed.
7.
DON'T plug or cover air vents to keep dust from
flying. Vents must be kept open to keep motor
cool.
8.
DON'T leave the power cord connected
power supply when install ing or changing cutters.
9.
DON'T use dull knives or cutters since they will
not produce good work and will cause overload-
ing.
at Sears retail or catalog
GROUNDING-This
tool is equipped with an Un-
derwriters'
Laboratories
for your safety.
If your outlet is a grounded 3-
cavity type" your tool will be grounded
matically.
attached
to a grounded receptacle box as shown
above, before attempting
Extension cords should also be 3-wire.
-----
*(Not used in Canada) -----
EXTENSION CORDS-The
cord will cause some loss of power. To keep this to
a minimum and to prevent overheating
bum-out, use the table below to determine the MIN-
IMUM wire size (A.W.G.) Extension Cord.
Extension Cord Length
25-100
Feet
ROUTER
before
reading
before discon-
to the
Always wear safety
power
or standard
safety
approved 3 prong plug
auto-
Since man
y
receptacle
box-
es
in present
construc-
tion
will
not
have 3 - cavity
receptacles,
an
*a d apt
e r is
pac
ked
with
this tool. Make
sure grounding
lead
is firmly
to operate to')l.
use of any Extension
and motor
Wire Size A.W.G.
16
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