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Lower Blade Guard - Black & Decker BDCCS20 Instruction Manual

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CUTTINg DePTh ADJUSTMeNT - fIgUReS I & J
The depth of cut should be set according to the
thickness of the workpiece.
• Loosen the depth adjustment knob (11) to unlock the
saw shoe (5) as shown in figure I.
• Move the saw shoe into the desired position. The
corresponding depth of cut can be read from the scale (14).
• Set depth adjustment of saw such that one tooth (15)
of the blade projects below the workpiece (16) as
shown in figure J.
• Tighten the knob to lock the saw shoe in place.
BeveL ANgLe ADJUSTMeNT - fIgURe k
This tool can be set to bevel angles between 0° and 50°.
• Loosen the bevel adjustment knob (10) to unlock the
saw shoe (5).
• Move the saw shoe (5) into the desired position. The
corresponding bevel angle can be read from the scale (17).
• Tighten the bevel adjustment knob (10) to lock the
saw shoe in place.
• Confirm the accuracy of the setting by checking the
bevel angle of an actual cut on a scrap piece of material.
ShOe ADJUSTMeNT fOR 90° CUTS
The shoe (5) has been set by the factory to assure that
the blade is perpendicular to the shoe at 0° bevel setting.
IF REALIGNMENT IS NEEDED:
• Adjust the saw to 0° bevel.
• Retract blade guard (8).
• Loosen bevel adjustment knob (10). Place a square
against the blade (7) and shoe (5) to adjust the 90° setting.
• Loosen jam nut (18a) and move the adjustment
screw (18b) (inset figure k) so that the shoe will
stop at the proper angle. Retighten jam nut against
the shoe while holding adjustment screw in position.
• Confirm the accuracy of the setting by checking the
squareness of an actual cut on a
scrap piece of material.
ATTAChINg AND ReMOvINg The BLADe - fIgURe L - M
• Retract lower guard and assemble blade (7) and clamp
washer (19) as shown in figure L.
• Depress the spindle lock (13) while turning the blade
bolt (20) with the blade wrench (9) until the blade lock
engages and the blade stops rotating.
NOTe: Blade wrench is stored on the saw as shown
in figure M.
• Tighten the blade bolt securely with the blade wrench.
NOTe: Bolt has a left-handed thread. To loosen, turn
clockwise. To tighten, turn counterclockwise.
NOTe: Never engage the blade lock while the saw is
running, or engage in an effort to stop the tool. Never
turn the tool on while the blade lock is engaged.
Serious damage to your saw will result.

LOWeR BLADe gUARD

WARNINg:
blade guard is a safety feature which reduces the
risk of serious personal injury. Never use the saw if
the lower guard is missing, damaged, mis-
assembled 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 lower guard for proper
closing before each use as outlined in Additional
Laceration hazard. The lower
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M
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11
15
16
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17
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19
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14
18b
18a
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