9. Check the Power Receptacle.
To prevent overheating, accidental stopping or intermittent operation, confirm that the
power plug fits properly in the electrical receptacle and does not fall out after it is inserted.
Repair or replace the receptacle, if it is faulty.
10.Confirm that the tool's cabtire power cable is not damaged.
Repair or replace the power cord if an inspection of the cabtire cable indicates that it is
AFTER CONNECTING THE POWER PLUG TO AN APPROPRIATE AC POWER SOURCE,
CHECK THE OPERATION OF THE TOOL, AS FOLLOWS:
After confirming that no one is standing in front of it, step away from the front position
and start the power tool and confirm that no operating abnormalities exist before
attempting a cutting operation.
Trial run periods:
When replacing the cut-off wheel .......... Over 3 minutes.
When starting routine work .................... Over 1 minute.
12.Inspect the rotating stability of the cut-off wheel.
For precise cutting, rotate the cut-off wheel and check for deflection to confirm that the
wheel is not noticeably unstable; otherwise vibration might occur and cause an accident.
1. Procedure for fixing the cutting material (Fig. 4 and 5).
Place the workpiece material between Vise (A) and Vise (B), raise the clutch and push the
Screw Handle to bring Vise (A) lightly into contact with the workpiece material, as shown
in Fig. 4. Then, turn the clutch down, and securely fix the workpiece material in position
by turning the Screw Handle. When the cutting job is completed, turn the Screw Handle
2 or 3 times to loosen the vise, and remove the workpiece material, as shown in Fig. 5.
Never remove or install a workpiece while the cut-off wheel is rotating,
to avoide personal injury.