See Figure 5.
Your screwdriver has a bit storage located under the
motor. It is convenient for storing bits when not in use.
Two bits are included with your screwdriver.
SPEED LOCK COLLET
A convenient feature on your screwdriver is the speed
lock collet. This feature locks the bit in the collet
preventing it from falling out.
Note: The collet has been designed to accept 1/4 in.
hex drill bits and 1/4 in. hex power drive screwdriver
bits. See Figure 6.
TO INSTALL BIT
See Figure 6.
Lock switch trigger by placing the forward/reverse
switch in center position. See Figure 4.
Unlock speed lock. To unlock: grasp center of
speed lock and pull in the direction of the arrow as
shown in the top view of figure 6.
Insert bit into collet as far as possible.
Lock speed lock. To lock: grasp center of speed
lock and pull in the direction of the arrow as
shown in the lower view of figure 6.
When finished using your screwdriver, unlock speed
lock, remove bit from collet and place it in bit
storage. See Figure 5.
ADJUSTABLE TORQUE CLUTCH
(Tightening Power of Your Screwdriver)
See Figure 7.
When using your screwdriver for various driving
applications, it becomes necessary to increase or
decrease the power and torque in order to help
prevent the possibility of damaging screwheads,
threads, workpiece, etc. In general, power and torque
should correspond to the difficulty of the screw to be
driven. If torque is too high the screws may be
damaged or broken.
Note: Your screwdriver has been shipped with the
adjustable torque clutch set at the lowest torque
TO ADJUST TORQUE
See Figure 7.
Locate arrow on torque adjustment cap.
To increase torque, rotate torque adjustment cap
in the direction of the arrow. When cap stops
rotating, you have reached the highest torque
setting. To decrease torque, rotate torque adjust-
ment cap in the opposite direction of the arrow.
When cap stops rotating, you have reached the
lowest torque setting.
Note: Remember the two speed feature (HI-LO) when
setting torque. The amount of torque will vary
depending on which speed setting you have your
screwdriver. Switching to LO speed will increase
torque and switching to HI speed will decrease torque.