Place the saw on a smooth, flat surface such as a work-
bench or strong table. Examine Figures 1 & 2 and refer
to the parts description to become familiar with the saw
and its various parts. The following section on adjust-
ments will refer to these terms and you must know what
and where the parts are. The part name is followed by
the corresponding part number Example - lock down pin
(10). Press down lightly on the operating handle and pull
out the lock down pin (10), as shown in Figure 3. Gently
release the downward pressure and allow the arm to rise
to its full height. Use the lock down pin when carrying the
saw from one place to another. Use the operating
handle (1) to transport the saw or the hand indentations
(11) shown in Figure 2 after unplugging.
Capacity of cut
47° miter left and right
47° bevel left
0° miter -Max. Height 3-1/2" -Max. Width 5-1/2"
45° miter -Max. Height 3-1/2" -Max. Width 4-1/8"
45° bevel -Max. Height 2-1/2" -Max. Width 5-1/2"
Bench mounting holes (8) are provided in all four feet to
facilitate bench mounting, as shown in Figure 1. (Two dif-
ferent sized holes are provided to accommodate different
sizes of screws. Use either hole, it is not necessary to use
both.) Always mount your saw firmly to prevent movement.
To enhance the tool's portability, it can be mounted to a
piece of 1/2" or thicker plywood which can then be
clamped to your work support or moved to other job sites
NOTE: If you elect to mount your saw to a piece of
plywood, make sure that the mounting screws don't
protrude from the bottom of the wood. The plywood
must sit flush on the work support. When clamping the
saw to any work surface, clamp only on the clamping
bosses where the mounting screw holes are located.
Clamping at any other point will interfere with the proper
operation of the saw.
CAUTION: To prevent binding and inaccuracy,
be sure the mounting surface is not warped or
otherwise uneven. If the saw rocks on the surface,
place a thin piece of material under one saw foot
until the saw sits firmly on the mounting surface.
Installing a New Saw Blade
(UNPLUG THE MITER SAW)
DO NOT USE FERROUS METAL or
blades in this saw
• Loosen hex bolt on center cover counter clockwise
with box wrench.
• Lift up the safe cover and center cover.
• Press down the lock to lock spindle.
• Loosen hex bolt clockwise with box wrench, then
dismount the bolt and flange.
• Mount the blade of saw on spindle. Make sure that
the arrow direction on surface of saw blade is same
as one of the cover.
Note: There are two different internal diameters of cutter in
inner plate which have steel stamp marked 25.4mm
16mm. When mounting, the outer diameter of inner plate
must be correspondent with the internal diameter of saw
• Mount flange and hex bolt.
• Press axle lock and tighten hex bolt counter clock
wise with box wrench firmly, then tighten hex bolt
clockwise to fix centre cover.
Note: Only use attached wrench when mounting or dis-
mounting saw blade. When dismounting saw blade, lift
up safe cover and centre cover. Loosen hex bolt with
box wrench and disassemble hex bolt, flange and saw
NEVER DEPRESS THE SPINDLE LOCK PIN WHILE
THE BLADE IS ROTATING.
• Be sure to hold the guard bracket down and firmly
tighten the guard bracket screw when you finish
installing the saw blade. Failure to do so will
cause serious damage to the saw.
Assembling and Adjusting Your Saw
PERFORM ALL ASSEMBLY WITH SAW UNPLUGGED.
Attach Miter Clamp Handle
Remove the miter clamp handle (4) from the plastic
parts bag and carefully thread it into the bracket in the
front of the saw.