RIP FENCE ADJUSTMENT (FIGURE Z)
• The rip fence (1) can be repositioned by
lifting up the handle (2) and sliding to
the desired location. Pushing down the
handle (2) locks the fence in position.
• Position the rip fence (1) on the right
side of the table, and along one edge of
the miter gauge grooves.
• Lock the rip fence handle (2). The rip
fence (1) should be parallel with the
miter gauge groove.
• If adjustment is needed to make the
fence parallel to the groove, do the
• Loosen the two screws (3) and lift up
on the handle (2).
• Hold the fence bracket (4) firmly
against the front rail of the saw.
• Move the rip fence (1) until it is
parallel with the miter gauge groove.
• Tighten two screws (3) and push the
handle (2) to lock.
• If fence is loose when the handle is in
the locked (downward) position, do the
• Lift the handle (2) upward and turn
the adjusting nut (5) clockwise using
a 10 mm wrench until the rear clamp
is snug. Do not turn the adjusting nut
more than 1/4 turn at a time.
• Over-tightening the adjusting nut
will cause the fence to come out of
Failure to properly align
the fence can cause "kickback" and
RIP FENCE INDICATOR ADJUSTMENT
• The rip fence indicator (1) points to
• Measure the actual distance with a
• Loosen the screw (3) and slide the
ADJUSTING MITER GAUGE
• Loosen the lock handle (1) to allow the
• If the pointer (3) requires adjustment,
• To change angles on the miter gauge,
the measurement scale (2). The scale
shows the distance from the side of the
fenc e to nearest side of the blade.
rule. If there is a difference between the
measurement and the indicator, adjust
the indicator (1).
indicator (1) to the correct measurement
on the scale (2). Tighten the screw (3)
and remeasure with the rule.
miter body (2) to rotate freely. Position
the miter body (2) at 90° so the positive
detent secures its position. Tighten the
lock handle (1) to lock the miter body (2)
loosen the adjustment screw (4) with a
screwdriver. Adjust the pointer to 90°
on the scale, then firmly tighten the
adjustment screw (4).
loosen the lock handle (1) and rotate
the miter body (2) to the desired angle
as indicated by the scale. Secure in
position by tightening the lock