This saw has an overload reset button (3)
that can resets the motor after it shuts off
due to overloading or low voltage. If the
motor stops during operation, turn the
ON/OFF switch to the OFF position. Wait
about five minutes for the motor to cool,
then push the reset button (3) and turn the
switch to the ON position.
To avoid injury, the ON/
OFF switch should be in the OFF
position and the plug removed from
the power source while the cool down
takes place, it is to prevent accidental
starting when the reset button is
pushed. Overheating may be caused
by misaligned parts or a dull blade or
undersized extensing cord. Inspect
your saw for proper setup before using
USING THE DUST PORT (FIGURE MM)
To prevent fire hazard,
clean and remove sawdust from under
the saw frequently.
To prevent sawdust buildup inside the saw
housing, attach a vacuum hose (1) (hose
is not included) to the dust port (2) at the
rear of the table saw. DO NOT operate
the saw with the hose in place unless the
vacuum is turned on.
USING THE TABLE EXTENSION
• Release the extension table locking
levers (1) in the front and rear table
• Slide the table extension (2) out until
the desired distance is displayed on the
tube scale (3). The edge of the table is
the tube scale pointer.
• Tighten two extension table locking
There are two basic types of cuts: ripping
and crosscutting. Ripping is cutting along
the length and the grain of the workpiece.
Crosscutting is cutting either across the
width or across the grain of the workpiece.
(It is not safe to rip or crosscut by
freehand). Ripping requires the use of the
rip fence, and crosscutting requires the
miter gauge. NEVER USE A RIP FENCE
AND MITER GAUGE TOGETHER.