Specifications; Bench Mounting - Black & Decker 395136-00 Instruction Manual

Black & decker 10" compound miter saw instruction manual
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Place the saw on a smooth, flat surface such as a workbench 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
adjustments 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 (14).
Press down lightly on the operating handle and pull out the lock down
pin (14), 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
(15) shown in Figure 2 after unplugging.


47 degree miter left and right
47 degree bevel left: 2 degree right
0 degree miter - Max. Height 3-1/2 inches - Max. Width 5-1/2 inches
45 degree miter - Max. Height 3-1/2 inches - Max. Width 4-1/8 inches
45 degree bevel - Max. Height 2-1/2 inches - Max. Width 5-1/2 inches

Bench Mounting

Bench mounting holes (8) are provided in all four feet to facilitate
bench mounting, as shown in Figure 1. (Two different 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
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clamped to your work support or moved to other job sites and
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
With the saw arm in the upper position, raise the guard (2) as far as
possible. Loosen (but do not remove) the guard bracket screw, shown
in Figure 4 until the guard bracket can be raised enough to permit
access to the blade screw. Hold the guard up and depress the spindle
lock button (19) with one hand and use the supplied blade wrench in
the other hand to loosen (clockwise) the left hand threaded blade
NOTE: To use the spindle lock, depress the button as shown in
Figure 5 and rotate the blade by hand until you feel the lock engage.
Continue to hold the lock button in to keep the spindle from turning.
Remove the blade screw and the blade.
The inner clamp washer is installed first, then the blade and the outer
If you have any questions, call 1-800-54-HOW-TO

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