Craftsman CMXETAX69434502 Instruction Manual page 16

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Turn saw off and unplug saw.
Set the blade angle to 0°.
Raise the saw blade to maximum height by turning
height adjustment handle clockwise.
Lock the blade by turning bevel locking lever clockwise.
Place the riving knife in the uppermost position.
Pull out and hold knob
pawls
over the slot
2
the spring pin
on the anti-kickback pawls
5
slot
marked on the riving knife
3
Press on anti-kickback pawls assembly down until it
snaps into place and release knob
into hole
marked on the riving knife
7
CAUTION: Pull up on anti-kickback pawls assembly
to make sure it is secured to riving knife.
WARNING: Gently pull up the anti-kickback pawls
assembly to ensure it is locked into place. Make sure
that the anti-kickback pawls move freely and are not
stuck in the table insert slot.
WARNING: Use extra caution when cutting wood
products having slippery surfaces as the anti-kickback
pawls may not always be e ective.
Fig. 9
5
6
1
3
Blade guard installation (Fig. 10a-10b)
WARNING: KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in good
working order for all through cut operations. Reinstall
the blade guard immediately after nishing any non-
through cut operations which require removal of the
blade guard. Failure to heed this instruction could
result in serious personal injury.
WARNING: Always install the blade guard onto the
riving knife in the uppermost position to provide
proper blade coverage. Installing the blade guard
onto the riving knife in any other position will prevent
them from working as designed, which could increase
the risk of serious personal injury.
Turn saw off and unplug saw.
Pull out the knob
on the blade guard and place the
1
pins
on the blade guard
2 3
marked on the riving knife
. Align slot in anti-kickback
1
marked of riving knife . Place
3
4
into the
2
.
4
to insert the pin
1
.
4
5
2
7
4
into the slots
4
5 6
.
7
Fig. 10a
6
Pull blade guard fully back onto riving knife. Push pin
and release it to lock guard into position.
If blade guard is not parallel to table when riving knife is
in uppermost position (through cuts), adjust the set
screw
with 2.5 mm hex key (not supplied) as
8
necessary. (Fig. 10b)
Fig. 10b
WARNING: When using the blade guard, lift the left
and right blade guard and make sure that they move
independently and contact the table surface. The
blade guard can be raised to adjust the cut line, but
must be lowered to contact the table surface before
starting the saw.
WARNING: Make sure blade guard and anti-kickback
pawls move freely before starting the saw. Ensure the
direction of rotation by verifying that the blade teeth
point down toward the front of the saw table.
Rip fence installation (Fig. 11)
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, always make
sure the rip fence is parallel to the blade before
beginning any operation.
Loosen the rip fence
.
2
Place the rear lip
slightly toward the front of the unit.
Lower the front end of the rip fence onto the guide
surfaces on top of the front rail.
Check for smooth gliding action.
Push the locking handle
When securely locked, the locking lever should point
downward.
4
1
6
5
by lifting up the locking handle
1
on the rear of the saw table and pull
3
down and secure the fence.
2
ENGLISH
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