Black & Decker KW900E Manual page 8

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• Insert the bars (14) into the router base as
shown.
• Set the edge guide to the required distance.
• Tighten the fi xing screws (17).
Fitting the dust extraction adaptor (fi g. C)
The dust extraction adaptor allows you to connect
a vacuum cleaner to the tool.
• Connect the hose (18) of the vacuum cleaner
to the adaptor (11).
Fitting the template guide (fi g. D)
• Fit the template guide (19) to the base of the
router, with the fl ange to the bottom (workpiece)
side.
• Insert the two long screws (20) from the bottom
side through the template guide and the holes
in the base.
• Place a nut onto each of the screws and
securely tighten the nuts.
Fitting the distance piece (fi g. E)
• Fit the distance piece (21) to the base of the
router using the screws provided.
Fitting the centring pin (fi g. F)
• Fit the edge guide to the router as shown in fi g.
B, but upside down.
• Fit the centring pin (22) to the workpiece side of
the edge guide with the screw (23) provided.
Fitting the copy follower (fi g. G)
• Fit the edge guide to the router as shown in fi g.
B.
• Fit the 'L' bar (24) to the upper side of the edge
guide using the two screws and nuts provided.
• Adjust the rotating attachment (25) on the 'L'
bar with the wing knob (26).
Use
Warning! Let the tool work at its own pace. Do not
overload.
• Carefully guide the cable in order to avoid
accidentally cutting it.
Adjusting the depth of cut (fi g. H, I & J)
The depth of cut is the distance X between the
depth stop bar (9) and the depth stop (27). The
depth of cut can be set in two different ways as
described below.
Adjusting the depth of cut using the scale (fi g. I)
• Fit the router bit as described above.
• Loosen the locking screw (28).
• Pull the plunge lock lever (4) up.
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• Plunge the router down until the router bit
touches the workpiece.
• Push the plunge lock lever (4) down.
• Move the pointer (29) in the zero position on the
scale (10).
• Add the desired depth of cut to the starting
position.
• Move the depth stop bar (9) to the calculated
position on the scale.
• Tighten the locking screw (28).
• Fine adjust using the adjusting knob (30).
• Pull the plunge lock lever (4) up and let the
router return to its original position.
• After switching the router on, plunge it down
and make the desired cut.
Adjusting the depth of cut using a piece of wood
(fi g. J)
• Fit the router bit and plunge the router down as
described above.
• Pull the depth stop bar (9) up.
• Place a piece of wood with a thickness equal
to the desired depth of cut between the depth
stop (27) and the depth stop bar (9).
• Tighten the locking screw (28).
• Fine adjust using the adjusting knob (30).
• Remove the piece of wood.
• Pull the plunge lock lever (4) up and let the
router return to its original position.
• After switching the router on, plunge it down
and make the desired cut.
Adjusting the revolver depth stop (fi g. K)
After turning the revolver depth stop to the desired
setting, you can fi ne-adjust the depth stop to be
used. If you want to make several cuts with a
different depth of cut, adjust each of the depth
stops.
• Turn the depth stop screw (31) up or down as
required using a screwdriver.
Setting the speed
• Set the speed control knob (3) to the required
speed. Use a high speed for small diameter
router bits. Use a low speed for large diameter
router bits.
Using a batten as a guide (fi g. L)
When it is not possible to use the edge guide, for
example when routing grooves in the back panel of
a bookcase to support shelves, proceed as follows:
• Select a piece of wood with a straight edge to
use as a batten.
• Place the batten onto the workpiece.

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