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planer on any angle up to 45 degrees, to
allow edge chamfering (Fig. 7).
Installing the angle fence: Place the wing
knob through the appropriate hole in the
guide bracket and screw into the housing.
Securely tighten wing knob (Fig. 1).
Setting the cutting width: Loosen wing knob
and using the width scale, slide the fence
along the guide bracket to the desired
position. Securely tighten wing knob (Fig. 1).
Setting the cutting angle: Loosen round
knobs and pivot the fence to the desired
position. Securely tighten round knobs (Fig. 1).
Note that the adjustable front shoe contains
a chamfer V-groove, which will follow the
corner of a workpiece to allow easier
handling when using the deluxe angle/width
fence (Fig. 7).
RABBETING DEPTH STOP
The optional rabbeting depth stop accessory
(Fig. 1) allows the user to set any rabbeting
depth from 0 to 5/16 inch. For best results, it
is important that the blade be properly
aligned (See "BLADE ALIGNMENT"). The
The drive belt is a normal maintenance part
and should be inspected periodically for
wear. If the drive belt shows signs of drying
out, cracking or tearing, it should be
replaced. If the drive belt will not track
properly or comes off the pulleys, it should
Installing new drive belt: Loosen screws and
remove the drive belt cover (Fig. 8). Cut and
width of the rabbet is controlled by the width
fence. The maximum cutting width is 3-1/4",
and the final depth is achieved by repetitive
cutting until the rabbeting depth guide
contacts the workpiece. The maximum
rabbeting depth is 5/16"
Setting the rabbet depth: Loosen wing knob
and using the depth scale on the rabbeting
depth stop, set the desired rabbet depth.
Securely tighten wing knob.
remove the worn drive belt. Before installing
the new drive belt, clean both pulleys
thoroughly. First place the new drive belt
onto the drive pulley then rotate clockwise
while pushing the belt onto the driven pulley.
Reinstall the drive belt cover and securely
tighten screws (Fig. 9).