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6-in. orbital palm sander
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Owner's
Manual
Model
No. 875.199601
Owner's
Manual
Model
No. 875.199601
_, Features
& Benefits
_, Specifications
_, Product Warranty
_, Compressor
Requirements
_, General Safety Instructions
_, Installation
and Operation
_, Maintenance
_, Exploded View Drawing & Parts List
_, Troubleshooting
The Craftsman
875.199601
6-in. Orbital
Sander is designed for applications
such
as sanding,
polishing
and finishing on a
variety of surfaces
including
wood, metal
and fiberglass
- and it can be used as a
vac or a non-vac unit. Tool features
an air
inlet swivel, a low 78dBa operating
noise
level and a built-in regulator which allows
convenient
speed control during
operation.
Free Speed .........................
12,000 RPM
Pad Size ..............................................
6"
Spindle Thread ..........................
5/16"-24
Orbital Stroke .................................
3/16"
Weight .......................................
2.02 Ibs.
Length .................................................
7"
Air Inlet .............................................
I/4"
Average Air Consumption
....... 3.1 SCFM
Recommended
Hose Size ............... 3/8"
Max. Air Pressure .........................
90 PSi
ONE YEAR FULL WARRANTY
ON
CRAFTSMAN
TOOL
If this Craftsman
tool fails to give
complete satisfaction
within one year
from the date of purchase,
RETURN
IT
TO ANY SEARS STORE OR PARTS &
REPAIR CENTER OR OTHER
CRAFTSMAN
OUTLET
IN THE UNITED
STATES FOR FREE REPAIR (or
replacement
if repair proves impossible).
If this Craftsman
tool is ever used for
commercial
or rental purposes, this
warranty
applies for only 90 days from the
date of purchase.
This warranty
does not include
expendable
parts, such as lamps,
batteries, bits or blades.
This warranty
gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co.,
Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
Light Use - 26 Gallon
Typical Use - 33 Gallon
Heavy Use - 25 Gallon Professional
Read Operating
Instructions
Please become familiar with all the
instructions
and warnings
before
operating any pneumatic tool.
Always
Wear Approved
Eye Protection
Impact resistant eye protection should
meet or exceed the standards set forth in
ANSI Z87.1, Occupational
and
Educational
Eye and Face Protection.
Look for marking Z87.1 on your eye
protection to ensure that it is an approved
style.
Hearing
Protection
is Recommended
Hearing protection should be used when
the noise level exposure equals or
exceeds an 8 hour time-weighted
average
sound level of 85dBA. Process noise,
reflective surfaces, other tools being
operated
nearby, all add to the noise level
in a given work area. If you are unable to
determine your noise level exposure, we
recommend
the use of hearing protection.
Avoid Prolonged
Exposure to Vibration
Pneumatic tools can vibrate during use.
Prolonged exposure to vibration or very
repetitive
hand and arm movements
can
cause injury. Discontinue
the use of any
tool if you experience
tingling, numbness,
discomfort
or pain in your hands or arms.
You should consult your physician before
resuming use of tool.
90 PSI Maximum
This tool is designed to operate at an air
pressure of 90 pounds per square inch
gauge pressure (90 PSI) maximum,
at the
tool. Use of higher air pressure can, and
may cause injury. Also, the use of higher
air pressure places the internal
components
under loads and stresses
they were not designed for, causing
premature tool failure.
California
Prop 65
Some dust created by power
sanding,
sawing,
grinding,
drilling
and other
construction
activities
contains
chemicals
known
to cause cancer, birth
defects
or other reproductive
harm.
Some examples
of these chemicals
are:
Lead from lead based paint, crystalline
silica
from bricks
and cement and other
masonry
products,
arsenic
and
chromium
from chemically-treated
lumber.
Your risk from those exposures
varies,
depending
on how often you do this
type of work. To reduce your exposure
to these chemicals:
work in a well
ventilated
area, and work with approved
safety equipment,
such as dust masks
that are specifically
designed
to filter
out microscopic
particles.
ENG-2
ENG-3

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