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Removing The Motor From The Bases; Adjusting The Depth Of Cut - Craftsman 320.27683 Operator's Manual

12.0 amp, variable speed 2 peak hp router combo with fixed base and plunge base
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4.
With the motor housing slot (C) aligned with the plunge base pin (D), lower
the motor housing
into the plunge base, engaging
the pin into the slot.
5.
Slide the motor into the base as far as it will go.
6.
Close the motor clamp securely.
REMOVING
THE MOTOR
FROM THE BASES
To Remove the Motor from the Fixed Base (see Fig. 4)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Turn router motor off and unplug from power source.
Place router (fixed base/router
motor) on flat surface.
With back of router facing you, open the router motor clamp (A).
Push in coarse adjustment
knob (B) to release router motor "slot" (C) from pin
(D) in base, while you lift router motor free of base.
Set motor upside down on its top cap with collet pointing up and remove
cutting
bit. Store motor and base in carry bag when not being used.
To Remove
the Motor
from the Plunge Base (see Fig. 5)
1. Turn the motor off and unplug the
router from the power source.
2.
3.
Place the router (plunge base and
motor housing) on a flat surface.
With the back of the plunge base
facing you, open the motor clamp
(A) and make sure that the plunge
action is in the "UP" position
with
the plunge lock lever (B) locked.
Lift the motor straight
up out of the
base, sliding the motor housing
"slot" (C) free from the pin in the
plunge base.
Fig. 5
c\
A_
4.
5.
Set the motor upside down on its
top cap with the collet pointing
up
and remove the bit.
A_, WARNING:
Always remove the cutter bits from collet/nut
when the router
is not being used. Leaving bits installed could result in an accidents
causing
serious personal injury.
ADJUSTING
THE DEPTH OF CUT
A_, WARNING:
Your router should never be turned on or be connected
to the
power source when you are assembling
parts, making adjustments,
installing
or removing
collets/nuts
and cutter bits, cleaning or when it is not in use.
Disconnecting
the router will prevent accidental
starting,
which could cause
serious personal injury.
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