BLADE (Fig. 7)
1. Remove the battery pack.
Lift up the lever of the tool-
less clamp, to remove
NOTE: Allow blade to cool after
use. The blade can become
BLADE SELECTION (Fig. 8)
Note: Only use multi-purpose
blades or regular T and U
shank jig saw blade. DO NOT
This Multi-Saw does not
Note: The multi-purpose blade is
recommendedfor wood, plastic,
To obtain the best performance
from the saw, it is important to
select the correct blade for the
particularapplicationand type of
Additional bladesforthissaw areavailable fromyour nearestCraftsmanretailer.
A straight cut can be made by clamping a piece of wood or a straightedge to
the workpiece and guiding the edge of the saw against it. Make the cut from one
direction only. NEVER cut halfway and then complete the cut from the opposite end.
Curved cuts can be made with the Multi-Saw by guiding the direction of the cut
with pressure applied on the handle.
GENERAL CUTTING (Fig. 9, Fig. 9a)
1. Remove the battery from
Make sure that the workpiece
is firmly anchored: clamp the
workpiece to prevent slipping
or moving while cutting.
Use the appropriate type
and size of blade for the
workpiece material and size.
Slide the steel base in or out
to accommodate various
Check for clearance behind
the workpiece so that
the bladewill not impact
Mark the line of cut, clearly.
7. Attach the battery to the saw.
Hold the saw firmly. Make
sure to keep your hand on the
insulated gripping areas only.
Depress the lock-off button
and the trigger switch to start
bdng it to the
blade to the workpiece.
10. Do not force the tool. Place
the base firmly on the workpiece while cutting. Use only enough steady
pressure on the blade to keep the saw cutting.
11. Reduce pressure as the blade comes to the end of the cut.
12. Allow the saw to come to a complete stop before removing the blade from
13. If sawing fiberglass,
plaster, wallboard, or spackling
the saw motor vents frequently with a vacuum or compressed
materials are highly abrasive and may accelerate the wear on motor bearings
NOTE: Always apply a steady firm "DOWN" pressure on the front and body of the
saw as you cut. This will keep the saw blade from jumping out of the workpiece.
_b, WARNING: Do not allow familiarity with the saw to make you careless.