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Packing List; Saw Blades; Blade Guard; Operation - Craftsman 320.28191 Product Manual

5-1/2-in. circular saw
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if any parts are damaged or missing, please contact the nearest service center.
PACKING
LiST
5 1/24n_ Trim Saw, Saw Blade, Edge Guide, Hex Key, Glasses, Carbon Brush and
Product Manual
SAW BLADES
The best of saw blades will not cut efficiently
if they are not kept clean,
sharp, and properly
set. Using a dull blade will place a heavy load on the saw
and increase
the danger of kickback.
Keep extra blades on hand, so that
sharp blades are always available°
Gum and wood
pitch that have hardened
on the blades will slow the saw
down. Use gum and pitch remover,
hot water, or kerosene
to remove these
accumulations.
DO NOT USE GASOLINE.
BLADE GUARD
SYSTEM
The lower blade guard attached
to your saw is there for your protection
and
safety, it should
never be altered for any reason. If it becomes
damaged
or
begins to return to position
slowly, do not operate the saw until the damage
has been repaired
or the blade guard has been replaced.
Always leave the
blade guard in the operating
position
when using the saw.
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DANGER:
When sawing through
a workpiece,
the lower blade guard
does not cover the blade on the underside
of the workpiece.
Keep hands and
fingers away from the cutting
area. If any part of your body comes in contact
with the moving
blade, serious
injury will result.
CAUTnON: Never use the saw when the guard is not operating
correctly.
Check the guard for correct
operation
before each use. The guard is operat-
ing correctly
when it moves freely, and readily returns to the closed
position.
If you drop the saw, check the lower blade guard and bumper for damage
at
all depth-of-cut
settings
before reuse.
28191 Manual Revised_0743202
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