Rules For Safe Operation - Craftsman 146.669950 Owner's Manual

Wet sharp machine
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FULL
ONE
YEAR
WARRANTY
ON CRAFTSMAN
WET
SHARP
MACHINE
If this Craftsman
Wet Sharp Machine
fails to give complete
satisfaction
within one year from the date of
purchase,
RETURN
IT TO THE
NEAREST
SEARS
STORE
THROUGHOUT
THE UNITED
STATES
and
Sears
will repair
it, free of charge.
If the Wet Sharp
Machine
is used for commercial
or rental
purposes
this warranty
applies
for only 90 days
from the date
of purchase.
This warranty
gives you specific
legal
rights,
and you may also have other
rights
which
vary from state
to state.
SEARS,
ROEBUCK
AND CO.
DEPT.
698/731A
SEARS
TOWER
CHICAGO,
IL 60684
INTRODUCTION
DOUBLE
INSULATION
is a concept
in safety,
in
electric
power
tools, which eliminates
the need for
the
usual
three
wire
grounded
power
cord
and
grounded
supply system. Wherever
there is electric
current
in the tool there
are two complete
sets of
insulation
to protect
the user. All exposed
metal
parts
are isolated
from
the
internal
metal
motor
components
with protecting
insulation.
IMPORTANT
-- Servicing
of a tool with double
insulation requires
extreme
care and knowledge
of the system
and should
be performed
only by a
qualified
service
technician.
For service
we sug-
gest you return
the tool to your
nearest
Sears
Store
for repair.
Always
use original
factory
re-
placement
parts when
servicing.
RULES
FOR
SAFE
OPERATION
WARNING--DO
NOT
ATTEMPT
TO
OPERATE
UNTIL
YOU
HAVE
READ
THOROUGHLY
AND
UNDERSTAND
COMPLETELY
ALL INSTRUCTIONS,
RULES,
ETC. CONTAINED
IN THIS
MANUAL.
FAILURE
TO COMPLY
CAN
RESULT
IN ACCIDENTS
INVOLVING
FIRE,
ELECTRIC
SHOCK,
OR
SERIOUS
PERSONAL
INJURY.
SAVE OWNER'S
MANUALAND
REVIEW
FREQUENTLY
FOR CON-
TINUING
SAFE
OPERATION,
AND INSTRUCTING
POSSIBLE
THIRD-PARTY
USER.
READ
ALL
INSTRUCTIONS
1. KNOW
YOUR
POWER
TOOL--
Read
owner's
manual
carefully.
Learn
its applica-
tions
and limitations
as well as the specific
potential
hazards
peculiar
to this tool.
2.
KEEP
GUARDS
IN PLACE
and in working
order.
3.
KEEP
WORK
AREA
CLEAN.
Cluttered
areas
and benches
invite
accidents.
4.
AVOID
DANGEROUS
ENVIRONMENT.
Don't use power
tool in damp
or wet loca-
tions
or expose
to rain. Keep
work area
well lit.
5.
KEEP
CHILDREN
AWAY.
All visitors
should
be kept a safe distance
from work area.
Do not let visitors
contact
tool or extension
cord.
6.
STORE
IDLE
TOOLS.
When
not in use, tools should
be stored
in dry, high or locked-
up place--out
of reach
of children.
7.
DON'T
FORCE
TOOL.
It will do the job better
and safer
at the
rate for which
it was
designed.
8.
USE
RIGHT
TOOL.
Don't
force
small
tool
or attachment
to do the job of a heavy
duty
tool.
Don't
use tool
for purpose
not intended--for
example--Don't
use a circular
saw
for
cutting
tree
limbs
or logs.
9.
WEAR
PROPER
APPAREL.
No loose
clothing
or jewelry
to get
caught
in moving
parts.
Rubber
gloves
and footwear
are recommended
when
working
outdoors.
Also,
wear
protective
hair covering
to contain
long
hair.
10.
USE
SAFETY
GLASSES
with
all tools.
Everyday
eyeglasses
only
have
impact
re-
sistant
lenses,
they
are
NOT
safety
glasses.
Also
face
or dust
mask
if cutting
operation
is dusty.

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