MOUNTING THE BLADE TO SAW cont.
'10. Replace the "D"
washer (See Fig 1)..
11. Firmly hold down
spindle lock button
as you replace blade
screw and hand
tighten it in a
(See Fig. 1), Then
use blade wrench to
tighten blade screw thoroughly.,
12. Pface blade wrench back in base.
place angled portion of blade wrench upwards-
NEVER use a blade that is too thick to allow the "D" washer to
engage with the flat side of the spindle_
REMOVING THE BLADE
1. Unplug the saw_
Failure to unplug the saw could result in accidental
starting,,ca, u,s,!ngpossible serious personal injury.
2. Ralse the lower blade guard using the guard
handle, hold down the spindle lock button,
3. Follow Steps 1 through 4 on Mounting Blade to Saw, but DO NOT hold down the spindle
4. Carefully remove blade,
SAW (See Fig. 2 )
Your circular saw has many built-in convenience
features for fast, efficient cutting. These features
include the laser beam that projects a line of light along the cutting line for accurate cutting.. It also
adjustments for depth=of-cut and bevel cutting.
Your circular saw has a precision-built
electric motor and it should only be connected
to a 120_volt,
60-Hz. power supply (normal household current)° DO NOT operate on direct current (DC). This
large voltage drop will cause a toss of power that will overheat the motor. If your saw does not
operate when plugged into an outlet, check the power supply.
To turn on the saw, squeeze the trigger switch When you have finished sawing, release switch to
shut saw off.