Dust c ollection system helps keep yourwork area clean,
See Figures2 and 3.
Note: If Installingthis dust collection system to a new
saw, It is recommended that this Installationbe done
priorto assemblingthe leg stand to the saw. At this
point the saw Is upside down on the floor. If Installing
this system to a saw that has already been as-
sembled, removal of the motorwill allow easier
access to the area for Installingdust shield.
The dust shield encloses the blade beneath the table.
The rubberflap helps dlreot the flow of sawdust In the
blade area. Install the dust shield to the blade cover
using five screws. The use of a stubby Phillipsscrew-
driver Is required due to the limited space available
After fastening dust shield to the blade cover, snap
the two springclipsthat are on the rubberflap to the
cast rib on the underside of the sew table. Be sure
they are completely seated on this rib, and that rubber
flap Is smooth and not buckled againstthe table.
After Installingthe dust shield, place the connection
elbow on the exhaust port that Is formed by the dust
shield and blade cover. Align the hole In the connec-
tion elbow with the hole In the blade cover by using a
pointedobject such as a small nail. Then use a
washer and screwto attach the connection elbowto
the blade cover. The conneotlon elbow will still rotate
when the screw Is tightened.
CUP RRMLV sNAPPED OVERRIB
Sae Figure 4.
The dust bag fits Insidethe connection elbow. To
Install, slidethe opanlng of the dust bag Intothe
conneotlon elbow. For more efficientoperation, empty
dust bag when no more than half full. This will permit
batter air flow through the bag.