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CRAFTSMAN 900.277303 Operator's Manual

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Operator's
Manual
CRAFrSMAN
PLATE JOINER
Model No.
900.277303
CAUTION:
Read and follow all
Safety Rules and Operating
Instructions
before First Use
of this Product
• Safety
• Operation
• Maintenance
• Parts List
• Espahol
pg. 14
Sears,
Roebuck
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179 USA
Form No 631088-00
AUG05

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    Operator's Manual CRAFrSMAN PLATE JOINER Model No. 900.277303 CAUTION: Read and follow all • Safety • Operation Safety Rules and Operating • Maintenance Instructions before First Use • Parts List of this Product • Espahol pg. 14 Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 USA Form No 631088-00...

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    YEAR FULL WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN PROFESSIONAL TOOL If this Craftsman Professional tool fails to give complete satisfaction within one year from the date of purchase, RETURN IT TO ANY SEARS STORE OR PARTS & REPAIR CENTER OR OTHER CRAFTSMAN OUTLET IN THE UNITED STATES FOR FREE REPAIR.

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    • SECURE WORK. Use clamps ora • OUTDOOR USE EXTENSION CORDS. vise tohold workIt'ssafer t hanusing When tool is used outdoors, use only your h and anditfrees both hands t o extension cords intended for use operate tool outdoors and so marked •...

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    OVERVIEW protective clothing and wash exposed areas with soap and water. You have purchased a precision wood- Allowing dust to get into your mouth, working tool. The function of the plate eyes, or lay on the skin may promote joiner is to enable you to make extremely absorption of harmful chemicals.

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    Toremove t heblade, follow thesteps 3/16" (4.76mm) and as distant as 1-3/8" below. (35ram) measured from the workpiece 1. Turn offandunplug t heplate joiner. surface to the centerline of the blade (see 2. Remove the4 torx head screws from the Figure 6).

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    2. PLUNGE DEPTH ADJUSTMENT the opening as shown in Figure 8. Turn The depth of cut can be set to match the the depth adjustment screw clockwise for dimensions of the particular size biscuit less depth and counter-clockwise you will be using. The numbers on the increased depth.

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    theapproximate width ofa #20 biscuit so exhaust port on the right rear of the tool. To that y ou'll know where t heedge ofthe clean out, turn off and unplug the tool and blade isandcanprevent breakthrough. remove packed dust. The bag will hold the avoid breaking through theworkpiece, dust generated from approximately 70 to align theshoe sothatneither outside m ark...

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    2.BISCUIT L OCATION ANDLAYOUT 3. MAKING THE CUT Generally, biscuits may bespaced a nd Prior to making any cut, be sure that all located atyour d iscretion. For e dge joints, a fence adjustments are set and lock knobs good rule ofthumb istospace b iscuits are tight.

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    FIG 16 mortise and tenon joint. Figure 18 shows two types of frame joints. Follow the steps outlined below. A. Arrange the workpieces on a flat work surface exactly as they are to be assembled. B. Select the proper biscuit size based on the length of the joint.

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    C.Setupthetool b yselecting theproper C.Clamp t heworkpiece, align thetool a nd depth setting, adjusting thefence to make theplunge c ut. centre o nthestock t hickness and D.Next, adjust thefence upbyanamount setting t heangle to90 °. equal tothedesired offset. Use the scale and pointer located o ntheright FIG 21 side ofthetool u nder thefence lock...

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    FIG 25 FIG 27 Reverse 45 ° bevel: Allows outside registration onmitre j oints ( NOTE: The tool D. Clamp the workpiece and align the tool isregistered against the outside surface.) as shown in Figure 27. C.Clamp t heworkpiece andalign thetool E.

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    C.Setupthetool b yselecting theproper biscuit sizeand setting t headjustable fence angle at0°. FIG 30 D.Using t hebottom registration surface, align thetool w iththebiscuit location marks a nd make a vertical anda horizontal plunge cutforeach biscuit location asshown i nFigure 3 0. E.Glue, assemble and clamp t hejoint.

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    WHITE LEAD FROM R SUPPLY LF.ADFROM POWER SUPPLY CORD W_P_NG DtAGRAM 64"_...

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    Part Part Description Description 6i80663_0 ARMATURE 147745-00 PINION 616325-00 FIELD 147799-00 O RING 445861-06 BRUSH 385914-00 BASE 445860-00 SPRING 385915-00 SCREW RING 449899-05 388880-00 LABEL 147818-00 SWITCH 385946-00 WASHER AC CORD 330072-98 445871-00 WRENCH, FLAT 330003-04 BALL BEARING 152693-00 WRENCH 330003-17 BALL BEARING...

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    UN ANO DE GARANTiA COMPLETA PARA LAS HERRAMIENTAS CRAFTSMAN PROFESSIONAL Si esta herramienta Craftsman Professional no funciona a la entera satisfacci6n del cliente dentro del aflo de la fecha de compra, DEVUELVALAA CUALQUIER TIENDA SEARS O A UN CENTRO DE REPARAClON...

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    seestAn u tilizando deben g uardarse en Conserve los mangos secos, limpios y unlugar s eco y elevado o bajo Ilave, libres de aceites y grasas. fuera delalcance delosniSos. • DESCONECTE LAS HERRAMIENTAS • NOFUERCE LAHERRAMIENTA. Esta O ASEGURELAS EN POSlClON DE cumplir&...

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    • VERIFIQUE LAS PARTES DANADAS. esmerilado y taladrado electricos, asi como de otras actividades del sector Antes de seguir empleando cualquier herramienta, es indispensable verificar de la construccion. Lleve ropa con mucho cuidado que las guardas u protectora y lave con agua y jabon las otras partes dafladas puedan operar de zonas expuestas.

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    FIG 2 permanente para asegurar la herramienta para operaci6n continua. Este bot6n se 1/2" (12.7 ram) 3/8" encuentra en la parte trasera de la herramienta, justo por encima del cord6n electrico. Siempre que corte sujete la herramienta con una mano en el mango 2-3/8"...

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    Asegt]rese q ue los dientes de la El ajuste de altura se Iogra de la siguiente cuchilla apuntan ensentido c ontrario a manera: primero se afloja la perilla de las manecillas d el reloj,comose seguridad que se encuentra al lado observa enlafigura 4 .

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    F'G7 \ / FIG 9 Perno antiderrapante 4. PERNOS ANTIDERRAPANTES NOTA: La posici6n 'M' se proporciona en Las ensambladoras tienden a deslizarse caso de que se requiera usar y no hacia la derecha con respecto a la pieza necesariamente para la mayorfa de las de trabajo cuando se efectQan los cortes.

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    delasmarcas seextienda mas aliadelos parte trasera de ia herramienta. Para confines delapieza detrabajo. Sicualquier iimpiar, apague y desconecte ia delasmarcas sobresale, existen b uenas herramienta y saque el polvo empacado. posibilidades deque lacuchilla traspase la La boisa contendra el polvo generado por pieza y usted arruine s utrabajo.

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    que colocarA las espigas (figura 15). Yea FIG 13 la secci6n de "Aplicaciones" para obtener informaci6n mas especffica sobre el trazado de los ensambles. Las marcas que usted haga quedaran alineadas con una de las marcas de registro de la herramienta, de nuevo, dependiendo su aplicaci6n especifica.

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    unensamble deespiga s eamas eficaz, es mm (3/16") entre la caja y la pared importante quelaspropias e spigas esten exterior y entre las cajas mismas encontacto conelpegamento. Esto se (observe la figura 17). debe aquelasespigas absorber_.n FIG 17 humedad delpegamento y seexpandiran 5 mm (3/16") para formar unensamble ajustado.

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    D. Para este ensamble, usted har& cortes FIG 19 en el borde de una de las piezas yen la cara de la otra. El corte en el borde se hace igual que para los ensambles de borde contra borde. Los cortes en la cara se hacen sujetando la madera y alineando la herramienta...

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    C. Sujete la herramienta y centrela como FIG 23 se muestra en la figura 25. D. Encienda la herramienta y haga el corte. E. A5ada el pegamento, ensamble y prense la uni6n. FIG 26 5. ENSAMBLES ANGULARES i_NGUL0 C _f_LJ_ LhCO OCAOIONOJ ANGU[ )E _A)0_ C0_JUN10 _TR[CU A_X_lO_ _...

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    E.Encienda l a herramienta y hagael FIG 30 corte; r epita enloslugares donde se har_.n cajas. F.ASada el pegamento, ensamble y prense l auni6n. G.Para ensamblescon _.ngulos diferentes a 90 °,consulte l afigura 26 para ajustar debidamente elangulo d e laherramienta.

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