See F_ure 1,
AN AUXILIARY HANDLE IS PACKED WITH YOUR DRILL
FOR EASE OF OPERATION
AND TO HELP PREVENT
LOSS OF CONTROL
To install, start the screw threads
into the threaded hole in the gear housing and tighten
NOTE: For convenience the screw has been trapped inside
the auxiliary handle.
To prevent thread damage and possible losS of control
auxiliary handle should be checked periodically for tight-
ness, CO NOT operate drill with handle loose.
Sea Figure 2.
To turn your dr_[I"ON', depress the switch tdgger, Release
switChthgger to turn your ddll "OFF'.
see Figure 2.
Your drill is equipped with a "lock-on" feature, which is
convenient when continuous drillingfor extended peeqds of
time is required. To k_ck,.on, depress the switch trigger,
push in and hold the lock-on button located on the side of
the handle, then release switch thgger, ReleaSe lock-on
button and your ddll will continue running,
To release the lock, depress the switch trigger and release
ff you have the "lock-on" feature engaged during use and
your drill t:ecomes disconnected from power supply, disen-
ga0e the "lock-on" feature immediately,
See Figure 3,
Your dd]l has the feature of being reversible, The direction
o| chuck rotation ia controlled by a lever located above the
switch trigger. With your ddll hold in normat operating posi-
tion, the direction of rotation lever should be positioned to
the left of the switch for forward (F) drilling operation. The
direction of rotation is in reverse (R) when the lever is to the
right _t the sw_t_h,
THE DESIGN OF THE SWITCH
WILL NOT pERMIT
CHANGING THE DIRECTION OF ROTATION WHILE THE
DIR_LL I_ R_NNING.
SELEASE THE SWITCH TRIGGER
AND ALLOW THE DRILL TO STOP BEFORE CHANGING
YOUR DRILL WILL NOT RUN UNLESS
SWITCH LEVER IS PUSHED FULLY TO THE LEFT OR