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Craftsman 320.2190 Operator's Manual

5.0 amp variable speed orbital sabre saw
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Operator's
IVlanuan
5.0 Amp
Variable Speed
Orbital Sabre Saw
Model No.
320.2190
z_ CAUTION
Read, understand and follow
all Safety Rules and Operaling Instructions
in this Manual before using this product
Sears Brands Management Corporation
Visit our Craftsman webslte: wwwocraflsmanocom
. WARRANTY
• SAFETY
• UNPACKING
• DESCRIPTION
• ASSEMBLY
, OPERATION
, ADJUSTMENTS
• MAINTENANCE
9-8-06

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  • Page 1 CAUTION Read, understand and follow • UNPACKING all Safety Rules and Operaling Instructions • DESCRIPTION in this Manual before using this product • ASSEMBLY , OPERATION , ADJUSTMENTS Sears Brands Management Corporation • MAINTENANCE Visit our Craftsman webslte: wwwocraflsmanocom 9-8-06...
  • Page 2 Seats Repair Parts Phone Numbers ........... Back Cover CRAFTSMAN FULL WARRANTY ff this Craftsman product fails to provide complete satisfaction within one year from the date of purchase, return it to any Sears store, or other Craftsman outlet in the United States for free replacement...
  • Page 3 Wide Vision Safety Meek for use over z_WAFINtNG: The operation of any sabre saw con result eyeglasses or standard safety glasses with side shield, available at Sears Stores or other Craftsman Outlets, 9-8-06...
  • Page 4 manual before using this sabre saw, Failure to follow all Instrucllons i Z_WARNING: BE SURE to read and understand all instructions in this result In eleclrlc shock, fire and/or serious personal injury. WORK AREA SAFETY Keep your work area clean and well lit, Cluttered workbenches and dark areas invile acctdenls, 2.
  • Page 5 TOOL USE AND CARE SAFETY ,_WARNING: BE SURE to read and understand all Instructions before operating this saw. Failure to follow all Instructions listed below may result in electric shock, Ilre and/or serious personal Injury. ALWAYS use clamps or other practical ways to secure and support the workplace to a stable platform,, Holding the work by hand or against your body is unstabts and may lead to loss of control...
  • Page 6 ELECTRICAL SAFETY conL ] _WARNING: Doubte insulation DOES NOT take the place of normal safety precaul[ens when operating this IDol. 3,, BEFORE plugging in the tool. BE SURE that the outlet voltage supplied is within Ihe voltage marked on the tool's data plate. DO NOT use "AC only" raled too_s with a DC power supply.
  • Page 7 SAFETY SYMBOLS FOR YOUR TOOL The label on your tool may include the following symbols,.......... Vo_t A ..........Amps Hz ............Hedz W ..........Walls mtn ...... i ....... Minuies ..........Alternaltng current _ __-= ..........Direct currant no ................ NoJoad speed _J ............
  • Page 8 SAFETY RULES FOR SABRE SAWS conL 6 MAKE SURE the blade is not contacting the workplace before the switch is turned on_ 7 HOLD TOOL by insulated gripping surfaces (handles) when performing operation where the cutting tool may contact hidden wiring or its own cord. Contact with a "live"...
  • Page 9 ADDITIONAL RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION ,_ WARNING: BE SURE to read and understand ell instructions. Failure to follow all Instructions listed below may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious personal Injury_ t Know your power tool. Read operator's manual carefully. Learn the applications and ffmttat_ons,as well as the specific potential t_azards related to this laal Following tilis rule wilt reduce the risk at electric shock, fire or serious Injury 2 ALWAYS wear safety glasses or eye shields when using this saw.
  • Page 10 4 Inspect the saw carefully to make sure Ihat no breakage or damage has occurred during shipping., if any of the items mentioned are missing (refer lo Fig, 1 on page 11) return ihe saw to your nearest Sears slore or Craftsman outle! to have the saw replaced z_ WARNING:...
  • Page 11 2,,Two wood cutting blades (stored in blade (Fig. 1) storage compartment) 1o Saw 3_Vacuum Adapter (attached Io saw) 4, Carry bag KNOWYOUR SABRE SAW (Fig, 2) NOTE: Before altempttng to use your saw, femlflarlze yourself with all of the operating features and safety requirements, Your sabre saw has a precision buflt electric motor and it should only be connected to a...
  • Page 12 This Sabre Saw has the following features: conto (Ftgo 2) Ffg 2 Variable Speed Di,_f On/Off Triggor .,Sw_t_h 8-ll. Power Card . •.,;7__-,_'_ 5.0 Amps ..........RaIlng .... No Losd Speed B0O - 3000 SPt-,_ (slrokes per rain,) Input 120-vottm 60-Hz Bevel Cutting...
  • Page 13 BLADE STORAGE (Ftg_ 3 and 4) Your sabre saw comes wtlh 2 wood culling blades that are stored In the blade storage compartment _cated on the very back of the saw under Ihe power cord inlet (see Fig 3),, To open blade sloraga door. remove the vae adapter tube (see Fig.,4) Lift the vac adapter tube up stight]y (io release qab from base plate) and pull vac adapter tube straight out to remove, Pull tab on blade storage door down to open and turn saw upside down lo _.
  • Page 14 TOOL-LESS BLADE INSTALLATION cent., 6 Pull down on the blade 1o make sure the blade is securely locked in place NOTE: For use with beth "T' and "U" shanked blades° L_ CAUTION: Once the blade Is tnstslfed in the saw, tt Is always exposed° There is no lower blade guard°...
  • Page 15 POWER ON-OFFTRIGGER SWITCH and POWER "LOCK-ON" BUTTON 1 Connecl the plug of your saw to a standard household power outial 2, Start the tool by squeezing the on!elf trigger switch (see Fig t0) 3 To stop the toot. ferease the on/elf trigger swtlch, 4.
  • Page 16 ORBffAL ACTION (Fig. 12) Fig. 12 This saw t_asan orbital control [ever (see Fig. 12) that regu_lates lhe Ihree cuf_ing modes of the saw, Positions "!", _2" and "0". The orbital blade aciion thrusts the blade forward on the cutting stroke (see position t and 2), and greatly increases the curling speed over the norma_ up and down...
  • Page 17 GENERAL CUTTING TIPS t, Always place _he best or "finished" side of your workplace "face down" So it does not get scraped or abused white sawing ALWAYS CLAMP workplace securely betere sawing, 2 Draw your cutting lines, patterns or designs on the "backside lacing you This moans they would be reversed or backwards from the way they will appear on the '=finished"...
  • Page 18 CUTTtNGWITH A STRAIGHTEDGE (Ftgo14) 1 Mark the pesiIion of the side edge of the saw base and then clamp the straighledge on the mark and paraliet to the cut. 2 As you cut, keep the saw base edge Itush against llle straightedge and ttat on the workptece Z_ WARNING:...
  • Page 19 TO ADJUST BASE PLATE FOR BEVEL CUTI'ING (Ffgo 16 and 16a) Z_ WARNING: ALWAYS unplug saw from the power source BEFORE making any adJuslmenta or attaching accessories. ' NOTE: ALWAYS remove the blade before adjusting the cutting angle., 1 After removing the blade from the saw. remove the vac adapter from under the base (see Sawdust Removal, Page 16).
  • Page 20 USING THE EDGE GUIDE (Sold separately) (Fig, 17 and t7a) WARNING: ALWAYS unplug saw from the power source BEFORE making any adjustments or attaching accessories. 1 tnsed the bar of the edge guide (sold separately) lhrough the stets in the base of the sabre saw (see Fig, '17).
  • Page 21 Sears and olher Craftsman outlets also offer safety equipment, sawhorses, work stands, straight edges, cutting guides and a large selection of clamps to help you with sit your sawing needs.
  • Page 22 5,0 Amp ORBITAL SABRE SAW MODEL NUMBER 320.2190 The Model Number wilt be found on the Nameplate attached to the handle of the Sabre Saw Always mention the Model Number when ordering parts for this tool,, 5.0 Amp ORBITAL SABRE SAW MODEL NUMBER 320,2190 The Model Number will be found on the Nameplate attached to the handte of Ihe Sabre Saw.
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