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Craftsman 172.11810 Operator's Manual page 7

3/8-in. variable speed / reversible cordless drill/ driver
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SERVICE SAFETY conL
;2. Toot service must be pertormed only at a Sears Parts and Repair Center_ Service
or maintenance performedby unqualifiedpersonnelcould resultin s risk of tniury,
3, When servicing a toot, use only Identlcal replacement parts, Follow instructions
tn the maintenance section of this manual Use of unauthorizedparts or failureto
follow maintenance Instructionsmay create a risk ofefectdc shock or injury,
SPECIFIC
SAFETY RULES FOR CORDLESS
DRILL/DRIVERS
I _ Know your cordless
drlll/drlvero
Read operator's
manual
carefully_ Learn
its
applications
and limitations,
as well as the specific
potential
hazards
related
to
this toot.
Following
this rule wilt reduce
the rlsk of electric shock, fire, or
serious
Injury.
2 BE SURE that twist drill bits, screwdriver
bits and other accessory
attachments
ere
properly and securely mounted
in the chuck jaws BEFORE operating the drill / driver°
3..ALWAYS carefully
inspect the material you are going
to drtlt/
drive into. Drilling/driving
into nails, pipes and electrical
wires can cause serious personal
injury
4 HOLD DRI[.LI
DRIVER
by insulated
gripping
surfaces
(handles)
when performing
an operation
where
the toot may drttl/ drive Into hidden wiring.
Contact with a
"live" wire wLt! make the exposed me_al pads of lhe tool "tive" and shock the operator
5. NEVER
hold the piece being drilled
In your
hands
or across your togs.
It is impodant to support sad clamp the workpieoe
properly
in order to minimize
body
exposure,
bit binding, or toss of control
6. Maintain
a firm grip on the drill/driver
lo resist stadtng
torque.
7. Use sharp accessory bile on_y. For drilling
in WOOD
use twist drill bits, spade bits,
or power auger btts o For METAL use high*speed steel twist drill bits For MASONRY
use carbide-tipped
bits. For PLASTIC
use Iow dd!ting speeds
for maiedal
wttha
low
melting
point,
For SCREWDRIVtNG
use the proper size screwdrtvtng
bit for the
screwdrivlng
application
such as Phillips, slotted
and square
recess
bits.
8. BE SURE the material
to be drilled is stationary,
anchored or clamped firmly. If drilling
thin material,
use a back.up
block to prevent damage to the material,
9. ONLY USE the specifically
designated
battery
pack that was included
with this
drill I driver and charging
stand/transformer.
Use of any other battery
packs may
create
a risk of injury and f]rao
10 Cordless
tools
do not have to be plugged
Into an electrical
outlet;
therefore,
they are always
in operating
condition,
Be aware of possible
hazards
when not
using your batter' t operated
tool or when changing
eccesaortes_
Following
this
rule will reduce the risk of electric shock, fl_e, or serious personal intury
11 Do not place battery tools or their batteries
near fire or heat, This will reduce the
risk of explosion
end possible injury
12, Do not crush, drop or damage
battery pack. Never use a battery pack or charging
stand!transformer
that has been dropped
or received
a sharp blow. A damaged
battery
peck is subjec! to explosion.
Properly dispose of a dropped or damaged
battery
pack immediately,,
7-11-07

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