FAILURE TO HEED ALLSAFETY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
ANDWARNINGS REGARDING USEOFTHIS PRODUCT CANRESULT
IN SERIOUS80DILY INJURY.
GENERAL S AFETY INSTRUCTIONS F ORPOWER TOOLS
1. KNOWYOURPOWER TOOL
Readthe owner's manualcarefully.Learn its applicationand
limitationsas well asthe specific potential hazardspeculiarto this
2. GROUND ALLTOOLS (UNLESSDOUBLE INSULATED)
If tool is equippedwith an approved3-conductor cord and a 3-
prong grounding type plug, it should be plugged intoa threehole
electrical r eceptacle,If adapteris usedto accommodatea two-
prong receptacle,theadapterwire must be attachedto known
ground, (usuaflythe screw securing receptaclecover plate). Never
remove third prong.Neverconnectgreen ground wire to a
3. KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE
In working order,and in proper adjustment and alignment,
4. REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYSANDWRENCHES
Forma habit of checkingto seethat keys and adjusting wrenches
are removedfrom too! beforeturning it on.
5. KEEP WORKAREACLEAN
Clutteredareasand benchesinvite accidents,Floor must not be
slippery due to wax or sawdust.
6. AVOIDDANGEROUS E NVIRONMENT
Don't usepower tools in damp or wet locationsor exposetllem to
rain. Keepwork area wel! lighted: Provideadequatesurrounding
7. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY
All visitors should be kept a safe distancefrom work area.
8. MAKEWORKSHOP KID-PROOF
Usepadlocks,masterswitches, or remove starter keys.
9, DON'TFORCE TOOLS
It wilt do the job betterand safer at the rate for which it was
Don't force toot or attachmentto do a job it was not designedfor.
Do not wear loose clothing,gloves, neckties or jewelry (rings,
wrist watches)to get caugt]t in moving parts, Nonslip footwear is
recommended, W ear protectivehair covering to contain long flair.
Roll long sleevesabovethe elbow.
12. USESAFETY GOGGLES (Head Protection)
WearSafetygoggles (mustcomplywith ANSI'Z87,1)at all times.
Also, use faceor dust mask, if cutting operationis dusty, and ear
protectors (plugs or muffs) during extendedperiodsof operation.
13. SECURE WORK
Useclamps or a vise to hold work when practical, It's saferthan
using your hands, and it frees both handsto operatetool,
Keep proper footing and balanceat atf times.
i5. MAINTAIN TOOLSWITH CARE
Keep tools sharp and cleanfor best and safest performance.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changingaccessories.
16. DISCONNECT TOOLS
Before servicing, when changingaccessoriessuch as blades,bits,
17. AVOIDACCIDENTAL STARTING
Make sure switch is in "OFF"position before plugging in.
Consult the owner's manualfor recommendedaccessoriesand
follow the instructions, The use of improper accessoriesmay
Serious injury could occur if the tool is tippedor if the cutting tool
is accidenta!lycontacted. Do not store materials aboveor near the
tool making it necessaryto stand on the tool to reachthem.
20. CHECK DAMAGED PARTS
Beforefurther use of the tool, any guard or other part that is
damagedshould be carefullycheckedto ensure that it will operate
properly and perform its intendedfunction. Checkfor alignment of
moving parts, binding of moving parts, breakageof parts,
mounting, and any other conditions that may affect its operation.A
guard or any other part that is damagedshould be properly
21. DIRECTION OF FEED
Feedwork into a bladeor cutter against the direction of rotation of
the bladeor cutter only.
22. NEVERLEAVE TOOLRUNNING UNATTENDED
Turn power off. Don't leavetool until it comes to a completestop,