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Adjusting The Cutting Height - Craftsman 320.28160 Product Manual

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ADJUSTING THE MITER GAUGE (Fig. 16)
1.
2.
3.
Loosen the miter gauge knob.
Rotate the miter gauge to the desired angle.
Tighten
the miter
Fig. 16
gauge
knob.
ADJUSTING THE
CUTTING HEIGHT
NOTE: This method of cutting
height adjustment
is appli-
cable only to the fixed-base
router supplied with this router
table or other Craftsman
rout-
ers with the following
model
numbers:
17542 and 17543.
NOTE: A hex wrench
5 inches
long and 5mm in diameter
is required for this operation
(not included).
The cutting
height can be
adjusted
by turning
the Fine
Adjustment
Dial clockwise
or counterclockwise
with a
hex wrench.
Fig. 17
Adjusting Hole
NOTE: Be sure the worm gear
system in the router is en-
gaged before making adjust-
ments. Test it by turning the
Adjustment
Dial on the router
clockwise
and counter-clock-
wise to see if the bit lowers
and raises. If it does not, press in the router Coarse Adjustment
Knob and turn the
Fine Adjustment
Dial until the gears engage.
Turn off the table switch by pushing down on the ON/OFF switch.
1.
2.
3.
Loosen the clamping
lever on the router.
Insert the hex wrench into the adjusting
hole on the table top (Fig. 17), and
turn the router adjustment
dial clockwise
with the hex wrench to move the
router collet down or counterclockwise
to move the collet up.
4. When the desired cutting height is set, tighten the clamping
lever on the router.
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