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ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION.
Any power tool
can throw foreign objects into your
eyes which could cause permanent
eye damage. ALWAYS wear safety
goggles (not glasses) that comply
with ANSI safety standard Z87.1.
Everyday glasses have only impact
resistant lenses. They ARE NOT safety glasses,
Safety goggles are available at Sears,
Glasses or goggles not in compliance
z87.1 could cause serious injury when they break.
Never bend the flexible shaft with a radius of less
than 6" when operating.
Please store the flexible
shaft in the designated compartment
of the tool box
when not in use.
NOTES: The head of the flexible shaft should not be
bent. If excessive heating is observed, stop
using the flexible shaft immed_tely.
Remove the cable
from the flexible shaft body and inspect it for a
permanent bend or other damage. Replace damaged
Turn Cutting Tool motor switch OFF and remove plug
f_om the power source,
2, Lock main shaft (3) byrotatingthe oollet nut (1) while
pressingon the spindlelock button(4) untilthe
spindlelockpreventsshaft from rotating(see Fig.29),
Remove the collet nut by turning it counter-c_ockwise.
Remove the collet (2) from inside main shaft of
Insert collet with square hole (5) into main shaft (3)
and re-install the collet nut onto the main shaft (see
NOTE: Collet with square hole is packed in Polybag
Use Cuthng Tool wrench to tighten the collet nut
firmly onto the main shaft while spindle lock is
engaged into the main shaft.
Align the flexible shaft connector cop (6) with the
Cutting Tool motor housing (8) (see Fig. 31).
a) Carefully align the square flex shaft centre core so
it will engage into the square hole in the collet,
b) Make sure the groove (7) in the connector cap
aligns with the matching key (8) on the motor
When shaft centre core and connector cap are
propedy aligned, slide the connector cap fully onto
the motor housing. Lock connector cap into place by
pressing on the quick connect lever (9).
To insert on accessory into the flexible shaft collet,
rotate ocllet nut (12) until hole in shaft aligns with
hole in flexible shaft collar (11) (see Fig. 32). Insert L-
key (10) into aligned holes and use flat wrench to
tom toilet nut counter clockwise.
When collet is loose, insert accessory and turn collet
clockwise to tighten, making sure the accessory is
centered in the collet. Use the flat wrench to tighten.
10. Remove locking pin and rotate the collet by hand to
ensure accessory does not wobble.