with an electric
brake. When the brake is
may be visible through
the vent slots in the housing.
This is normal and results from the action of the brake.
has a keyless
chuck to tighten or release grip
on the drill bits in the chuck jaws.
The arrows on the chuck indicate
in which to rotate
the chuck body to GRIP (tighten)
or OPEN (release) the chuck jaws
on the drill bit.
Do not hold the
chuck body with one hand and
use the power of the drill/driver
tighten the chuck jaws on the drill
bit. The chuck body could slip in
your hand, or your hand could
slip and come in contact with the rotating bit. This could cause an accident
in serious personal injury.
The torque clutch can be
to 24 different settings.
The higher the torque setting,
the more force the drill/driver
to turn an object.
When using the drill/driver
increase or decrease the torque
to help prevent
damage to screw heads, threads,
Adjust the torque by rotating the
The proper setting depends
on the job and the type of bit,
To decrease torque
and material you will be using. In general, use greater torque for larger
If the torque is too high, the screws may be damaged
such as removing
a partially stripped
screw, use a low
such as drilling into hardwood,
use a higher torque setting.
Do not change the torque setting when the tool is running.