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Specifications - Craftsman 315.101300 Owner's Manual

3/8 in. drill-driver variable speed / reversible double insulated

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PRODUCT
SPECIFICATIONS:
DRILL-DRIVER
Chuck Capacity
Rating
Input
Switch
No Load Speed
Clutch
315.101300
1/16 in. to 3/8 in.
120 V, 60 Hz, AC only
4.5 Amperes
Variable Speed
0-1000 RPM
24 Positions
APPLICATIONS
(Use only for the purpose
listed below)
Drilling in wood.
Drilling in ceramics, plastics, fiberglass, and
laminates.
Drilling in both hard and soft metals.
Using driving accessories, such as driving screws
with screwdriver bits.
Mixing paints.
SWITCH
See Figure 2.
To turn your drill ON, depress the switch trigger,
Release switch trigger to turn your drill OFF.
FORWARD/REVERSE
SELECTOR
CENTERPOSITION
(LOCK)
SWITCH
TRIGGER
TO INCREASESPEED,
DEPRESSSWITCHTRIGGER
LOCK-ON
BUTTON
Fig. 2
LOCK-ON
BUTTON
See Figure 2.
Your drill is equipped with a lock-on feature which is
convenient when continuous drilling for extended
periods of time is required. To lock-on, depress the
switch trigger, push in and hold the lock-on button
located on the side of the handle, then release switch
trigger. Release lock-on button and your drill will
continue running.
To release the lock, depress the switch trigger and
release.
If you have the lock-on feature engaged during use
and your drill becomes disconnected
from power
supply, disengage the lock-on feature immediately.
VARIABLE
SPEED
See Figure 2.
Your drill has a variable speed switch designed to
allow operator control of speed and torque limits. The
speed and torque of your drill can be increased by
depressing the switch trigger.
Note: Depress switch trigger all the way for maximum
speed and torque of your drill. Depress switch trigger
only part of the way for less speed and torque.
Avoid running your drill at low speeds for extended
periods of time. Running at low speeds under
constant usage may cause your drill to become
overheated. If this occurs, cool your drill by running it
without a load and at full speed.
The following guidelines may be used in determining
correct speed for various applications:
Low speed is ideal when minimum speed and
power is required. For example, starting holes
without center punching, driving screws, mixing
paint, and drilling in ceramics.
Medium speed is suitable for drilling hard metals,
plastics, and laminates.
High speed produces best results when maximum
power is required. For example, drilling in wood;
soft metals such as aluminum, brass, and copper,
and when using driving accessories.
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