Empty dust bag before storage to help prevent possible fire
hazard, especially when resin coating or linseed oil finishes have been sanded.
NOTE: For more efficient operation, we recommend that you empty the dust bag when
it is no more than half full. This will allow the air to flow through the bag better. ALWAYS
empty and clean the dust bag thoroughly when you've finished sanding and before you
store the sander.
ATTACHING THE VAC HOSE ADAPTER (See Fig. 6)
Your sander includes a vac hose adapter that easily attaches to the sander.
The adapter allows you to hook your sander up to your wet/dry vac (sold separately).
1. Unplug the sander.
Failure to unplug the sander could result in accidental starting
causing possible serious personal injury.
2. Remove dust bag assembly from the sander by firmly holding the dust bag assembly
and pulling it straight out.
3. Insert vac hose adapter into the dust exhaust hole.
4. Push in adapter until the raised edges on the top and bottom of the adapter snap
into the grooves in the dust exhaust hole.
5. Firmly attach the vac hose adapter to your vac hose.
6. Attach vac hose to your wet/dry vac.
Dust Exhaust Hole
Before attempting to use any tool, be sure to familiarize yourself with all the
operating features and safety instructions.
IF ANY PARTS ARE MISSING, DO NOT OPERATE YOUR
SANDER UNTIL THE MISSING PARTS ARE REPLACED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW
THIS RULE COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.
Remember that a careless fraction of a second is sufficient to cause severe injury.
ON/OFF SLIDE SWITCH
This switch is conveniently located on the top, front of the rear handle.
Start the sander by sliding the switch forward to the On position and letting the
motor build to its maximum speed before starting sanding operation.
Only use your sander for the applications listed below.
• Sanding wood surfaces with various grits of sandpaper.
• Removing rust from steel surfaces with special sandpaper.
ALWAYS be careful not to let your hand cover the air vents.
Unsecured work could be thrown towards the operator causing injury.
DO NOT let familiarity with your sander make you careless.