Circular Saw Instruction Manual 764272-00 Consistent with our continuing product CS718-AE development, improvements may have been made which render the contents of this instruction manual slightly different to the product received.
Congratulations! On the purchase of your Black & Decker circular saw. To ensure the best results from your circular saw please read these safety and usage instructions carefully. If you have any questions or queries after reading this user manual please do not hesitate to call our Service Centre.
General Safety Rules electric shock. d) Do not abuse the cord. Never use Warning! Read all instructions. Failure the cord for carrying, pulling or to follow all instructions listed below may unplugging the power tool. Keep result in electric shock, fire and/or serious cord away from heat, oil, sharp injury.
e) Do not overreach. Keep proper for misalignment or binding of footing and balance at all times. This moving parts, breakage of parts enables better control of the power and any other condition that may tool in unexpected situations. affect the power tools operation. f) Press properly.
Additional Safety Instructions Depth of Cut For Circular Saw Scale Warning! The use of any accessory or Depth of Cut attachment, other than recommended in Lever this instruction manual, may present a risk of personal injury. Warning! Your saw is designed for use with wood cutting blades with a max operating speed above 4800 RPM.
To Remove the Blade obtained between the tooth of the cutting blade and the inner edge of the parallel fence. Outer Flange To ensure the correct setting, always make a test cut on a scrap piece of timber to ensure Saw Blade the parallel fence has been correctly set to the measurement you require.
Important: The No Load Speed of the saw is Workpiece Support 4800 RPM. The saw blade to be fitted must be rated higher than 4800 RPM. Replacement blades are available from Black & Decker. Operating the Circular Saw The above diagram shows proper sawing position.
C. Cutting off a cantilevered overhanging piece C. Pressure treated timber (material treated of material from the bottom in a vertical with preservatives or anti-rot chemicals). direction. The falling cut-off piece can pinch Use of Dull or Dirty Blades the blade. Dull blades cause increased loading of the D.
timber require special attention during cutting cut, proceed cutting in a forward direction to operation to prevent kickback. the end of the cut. Allow the blade to come to a full stop before removing it form the cut. Never Line Guide pull the saw backward since the blade will climb out of the cut and kick back will occur.
Accessories CAUTION: The use of any non- recommended accessory such as dado sets, molding cutters or abrasive wheels may be hazardous. Technical Data Model: CS718-AE Watts 1500 W No load speed 4800 RPM Volts AC/Frquency 230V 50Hz Max depth of cut 90...