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Black & Decker KW1600 Original Instructions Manual page 11

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Fitting a router bit (fig. A)
Remove the chip deflector (10) by pulling it
straight up from the router base.
Warning! Beware not to bend the chip deflector.
Keep the spindle lock button (6) depressed
and rotate the spindle until the spindle lock
fully engages.
Loosen the collet nut (17) using the spanner
provided.
Insert the shank of the router bit (18) into the
collet (7). Make sure that the shank
protrudes at least 3 mm from the collet as
shown.
Keep the spindle lock button (6) depressed
and tighten the collet nut (17) using the
spanner provided.
Fitting the edge guide (fig. B)
The edge guide (12) helps to guide the tool
parallel to an edge.
Insert the bars (19) into the router base as
shown.
Set the edge guide to the required distance.
Tighten the fixing screws (20).
Fitting the dust extraction
adaptor (fig. C)
The dust extraction adaptor allows you to
connect a vacuum cleaner to the tool.
Place the dust extraction adaptor (11) onto
the dust extraction outlet as shown.
Connect the hose (23) of the vacuum cleaner
to the adaptor (11).
Fitting the template guide
(fig. D)
Fit the template guide (13) to the base of the
router, with the flange to the bottom
(workpiece) side.
Insert the two long screws (24) from the
bottom side through the template guide and
the holes in the base.
Place a nut onto each of the screws and
securely tighten the nuts.
Fitting the distance piece (fig. E)
Fit the distance piece (14) to the base of the
router using the screws provided.
Fitting the centring pin (fig. F)
Fit the edge guide to the router as shown in
fig. B, but upside down.
Fit the centring pin (15) to the workpiece side
of the edge guide with the screw (25)
provided.
Fitting the copy follower (fig. G)
Fit the edge guide to the router as shown in
fig. B.
Fit the 'L' bar (16) to the upper side of the
edge guide using the two screws and nuts
provided.
Adjust the rotating attachment (26) on the 'L'
bar with the wing knob (27).
Fitting the additional edge guide
(fig. H)
The additional guide (21) is designed to allow
routing of a thin piece of wood (e.g. the edge of a
door).
Adjust the edge guide (12) as necessary.
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