Fit the outer washer (10) on the spindle, with the beveled
edge facing away from the blade.
Insert the blade retaining screw (11) into the hole in the
Prevent spindle rotation by engaging the spanner
wrench into the holes of the outer washer.
Securely tighten the blade retaining screw by holding the
spanner wrench and turning hex wrench clockwise to
tighten the blade retaining screw.
Removing the Blade
To prevent spindle rotation, engage the protrusions of
the spanner wrench (8) into the holes in the outer
Loosen and remove the blade retaining screw (11) by
turning it counterclockwise using the hex wrench (15).
Remove the outer washer (10).
Remove the saw blade (5).
Warning! To reduce the risk of serious
personal injury, read, understand and follow all
important safety warnings and instructions prior
to using tool
Guard Against Kickback
With unit unplugged, follow all assembly, adjustment and set
up instructions. Make sure lower guard operates. Select the
proper blade for the material to be cut.
Measure and mark work for cutting.
Support and secure work properly (See Safety Rules
Use appropriate and required safety equipment (See
Secure and maintain work area (See Safety Rules).
With plug inserted and guard closed, make sure switch
turns saw on and off.
Warning! It is important to support the work
properly and to hold the saw ﬁrmly to prevent
loss of control which could cause personal
injury. Fig. C illustrates recommended hand position.
To operate the tool, depress the trigger switch (1). The
tool will continue to run as long as the trigger is
To turn the tool off, release the trigger switch (1). There is
no provision for locking the tool on, and the switch should
never be locked on by any other means.
Warning! To reduce the risk of serious personal
injury,always hold the tool with both hands.
Let the blade run freely for a few seconds before starting
Apply only a gentle pressure to the tool while performing
Work with the shoe pressed against the workpiece.
Hints for optimum use
As some splintering along the line of cut on the top side
of the workpiece cannot be avoided, cut on the side
where splintering is acceptable.
Where splintering is to be minimized, e.g. when cutting
laminates, clamp a piece of plywood onto the top of the
Pocket Cutting (Fig. K)
Pocket cutting is used to cut a hole in a piece of material
without cutting from the side.
Measure and mark work.