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Black & Decker BPRR1200 Original Instructions Manual page 11

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Remove the piece of wood.
Pull the plunge lock lever (4) up and let the router return
to its original position.
After switching the router on, plunge it down and make
the desired cut.
Adjusting the revolver depth stop (fig. K)
After turning the revolver depth stop to the desired setting,
you can fine-adjust the depth stop to be used. If you want to
make several cuts with a different depth of cut, adjust each
of the depth stops.
Turn the depth stop screw (31) up or down as required
using a screwdriver.
Setting the speed
Set the speed control knob (3) to the required speed.
Use a high speed for small diameter router bits. Use a
low speed for large diameter router bits.
Using a batten as a guide (fig. L)
When it is not possible to use the edge guide, for example
when routing grooves in the back panel of a bookcase to
support shelves, proceed as follows:
Select a piece of wood with a straight edge to use as a
batten.
Place the batten onto the workpiece.
Move the batten until it is in the correct position to guide
the tool.
Securely clamp the batten to the workpiece.
Using the template guide (fig. D)
The template guide can be used to make a cutout shape
from a template, for instance a letter.
Secure the template over the workpiece with
double-sided tape or 'G' clamps.
The router bit must extend below the flange of the
template guide, to cut the workpiece in the shape of the
template.
Using the distance piece (fig. E)
The distance piece can be used for trimming wooden or
laminate vertical projections.
Using the centring pin (fig. F)
The centring pin can be used to cut out circular patterns.
Drill a hole for the point of the centring pin in the centre of
the circle to be cut.
Place the router on the workpiece with the point of the
centring pin in the drilled hole.
Adjust the radius of the circle with the bars of the edge
guide.
The router can now be moved over the workpiece to cut
out the circle.
Using the copy follower (fig. G)
The copy follower helps to maintain an equal cutting distance
along the edge of irregularly shaped workpieces.
Place the router on the workpiece at the desired distance
from the edge to be copied.
Adjust the bars of the edge guide until the wheel is in
contact with the workpiece.
Switching on and off
Switching on
Keep the lock-off button (2) depressed and press the
on/off switch (1).
Release the lock-off button.
Switching off
Release the on/off switch.
Warning! Always operate the tool with both hands.
Hints for optimum use
When working on outside edges, move the tool
counterclockwise (fig. M). When working on inside edges,
move the tool clockwise.
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