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7-1/4 INCH CIRCULAR SAW
Set Up ANd OpeRA tINg INStRUCtIONS
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NOtICe is used to SAVe tHIS MANUAL address practices not Keep this manual for the safety warnings related to personal injury. and precautions, assembly, operating, CAUtION, without the inspection, maintenance and cleaning safety alert symbol, is procedures. Write the product’s serial number used to address practices not in the back of the manual near the assembly related to personal injury. diagram (or month and year of purchase if product has no number). Keep this manual general
ranges and refrigerators. There is an up or carrying the tool. Carrying increased risk of electric shock if your power tools with your finger on the body is grounded. switch or energizing power tools that have the switch on invites accidents. c. do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions. Water entering d. Remove any adjusting key or wrench a power tool will increase the risk of before turning the power tool on. electric shock. A wrench or a key left attached to a rotating pa
with the switch is dangerous and must Circular Saw Safety Warnings be repaired. 1. dANgeR: Keep hands away from c. disconnect the plug from the power cutting area and the blade. Keep your source and/or the battery pack from second hand on auxiliary handle, the power tool before making any or motor housing. If both hands are adjustments, changing accessories, holding the saw, they cannot be cut by or storing power tools. Such the blade. preventive safety measures reduce the risk of s
9. Causes and Operator prevention of the kerf and check that saw teeth Kickback: are not engaged into the material. If saw blade is binding, it may walk up or • Kickback is a sudden reaction to a kickback from the workpiece as the saw pinched, bound or misaligned saw is restarted. blade, causing an uncontrolled saw to lift up and out of the workpiece toward d. Support large panels to minimize the the operator; risk of blade pinching and kickback. Large panels tend to sag under their •
to damaged parts, gummy deposits, or a the workpiece. This will help maintain build-up of debris. balance and control while the cut is completed. 12. Lower guard should be retracted manually only for special cuts such 19. Blades must be rated to at least the as ″plunge cuts″ and ″compound maximum speed marked on the tool. cuts.″ Raise lower guard by retracting 20. Maintain labels and nameplates on handle and as soon as blade enters the tool. These carry important safety the material, t
pacemaker interference or pacemaker conditions and situations that may occur. failure. In addition, people with It must be understood by the operator pacemakers should: that common sense and caution are • A void operating alone. factors which cannot be built into this • Do not use with power switch locked product, but must be supplied by the on. operator. • Properly maintain and inspect to avoid electrical shock. Vibration Safety • Any power cord must be properly This tool vibrate
7. To reduce vibration, maintain the tool double insulation system which satisfies as explained in this manual. If any OSHA requirements and complies with abnormal vibration occurs, stop use the applicable standards of Underwriters immediately. Laboratories, Inc., the Canadian Standard Association, and the National Electrical Code. SAVe tHeSe 2. Double insulated tools may be used in INStRUCtIONS. either of the 120 volt outlets shown in the preceding illustration. (See Outlets for gRO
7. Make sure the extension cord is properly SpeCIFICAtIONS wired and in good electrical condition. Power Input 120 V~, 60 Hz, 10 A (peak) Always replace a damaged extension Motor 5000 RPM, direct drive cord or have it repaired by a qualified Line Cord 18 AWG x 2 electrician before using it. Saw Blade 7-1/4”; 24 tooth carbide tipped (included) 8. Protect the extension cords from sharp Cutting Capacity 2.5” at 90°; 1.7” at 45° objects, excessive heat, and damp or Arbor 5/8”; Spindle lock
Functions UNpACKINg When unpacking, make sure that the item is intact and undamaged. If any parts Handle grip are missing or broken, please call Harbor Freight T ools at 1-800-444-3353 as soon as possible. INStRUCtIONS FOR pUttINg INt O USe Read the eNtIRe IMpORt ANt SAFetY INFORMAtION section at the beginning of this manual including all text under depth Lever (38) subheadings therein before set up Switch Lock or use of this product. Button t rigger tO pReVeNt SeRIOUS INjURY F
3. Raise the Blade Guard (20) as far as OpeRAtINg INStRUCtIONS possible. See photo on the next page. Read the eNtIRe IMpORt ANt 4. Hold the Blade Guard up and press the SAFetY INFORMAtION Spindle Lock Button with one hand. section at the beginning of this Rotate the Saw Blade until the Spindle manual including all text under Lock catches and the blade stops. subheadings therein before set up or use of this product. 5. Using the supplied Saw Blade Hex Wrench in the other hand, loosen
9. Use the appropriate type of blade for the Work piece and Work Area Set Up material you are cutting. 1. Work piece selection: a. Work piece must be free of foreign objects and loose knots. b. Do not use to cut logs, tree limbs, or uneven lumber. c. Wet lumber, green (unseasoned) lumber, and pressure treated lumber all have an increased potential for kickback and should only be cut with a blade designed for cutting that lumber. Wear a NIOSH-approved respirator and have appropriate ven
or clamp a straight edge to the material 6. When the Base Plate is resting flat on to guide the saw on a straight path. the stock being cut, proceed cutting in a Refer to photo above. forward direction to the end of the cut. 6. Place the saw Base Plate on the material 7. When the cut is complete, release the to be cut. Align the front notch (right Trigger and wait for the Saw Blade to edge aligns with saw blade) on the cut come to a stop before lifting the saw out line. of the cut. 7. Hold
3. Regularly inspect and tighten all MAINteNANCe ANd mounting screws and knobs. SeRVICINg 4. Keep Saw Blade clean and sharp. Sharp Procedures not specifically blades minimize stalling and kickback. explained in this manual must 5. Keep guards in good working order. be performed only by a qualified technician. 6. Keep motor air vent clean of dust and debris. Vacuum periodically. tO pReVeNt SeRIOUS INjURY 7. If the tool is not operating normally, FROM ACCIdeNt AL making unusual noise
tROUBLeSHOOtINg Symptom possible Cause Remedy Saw does not start when 1. No power to line cord. 1. Check electrical outlet for power. trigger is pulled. 2. Switch Lock Button not pushed in 2. Press in button while pulling while pulling trigger. trigger. 3. Defective switch. 3. Replace switch. 4. Carbon brushes dirty or worn 4. Clean or replace carbon brushes. down. While cutting, saw slows down. Carbon brushes dirty or worn down. Clean or replace carbon brushes. Saw blade slips while cutting.
pARtS LISt part description Q’ty part description Q’ty 1 Guide Fence 1 34 Spring 1 2 Round-head Rivet 2 35 Blade Guard Lever 1 3 Guide Fence Screw 1 36 Fender Ring 1 4 Base Plate 1 37 Nut 1 5 Screw M6x16 1 38 Depth Lever 1 6 Angle Bracket 1 39 Washer 1 7 Retaining Ring 1 40 Shelf 1 8 Carriage Bolt M6x10 1 41 Carriage Bolt M6x14 1 9 Washer 1 42 Hex Bolt M6x16 1 10 Wing Nut M6 1 43 Bearing 6000Z 1 11 Blade Cover 1 44 Fender Ring 1 12 Blade Flange 1 45 Armature 1 13 Spring Pin 1 46 Bearing 607Z 1 1
ASSeMBLY dIAgRAM REV 10e SKU 94245 For technical questions, please call 1-800-444-3353. Page 17
To take advantage of this warranty, LIMIted 90 dAY WARRANtY the product or part must be returned to us Harbor Freight Tools Co. makes every with transportation charges prepaid. Proof effort to assure that its products meet of purchase date and an explanation of the high quality and durability standards, and complaint must accompany the merchandise. warrants to the original purchaser that this If our inspection verifies the defect, we product is free from defects in materials and will eith
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