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Owner's Manual rRRFTSMAN ® ALL - IN - ONE CUTTING TOOL Model No . 183,172520 ® Important Safety Notice [ & WARNING I Always have one hand firmly placed on the tool body while operating , Never operate the tool by holding only the tool handle . • Safety Instructions CAUTION : • Accessories Before using this Cutting • Assembly Tool , read this manual and follow all its Safety Rules • Operation and Operating • _ aintenancet Instructions . • Parts Lis • Espanol Seam , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 USA Part . No . 183172520001 Rev . 1 04 / 29102
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SECTION PAGE SECTION PAGE Warranty . . . . . 2 Carton Contents 6 , 7 ProductSpec _ lcations 2 Know Your Cutting Tool . . . . . 8 PowerTool Safety . . . 3 Assembly & Operation 9 - 18 CuttmgToolSafety . . . . . . 4 Mamtenance . . . . 18 ElectricalRequirements & Safety 5 Repatr Parts . . 19 - 25 Accessooes 6 Parts & Servtce Avaiiabtl _ . . . . 26 FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY If this Cutting Tool fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within one year of date of purchase , Sears will at its option repair or replace tt free of charge . Return this Cutting Tool to a Sears Service Center for repair , or to place of purchase for replacement . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rightswhich may vary from state to state . Seam , Roebuck and Co . , Dept . 817 WA , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 IA WARNINGI Some dust created by power sanding , sawing , grinding , drilling and other construction activities contains chemicals known ( to the State of California ) to cause cancer , birth defects or other reproductive harm . Some examples of these chemicals ere : • Lead from lead - based paints • Crystalline silica from bricks , cement and other masonry products • Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber Your risk from these exposures vadsa , depending on how often you do this type of work . To reduce your exposur _ to these chemicals , work in a well ventilated area and work with approved safety equipment such as these dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles . Motor Rating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120V , 60Hz , AC Motor Horsepower . . . . . 3 / 4HP ( Maximum Developed ) Amperes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 0 Amperes Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.7 kg 2 Speeds ( noload ) . . . . . 20000 & 30000 RPM IA WARNIING To avoid electrical hazards , fire hazards or damage to the cutting tool , usa proper circuit protection . This cutting tool Is wired st the factory for 1t0 - t20 Volt operation . It must be connected to a t10 - 120 Volt 115 Ampere Ume delay fuse of ourcult breaker . To avoid shock or fire , replace power cord Immedistaly ff It Is worn , cu or damaged In any way . Before using your cuffing tool , it Is critical that you reed and understand these safety rules . Failure to follow these rules could result in serious Injury to you or damage to the cutting tool . 2
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IA WARNING I Before using your cutting tool , it is critical that you read and understand these safety rules . Failure to follow these rules could result in serious injury to you or damage to the cutting tool . 15 REMOVE ADJUSTING KEYS AND WRENCHES Good safety practices are a combination of common sense , staying alert and understanding how to use your Form the habit of checking to see that keys and power tool To avoid mistakes that could cause senous adjusting wrenches are removed from the tool before inJury , do not plug in your cutting tool until you have read turning " ON " and understood the following safety rules : 16 NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNAI " rENDED . 1 READ and become famikar with this entire Owner's TURN THE POWER " OFF " Do not leave the tool Manual LEARN the tool's applications , hmttahons and before it comes to a complete stop possible hazards . 17 . NEVER STAND ON TOOL Serious injury could occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool ts 2 I & WARNINGI unintenhonally contacted Lookforthtssymbolthat identtfies importantsafetyRT ! 18 precautionsIt means CAUTIONI BECOME ALE DO NOT OVER REACH Keep properfoohngand YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED ! balance at all times 3 19 KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE and in workingorder MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE Keep tools sharp and clean for most effioient and safest performance 4 . DO NOT USE IN A DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENT Follow mstruchons for lubricating and changing such as damp or wet locations or exposure to ram accessories Keep work area well lighted 20 . CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS Before further use 5 DO NOT usa power tools m the presence of of the tool , a guard or other part that is damaged flammable hquJdsor gases . should be carefully checked to ensure it wdl operate properly and perform its intended function Check for 6 KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN Clutteredareas and alignment of mowng paris , binding of moving parts , workbenchesmwteacozdents mounting and any other condihons that may affect its safe operation . A guard or other part that Is damaged 7 . KEEP CHILDREN AWAY All visitorsshouldbe kept should be properly repaired or replaced at a safe d _ stancefromthe workarea 21 MAKE WORKSHOP CHILD PROOF wdhpadlocks , 8 . DO NOT FORCE THE TOOL It will do thejob better master switchesor by remowngstarterkeys and safer at the rate for which it was desHgned 22 . DO NOT operate the tool if you are under the 9 USE THE RIGHT TOOL . Do not forcethe toolor influence of any drugs , alcohol or medicehon that attachmentto do a job for whichit is notdesigned could impair your ability to usa the tool safely 10 . WEAR PROPER APPAREL . DO NOT wear loose 23 USE DUST COLLECTION SYSTEM wherever clothing , gloves , neckttes , nngs , braceletsor other posstble Dustgeneratedfrom certain materialscan jewelrythat mayget caught in movingparts Non - skp be hazardousto your healthand in some cases , a fire footwearis recommended Wear protectivehatr hazard Alwaysoperate the powertool = na well ventilatedarea with adequate dustremoval . coveringto containlonghair . 11 . WEAR A FACE MASK OR DUST MASK . Sawing , 24 . ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION Any power tool cutting , dnllingand sandingoperationsproduce hazardousdust your eyes which could cause permanent eye damage . 12 . DISCONNECT TOOLS FROM THE POWER can throw foreign objects into ALWAYS wear safety goggles SOURCE before servicing and when changingc accessones such as blades , bits , cutters , et ( not glasses ) that comply with ANSI safety standard Z87 1 Everyday glasses have 13 REDUCE THE RISK OF UNINTENTIONAL only = mpact res = stant lenses They ARE NOT safety STARTING Make sure the switch is _ nthe " OFF " glasses Safety goggles are available at Sears . position before plugging into the power source iA WARNINGI 14 USE ONLY RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES Glasses or goggles not in compliance with ANSI Consultthe Owner's Manualfor recommended Z87 . 1 could cause serious injury when they break . accesaones The use of = mproperaccessonesmay cause inJuryto youor damage to the tool . SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR REFERENCE 3
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11 . NEVER HOLD THE WORKPIECE IN ONE HAND For your safety , do not plug in your cutting tool or try to use any accessory until It Is completely assembled whale operating the tool wnth the other hand and installed according to these instructions , and until you have read and understood this Owner's 12 NEVER PLACE HANDS iN THE PATH OF THE Manual . CUTTER AND UNDER THE WORKPIECE . 13 NEVER START THE TOOL WHEN THE BIT IS Failure to follow these safety rules will result in risk of serious injury . TOUCHING THE WORKPIECE . The butmay catch the workpaece causing loss of control . 1 WEAR EYE PROTECTION This hnghspeed tool wnll 14 ALWAYS HOLD THE TOOL WITH TWO HANDS throw particles from the workpnece during operatnon DURING START - UP AND OPERATION When Make sure safety glasses have sfde shields starting , motor torque w = llcause the tool to twist 2 USE FACE OR DUST MASK along wtth safety 15 TURN OFF ALL CIRCUIT BREAKERS AND goggles If cutting or reutmg operatnon nsdusty Make sure work area _ swell venhlatad REMOVE ALL FUSES = nthe work area when cutting unto walls or blind areas 3 USE HEARING PROTECTION , particularly dunng 16 ALWAYS HOLD THE TOOL BY THE INSULATED extended periods of operahon GRIPPING SURFACES ON THE BODY OF THE 4 NEVER USE DULL OR DAMAGED BITS Damaged TOOL where there usany possnbnhtyof the cutting but bits can break without warning Dull bits may ovedoad contacting hidden electrncalworesor the cord of the tool Contact wth " live " wureswill make exposed meta the motor , cut slowly and are difficult to control They will also overheat and possrbly break parts of the tool " lave " causing an electrical shock to the operator . 5 ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE WORKPIECE IS FREE OF NAILS AND OTHER FOREIGN OBJECTS If the 17 WHEN CUTTING DRYWALL ELECTRICAL OUTLET OPENINGS usnngthe outlet as a guile , always cut = n butstrikesa nail it wnljlump sudewaysand possibly break a counter clockwise darectlon . The natural tendency o _ the tool to pull to the left wdl cause a " huggnng " acbon 6 DO NOT USE THIS TOOL FOR DRILLING HOLES toward the outlet box , resulting = na nearer cut . It usNOT intended to be used as a droll 18 NEVER LAY THE TOOL DOWN UNTIL THE 7 ALLOW CLEARANCE UNDER WORKPIECE for bit CUTrING BIT COMES TO A COMPLETE STOP A to travel Never placeworkpnecaon hard surfaces spnnnmgbit can come m contactwiththe surfaceand suchas concreteetc The bitmay jump or breakwhen pullItout of yourcontrol contactinga surfaceotherthan the one beingcut 19 NEVER TOUCH THE CUTTING BIT IMMEDIATELY AFTER USE . The bit will be too hot to be handled wltt ALWAYS SET THE DEPTH GUIDE TO THE APPROPRIATE DEPTH Use tool wnththe depth bare hands and wnllburn your fingers guide fiat agaunst the work surface for better control of 2O ALWAYS RE - TIGHTEN COLLET AND ALL the tool ADJUSTMENTS before starting the tool after a cuttan _ 9 NEVER USE THE TOOL WITHOUT THE SOLE bd or accessory has been changed Loose batsand PLATE , PRECISION HANDLE OR ROUTER BASE adjustments can cause unexpected shdtmg of the tool resuitung m loss of control and unlury from the butor attachedand apprepnatelyadjusted cutting tool being thrown 10 ALWAYS CLAMP WORKPIECE TO HOLD IT STEADY WHEN CUTTING Thts wnllfree both hands for oberatnngthe tool SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR REFERENCE 4
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BZo ) gl : ! N : il _ k . ' l _ gilF _ , 1II [ o ] _ I [ Clli I " ] : 1III _ , I : kl ; [ o ] : l _ ; , q 1 : 1 _ i , . - ! [ el _ I [ o [ e ] _ , | - , _ This cutting tool is double insulated to protect you from Make sure your extension cord is in good condition . electrical shock When using an extenslon cord , be sure to use one heavy enough to can _ the current the tool will draw An undersized cord will cause a drop m llne voltage resulbng IA WARNING I = nloss of power and overheahng The table below shows Double insulated tools are equipped with a polarized the correct s _ . e to usa eccordmg to cord length and plug ( one blade is wider than the other ) . This plug will nameplate ampere rating If m doubt , use the next heawer fit into a polarized outlet only one way . if the plug gauge The smaller the gauge number the heavier the cord does not fit fully into the outlet , reverse the plug . If it still does not fit , contact a qualified electrician to install a polarized outlet . Do not alter the plug in any Be sure your extension cord is properly wired and m way . Double insulation ehmmates the need for the three good conditton Always replace a damaged extension cord wire grounded power cord and grounded power supply or have it repatred by a quahfied electnclan before using it system Protect your extanston cord from sharp objects , excesstve heat and damp or wet areas Avoid body contact with grounded surfaces such as pipes , radiators , ranges and refrigerators . There is an Use a separate electrical circuit for your power tools . increased risk of electric shock if your body is grounded Th = sctrcult must not be less than 14 gauge wlra and should be protected wtth either a 15 Ampere hme delay Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions . fuse or clroutt breaker Before connecting the power tool to Water entenng a power tool will increase the nsk of the power source , make sure the switch ts m the OFF electric shock pos _ honand the power source _ sthe same as mdtcated on the nameplate Running at lower voltage wdl damage the motor Do not abuse the cord . Never use the cord to carry the tool or pull the plug from the outleL Keep cord away from heat , oil , sharp edges and moving parts . IA WARNING I Replace damaged cords immediately . Damaged cords increase the risk of electnc shock Repair or replace damaged or worn extension cords immediately . When operating a power tool outdoors , use an outdoor extension cord marked " W - A " or " W " . These Select the appropriate extension cord gauge and length cords are rated for outdoor use and reduce the risk of using the chart below electric shock MINIMUM GAUGE ( AWG ) EXTENSION CORDS ( 120 Volt use only ) IA WARNING I Ampere Rating Totallength m feet Always make sure the receptacle is polarized . If you Not are not sure , have a qualified electrician check the More Than More Than 25 ' 50 ' 100 ' 150 ' receptacle . 0 6 18 16 16 14 6 10 18 16 14 12 10 12 16 16 14 12 12 16 14 12 NotApphcable IA WARNIING Keep the extension cord clear of the working area , Position the cord so it will not get caught on the workpiece , tools or any other obstructions while you are working with the power tool . 5
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: le [ o , ] : l , , " [ , , , _ o ; , ] 11 : 1 _ AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES UNPACKING AND CHECKING CARTON CONTENTS IA WARNING I I , A , WARNINGI Use only accessories recommended for this cutting If any part is missing or damaged , do not plug the tool . Follow instructions that accompany accessories . cutting tool into the power source until the missing or Use of improper accessories may cause injury to the damaged part is replaced and assembly is complete . operator or damage to the cutting tool . Carefully unpack the cuttmg too ! and all its components Visit your Sears Hardware Department or see the Sears Compare against the " Cutting Tool Components " chart Power and Hand Tool Catalog for an assortment of below accessornes recommended for use wuththis cuttnngtool NOTE : See Page 7 for illustration of components • Flex Dnve I _ , WARNING I • Rip Gunde To avoid fire or toxic reaction , never use gasoline , • I / e " Cutting Bnts naphtha , acetone , lacquer thinner or similar highly • I / s " Hobby Rotary Tool Accessones volatile solvents to clean the cutting tool . Cutters _ " Polishers Sanders CUTTING TOOL COMPONENTS _ ' Gnndem KEY I DESCRIPTION ] QTY • Most ¼ " Shank Router Bds Inside Carrying Case 1 A Cutting Tool B PrecJsuonHandle with Sole Plate 1 C Freehand Sole Plate Attachment 1 D Circle Cutter Attachment 1 Use only accessories designed for this cutting tool to 1 E CnrcleCutter Installahon Adapter avoid severe injury or tool damage . 1 F Plunge Router Base Attachment G Owner's Manual 1 Do not use any accessory unless you have completely 1 H i Carrying Case read the instructions or Owner's Manual for that M Collet Wrench 1 accessory . N Collet Wrench Holder 1 Front Lid Storage Compartment I 1 / 8 " Collet Sleeve 1 J 114 " Collet Sleeve 1 1 K Lateral Style Drywall Cutter 1 L Wood / Plastic / Fiberglass Cutter NOTE : The two most commonly used cutters are Included with this tool ( items K & L ) . It is important that you use the correct cutter to ensure the most efficient cutting action . • Use cutter " K " with the coarser spiral for cuffing drywall . • Use the general purpose cutter " L " with the finer spiral for cutting materials such as wood , plastic and fiberglass .
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Motor HOUSIng Motor Housing Qu _ k Mounta _ Bracket Lever Mounting C1r _ / Bracket Cuthn ( Adlushng Qu _ k Knob lLocking Leve D _ sc Mounhng Insed bLocking Kno Motors , Hou ng - - _ - " \ Pma _ on Handle Depth Motor Rod Housqng Depth Scale " . . He , hi Knobs Qumk Lockm plunge Lockm Knob Ac _ on Lever Turret Bevel Adlushng Router Lock Base Plate
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IA WARNINGI INSTALLING CUTTING BITS - Cont'd Remove the plug from the power source before assembly , changing accessories or cutters and making adjustments . This safety action will help Insert new cutting bit ( 4 ) into the collet prevent accidental starting of the tool which could IA WARNING I result in serious injury . Insert the bit all the way into the collet and then ON I OFF & SPEED CONTROL SWITCHES pull it back between 111e " and 1Is " . This creates an air space between the motor shaft and the bit to Thrs cutting tool is equipped w = th a sliding ON / OFF help prevent overheating the bit . switch ( 1 ) located on the side of the tool and a speed control switch ( 2 ) located on top of the tool ( see Fig 1 ) Before tightening the collet on the bit , make sure the flutes ( spiral portion ) of the bit are completely visible outside the colleL Clamping the collet on 2 the bit flutes will result In broken bits and possible injury . When bit is properly placed in the collet , depress the shaft locking button and turn the collet nut clockwise by hand as far as possible 6 Securely tighten collet nut using the wrench 5 Fig . 1 1 To turn the tool ON , slide the switch ( 1 ) up 2 To turn the tool OFF , slide the swltch down 3 To set speed to high speed , slide speed control switch ( 2 ) away from the ON / OFF switch 4 . To set the speed control switch to low speed , slide the speed control sw _ tch ( 2 ) toward the ON I OFF switch Fig . 2 INSTALLING CUTTING BITS IA WARNINGI WORK LIGHTS Cutting bit and router bit cutting surfaces are The motor umt has two built - in work 1 _ 3hts ( 5 ) ( see F _ g 2 ) extremely sharp . Handle with caution . These work hghts automatically hght up when the motor To insert a cutting btt , use the collet wrench which IS in the switch m turned ON . Patterns or drawings m the immedtate vicinity of the bit will be dlummated for better wrench holder attached to the power cord vtstbthtyand tmproved cutting accuracy Depress the shaft locking button ( 1 ) and rotate the SELECT APPROPRIATE MOTOR SPEED collet look nut ( 2 ) clookwme with the other hand until the locking button drops into place , preventing the shaft from turning ( see Fig 2 ) Selectingthe appropriatemotorspeedwdlensure smoother , more efficientcuttingaction ChooseLOW speed forgnndmg , cuttingplastics , polishingandwhen 2 Whdecontmuingto holdthe shaft lockingbuttonIN , use the colletwrench ( 3 ) to turn the collet nutcounter usingw _ reor bristlebrushes Choose HIGH speedwhen clockwise Loosenthe collet nuttwo or three turns cuttingwood . usingcut - offwheelsand to reduce " chatter " that maydevelopwhen cuttingsome materialsat LOW 3 Removebit if one is already installedinthe tool speed
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CHANGING COLLET INSERT INSTALLING FREEHAND SOLE PLATE - cont'd The cutting bits for this tool are locked into ptace with a Shde freehand sole plate mounting bracket ( 1 ) onto collet nut ( 1 ) and collet ( see Fig 3 ) The tool is assembled the bottom of motor housing ( 2 ) untilthe slot in the at the factory with NO collet insta ! led Both the l / s " and ¼ " bracket ( 3 ) lines up with the shaft locking button ( 4 ) in collets can be found in the carrying case front lid storage the motor housing NOTE The mounting bracket must be pushed onto compartment The 1 / 8 " collet ( 2 ) is used for holding hobby tool accessory bits The ¼ " collet ( 3 ) is supplied for the motor housing as far as it wdl go holding SMALL router bits with a ¼ " shank Lock the sole plate to the motor housing by snapping the quick locking lever ( 5 ) firmly against the motor 3 housing 2 4 2 1 4 Fig . 3 3 To change from one collet s = ze to the other 5 1 Remove bit from the tool 2 Continue turning the collet nut counter clockwise untd it can be removed from the motor shaft ( 4 ) Fig . 4 3 Pull the collet out of the motor shaft and replace it with the other one ADJUSTING FREEHAND SOLE PLATE NOTE Each collet is the same on beth ends , so either end can be inserted into the motor shaft Adjust freehand sole plate depth by loosening the depth gauge locking knob ( 6 ) and rotating the 4 Re - install the collet nut and slightly tighten it by hand adjusting knob ( 7 ) to move the sole plate in or out as 5 . Install the new bit as outhned in INSTALLING required ( see FK3 5 ) CUTTING BITS on Page 9 . NOTE " Set the depth gauge so the cutting abitn protrudes beyond the sole plate 1Is more th the thickness of the material being cut For example , if NOTE Tightening the collet nut without a bit in the collet will cause the collet hole to become smaller and make you are cutting 5 / 8 " drywall , the bit should protrude % " beyond the sole plate installing bits difficult When storing the tool with no bit installed , leave collet nut loose 2 Securely tighten depth gauge knob _ 1 ; . | = 1 = 1 - " F _ . _ I 10 _ F , . _ [ eN ] = 11 _ 1W _ , III Before starting to cut you should re - check bit depth Make sure sole plate is at right angles to the bit and INSTALLING FREEHAND SOLE PLATE securely tightened Re - check the collet to make sure the bit is securely fastened The freehand sole plate is designed for basic freehand cutting with the cutting bit . It is ideally suited for cutting electrmal outlet holes in dr / wall IA WARNINGI Do NOT use the freehand sole plate with router bits . Umlted control with this accessory could cause you to loose control end Increase the chance of serious injury . Fig . 5 10
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PRACTICE CUTS USING FREEHAND SOLE PLATE IA wAR . I . GI 6 Set the speed control switch to the appropriate speed Have you read = POWER TOOL SAFETY " , 7 Turn the swntch ON " cuTrlNG TOOL SAFETY " and " ELECTRICAL SAFETY " on pages 3 , 4 and 5 of this Manual ? If not , please do it now before you operate this When the motornsupto fullspeed , slowiyttp the tool to an upnghtposttnonl , ettnngthe bitcut nntothe cutting tool . Your safety depends on Itl workpnece ( see F = g 7 ) Once the toolhas reached the uprightpesubonand the bithas cutthroughthe Evew time you use the cutting tool you should workplece , slowlymove the tool in a clockwise verify the following : dnrectionusnngslow steadypressureto make the cut 1 . Cutting tool cord is not damaged . NOTE " Exceptfor cuttnngaroundoutletboxes in 2 . Bit is correct type for the material being cut . drywall , alwayscut ma clockwise durectlon 3 . Bit is sharp , in good condition , properly installed and securely tightened . 9 When cut nscomplete , turn the tool OFF , want untd it 4 . Safety glasses and dust mask are being worn . comes to a complete stop and remove it from the workpuece Failure to adhere to these safety rules can greatly increase your chances of Injury . PRACTICE CUTS USING FREEHAND SOLE PLATE Before attempting to work on an actual proJect , take the time to make s few practuce cuts with your cutting tool Use some scraps of matenal that are the same maternal as used nnyour actual project . 1 . Draw a patternsumulatro your firstprojecton a scrap p _ eceof material Fig . 7 2 . Installfreehandsoleplateas shownin Fig 4 IADANGER I 3 Installcuttingb = tin the colletas shownin Fig 2 Do not attempt cutting around outlet boxes in drywall until : 4 Adjust depth of freehand sole plate as shown in Fng 5 t . All electricity in the vicinity of electric wires has been disconnected by either turning the breaker 5 Rest the edge of the sole plateon the workpiecevath OFF or removing the fuses . the bntat an angle of about 45 ° ( see Fug 6 ) . NOTE DO NOT let the bitcontactthe workpleceuntil 2 . You have read the Instructions on the following switchnsturnedON and the tool is up to full speed . page entitled " CUTTING OUTLET OPENINGS IN DRYWALL " . IAWARNIING cUTrlNG TIPS Before tuming the tool switch ON , make sure you hold the tool firmly with both hands . Starting torque will cause the tool to twlsL The rotatingcuttungactionof the bitvailcausea skghtpull to the left when cutting . Naturalvariationsinthe structure of woodwill cause the 10ftto " wander ' . This tendencywill be magnifiedwhen applyingtoo muchpressureto the bit Slowercuttinggivesyou bettercontrol . Excessive pressureor fast cuttingwill increasebittemperatureand shortenthe hfeof the bit When cuttinga hole ina verticalsurface , avo _ lendingthe cut at the bottomof the hole AJwaysstartand endthe cut at the " top " so the cut - out partwill notdropontothe L rotatingbit . Alwaystum the tool OFF before removingd fromthe workpisce , Fig . 6 11
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CUTTING OUTLET OPENINGS IN DRYWALL CUTTING OUTLET OPENINGS IN DRYWALL - cont'd 6 Move the bit slowly to the nght until you feel and he ; I , _ DANGER I the bit contacting the mstde of the box Do not attempt to use this tool to make cut - outs around any fixture or opening which has live electrical 7 Pull the btt out far enough to shp tt over the edge of the box Once the bit is outside the box , push it back wires or on any wall which may have electrical wiring behind it . If a live wire is contacted , the bit could to full depth bestde the outside edge of the box conduct the electric current to the tool , creating an 8 electrocution hazard for the operator . Turn OFF Move the tool upward whde applying alight pressure breakers or remove fuses to disconnect the electric toward the center of the box When you feel the bit circuit in the area of work . Always hold the tool by its reach the top nght hand comer of the box . move the tool to the left whde applying shght pressure insulated housing when working in areas where there downward toward the center of the box is a possibility of contacting electric wires . Always wear eye pretection when operating this tool . Continue moving the tool around the box in s counter Before mstalhng drywall , push the electncel wires to clockwtse d = rocbonwhde maintaining shght pressure toward the center of the box When the box cut - out t . _ the back of the box as far as possible so they will not complete Turn the tool OFF and remove d from the be cut by the bit when cutting the opening cut - out 2 Before fastening the drywall sheet over the electncal 10 Completedelectricalboxcut - outwill be acouratelya _ box , mark the sheet as close as possible to the center neatlycut ( see Fag9 ) of the box opening Mark should be on the side of the dr / wall facing you When fastening the drywall In place , do not place nads or screws closer than 12 " from the box Thsswilt prevent the drywall from becoming deformed under pressure 4 Insert cutbng b _ tand install freehand sole plate as outlined on Pages 9 & 10 of this Owner's Manual AdJustdepth of cut so the bit wdl protrude _ / 8 " beyond the thickness of the drywall \ Hold the tool firmly with both hands and turn it ON Plunge the bd through the drywall at the mark mdlcahng the center of the box See Fig 8 for cutting pattern Fig . 9 NOTE : Alwaysmove the cuttingbitina counter clockwise directionaround the outletbox . The natural tendencyof the cuthngba to move to the leftwillmake it eas _ erto cutclose to the box Fig . 8 12
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ADJUSTING FREEHAND SOLE PLATE - Cont'd INSTALLING PRECISION HANDLE The prectslon handle is desogned for use when prec0sion control over the tool movement 0sdesired The comfortable handle can be used with either the right or left hand Fig . l l 1 Shde precls0on handle mounting bracket ( 1 ) onto the bottom of motor housmg ( 2 ) until the slot under the : : : : ( ql = [ 141111 : 1 ; handle ( 3 ) hnes up with the shaft locking button ( 4 ) in INSTALLING CIRCLE CUTTER the motor housing ( see Fig 10 ) . NOTES a ) The mounting bracket must be pushed onto the The circle cutter accessory is ideal for precision cuttmg of motor housing as far as it will go clmles Th = s circle cutter can be attached to either the b ) The shaft locking button ( 5 ) can now be activated freehand sole plate or the precision handle sole plate . For by your thumb while holding on to the precision purposes of dlustration , the circle cutter is shown with the handle freehand sole plate 1 2 Lockthe precisionhandleto the motorhousingby Install freehand sole plate on the tool as illustrated on snappingthe quncklockinglever ( 6 ) firmlyagainst the Page 10 of this Owner's Manual motor housing 2 Insert the extemally threaded circle cutter mounting insert ( 1 ) into the bottom of the sole plate ( 2 ) ( see 2 Fog 12 ) . NOTE ' Make sure the molded " D " in the mounting insert is inserted into the matching " D " in the sole plate Place circle cutter mountmg hole ( 3 ) over the externally threaded circle cutter mounting nnsert NOTE : Make sure pointed ptvot pm ( 4 ) is pointing away from the tool 6 4 Screw the internally threaded circle cutter mounting 5 disc ( 6 ) onto the externally threaded circle cutter mounting insert and hand t0ghten . NOTE " Do not over tighten the circle cutter mounting Fig , 10 plasbc parts . Hand tighten only ' ADJUSTING FREEHAND SOLE PLATE Adjustthe circle cuttingradiusby looseningpivotpoint AdJustprecision handle sole plate depth by loosening knob ( 5 ) , slidingit to the correctcircle radiusand re - the depth gauge locking knob ( 7 ) and rotating the tighteninginthe desired location adjusting knob ( 8 ) to move the sole plate ( 9 ) in or out NOTE Check circlecutterradiussettingby measuring from the ptvotpomtto the outside of the cuttmgbit as required ( see Fig 11 ) NOTE Set the depth gauge so the cuttmg bit protrudes beyond the sole plate 1 / 8 " more than the thtckness of the matenal being cut For example } d / you are cutting 3 / 4 " pine , the bit should protrude e beyond the sole plate 2 Securely tighten depth gauge knob 3 . Beforestartingto cut you shouldre - checkbitdepth , make suresole plate is at rightangles to the bit and 1 securelytightened Re - check the colletto make sure the bit is securelyfastened . 5 2 Fig . 12 13
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s ] I _ - { qil _ [ _ eil illi1 " _ : CIRCLE CUTTER OPERATION - cont'd CIRCLE CUTTER OPERATION 5 Turn the switch ON IA WARNINGI Unplug the tool from the power source I _ fore When the motor is up to full speed , slowly hp the t _ changing accessories , changing bits and making and clrole cutter assembly to an upright posdlon , letting the bit cut into the workpiece ( see Fig 14 ) I adjustments . careful to keep the pivot point located at the centel the circle to be cut Once the tool has reached the Before turning the tool ON , check to make sure bit and all accessory fasteners are securely tightened . upnght posttton and the b = thas cut through the workplace , slowly move the tool m a clockwise 1 Mark the center of the circle you wish to cut on the d _ rection using slow steady pressure to make the c _ workplece and dntt a 6 mm or _ s / e4 " pdot hole Continue to cut the circle , keaplng the tool upright rotating around the circle cutter pivot point 2 AdJuStcutting b = tdepth to l / s " longer than the 7 When cut fs complete , turn the tool OFF , wait untd thickness of the matenal being cut ( see Fig 5 ) comes to a complete stop and remove it from the 3 workptece Adjust the circle cutting radtus by loosening pivot point knob . shdmg ttto the correct circle radius and re - tightemng in the deaoredlocation NOTE Check circle cutter radius setting by measuring from the p = votpoint to the outside of the sptral bR 4 Rest the edge of the sole plate on the workptece with the btt at an angle of about 450 ( see Fog 13 ) Insert \ the circle cutter pivot point into the pilot hole dnlled at the center of the ctrcle NOTE DO NOT let the b _ tcontact the workptece before swttch ts turned ON and the tool is up to full speed Fig . 14 Fig . 13 14
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SETTING ROUTER DEPTH FOR SINGLE DEPTH ONLY _ tLIJ _ [ ¢ ] = l I = ' TO ] IInlI ; : I , 41 : Y , JI . ' ] The router accessory converts your cuttnngtool Into a Depth of cutting os controlled by sliding the router base up small hobby plunge router that uscapable of handling and down on the gutde rods and locking dun place small ' / , " shank router butsas well as the spiral cutting but The tnltnngbase is ideal for bevel cutting The plunge Rause plunge router depth stop rod by turning the feature allows you to pre - set up to three ddferent cuttnng lower depth stop lock nut ( 1 ) counter clockwise untul = t depths is posutnonedat the bottom of the depth stop rod ( 2 ) ( see Fig 16 ) Push depth stop quick release button ( 3 and reuse the depth stop rod to Its maximum height IA WARNINGI and then release the button Unplug the tool from the power source before changing accessories , changing bits and making 2 Rotate plunge actuonturret ( 4 ) untilthe shortest stop adjustments . screw usunder the depth stop rod ( 2 ) Before turning the tool ON , check to make sure the bit 3 Loosen both height adjushng knobs ( 5 ) by turning them counter clockwtse and all accessory fasteners are securely tightened . NOTE " Only loosen height edjustmg knobs enough to ROUTER ACCESSORY INSTALLATION release the tension on the guide rods ( 6 ) . 1 Remove any accessory already unstalled on the tool 4 Shde muter base ( 7 ) up or down to obtannthe desured depth of cut Slide router accessory mounting bracket ( 1 ) onto the bottom of motor housnng ( 2 ) until the mounting hole ( 3 ) 5 Re - hghtenboth heughtadjustnngknobswhenthe hnes up wuththe hole nnthe mountung bracket ( see Fig desiredcut depth tsreached . 15 ) NOTE The raised hole in the mounting bracket will shde over the motor shaft locking button 3 Re - nnsert accessory locking knob ( 4 ) into the motor housnngand securely tighten Fig . 16 SETTING PLUNGE DEPTH Up to three different plunge depths can be preset by using the depth stop rod and plunge action turret This provides for qutck changes between depth setbngs 1 Turn lowerdepth stop locknut ( 1 ) to the bottomof depth stop rodand upperdepthstoplocknut ( 2 ) to the top of depth stoprod ( 3 ) ( see Fig 17 ) 2 . Pushdepth stopquick releasebutton ( 4 ) and raisethe depth stoprodto its maximumheightandthen releasethe button . 3 . Rotate plungeactionturret ( 5 ) untilthe shorteststop Fig . 15 screw is underthe depth stoprod 15
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SETTING PLUNGE DEPTH - cont'd SETTING ROUTER BASE BEVEL Bevel cutting with the cutting bit can be done with the Loosen both height adjust = ng knobs ( 6 ) by tummg them counter clockw = se router base tilted to the desired angle NOTE Only loosen height adjushng knobs enough to release the tens = on on the gutde rods ( 7 ) 1 Loosen both bevel adjustmg locks ( 1 ) by pulhng them outward from the router base ( 2 ) ( see Fig 18 ) 5 Shde router base ( 8 ) up or down to obta = nthe des = red Tilt router base to the desired angle depth of cut NOTE There are detents for Iockmg the router base at 0 ° , 15 ° , 30 ° and 45 ° These are the four most 6 Re - hghten he = ghtadjusting knobs when the desfred common angles for bevel cutt = ng cut depth is reached 3 Lock both bevel adjusting locks by pushing them Push the depth stop qu = ck release button and lower firmly back into pos = hon agamst the router base . depth stop rod untd it contacts the turret stop screw ( 9 ) After releas = ng the qu = ckrelease button , finer 4 Check bevel angle between router base and router bit adjustments can be made by turning the depth stop rod to ensure they are at correct angle 5 Check routerdepth of cut and re - setthe depthif Lock both the lower ( 1 ) and upper ( 2 ) depth stop lock required nuts against the router body to lock the depth stop rod NOTE Depth of cut w = llusuallyhave to be increased m place NOTE Do not use pliers to hghten lock nuts Turn after bitingthe routerbase for bevelcutt = ng lock nuts by hand only 9 Lock shortest turret stop screw by t _ ghtenlng lock nut ( 10 ) NOTE Do not over tighten lock nut 10 Loosen both he = ght adjusting knobs just enough to allow router to freely sltde up and down on the guide rods 11 Two add = t = onaldepths can be pre - set = na s = milarway setting the other two turret stop screws to the desired depth NOTE To select pre - set plunge depth , simply rotate the turret until the correct turret stop screw is aligned under the depth stop rod Fig . 18 Fig . 17 16
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| lUJ _ , [ l ' ] : 11 = | o ] ll 1 : 1 : | I : T ' _ FREEHAND CUTTING AND ROUTING CU'I - rlNG STRAIGHT LINE WITH STRAIGHT EDGE When the router base accessory is installed on the cutting To cut a straightline , youcan use a straightedge tool , it will function as a small router to be used for templateto guidethe routerbase freehand cutting of irregular shaped patterns You can cut 1 patterns out of the workpnese with the cutting bit or route Draw a hne on the workplece where you wushto make pettems into the workplece with small router bvts the cut ( see Fig 20 ) FREEHAND CUI - I'ING 2 Draw a parallel second line approxtmately 21 / e " back into the workpaeco ( away from the cutting line ) 1 Adjust the cutting batdepth to lie " longer then the thickness of the material being cut 3 Clamp the straight edge onto the larger portion of the workpuece that msto be clamped while cutting 2 Turn the switch ON while firmly holding the tool Place the fiat side of the router base against the 3 When starting the cut ms = dethe workplece , place the straight edge with the bit near the start of the cutting line bit at an angle to allow the bit to cut its way into the workpuece ( see Fig 6 ) NOTE Check bit Iocateonto ensure cut wnllbe made in the correct Iocabon 4 Use the two height adjusting knobs to guide the bit through the workplece 5 Turn the switch ON whde firmly holding the tool FREEHAND ROUTING 6 Slidethe routerplateagainstthe stra = ghetdge whde makingthe cut Use the routerbase w0thsmall routerbitsto perform variousfreehandroutingprojects ( see Fig 19 ) 1 Remove 1 / 8 " collet and insert ¼ " collet ( see Fig 3 ) 2 Install router bit and securely tighten 3 Adjust router base height to the con'ect routing depth 4 . Turn the swutchON making surethe routerbutis not touchinganything . 5 . Holding the tool by the two height adjusting knobs , carefully lower the bit onto the workplece and guide the bit around the desired pattern Fig . 20 Fig . 19 17
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i ii [ IJ _ [ , € . ] 1 Z ( o ] II I : l : i I : Y : I - _ IZff . _ l1 _ i _ l _ _ a ] l _ l CUTTING CURVED LINE WITH A TEMPLATE EXTERNAL CLEANING To cut a curved line , you can use a curved template to IA WARNING I guide the router base DO NOT use solvents when cleaning plastic parts . Make a template from hardboard or other similar Most plastics are susceptible to damage from various material to the shape you require ( see Fig 21 ) types of commercial solvents and may be damaged by NOTE Radius of curve must be greater than 2 ½ " for their use . Usa clean cloth to remove dirt , dust , oil , router base to propedy follow the curved template grease , etc . 2 Mark the location of the cut to be made Do not at any time allow brake fluids , gasoline , petroleum - based products , penetrating oils , etc . to 3 Mark the workplece approximately 27 / 1e " back into the come in contact with plastic parts . They contain workplece ( away from the cutting line ) chemicals that can damage , weaken or destroy plastic 4 Clamp the template onto the larger port _ on of the workplece that is to be clamped while cutting INTERNAL CLEANING 5 Place the curved portion of the router base against the It has been foundthat electnctoolsare subjectedto template with the b _ tnear the start of the cutting line acceleratedwear and possibleprematurefailure when NOTE . Check bit Iocatnonto ensure cut will be made they are usedonfiberglassbeats and sportscars , in the correct location wallboard , spacklingcompoundsor plaster . The chipsand gnndingsfrom these materialsare highlyabrasiveto 6 Turn the switch ON while firmly holding the tool electrictoolpartssuch as beanngs , brushes , commutators etc Dunngany use on these matedalsit is extremely 7 Slndethe router plate against the template while importantthat the tool is cleaned frequently by blowingout making the cut witha compressed anrJet IADANGERI it is critical that you wear safety goggles or safety glasses with side shields and a dust mask while blowing dust out of the cutting tool with a compressed air jet . Failure to take these safety precautions could result in permanent eye or lung damage . POWER CORD MAINTENANCE IAWARNINGI To avoid shock or fire hazard , replace the cord immediately If it Is wom or damaged In any way . Fig . 21 LUBRICATION IvN : lI _ I l = 1 _ r : l _ [ 11 All of the bearingsIn thiscuttingtoolare lubricatedwitha IADANGER I sufficientamountof highgrade lubricantforthe lifeof the For your own safety , turn the switch OFF and remove undundernom _ l conditions . Therefore , nofurther the plug from the power source before maintaining lubricationis required your cutting tool . When servicing , use only Identical Craftsman parts . Use of any other part may create a hazard or cause product damage . 18
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Main Unit 19
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I _ , WARNING I When servicing use only CRAFTSMAN replacement parts . Use of any other parts may create a HAZARDor cause damage to your Cutting Tool . Any attempt to repair or replace electrical parts on this Cutting Tool may create a hazard unless repair is performed by a qualified technician , Repair service is available by contacting your nearest Seam Service Center . Always order by PART NUMBER , not by key number . Main Unit Part Name at , / Qty Key # Part # Key # Part # Part Name Microswdch 1 1 41 03AS - 000135 - 00 1 01AR - 000032 - 00 BeanngSleeve Switch 1 1 42 03AS - 000140 - 00 2 01AR - 000035 - 00 Switchpresser Termmalblock 1 2 44 03AT - 000033 - 00 3 01AT - 000014 - A0 Bushingtube 2 2 48 03AT - 000040 - 00 Terminal ( female ) 5 01AT - 000031 - 00 Bushingtube 1 49 03AT - 000046 - 00 Carbonbrush 2 10 02AE - 000060 - 00 Frontbeanng : Powercord 1 1 50 03AW - 000131 - 00 11 02AE - 000061 - 00 Rear beanng Powercord 1 4 50 or03AW - 000131 - 10 12 02AK - 000022 - 00 Rivet 1 2 53 03AY - 000020 - 00 W _ re 13 02AH - 000088 - 00 Brushspring 2 1 55 03AY - 000073 - 00 Wire 14 02AH - 000089 - 00 Spindlespdng 2 1 56 03AY - 000074 - 00 Wire 15 02AH - 000112 - 00 Hanger 1 1 59 04AP - 000068 - 00 Fibra 16 02AN - 000012 - 00 Screw nut 1 / 4 " collet 1 8 62 2203 - MA0003 - 00 17 02AS - 000199 - A0 Case screw 1 / 8 " collet 1 3 62 2203 - MA0004 - 00 18 02AS - O00201 - A0 Screw 1 1 63 2203 - MA0007 - 00 19 02AS - 000260 - 00 Machinescrew Lock plate 1 1 67 2207 - MA0003 - 00 19 02AS - 000260 - 10 Machinescrew rSpindlelock 2 1 70 2213 - MA0002 - 00 Conducto 22 02AW - 000055 - 00 Retainingring 1 1 71 2213 - MA0005 - 00 Chuck cap 22 02AW - 000055 - 10 Retainingringr 1 1 72 2213 - MA0006 - 00 23 03AA - 000279 - 00 Transforme Spanner 2 1 * 2213 - SAM001 - 00 Brushassembly 24 03AC - 00001l - F0 Capacity 2 1 73 2213 - MA0011 - 00 Metal conductor 25 03AC - 000043 - 00 Capacity 2 Brushcase 4 74 2213 - MA0012 - 00 28 03AD - 000009 - A0 Diode 1 1 76 2213 - MA0014 - 00 Wire cover 29 03AD - 000040 - 00 Dlac 1 1 76 2213 - MA0014 - 01 Wire cover 29 03AD - 000040 - 10 Diac 1 2 79 2203 - PA0008 - 00 30 03AD - 000074 - 00 LED SpannerbeltB Screwlock 1 1 80 2207 - PA0007 - 00 31 03AD - 000075 - 00 Tnac Bottomcabinet 1 1 81 2213 - PA0022 - 00 34 03AM - 000104 - 00 Stator 1 1 82 2213 - PA0023 - 00 Top cabineter 35 03AM - 000105 - 00 Rotor Switchcov 1 1 83 2213 - PA0024 - 00 36 03AP - 000073 - 00 i PCB Lockbutton 1 1 84 2213 - PA0025 - O0 36 03AP - 000073 - 10 PCB Cover 1 1 85 2213 - PA0026 - 00 37 03AP - 000076 - 00 PCB 2P - Switch 11 1 87 2213 - PA0028 - 00 37 03AP - 000076 - 10 PCB 1 91 9866 - PA0004 - 00 38 03AR - 000013 - AO Resistor Press platave Cord Slee 1 1 92 9920 - PA0011 - 00 39 03AR - 000015 - D0 Resistor 3 40 03AR - 000109 - A0 R _ = _ i _ tnr 20
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Freehand Soleplate Assembly Part Name Qty Key # Part # 1 201 02AF - 000041 - 10 F [ xlngshaft 1 202 02AF - 000076 - 00 Releaselock pin 1 203 02AS - 000287 - 00 Screw 1 208 2213 - MA0010 - 00 Freecutmetal round guide 1 Lock 211 2213 - PA0010 - 00 1 Fixbase 212 2213 - PA0011 - 00 1 213 2213 - PA0012 - 00 Piast = cguide base 1 214 2213 - PA0013 - 00 AdjustmentGear 15T 1 Sleeve 215 2213 - PA0014 - 00 1 Sclew lockF 216 2213 - PA0015 - 00 21
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Handle Assembly Key # Part # Part Name Qty 301 02AF - 000041 - 10 Fixingshaft 1 302 02AF - 000076 - 00 Releaselockpin 1 304 02AH - 000106 - 00 Compressivespnng 12 Screw 305 02AS - 000148 - 00 306 02AS - 000287 - 00 Screw 1 307 02AS - 000288 - 00 Screw 3 Washer 1 310 02AW - 000067 - 00 312 2213 - MA0013 - 00 S - roundguide holder 1 Lock 1 321 2213 - PA0010 - 00 323 2213 - PA0012 - 00 Plasbcguidebase 1 324 2213 - PA0013 - 00 AdjustmentGear 15T 11 325 2213 - PA0014 - 00 Sleeve Screw lockF 1 326 2213 - PA0015 - 00 327 2213 - PA0016 - 00 Anx righthandle 1 328 2213 - PA0017 - 00 Anx left handle 1 329 2213 - PA0018 - 00 Anx handlesoftgrip ( outs = de ) 1 330 2213 - PA0019 - 00 Anx handlesoftgnp ( inside ) 1 331 2213 - PA0020 - 00 Simplelock 11 Shaft F5 - 5 332 2213 - PA0021 - 00 22
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Circle Cutter Assembly Key # Part # Part Name Qty 401 02AN - 000017 - 00 I Square nut 1 402 02AN - 000018 - 00 Hexagon thin nut 1 403 02AS - 000258 - 00 Machine screw 1 404 02AS - 000272 - 00 Screw 1 405 02AW - 000022 - 00 Spdng washer 1 410 2206 - MA0001 - 00 Cimular arm ( metric ) 1 410 2206 - MA0005 - 00 Cimular arm ( inch ) 1 411 2206 - MA0002 - 00 Washer 1 412 2206 - MA0003 - 00 Handle bush 1 415 2206 - PA0001 - 00 Dgstance lock w = thcenter pin 1 416 2206 - PA0003 - 00 Locking base 1 417 2206 - PA0004 - 00 Round guide mount 1 418 2213 - PA0007 - 00 Handle cuplike base 1 419 2213 - PA0008 - 00 Handle cuplike cover 1 23
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Router Assembly 24
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Router Assembly Part Name Key # Part # aty 101 02AF - 000041 - 10 2 Fixingshaft 102 02AF - 000077 - 00 2 Base release lockpin 1 103 02AF - 000078 - 00 ; uHeightrodsh 2 Guide b 104 02AG - 000145 - . 00 1 105 02AJ - 000016 - 00 Routertile base 2 107 02AH - 000107 - 00 Spring 2 108 02AH - 000108 - 00 Spring 1 109 02AH - 000109 - 00 Springw Scre nut 5 111 02AN - 000001 - A0 112 02AN - 000013 - 00 2 Square nut 3 113 02AN - 000019 - 00 M4 fixing nut Steel ball 1 115 02AQ - 000001 - A0 Screw 1 117 02AS - 000020 - A0 Machinescrew 3 118 02AS - 000048 - A0 6 119 02AS - 000276 - 00 Base screw Machinescrew 2 120 02AS - 000258 - 00 Screw 1 121 02AS - 000238 - 00 1 122 02AS - 000290 - 00 Screw Screw 1 123 02AS - 000291 - 00 1 124 02AS - 000292 - 00 Screw Wave washer 1 128 02AW - 000068 - 00 2 129 02AW - 000070 - 00 Externalretainingdngs 2 131 2213 - MA0001 - 00 Guide rod Knockhead 2 133 2213 - MA0003 - 00 1 134 2213 - MA0004 - 00 Indexguide 2 138 2213 - MA0007 - 00 Washer plate 1 2 139 2213 - MA0008 - 00 Washer plate2se Routerfix ba 1 151 2213 - PA0001 - 00 Routermovablebase 1 152 2213 - PA0002 - 00 1 153 2213 - PA0003 - 00 Routerquick heightlock 1 154 2213 - PA0004 - 00 Memorypostdial 2 155 2213 - PA0005 - 00 Lock 2 156 2213 - PA0006 - 00 Bellow 2 157 2213 - PA0007 - 00 Handlecuplike base 2 158 2213 - PA0008 - 00 Handlecuplike cover 2 159 2213 - PA0009 - 00 Heightadjustknob 1 Lens 164 2205 - PA0004 - 00 2 165 2205 - PA0007 - 00 Locking disc 25
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