Bosch 3924B-24 manual

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    For English Parlez-vous français? ¿Habla español? See page 2 V oir page 10 V er página 18 39[...]

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    2 Safety “READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS” — Failure to follow the SAFETY RULES identified by BULLET (?[...]

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    3 Safety “ READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS ” — Failure to follow the SAFETY RULES identified by BULLE[...]

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    4 Safety “ READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS ” — Failure to follow the SAFETY RULES identified by BULLE[...]

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    5 “ SA VE THESE INSTRUCTIONS ” THE WARNINGS SHOWN BELOW CAN BE FOUND ON YOUR TOOL. THESE WARNIN[...]

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    6 Safety “ READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS ” — Failure to follow the SAFETY RULES identified by BULLE[...]

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    7 T able of Contents Safety ........................................................................[...]

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    8 Getting T o Know Y our Miter Saw Disconnect battery pack from tool before performing any assembly,[...]

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    9 12. Miter Lock Knob The miter lock knob locks the miter saw table at any desired miter angle. 13.[...]

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    10 Sécurité Consignes générales de sécurité pour les outils d’établi Zone de travail • G[...]

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    11 • Gardez les outils de coupe affil é s et propres. Des outils bien entretenus, avec tranchant[...]

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    12 • N ’ utilisez pas une autre personne en remplacement d ’ une rallonge de table ou comme s[...]

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    13 LES AVERTISSEMENTS CI-APR È S SE TROUVENT SUR VOTRE OUTIL. CES AVERTISSEMENTS NE SONT QU ’ UN[...]

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    14 S é curit é « LISEZ TOUTES LES INSTRUCTIONS » — L ’ utilisateur qui n é gliger[...]

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    15 T able des mati è re s S é curit é . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    16 Familiarisez-vous avec votr e scie à onglet D é branchez le bloc-pile de l ’ outil avant d ?[...]

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    17 12. Bouton de blocage d ’ onglet Le bouton de blocage d ’ onglet bloque la table de la scie ?[...]

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    18 Seguridad Normas generales de seguridad para herramientas para tablero de banco Area de trabajo ?[...]

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    19 • Mantenga las herramientas de corte afiladas y limpias. Es menos probable que las herramienta[...]

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    20 • Planifique el trabajo que va a hacer. Proporcione accesorios de soporte adecuados, tales com[...]

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    21 LAS ADVERTENCIAS QUE SE MUESTRAN A CONTINUACION SE PUEDEN ENCONTRAR EN LA HERRAMIENTA. ESTAS ADVE[...]

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    22 • Antes de utilizar el cargador de bater í as, lea todas las instrucciones e indicaciones de [...]

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    23 Indice Seguridad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-2[...]

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    24 Familiarizaci ó n con la sierra para cor tar ingletes Desconecte el paquete de bater í as de [...]

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    25 12. Pomo de fijaci ó n de inglete El pomo de fijaci ó n de inglete fija la mesa de la sierra pa[...]

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    26 Assembly T ools Needed For Assembly And Alignment Should be no Gap or Overlap when Square is Fli[...]

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    27 Ensamblaje Herramientas necesarias para el ensamblaje y la alineaci ó n Desconecte el paquete [...]

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    28 Unpacking and Checking Contents Before moving the saw: Lock the miter lock knob in 45 ° left or [...]

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    29 Assemblage Ouverture de l ’ emballage et v é rification du contenu Avant de d é placer l[...]

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    30 Removal and Installation of the Blade Disconnect battery pack from tool before performing any as[...]

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    31 Instalaci ó n y remoci ó n de la hoja Desconecte el paquete de bater í as de la herramienta [...]

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    32 Assembling Dust Bag 1. With the miter arm locked in the down position, push the dust bag 1 onto[...]

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    33 Ensamblaje de la bolsa para polvo 1. Con el brazo de ingletes fijado en la posici ó n hacia ab[...]

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    34 Adjustments Disconnect battery pack from tool before performing any assembly, adjustments, changi[...]

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    35 Desconecte el paquete de bater í as de la herramienta antes de realizar cualquier ensamblaje, aj[...]

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    36 Blade 45 ° T o The T able 1. Rotate table 1 to 0 ° position and lock in place. 2. Move slidin[...]

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    37 Hoja a 45 ° respecto a la mesa 1. Gire la mesa 1 hasta la posici ó n de 0 ° y f í jela en [...]

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    38 Adjustments Blade Squar e to Fence 1. Lower the head assembly and push in the lock pin to lock i[...]

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    39 Hoja en á ngulo recto con el tope-gu í a 1. Baje el ensamblaje del cabezal y empuje el pasa[...]

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    40 20 25 316 225 30 35 40 45 50 20 25 316 225 30 35 40 45 50 20 25 316 225 30 35 40 45 50 20 25 316[...]

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    41 20 25 316 225 30 35 40 45 50 20 25 316 225 30 35 40 45 50 20 25 316 225 30 35 40 45 50 20 25 316[...]

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    42 Adjustments Miter Scale (V ernier) Indicator Adjustment 1. Raise the head assembly to the full-u[...]

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    43 Ajustes Ajuste del indicador (V ernier) de la escala de ingletes 1. Suba el ensamblaje del cabez[...]

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    44 To avoid injury from unexpected saw movement observe the following: • Disconnect battery pack f[...]

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    45 Para evitar lesiones debidas a un movi- miento inesperado de la sierra, siga las instrucciones si[...]

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    46 Mounting Applications Workbench Mount the saw using either the four bolt holes (7/16 ” ) 1 or t[...]

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    47 Applications de montage É tabli Montez la scie à l ’é tabli à l ’ aide des quatre t[...]

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    48 Basic Saw Operations Body and Hand Position Position your body and hands properly to make cutting[...]

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    49 Op é rations de base de la scie Position du corps et des mains Positionnez votre corps et vos [...]

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    50 Basic Saw Operations W orkpiece Support Long workpieces have a tendency to tip over unless clampe[...]

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    51 Support de l ’ ouvrage Les ouvrages longs ont tendance à basculer à moins qu ’ ils ne [...]

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    52 Auxiliary Fence - Certain types of molding need a fence face extension because of the size and p[...]

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    53 Op é rations de base de la scie Guide auxiliaire — Certains types de moulure n é cessitent [...]

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    54 Basic Saw Operations Detent Override T o Engage: 1. Lift the miter detent trigger 1 (Figure 24).[...]

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    55 Op é rations de base de la scie Court-circuitage du cran d ’ arr ê t Pour engager : 1. [...]

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    56 Miter Cut • A miter cut is made at 0 ° bevel and any miter angle in the range from 48 ° left[...]

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    57 Coupe à l ’ onglet • Une coupe à l ’ onglet est pratiqu é e au biseau 0 ° et à [...]

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    58 Bevel Cut • A bevel cut is made at 0 ° miter and any bevel angle in the range of -2 ° to 47 [...]

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    59 Coupe en biseau • Une coupe en biseau est pratiqu é e à onglet de 0 ° et à tout angle[...]

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    60 Compound Cuts • A compound cut is a cut requiring both a miter setting and a bevel setting. ?[...]

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    61 Coupes compos é es • Une coupe compos é e est une coupe n é cessitant un r é glage d ’[...]

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    62 Saw Operations • Base molding can be cut vertical against fence or flat on the table. • Foll[...]

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    63 Op é rations de la scie Moulures de base • Les moulures de base peuvent ê tre coup é es [...]

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    64 INSTRUCCIONES P ARA EL CORTE DE MOLDURA DE BASE POSICIONES Posici ó n vertical Posici ó n hori[...]

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    65 Operaciones de la sierra Corte de moldura de techo • La moldura de techo se debe cortar con pre[...]

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    66 Crown Molding Laying Flat on T able Follow these instructions for cutting crown molding: 1. Move[...]

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    67 Op é rations de la scie Moulures en couronne reposant à plat sur la table Suivez ces instruct[...]

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    68 Operaciones de la sierra Moldura de techo colocada horizontalmente sobre la mesa Siga estas instr[...]

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    69 Cr own Molding Angled to T able and Fence • The advantage to cutting in this position is that n[...]

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    70 Moulure en couronne à angle par rapport à la table et au guide • La coupe en cette posit[...]

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    71 Moldura de techo en á ngulo respecto a la mesa y al tope-gu í a • La ventaja de cortar e[...]

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    72 Special Cuts Cutting bowed material and round material are only examples of special cuts. Cutting[...]

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    73 Coupes sp é ciales La coupe de mat é riaux courb é s et de mat é riaux ronds ne constitue q[...]

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    74 Charging Battery Pack (1 Hour Charger) Plug charger cord into your standard power outlet. Before [...]

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    75 Charge du bloc-pile (Chargeur de 1heure) Branchez le cordon du chargeur dans votre prise de coura[...]

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    76 Accessories Various 10 ” Carbide Tipped Blades A range of blades of various materials, tooth co[...]

  • Page 77

    77 Accesorios Varias hojas de punta de carburo de 10" Se ofrece una amplia gama de hojas de div[...]

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    78 Service NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. Preventive maintenance performed by unauthorized pers[...]

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    79 Entretien IL N ’ EXISTE À L ’ INT É RIEUR AUCUNE PI È CE SUSCEPTIBLE D ’Ê TRE ENT[...]

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    80 Cleaning To avoid accidents, always disconnect the tool and/or charger from the power supply befo[...]

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    81 Limpieza Para evitar accidentes, desconecte siempre la herramienta y/o el cargador de la fuente d[...]

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    82 T r oubleshooting Guide Electrical Duide de D é pannage É lectrique PROBLEM BRAKE DOES NO[...]

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    83 Gu í a de Localizaci ó n y r eparaci ó n de aver í as El é ctricas PROBLEMA EL F[...]

  • Page 84

    84 Duide de D é pannage G é n é ralit é s T r oubleshooting Guide General PROBLEM HEAD A[...]

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    85 Gu í a de Localizaci ó n y r eparaci ó n de aver í as Generales PROBLEMA NO SE PUEDE [...]

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    86 Notes: Remar ques :[...]

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    87 Notas:[...]

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    2610916457 11/02 Printed in Taiwan LIMITED WARRANTY OF BOSCH PORTABLE AND BENCHTOP POWER TOOLS Robe[...]