DeWalt 36-255 manual

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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL 12" Compound Miter Saw (Model 36-255) P ART NO. 899943 - 05-31-01 Copyright [...]

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    2 GENERAL SAFETY RULES W oodworking can be dangerous if safe and pr oper operating procedur es ar e [...]

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    3 ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULES FOR COMPOUND MITER SAWS 1. WARNING: USE ONL Y CROSS-CUTTING SAW BLADES. DO[...]

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    4 4 REPLACEMENT P ARTS When servicing, use only identical replacement parts. POLARIZED PLUGS: T o re[...]

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    UNP ACKING 1. Carefully r emove the machine fr om the carton. Retain all packing materials until you[...]

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    6 6 MOVING T ABLE TO THE 0 DEGREE CUT -OFF POSITION 1. Rotate locking knob (A) Fig. 6 counter -clock[...]

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    7 7 4. Attach the fence slide support (E) Fig. 7D, to the extension table (B) by using the two 1 1/4[...]

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    9. Position lock handle (M) Fig. JI, on stud and replace scr ew and spring (L) that wer e removed in[...]

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    9 9 WARNING: A TURNING SA W BLADE CAN BE DANGEROUS. AFTER COMPLETING CUT , RELEASE SWITCH TRIGGER (A[...]

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    10 10 T o adjust the sliding fit between the movable table and the base, turn nut (A) Fig. 14, clock[...]

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    11 11 TIL TING CUTTINGHEAD FOR BEVEL CUTTING CAUTION: DISCONNECT THE MACHINE FROM THE POWER SOURCE. [...]

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    ADJUSTING CHIP DEFLECTOR 1. DISCONNECT THE SAW FROM THE POWER SOURCE. 2. A chip deflector (A) Fig. 2[...]

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    13 13 ADJUSTING SLIDING FIT BETWEEN TRUNNION AND BEVEL BRACKET After a long period of time, it may b[...]

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    14 14 ADJUSTING BLADE GUARD After an extended period of time the movable blade guard (A) Fig. 30, mi[...]

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    15 15 CUTTING ALUMINUM Aluminum extrusions (aluminum screens and storm windows) can easily be cut wi[...]

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    4. T o make the matching halves of the inside and outside corners, simply rotate the table to the 31[...]

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    MAINTENANCE CHANGING THE BLADE WARNING: USE ONL Y CROSS-CUTTING SAW BLADES. DO NOT USE BLADES WITH D[...]

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    KEEP TOOL CLEAN Periodically blow out all air passages with dry compressed air . Clean all plastic p[...]

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    19 19 Delta Building T rades and Home Shop Machinery T wo Y ear Limited W arranty Delta will repair [...]

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    20 20 NOTES[...]

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    The following are trademarks of POR TER-CABLE • DEL T A (Las siguientes son marcas r egistradas de[...]