DeWalt 36-600 manual

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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL 10" T able Saw (Model 36-600) P ART NO. 901608 (014) Copyright © 2001 Delta[...]

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    2 SAFETY RULES W oodworking can be dangerous if safe and pr oper operating procedur es ar e not foll[...]

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    3 ADDITIONAL SAFETY RULES FOR T ABLE SA WS 1. DO NOT OPERA TE YOUR TOOL until it is completely assem[...]

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    4 CONNECTING TOOL TO POWER SOURCE POWER CONNECTIONS A separate electrical circuit should be used for[...]

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    Use proper extension cor ds. Make sur e your extension cord is in good condition and is a 3-wir e ex[...]

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    6 1 - T able Saw 2 - Extension Wing (2) 3 - Rip Fence 4 - Miter Gage 5 - Rip Fence Handle 6 - Handwh[...]

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    7 For Blade Guard and Splitter Assembly 1 - Splitter Bracket 2 - 5/8 ″ Flat W asher (2) 3 - M12 He[...]

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    8 Fig. 3 For Saw Stand 1 - T op Front and Rear Braces - 19 ″ in length (2) 2 - Bottom Fr ont and R[...]

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    9 ASSEMBLING SA W TO ST AND 1. Position the saw (B) on the stand as shown in Fig. 6, lining up the f[...]

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    10 Fig. 7 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 Fig. 10 2. Assemble flat washer (not shown), and lock knob (E) Fig. 8, on en[...]

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    11 Fig. 11 Fig. 12 Fig. 13 5. Using the open end wrench (F) Fig. 11 and Fig. 12, supplied, place the[...]

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    12 Fig. 14 Fig. 15 Fig. 16 Fig. 17 ASSEMBLING GUIDE RAILS 1. Align the three slotted holes in the fr[...]

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    13 Fig. 18 Fig. 19 Fig. 20 Fig. 21 5. Assemble longer section of rear guide rail (P) Fig. 18, and sh[...]

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    14 Fig. 22 Fig. 23 Fig. 24 Fig. 25 LEVELING AND ADJUSTING FRONT GUIDE RAIL 1. MAKE CERT AIN THE TOOL[...]

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    15 Fig. 26 Fig. 27 Fig. 29 Fig. 28 5. Check the alignment of the splitter (C) Fig. 29, to the saw bl[...]

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    16 F ASTENING ST AND TO SUPPOR TING SURF ACE IF DURING OPERA TION THERE IS ANY TENDENCY FOR THE TOOL[...]

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    17 ADJUSTING 90 AND 45 DEGREE POSITIVE STOPS Y our saw is equipped with positive stops that will pos[...]

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    18 Fig. 41 Fig. 42 Fig. 43 RIP FENCE OPERA TION AND ADJUSTMENTS IMPORT ANT : THE RIP FENCE MUST BE P[...]

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    19 Fig. 44 Fig. 45 Fig. 46 Fig. 47 1. Y our miter gage is equipped with individually adjust- able in[...]

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    20 20 RIPPING Fig. 48 TYPICAL OPERA TIONS CROSS-CUTTING Cross-cutting r equir es the use of the mite[...]

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    21 21 Fig. 51 Fig. 52 Fig. 53 USING ACCESSOR Y MOULDING CUTTERHEAD Moulding is cutting a shape on th[...]

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    22 Fig. 58 Fig. 57 Fig. 54 Fig. 55 Fig. 56 The dado head set (D) Fig. 57, is assembled to the saw ar[...]

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    23 Fig. 59 Fig. 60 USING AUXILIAR Y WOOD F ACING ON RIP FENCE It is necessary when performing specia[...]

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    24 CONSTRUCTING A PUSH STICK When ripping work less than 4 inches wide, a push stick should be used [...]

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    25 Fig. 62 Fig. 63 Fig. 64 MAINTENANCE CHANGING THE BLADE 1. MAKE CERT AIN THE TOOL IS DISCONNECTED [...]

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    26 26 Fig. 65 Fig. 67 Fig. 66 BEL T REPLACEMENT Should you find it necessary to replace the belt on [...]

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

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    28 NOTES[...]

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