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    INSTRUCTION MANUAL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES Questions? See us on the World Wide Web at www.D E WALT.c[...]

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    1 English Definitions: Safety Guidelines The definitions below describe the level of severity for ea[...]

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    2 English non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing protection used for appropriate conditions wil[...]

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    3 English • Always use proper guard with grinding wheel. A guard protects operator from broken whe[...]

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    4 English • When restarting a cut-off tool in the workpiece, check that the wheel is not engaged i[...]

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    5 English WARNING: Use of this tool can generate and/or disburse dust, which may cause serious and p[...]

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    6 English FEATURES E-SWITCH PROTECTION™ The ON/OFF switch has a no-volt release function. In the e[...]

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    7 English Mounting Guard MOUNTING AND REMOVING GUARD WARNING: Turn off and unplug the tool before ma[...]

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    8 English 4-1/2 " and 5 " Cutting Wheels Type 1 guard Quick-Change backing flange Type 1 a[...]

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    9 English 3. With the guard latch open, rotate the guard (I) into the desired working position. The [...]

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    10 English Switches CAUTION: Hold the side handle and body of the tool firmly to maintain control of[...]

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    11 English Hubbed wheels install directly on the 5/8-11 threaded spindle. Thread of accessory must m[...]

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    12 English be positioned away from the operator. For deeper cutting with a Type 1 cut-off wheel, use[...]

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    13 English Begin with coarse grit discs for fast, rough material removal. Move to a medium grit pape[...]

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    14 English 6. Remove the tool from the work surface before turning the tool off. Allow the tool to s[...]

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    15 English 2. Place the wheel on the backing flange, centering the wheel on the raised section (pilo[...]

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    16 Español 16 Definiciones: Normas de seguridad Las siguientes definiciones describen el nivel de g[...]

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    17 Español 17 f) Si no se puede evitar el uso de una herramienta eléctrica en una zona húmeda, ut[...]

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    18 Español 18 no familiarizadas con ella o con estas instrucciones operen la herramienta. Las herra[...]

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    19 Español 19 eléctrica o el accesorio sufre una caída, inspeccione para ver si hay daños o inst[...]

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    20 Español 20 dañado o presente desgaste. Consulte la páginas 26–28 para obtener información d[...]

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    21 Español 21 • Dirija el sistema de evacuación de polvo (DES, por su sigla en inglés) de maner[...]

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    22 Español 22 e) No utilice discos desgastados de herramientas eléctricas más grandes. Los discos[...]

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    23 Español 23 Advertencias de seguridad adicionales específicas para operaciones de corte abrasivo[...]

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    24 Español • polvo de sílice proveniente de ladrillos y cemento y otros productos de albañiler?[...]

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    25 Español G A B C F I J FIG. 1 K K D H CARACTERÍSTICAS E-SWITCH PROTECTION™ El interruptor de e[...]

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    26 Español 3. Separe la caja de engranajes de la caja del motor una distancia no superior a 6,35 mm[...]

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    27 Español 4. Cierre el cerrojo del protector para asegurar el mismo a la caja de engranajes. No se[...]

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    28 Español Discos de corte de 115 mm (4-1/2") y 125 mm (5") Protector Tipo 1 Flange de re[...]

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    29 Español ATENCIÓN: Si no se puede apretar el protector ajustando la abrazadera, no utilice la he[...]

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    30 Español INTERRUPTOR DE PALETA ATENCIÓN: Antes de conectar la herramienta a una fuente de energ?[...]

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    31 Español ATENCIÓN: Si no se asienta correctamente el disco antes de encender la herramienta, és[...]

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    32 Español riesgo de una lesión grave, limite el uso de estos discos con protector estándar Tipo [...]

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    33 Español bloqueo del eje mientras gira el disco de lijar hasta que calcen el disco de lijar y la [...]

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    34 Español USO DE CEPILLOS DE ALAMBRE CON FORMA DE COPA Y DISCOS DE ALAMBRE Los discos y los cepill[...]

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    35 Español posible, apriete el tornillo de ajuste (P) con la palanca de la abrazadera en la posici?[...]

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    36 Español Lubricación La herramienta eléctrica no requiere lubricación adicional. Limpieza ADVE[...]

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    37 Português Definições: Diretrizes de Segurança As definições abaixo apresentadas descrevem o[...]

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    38 Português desatenção enquanto opera uma ferramenta pode resultar em grave ferimento pessoal. b[...]

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    39 Português INSTRUÇÕES DE SEGURANÇA ESPECÍFICAS Instruções de segurança adicionais específ[...]

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    40 Português • Não trabalhe com esta ferramenta durante períodos muito longos. A vibração cau[...]

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    41 Português Tensão (Volts) Comprimento do cabo de extensão em metros (m) 120 - 127V 0 - 7 7 - 15[...]

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    42 Português ...... terminal de aterramento ...... Construção de Classe ...... símbolo de alerta[...]

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    43 Português O interruptor deve passar por um ciclo (desligado e ligado) para reiniciar a ferrament[...]

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    44 Português Montagem do protetor MONTAGEM E REMOÇÃO DO PROTETOR ATENÇÃO: Antes de fazer qualqu[...]

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    45 Português Discos de Corte de 4-1/2" e 5" Protetor Tipo 1 Flange de bloqueio de troca r[...]

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    46 Português 1. Abra o trinco do protetor (M). M O N Alinhe as linguetas (N) do protetor com as fen[...]

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    47 Português Protetores e Flanges É importante escolher os protetores e flanges corretos para usar[...]

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    48 Português CUIDADO: Espere que o aparelho alcance a velocidade máxima antes de permitir que ele [...]

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    49 Português bloqueio roscada no eixo para que a seção elevada (pilôto) não fique contra o disc[...]

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    50 Português 5. Remova a ferramenta da superfície antes de desligá-la. Deixe que a ferramenta par[...]

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    51 Português Grosseiro 16 - 30 grãos Médio 36 - 80 grãos Acabamento fino 100 - 120 grãos Acabam[...]

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    52 Português 4. Mantenha o contato entre a borda do disco e a superfície de trabalho com discos de[...]

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    53 Português MONTAGEM DE DISCO DE CORTE A TENÇÃ O: Antes de faz er qualquer ajuste ou retirar ou [...]

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    54 Português Acessórios AVISO: Uma vez que os acessórios que não sejam os disponibilizados pela [...]

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