DeWalt DWE7490 manual

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    DWE7490, DWE7491 Heavy-Duty 10" (254 mm) Job Site T able Saw Scie de table industrielle de chan[...]

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

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    2 English • USE HOLD-DOWNS, JIGS, FIXTURES OR FEA THER BOARDS TO HELP GUIDE AND CONTROL THE WORKPI[...]

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    3 English KICKBACKS Kickbacks can cause serious injury . A kickback occurs when a part of the workpi[...]

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    4 English FIG. 2 A Q K E D F S G L T R H C FIG. 3 P U T S I V B O M N INTENDED USE This table saw is[...]

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    5 English POSITIONING THE BLADE GUARD ASSEMBL Y/RIVING KNIFE (FIG. 5, 6) T o position the blade guar[...]

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    6 English 4. Loosen the rip scale indicator screws (GG) and set the rip scale indicator to read zer [...]

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    7 English 1. Using a 6 mm hex wrench, loosen r ear pivot bracket fasteners (LL) just enough to al[...]

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    8 English FIG. 25 • The saw blade furnished with your new saw is a 10" (254mm) combination[...]

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    9 English OPERA TION WARNING: T o reduce the risk of injur y , turn unit off and disconnect machine [...]

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    10 English FIG. 31 FIG. 32 D E NOTE: This fence will allow the guard to r emain on the saw when comp[...]

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    11 English FIG. 33 CAUTION: The workpiece must have a straight edge against the fence and must not b[...]

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    12 English CAUTION: When using a block as a cut-off gauge, the block must be at least 3/4" (19?[...]

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    13 English 60º FIG. 41 24" (610mm) 5" (127mm) 3/4" (20mm) THE KERF SHOULD B[...]

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    14 English Motor Overload and Power Loss Reset Switch If power is interrupted by a circuit br eaker [...]

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    15 English Accessories WARNING: Since accessories, other than those offered by D E WAL T , have not [...]

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    16 Français Défi nitions: lignes directrices en matière de sécurité Les définitions ci-des[...]

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    17 Français • RESTER PRUDENT . RESTER VIGILANT . F AIRE PREUVE DE BON SENS. NE P AS UTILISER LA M[...]

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    18 Français • Coupe double - Inverser le matériau pour le recouper lorsque la scie est incapa[...]

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    19 Français Le risque associé à de telles expositions varie selon la fréquence à laquelle on ef[...]

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    20 Français DESCRIPTION (FIG. 2, 3) A VERTISSEMENT: ne jamais modifier l’outil électrique ni [...]

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    21 Français REMARQUE: suivre les étapes 1 à 3 pour installer le couteau diviseur (W) de la mê[...]

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    22 Français RÉGLAGE DE L ’ÉCHELLE DE COUPE (FIG. 12, 14) 1. Ouvrez le levier de verr ouillag[...]

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    23 Français RÉGLAGE DU SYSTÈME DE BLOCAGE DE LA BARRE DE GUIDAGE (FIG. 2, 17) (Serrage du systèm[...]

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    24 Français FIG. 23 DD U ALIGNEMENT DU COUTEAU DIVISEUR ET DE LA LAME (FIG. 24) 1. Retir ez la plaq[...]

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    25 Français ÉP AISSEUR DE COUTEAU DIVISEUR LARGEUR DE TRAIT DE SCIE (LARGEUR DE COUPE F AITE P AR [...]

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    26 Français A TTENTION : si la scie fait un bruit inhabituel ou vibre excessivement, arrêter au[...]

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    27 Français Coupe longitudinale (Fig.33) A VERTISSEMENT : ne jamais toucher l’ « extré[...]

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    28 Français 2. Une fois le guide longitudinal auxiliaire étroit construit, glissez-le le long de l[...]

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    29 Français 3. Maintenez fermement la pièce contr e le guide d'onglet alors que le chemin de [...]

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    30 Français Construction d’un peigne (Fig. 41, 42) Les peignes sont utilisés pour maintenir la p[...]

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    31 Français Système de dépoussiérage (Fig.43) Cette scie de table est équipée d’un dispos[...]

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    32 Français • SÉCURITÉ: l’enregistrement de votr e produit nous permettra de communiquer avec[...]

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    33 Français REMPLACEMENT GRA TUIT DES ÉTIQUETTES D’A VERTISSEMENT : si les étiquettes d’avert[...]

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    34 Español Defi niciones: Normas de seguridad Las siguientes definiciones describen el nivel de gr[...]

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    35 Español • NO PERMIT A QUE LA F AMILIARIDAD (que haya adquirido con el uso frecuente de la sier[...]

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    36 Español UNIDAD DEL PROTECTOR DE HOJA DE LA SIERRA, UNIDAD DE ANTI-REBOTE Y CUCHILLO DIVISOR Esta[...]

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    37 Español ESPECIFICACIONES Amperios 15 A T amaño de la Banco 556 mm (21-7/8 pulg.) X 669 mm (26-3[...]

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    38 Español USO DEBIDO Esta sierra de banco está diseñada para aplicaciones profesionales de aserr[...]

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    39 Español ENSAMBLAJE DE LA PLACA DE GARGANT A (FIG. 8) 1. Alinee la placa de garganta como lo mues[...]

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    40 Español FIG. 16 FIG. 15 N M N HH II Montaje en banco ADVERTENCIA: Antes del montaje en un banco [...]

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    41 Español AJUSTE DEL TOPE E INDICADOR DE BISEL (FIG. 19, 20) 1. Levante completamente la hoja haci[...]

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    42 Español Hojas de Sierra (Fig. 25) ADVERTENCIA: Las Cuchilla deben hacer juego con las dimensione[...]

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    43 Español Rebote ¡El rebote es una condición peligr osa! Es provocado por el trabado de la pieza[...]

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    44 Español Funcionamiento de la guía para cortes longitudinales (Fig. 31, 32) P ALANCA DE BLOQUEO [...]

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    45 Español 7. Al aserrar una pieza larga de material o un panel, utilice siempre un soporte para la[...]

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    46 Español Corte longitudinal biselado Esta operación es la misma que el corte longitudinal except[...]

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    47 Español FIG. 40 J Funcionamiento del indicador de ángulo para cortes ingleteados Para fijar su [...]

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    48 Español Construcción de T abla con canto biselado (Fig. 41, 42) Las tablas con cantos biselados[...]

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    49 Español Almacenamiento (Fig. 45–50) 1. Fije el empujador (V) a la guía. 2. Saque la unidad de[...]

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    50 Español Este producto está garantizado por un año a partir de la fecha de entr ega, contra cua[...]

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    51 Español ESPECIFICACIONES DWE7490, DWE7491 T ensión de alimentación: 120 V c.a. ~ Consumo de co[...]

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    D E W AL T Industrial T ool Co., 701 East Joppa Road, Baltimore, MD 21286 (APR13) Part No. N202113 D[...]