Epson 28-276 manual

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    www .deltaportercable.com (800) 223-7278 - US (800) 463-3582 - CANADA 10" Contractors S[...]

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    2 - English T ABLE OF CONTENTS IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .................... 2 SAFETY GUIDE[...]

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    3 - English For your own safety , read the instruction manual 1. before operating the [...]

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    4 - English 1. Do not operate this machine until it is assembled and installed accor[...]

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    5 - English Fig. A Fig. B GROUNDING BLADE IS LONGEST OF THE 3 BLADES Fig. A Fig. B GROUNDED O[...]

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    6 - English Fig. C GROUNDED OUTLET BOX CURRENT CARR YING PRONGS GROUNDING BLADE IS LONGEST OF [...]

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    7 - English FOREWORD Model 28-206 is a 1 Hp, 120/240 volt, 2-spee d unit with a quick blade-te[...]

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    8 - English MODEL 28-206 ENCLOSED ST AND P ARTS 1. Base (2) 2. Side (2) 3. Stand T op 4. D[...]

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    9 - English MODEL 28-276 OPEN ST AND P ARTS 1. Legs (4) 2. Stand T op 3. Long Brace (2) 4.[...]

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    10 - English 1. Place the stand top (A) Fig. 5 on a flat surface. 2. Align the two ho[...]

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    11 - English 14. Align the holes in the base (A) Fig. 8, with the holes in the two [...]

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    12 - English MODEL 28-276 OPEN ST AND ASSEMBL Y 1. Place the stand top (A) Fig. 11 on a[...]

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    13 - English 14. Align the four holes in the short brace (A) Fig. 14 with the four h[...]

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    14 - English THE BAND SAW IS VER Y HEAVY . Use a helper when you attach the saw to the[...]

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    15 - English A TT ACHING THE T ABLE TO THE SAW 1. Remove the band saw blade. 2. Align [...]

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    16 - English ST AR TING AND STOPPING THE SA W Make sure that the switch is in the “[...]

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    17 - English ADJUSTING THE T ABLE STOP This machine is equipped with an adjustable table[...]

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    18 - English TRACKING THE BLADE VER TICAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE UPPER BLADE GUIDE ASSEMBL Y A[...]

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    19 - English 1. Confirm that the bottom blade guides and support bearings are not touchin[...]

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    20 - English CHANGING BLADE SPEED FOR MODEL 28-206 ONL Y 1. Remove the pulley guard (A) [...]

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    21 - English In spite of how well a band saw is maintained, problems can occur . The [...]

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    22 - English T rouble: BAND SAW DOES NOT COME UP TO SPEED. Probable Cause Remedy 1. L[...]

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    23 - English BAND SAW BLADES A band saw blade is a delicate piece of steel that is su[...]

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    24 - English MAINTENANCE REPLACEMENT P ARTS Use only identical replacement parts. For a part[...]

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    25 - English ACCESSORIES SERVICE AND REP AIRS All quali ty tool s will eve ntu all y req [...]

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    26 - French LES INSTRUCTIONS IMPOR T ANTES DE SURETE MESURES DE SÉCURITÉ - DÉFINITIONS Ce guid[...]

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    27 - French Pou r sa séc ur it é per so nn el le , lir e la not ic e d’u ti li sa ti [...]

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    28 - French RÈGLES SPÉCIFIQUES ADDITIONNELLES DE SÛRETÉ 1. Ne pas faire fonctionner cet appa[...]

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    29 - French RACCORDEMENTS ÉLECTRIQUES Un circuit électrique séparé doit être utilisé [...]

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    30 - French Fig. C BOÎTE DE SORTIE MISE À LA TERRE LAMES CONDUCTRICES LA LAME DE MISE À LA TE[...]

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    31 - French A V ANT -PROPOS Le modèle 28-206 est une scie à ruban de 1 HP , 120/240 volts à d[...]

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    32 - French PIÈCES DU SOCLE FERMÉ DU MODÈLE 28-206 1. (2) bases 2. (2) panneaux lat?[...]

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    33 - French PIÈCES DU SOCLE OUVER T DU MODÈLE 28-276 1. (4) pattes 2. Dessus de socle[...]

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    34 - French 1. Placer le dessus du socle (A) fig. 5, sur une surface plane. 2. Aligner les[...]

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    35 - French 14. Aligner les trous de la base (A) fig. 8, avec ceux des deux panneaux l[...]

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    36 - French ASSEMBLAGE DU SOCLE OUVER T DU MODÈLE 28-276 1. Placer le dessus du socle (A[...]

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    37 - French 14. Aligner les quatre trous de la traverse courte (A) fig. 14, avec ceux d[...]

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    38 - French La scie à ruban est très lourde. Demander l’aide d’une autre person[...]

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    39 - French ASSEMBLAGE DE LA T ABLE SUR LA SCIE 1. Retirer la lame de la scie à ruban.[...]

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    40 - French DÉMARRAGE ET ARRÊT DE SCIE S’assurer que l’interrupteur se trouve sur[...]

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    41 - French RÉGLAGE DE LA BUTÉE DE LA T ABLE L ’appareil est muni d’une butée réglab[...]

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    42 - French ALIGNEMENT DE LA LAME RÉGLAGE VERTICAL DE L ’ENSEMBLE DE GUIDE SUPÉRIEUR [...]

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    43 - French C D E Fig. 33A RÉGLAGE DU SERRAGE DE LA VIS DE PRÉVENTION DE TOMBÉE Une[...]

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    44 - French 1. Confirmer que les guides et les roulements d’appui inférieurs de la la[...]

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    45 - French C H AN GE M E N T DE LA V I T ES SE DE L A LA ME POUR LE MODÈLE 28-206 [...]

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    46 - French Malgré un bon entretien de la scie à ruban, des problèmes peuvent sur g[...]

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    47 - French 1. Régler la tension 2. Régler la roue supérieure. 3. Régler le roulement d?[...]

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    48 - French SERVICE PIÈCES DE RECHANGE Utiliser seulement des pièces de rechange identiq[...]

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    49 - French Depuis des accessoires autre que ceux offertspar Porter -Cable[...]

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    50 - Spanish Lea a todas advertencias y las instrucciones operadoras antes[...]

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    51 - Spanish NORMAS GENERALES DE SEGURIDAD Para su propia seguridad, lea el manual de instru[...]

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    52 - Spanish NORMAS ESPECÍFICAS ADICIONALES DE SEGURIDAD Sinosesiguenestasnormas,?[...]

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    53 - Spanish 1. T odas las má quin as con ect ada s c on cor dón c one cta das a tie rra [...]

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    54 - Spanish Fig. C CAJA TOMACORRIENTE CONECT ADA A TIERRA TERMINALES QUE LLEVAN CORRIENTE E[...]

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    55 - Spanish 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1. Sierra de cinta 2. Motor 3. Mesa 4. Accesorio [...]

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    56 - Spanish 1 2 3 4 5 PIEZAS CERRADAS DEL SOPOR TE DEL MODELO 28-206 1. Base (2) 2. Lado[...]

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    57 - Spanish 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 PIEZAS ABIERT AS DEL SOPORTE DEL MODELO 28-2[...]

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    58 - Spanish MONT AJE DE LA BASE DE SOPORTE CERRADA MODELO 28-206 1. Coloque la parte s[...]

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    59 - Spanish 14. Alinee los agujer os de la base (A), Fig. 8, con los agujeros de los dos lad[...]

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    60 - Spanish MONT AJE DE LA BASE DE SOPORTE ABIERT A MODELO 28-276 1. Coloque la parte s[...]

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    61 - Spanish 14. Alinee los cuatro agujeros del refuerzo corto (A) Fig. 14 con los cuatr[...]

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    62 - Spanish La sierra de cinta es muy pesada. Use un ayudante cuando sujete la sierra [...]

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    63 - Spanish NOT A: Las sierras de cinta de 14 pulgadas utilizan hojas de 93.5 pulgados [...]

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    64 - Spanish ARRANCANDO Y DETENIENDO LA SIERRA El interruptor está situado en el lado [...]

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    65 - Spanish AJUSTE DE LA P ARADA DE LA T ABLA La maquina se equipa de una ajustable d[...]

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    66 - Spanish SEGUIR LA LÁMINA IMPORT ANTE: Antes de seguir la lámina, cerciórese de [...]

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    67 - Spanish C D E Fig. 33A Fig. 33B F G E E AJUSTE DE LA TENSIÓN DEL TORNILLO CON BL[...]

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    68 - Spanish AJUST ANDO GUÍAS MÁS BAJAS DE LA LÁMINA Y LA LÁMINA APOYE EL COJINETE[...]

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    69 - Spanish 1. Remove the pulley guard (A) Fig. 37 by removing screw (B). 2. Levante el[...]

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    70 - Spanish Se presentarán problemas pese al buen mantenimiento que se le dé a una [...]

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    71 - Spanish Problema: LA HOJA NO COMPENSA. Causa probable 1. Hoja demasiado suelta. [...]

  • Page 72

    72 - Spanish Una hoja de sierra de cinta es un pedazo de acero frágil que experiment[...]

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    73 - Spanish F ALLA EN EL ENCENDIDO Si la máquina no enciende, verifique que las patas[...]

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    74 - Spanish Pu es t o qu e lo s ac ce so r io s co n ex c e pc ió n de és o s of r ec id[...]

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    75 - Spanish P ARA REP ARACIÓN Y SERVICIO DE SUS HERRAMIENT AS ELÉCTRICAS, F A VOR DE DIR[...]

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    The following are trademarks for one or more Porter -Cable and Delta products:  Les[...]