Honeywell CJ 110MVA manual

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    DOUBLE INSULATION DOUBLE ISOLATION AISLAMIENTO DOBLE INSTRUCTIONS DE SECURITE ET MODE D’EMPLOI AVE[...]

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    CONTENTS Page IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ................... 3 MEANINGS OF SIGNAL WORDS ..........[...]

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    3 English IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Read and understand all of the safety precautions, warnings a[...]

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    4 English SAFETY GENERAL SAFETY RULES WARNING: Read and understand all instructions. Failure to foll[...]

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    5 English (3) Avoid accidental starting. Be sure switch is off before plugging in. Carrying tools wi[...]

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    6 English SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES AND SYMBOLS 1. Hold tools by insulated gripping surfaces when perfor[...]

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    7 English 15. Operate power tools at the rated voltage. Operate the power tool at voltages specified[...]

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    8 English DOUBLE INSULATION FOR SAFER OPERATION To ensure safer operation of this power tool, HITACH[...]

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    9 English SPECIFICATIONS FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION NOTE: The information contained in this Instruction [...]

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    10 English ASSEMBL Y AND OPERA TION APPLICATIONS 䡬 Cutting various lumber and pocket cutting 䡬 C[...]

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    11 English 6. Changing blades (1) Open the lever up to the stop. (Fig. 3-I) (2) Remove fitted blade [...]

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    12 English (2) For the hard material, such as a steel plate, etc., decrease the orbital operation. F[...]

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    13 English CUTTING CAUTIONS: 䢇 In order to prevent blade dislodging, damage or excessive wear on t[...]

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    14 English 4. Cutting metallic materials (1) Adjust the speed Dial between scales “3” and “4?[...]

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    15 English When cutting stainless steel plates, adjust the unit as described below: 1. Adjust the sp[...]

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    16 English CONNECTING WITH CLEANER By connecting with cleaner (sold separately) through dust collect[...]

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    17 English MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION WARNING: Be sure to switch power OFF and disconnect the plug f[...]

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    18 English No. 1 No. 1 No. 11 No. 12 No. 15 No. 16 No. 21 No. 22 No. 41 No. 97 (Long) (Super Long) T[...]

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    19 English ACCESSORIES WARNING: ALWAYS use Only authorized HITACHI replacement parts and accessories[...]

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    20 Français INFORMATIONS IMPORTANTES DE SÉCURITÉ Lire et comprendre toutes les précautions de s?[...]

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    21 Français SECURITE REGLES GENERALE DE SECURITE AVERTISSEMENT: Lire et coxmprendre toutes les inst[...]

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    22 Français (2) S’habiller correctement. Ne pas porter des vêtements larges ou des bijoux. Attac[...]

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    23 Français (2) Lors de la réparation d’un outil, utiliser uniquement des pièces de rechange id[...]

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    24 Français 11. Maintenir toutes les vis, tous les boulons et les couvercles fermement en place. Ma[...]

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    25 Français 22. Cette machine utilise un moteur à puissance élevée. Si la machine est utilisée [...]

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    26 Français DESCRIPTION FONCTIONNELLE REMARQUE: Les informations contenues dans ce mode d’emploi [...]

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    27 Français ASSEMBLAGE ET FONCTIONNEMENT APPLICATIONS 䡬 Coupe de différentes sortes de bois de c[...]

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    28 Français 6. Remplacement des lames (1) Ouvrir le levier jusqu’à la butée. (Fig. 3-I) (2) Ret[...]

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    29 Français (2) Pour les matériaux durs, tels que plaques d’acier, etc., réduire le fonctionnem[...]

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    30 Français 13. Allumer la lampe PRECAUTION: Ne fixez pas la lumière ou la source de lumière dire[...]

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    31 Français 3. Coupe d’un cercle ou d’un arc circulaire Le guide est également utile pour la c[...]

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    32 Français AU SUJET DU DECOUPAGE DE PLAQUES EN ACIER INOXYDABLE Avec la lame No. 97, il sera possi[...]

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    33 Français RANGEMENT DES LAMES DE LA CLÉ ALLEN 䡬 Il est possible de ranger la clé allen dans l[...]

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    34 Français ENTRETIEN ET INSPECTION AVERTISSEMENT: S’assurer de mettre l’interrupteur d’alime[...]

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    35 Français No. 1 No.1 No. 11 No. 12 No. 15 No. 16 No. 21 No. 22 No. 41 No. 97 (Long) (Super Long) [...]

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    36 Français ACCESSOIRES AVERTISSEMENT: TOUJOURS utiliser UNIQUEMENT des pièces de rechange et des [...]

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    37 Español INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE SOBRE SEGURIDAD Antes de utilizar o de realizar cualquier trabaj[...]

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    38 Español SEGURIDAD NORMAS GENERALES DE SEGURIDAD ADVERTENCIA: Lea y entienda todas las instruccio[...]

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    39 Español (2) Vístase adecuadamente. No utilice ropa floja ni joyas. Si tiene pelo largo, recója[...]

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    40 Español (2) Para el servicio de mantenimiento o reparación de una herramienta, utilice solament[...]

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    41 Español 11. Mantenga todos los tornillos, pernos, y cubiertas firmemente fijados en su lugar. Ma[...]

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    42 Español 22. Esta máquina emplea un motor de gran potencia. Si la utiliza continuamente a baja v[...]

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    43 Español AISLAMIENTO DOBLE PARA OFRECER UNA OPERACIÓN MÁS SEGURA Para garantizar una operación[...]

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    44 Español ESPECIFICACIONES DESCRIPCIÓN FUNCIONAL NOTA: La información contenida en este Manual d[...]

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    45 Español MONT AJE Y OPERACIÓN APLICACIONES  Cortar diversas maderas útiles y recorte interio[...]

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    46 Español 6. Cambio de las cuchillas (1) Abra la palanca hacia arriba, hasta el tope. (Fig. 3-I) ([...]

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    47 Español (2) Para materiales duros como por ejemplo, chapas de acero, etc., disminuir el funciona[...]

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    48 Español 13. Encendido de la lámpara PRECAUCIÓN: No mire directamente a la luz ni a la fuente d[...]

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    49 Español 3. Cortar en circulo o un arco circular La guía también podrá ser útil para el corte[...]

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    50 Español SOBRE EL CORTE DE CHAPAS DE ACERO INOXIDABLE Cuando utilice la cuchilla núm. 97, podrá[...]

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    51 Español ALOJAMIENTO DE LA LLAVE ALLEN  Es posible alojar la llave allen en la base (consulte [...]

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    52 Español MANTENIMIENTO E INSPECCIÓN ADVERTENCIA: Antes de realizar el mantenimiento o la inspecc[...]

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    53 Español Tabla 1 Lista de cuchillas apropiadas NOTA:  El radio mínimo de corte de las cuchill[...]

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    54 Español ACCESORIOS ADVERTENCIA: UTILICE únicamente repuestos y accesorios autorizados por HITAC[...]

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    55 CJ110MV Item No. Part Name Q’TY 1 HOUSING (A).(B) SET 1 2 SUPPORT (B) 1 3 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD[...]

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    56 CJ110MVA Item No. Part Name Q’TY 1 HOUSING (A).(B) SET 1 2 SUPPORT (B) 1 3 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOAR[...]

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    WARNING: Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construc- tion ac[...]