User Manual Craftsman CMXEMAX69434501 10-in 15-Amp Single Bevel Sliding Corded Miter Saw

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User manual Corded Miter Saw

Part of Corded Miter Saw

Components

  1. Switch handle
  2. Carbon brush cap
  3. Lower blade guard
  4. Saw blade
  5. Miter table
  6. Base
  7. Dust duct inlet
  8. Table insert
  9. Miter lock handle
  10. Miter latch lever
  11. Leveling foot
  12. Miter scale pointer
  13. Miter scale
  14. Mounting hole
  15. Cut stop
  16. Wrench
  17. Sliding fence
  18. Workpiece clamp
  19. Bevel scale
  20. Bevel scale pointer
  21. Head lock pin
  22. Slide bar
  23. Dust bag
  24. Carrying handle
  25. Upper blade guard
  26. Trigger switch
  27. Precision blade guide systems ON/OFF switch
  28. Depth adjustment knob
  29. Extension table
  30. Slide lock knob
  31. Lock button
  32. Bevel lock knob
  33. Extension rail lock knob
  34. Hand hold
  35. Fence
  36. Detent override
  37. Depth stop
  38. Motor
  39. Arbor lock
  40. Safety lock button

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

The safe use of this product requires an understanding of the information on the tool and in this operator’s manual as well as a knowledge of the project you are attempting. Before use of this product, familiarize yourself with all operating features and safety rules.

Blade: A 10 in. (254 mm) blade is included with your miter saw. It will cut materials up to 12 in. (304.8 mm) wide, depending upon the angle at which the cut is being made. Carrying Handle: For convenience when carrying or transporting the miter saw from one place to another, a carrying handle has been provided on top of the saw arm. To transport, turn oV and unplug the saw, then lower the saw arm and lock it in the down position by depressing the head lock pin towards the saw housing.

NOTICE: DO NOT perform any cutting operation with the saw in the locked position.

Depth Stop: The depth stop allows the depth of cut of the blade to be limited. The depth stop is useful for applications such as grooving and tall vertical cuts.

Bevel Lock Knob: The bevel lock knob securely locks your compound miter saw at desired bevel angles. two positive stop adjustment screw have been provided on back of the saw.

These adjustment screws are for making łne adjustments at 0° . Miter Lock Handle: The miter lock handle securely locks the saw at desired miter angles. Tighten the handle to lock the saw in place. To release the saw, loosen the handle and squeeze the miter latch lever.

Miter Scale: The miter scale has nine index points provides at 0°, 15°, 22.5°, 31.6°, 45° (left) and 0°, 15°, 22.5°, 31.6°, 45°, 60° (right).

Bevel Scale: The bevel scale has index points provided at 0°, 22.5°, 33.6° and 45° left.

Lower Blade Guard: The lower blade guard is made of shock resistant, see-through plastic that provides protection from each side of the blade. It retracts over the upper blade guard as the saw is lowered into the workpiece.

Slide Bar: When unlocked, the saw arm will glide forward and backward the length of the slide bar for cutting various workpiece widths.

Sliding Fence: The sliding fence provided with this saw help hold the work piece securely when making most cuts. The sliding feature allows for clearance of the saw blade when making bevel or compound cuts. Some cuts may require that the sliding fence be removed completely to avoid interference between the fence and the blade.

Arbor Lock: A arbor lock has been provided for locking the arbor (keeping the saw blade from turning). Depress and hold the lock pin only while installing, changing, or removing the saw blade.

Slide Lock Knob: The slide lock knob locks and unlocks the sliding feature of this tool.

Workpiece Clamp: The workpiece clamp is mounted on the left or right base to securely clamp the workpiece.

Base: Supports the table, holds accessories and allows for workbench or leg set mounting.

Mounting Holes: To mount the miter saw to a stable surface. Trigger Switch: To start the tool, squeeze the trigger. Release the trigger to turn oV the miter saw.

Detent Override: allows the miter table to move freely to any desired angle. With the miter lock handle 1 loosened and the miter latch lever 2 squeezed (step. 1), pull the detent override

3 up (step. 2) and release the miter latch lever 2 (step. 3) to bypass the positive stops on the miter scale. To release the detent override and allow the miter table to engage the

positive stops, squeeze and release the miter latch lever 2 .

Head Lock Pin: Locks the miter saw in the lowered position for storage and transportation.

Switch Handle: The switch handle contains the trigger switch. The blade is lowered into the workpiece by pushing down on the handle. The saw will return to its upright position when the handle is released.

Wrench: One end of the wrench is a hex wrench and the other end is a cross screwdriver. It is used for changing the blade.

The storage area for the wrench is located in the rear of base. Wrench Storage: Convenient storage to prevent misplacing the wrench.

Arbor: The arbor on which a blade is mounted

Arbor Lock: Allows the user to stop the blade from rotating while tightening or loosening the arbor bolt during blade replacement or removal.

Workpiece: The item being cut. The surfaces of a workpiece are commonly referred to as faces, ends and edges.

Table Insert: A plate inserted in the miter saw’s table that allows for blade clearance.

Non-through Cut: Any cutting operation where the blade does not extend completely through the thickness of the workpiece.

Through Sawing: Any cutting operation where the blade extends completely through the thickness of the workpiece. Bevel Cut: A cutting operation made with the blade at any angle other than 90° to the table surface.

Miter Cut: A cutting operation made with the work piece at any angle other than 90° to the blade.

Compound Cut: A crosscut made with both a miter angle and a bevel angle.

Freehand: Performing a cut without the workpiece being guided by a fence, miter gauge, or other aid.

LOOSE PARTS

The following items are included with your miter saw:

ASSEMBLY

Unpacking your miter saw

This product requires assembly.

Carefully lift saw from the carton by the carrying handle located at the top of the saw body, and place it on a level work surface.

CAUTION: This tool is heavy. To avoid back injury, lift with your legs, not your back, and get help when needed.

This saw has been shipped with the miter table 60° right & saw head 0° and the saw head secured in the down position.

To release the saw head, push down the switch handle and pull out the head lock pin.

Raise the saw head by the handle. Hand pressure should remain on the switch handle to prevent sudden rise upon release of the head lock pin.

Inspect the tool carefully to make sure that no breakage or damage occurred during shipping.

Do not discard the packing material until you have carefully inspected and satisfactorily operated the tool.

The saw is factory set for accurate cutting. After assembling it, check for accuracy. If shipping has influenced the settings, refer to specific procedures explained in this Operator’s Manual.

If any part is missing or damaged, do not attempt to assemble the miter saw, plug in the power cord, or turn the switch ON until the missing or damaged part is obtained and is installed correctly.

WARNING: The use of attachments or accessories not listed in this manual might be hazardous and could cause serious personal injury.

WARNING: Do not attempt to modify this tool or create accessories not recommended for use with this tool. Any such alteration or modiłcation is misuse, and could result in a hazardous condition leading to possible serious personal injury.

WARNING: Do not connect to the power supply until assembly is complete. Failure to comply could result in accidental starting and possible serious personal injury.

WARNING: Do not start the miter saw without checking for interference between the saw blade and the sliding fences. Damage could result to the blade if it strikes the sliding fence during operation of the saw.

WARNING: This saw can tip over if the saw head is released suddenly and the saw is not secured to a work surface. Always make sure the miter saw is securely mounted to a workbench or approved workstand. Failure to heed this warning can result in serious personal injury.

WARNING: Many of the illustrations in this manual show only portions of the miter saw. This is intentional so that we can clearly show points being made in the illustrations. Never operate the saw without all guards securely in place and in good operating condition.

Unlocking and locking the saw head (Fig. 5a-5c)

Unlocking the saw head:

To raise the saw head from its storage transport position.

Firmly grasp the switch handle and apply downward pressure while at the same time pulling the head lock pin 1 .

Slowly raise the saw head to the up position.

Locking the saw head:

When transporting or storing the miter saw, the saw head should always be locked in the down position.

Firmly grasp the switch handle and push the saw head down to its lowest position.

Push the head lock pin 1 into the locking hole and check that the head lock knob is locked in place by turning the knob clockwise.

CAUTION: To avoid injury and damage to the saw, transport and store the miter saw with the saw head locked in the down position. Never use the head lock pin to hold the saw head in a down position for cutting operations.

NOTICE: To avoid damage, never carry the miter saw by the blade guard, power cord, miter lock handle or saw head. ALWAYS use the designated carrying handle 2 located on the top of the saw body or the hand holds 3 on each side underneath of the base (Fig. 4b)

Loosen the miter lock handle 4 by turning it counter- clockwise and squeeze the miter latch lever 5 , move the table to 0°, release the miter latch lever 5 tighten the miter lock handle 4 .

Mounting the miter saw (Fig. 6a-6c)

WARNING: To avoid injury from unexpected saw movement:

Disconnect the power cord from the outlet and lock the saw head in the lower position using the head lock pin.

Lock the slide bars in place by tightening slide lock knob.

To avoid back injury, lift the saw by using designated carrying handle located on the top of the saw head or the hand holds on each side underneath of the base.

Never carry the miter saw by the blade guard, power cord, miter lock hand or saw arm. Carrying the tool by the plug cable could cause damage to the insulation or wire connections resulting in electric shock or łre.

To avoid injury from flying debris, do not allow visitors to stand near the saw during any cutting operations.

WARNING: Before starting any cutting operation, clamp or bolt your miter saw to a workbench or an approved miter saw stand. If a miter saw stand is used, read operator’s manual and follow the instructions for the miter saw stand. Never operate your miter saw on the łoor or in a crouched position. Failure to heed this warning can result in serious personal injury.

Mounting instructions (Fig. 6a-6b):

For stationary use, place the saw in the desired location, directly on a workbench where there is room for handling and proper support of the workpiece. The base of the saw has four mounting holes 1 (Fig. 6a). Bolt the base of the miter saw to the work surface, using the recommended fastening method as shown in Fig. 6b.

NOTICE: Mounting hardware is not included with this tool. Bolts, nuts, washers and screws must be purchased separately.