Defender Security U 9810 Sliding Window Lock Tamper Resistant Aluminum

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Sliding Window Lock
Tamper-resistant
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Hex Wrench
Included

Sliding Window Lock (Tamper-resistant)
U-9810 (Aluminum)
U-9811 (Black)
U-9812 (White)
Bottom Track
Side Track Top Track
TO INSTALL: Close movable panel. Attach lock to track edge,
behind movable panel. Application may be on vertical or
horizontal track. Insert 1/8″ hex wrench (included) into screw
and tighten by turning clockwise. For venting position, locate
lock approximately 2″ from back of closed position and
tighten thumb screw.

Schwinn SW76193-4 Brake and Derailleur Cable Repair Set

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SCHWINN®
Bike Cable Ki~ Instructions
Model #: SW76193-4
Parts: ·th SIS
1. Two 2 double ended ge~r) cables w1 rear
. (Index compatible) housing – 1 fro~t, ~ using
2. Two double ended brake cables with o
3. Eight ferrules
4_ Four cable end caps
Tools
1 Bike stand or assistant
2. Look at nut and bolts on your brakes.
· W hes may be: 4mm or 5mm hex wrench /
renc 6″ d. ·t bl h Bmm, 9mm, 1 Qmm box wrench / a JUS, a e wrenc
3. Sharp diagonal pliers or cable cutter
4. Awl or ice pick
5. “Third hand” brake tool or an assistant
6. White lithium grease
Gear Cable Installation . .
Note: Both front and rear derailleur use springs and cable
tension. The spring moves the derailleur as the cable tension
is deceased.
The cable moves the derailleur in the opposite direction as
cable tension is increased. There are usually two limit screws
that stop the derailleur form moving to far either direction.
1. Before loosening any gear cables, turn handle bars as until they
are close to the top tube. If the cables are tight you will need to
increase the length of the housing.
2. Move shift levers until both front and rear derailleur cables ·are
not under tension.
3. Loosen cables (gear wires) on both front and rear
derailleurs (shifters).
4. Remove gear cab/es. The short..ene is-the front cable.
The longer one is the rear derailleur cable.
5. Match the cable heads. Then cut off the non-matching head.
6. Lay the able housing on a flat surface and lay the new housing
next to it. If the cables were tight when the handle bars were
turned in step # 1 hold cable to bike and add length.
7. Use an awl or ice pick to open cable housing ends.
8. Route gear housing like originals.
9. Add ferrules per originals.
10. ·Lightly grease cable (gear wires) and insert them in housing.
11. Pull cable to cable anchor bolt. Make sure derailleurs are in
most relaxed position. Tighten cables.
12. Front derailleur – either suspend the bike or have a friend hold
the rear wheel up. Turn the pedals and move the front shift
lever. Front derailleurs can be either shift small to big chain
wheel or big to small chain wheels. Watch the cage on the front
chain wheels. Either way the limit screws determine how far the
cage will move. Push on the cage to determine which way it
moves. It will move in that direction when’tension is applied to
the cable.
Rear derailteur – with bike still suspended or rear wheel held up
move rear shift lever to relaxed position. The chain should be ·
on the smallest outside cog. If it is on next inner cog, loosen
limit screw with wheel turning until chain moves on to
smallest cog.
13. With the pedals turning move both shift levers one at time.
The chain must not fall off the small or big chain wheels. The
chain must not bypass the biggest rear cog and go into the
spokes or fall off the smallest outer cog. There may be some
minor chain rub when the chain is in maximum cross-ave~ .
position. The best solution is to select another gear combination.
14. The cable should be tight enough not to dip. There will be
housing compression. The cable tension will need to be
adjusted several times.
15. Use cable cutters or diagonal pliers to trim excess gear c~ble.
Leave 1 ½” of extra cable. Crimp on cable end cap with pilers.
SCHWINN®
Bike Cable Kit Instructions .
Model #: SW76193-4 continued …
Front and Rear brakes
1. Before loosening any brake cables, turn handle bars as until
they are close to the top tube. If the cables are tight you will
need to increase the length of the housing.
2. Brakes use springs to open and cables (brake wires) to close.
3. Loosen cables (brake Wires) on both front and rear
brakes (shifters).
4. Remove brake cables. The short one is the front cable. The
longer one is the rear derailleur cable.
5. Match the cable heads. Then cut off the non-matching head.
6. Lay the cable housing on a flat surface and lay the new housing
next to it. If the cables were tight when the handle bars were
turned in step #1 hold cable to bike and add length.
7. Use an Awl or ice pick to open cable housing ends.
8. Route brake housing like originals.
9. Add ferrules per originals.
1 o. Lightly grease cable (brake wires) and insert them in housing.
11. Pull cable to cable anchor bolt. Make sure brakes are in most
relaxed position. Squeeze brake calipers to make sure they
open easily.
12. Squeeze brake arms until brake shoes touch rims. Use third
hand brake tool or have your assistant hold brake arms.
13. Tighten cable at anchor bolt.
14. Squeeze brake lever. The brake shoes should be close but not
touch the rim. Re-adjust cable as necessary.
15. Cable housing will compress under normal use. Check brake
adjustment often.
16. Make sure the brake shoes do not rub on tire.
17. Use cable cutters or diagonal pliers to trim excess brake cable.
Leave 1 ½- of extra cable. Crimp on cable end cap with pliers.

Remington R4000 Series Electric Rotary Shaver pr1335 pr1340 pr1360 pr1385

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Remington Guarantees Satisfaction After 30 Daysi
Remington Men’s Shave and Groom 60-Day Money Back Guarantee*
rt within 60 days after purchasing any Remington® brand Men’s Shave and
Groom product. you are not completely satisfied and would like a refund, return
it with the original dated sales receipt directly to Remington and receive a full
refund. – For questions concerning the money-back guarantee, please call
800-736-4648 in the US.
·Applies to US customers· returns only.
-renns and conditions apply.
Tenns and Conditions
1. Refund will be in the form of a check issued in US Dollars and will be provided only
if all Terms and Conditions are met.
2. The following items must be returned to Remington and postmarked no later than
60 days after purchase of the Remington® brand Men’s Shave and Groom product:
a. The Remington® product;
b. The original sales receipt indicating price and date purchased; and
c. The completed 60-day money back guarantee form located at
RemingtonProducts.com/60day.
3. In addition, Remington, in its discretion, must determine that the returned product
was used in accordance with the instruction booklet (included with the product at
the time of purchase).
4. Returns should be mailed prepaid (no collect returns accepted) to:
Remington 60-Day MBG
507 Stokely Drive, Box 1
DeForest, WI 53532
5. Refund does not include postage costs for the return of the product, but will include
applicable taxes paid by customer, if any.
6. No responsibility will be accepted for late, lost, stolen, misdirected or damaged
product
7. Please allow 4-6 weeks to receive your refund by check.
Questions or comments: Call 800-736-4648 in the US.
Or visrt RemingtonProducts.com
Dist by: Spectrum Brands, Inc., Middleton, WI 53562
Remington is a trademark of Spectrum Brands, Inc. AU other marks are the property
of their respective owners.
© 2016 Spectrum Brands, Inc. 9/16 16137-00
Made in China T22-ooo4634-A
Contains a listed adaptor.
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REMINGTON® I
POWER
series
and
thium
POWER series
Use and Care Guide
PR1335, PR1340,
PR1360,PR1385
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, IMPORTANT SAFm.·., · ·
_,·: .. INSTRUCTIONS. ~,, .·-. :
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be observed,
including the following. Read all instructions before using this shaver.
DANGER
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, CAREFULLY FOLLOW
THESE INSTRUCTIONS:
• For connection of the power supply unit to a power source not in the U.S.A. and
Canada, use an attachment plug adaptor of the proper configuration for the
power outlet.
• Do not reach for a plugged in appliance that has fallen into water. Unplug it
immediately.
• Do not use while bathing or in the shower (PR1335, PR1340, PR1360). Model
PR1385 may be used in the shower.
• Model PR1 335 can only be used in dry conditions. Do not rinse under the faucet
to clean.
• Models PR1340 and PR1360 can only be used in dry conditions. The cutting
head can be rinsed under the faucet for cleaning.
• Model PR1385 can be used wet or dry. The shaver can be used in the shower
and rlnsed under the faucet for cleaning.
• Detach the appliance from the power supply cord before cleaning.
• Do not submerge in water.
• Do not place or store this appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub
or sink. Do not place or drop into water or other liquid.
• Except when charging, always unplug this appliance from the electrical outlet
immediately after using.
• Unplug this appliance before cleaning.
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
• An appliance should never be left unattended when it’s plugged in, except when
charging a rechargeable appliance.
• Close supervision is necessary when this appliance is used by, on, or near
children, or individuals with certain disabilities or special needs.
• Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this manual.
Do not use attachments not recommended by the manufacturer.
• Never operate this appliance if it has a damaged cord or plug or if it is not
working properly, if it has been dropped or damaged, or if it has been dropped
into water.
• Keep the cord away from heated surfaces.
• Never drop or insert any object into any of the appliance’s openings.
• Household use only.
• Do not use outdoors or operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used
or where oxygen is being administered.
• Always attach the plug to the appliance, then to outlet. To disconnect, tum all
controls to OFF, then remove plug from outlet.
• Always pull on cord plug to unplug from wall socket. Never pull on electric cord.
• Do not plug or unplug this appliance when your hands are wet. r
• Do not use an extension cord or a voltage converter with this appliance.
• Do not wrap the cord around the appliance. .
• Always store this appliance and cord in a moisture-free area. Do not store it in
temperatures exceeding 140°F (60°C). ~
• Detach removable power cords from appliance for storage.
• Do not use this appliance with a damaged or broken head or cutters, as facial
injury may occur.
• The power unit is intended to be correctly oriented in a vertical or floor mount
position.
• Shavers, including the trimmer, are for use on facial hair only. They should not
be used for shaving the hair on Y,OUr head or any other part pf yo~r body.
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Product Features
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SHAVER PARTS
1. PowerFlex 360° Pivoting 5. Charging indicator
head and cutter assembly 6. Power port
2. Head release button 7. Pop-up Trimmer
3. Precision Plus Heads 8. Power adaptor
4. On/Off push button 9. Charge stand (PR1385)
Product may vary slightly from what is illustrated. a
Which Model Is Yours?
FEATURE PR1335
POWER SYSTEM cordless
FULL CHARGE TIME 16 hrs.
CORDLESS SHAVE TIME* 40min.
WATER RESISTANCE Dry
QUICK CHARGE no
INDICATORS charging
VOLTAGE TYPE worldwide
REPLACEMENT PART SPR-PR13 NO.
*Some shave times vary by version of each
model.
To identify your model, refer to the packaging
or on the back of the shaver.
Power System
Cordless – shaver can only be used
without the power cord.
Cord/Cordless – Shaver can be used
with or without the power cord.
Water Resistance
Ory – Shaver can only be used dry. Can
be cleaned with cleaning brush.
Washable – Shaver can only be used
dry. Can be cleaned by rinsing under
running water.
Wet/Ory- Shaver can be used in the
shower and with shaving gels. can be
cleaned by rinsing under running water.
Quic~ Charge
Shaver will charge long enough for one
shave in 5 minutes. ·
PR1340 PR1360 PR1385
cordless cocrodrleds/ s cordless
4 hrs. 90 min. 90min.
50min. 60 min. 60 min.
Washable Washable Wet/Dry
no yes yes
charging 3 stage LED 3 stage LED
worldwide worldwide worldwide
SPR-PR13 SPR-PR13 SPR-PR13
Indicators
Charging Indicator- PR1335
• Green LED light will glow solid
during charging. Full Charge wnt–take
up to 16 hours. No indication ·
of full charge.
Charging Indicator- PR1340
• Green LED light will glow solid
during charging. LED-light will tum
off at full charge.
3 Stage LED-PR1360, PR1385
• Blinks rapidly to signal low battery.
• Slowly flashes to signal charging.
. • Solid green when fully charged,
then turns of;f afl:er 5 minutes.
Voltage Type
· Wor1dwide Voltage – Shaver
automatically adcij)ts to an outlet
voltage between tOOV and 240V.
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Charging
: 0 .24. 0
0) • HOURS • J • •
: 0
Before using, read the important safety instructions in front of the manual.
1. Plug power adaptor into shaver. (Diagram A)
2. Plug adaptor into wall outlet. (Diagram B)
3. Charge shaver for 24 hours before it~ fir,st use. Note: P,uring initial charge ignore
the electronic indicators as they are ,n start up cycle . (Diagram C)
4. For future charge times, see full charge time for your model on page 5.
5. Use shaver until recharge is required.
For shavers equipped with a quick charge:
A 5 minute quick charge will allow for 3 minutes of shaving.
NOTE: Only model PR1360 can be used when the shaver is plugged into the adapter.
CAUTION!
• Make sure the shaver and your hands are dry when charging the shaver.
• Always charge the shaver in a cool, dry place.
Shaving ·. ·;
1. Press power button to turn on. (Diagram D) C ~
2. Shave face and neck using short, circular \ r ;;;;:
strokes. (Diagram E) ~
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Trim
-~~ 1. Pull trimmer release button to engage trimmer. (Diagram F)
2. Tnm long, d1ff1cult hairs and side burns. (Diagram G)
3· Close trimmer by pressing down. (Diagram H)
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Shaving Tips (Dry)
• Wait at least 15 minutes after getting up before shaving, to ensure your face is
free of puffiness that may be present from sleeping.
• Ensure your skin is dry and free of oils. Try using Remin~on’s FaceSaver
pre-shave powder to help the shaver glide across the skin.
• Always hold the shaver at a right angle to the skin so that all three heads are
touching the skin with equal pressure.
• Stretch skin with the free hand so hairs stand upright, making it easier for them
to enter the cutting chamber.
• Use moderate to slow circular stroking movement.
• The use of short circular motions in stubborn areas may obtain a closer shave,
especially along the neck and chin line.
• Do not press hard against the skin in order to avoid damage to the rotary heads.
We recommend that you use your new shaver daily for up to four weeks to
allow time for your hair and skin to become accustomed to the
new shaving system.
Shaving Tips With Gel or Foam (In Shower or Over the Sink)
NOTE: FOR MODEL PR1385 ONLY.
We recommend that you use the shaver in the shower for optimal performance.
NOTE: In order to ensure optimal performance, thoroughly rinse the shaver
head under water during and after shaving.
1. Apply water to face and neck area.
2. Apply shave gel or foam to applicable shaving area.
3. Rinse shaver head under water.
4. Shave face and neck using short, circular strokes.
5. Throughout the shave, regularly rinse shaver head under water to avoid residue
build up.
6. Wh~n finished shaving, rinse face.
7. Thoroughly rinse shaver head of all gel or foam.
8. Follow cleaning and care instructions located on p~ge 8.
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Cleaning and Care .-
~ For washable models ONLY. The head t,, assembly part may be cleaned under wann water.
NOTE: When cleaning your shaver, make sure the shaver is turned off
and disconnected from the power cord.
CAUTION!
• To clean the external surfaces of the shaver, use a damp cloth. Do not use strong
detergents or other chemicals.
• To dry, wipe the surface of the shaver with a dry towel. Do not use a hair dryer
or heater to dry the shaver.
Daily: D. I)
1. Press the release button on front of shaver and open head assembly. ( iagram
2. Tap out excess hair shavings. (Diagram J) .
3. Rinse the head of the shaver in running water. NEVER submerge the shaver m
water!
4. Leave head open for drying.
5. Snap head closed before using the shaver again. (Diagram K)
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weekly:
1. Perform the daily cleaning steps 1 and 2.
2. Remove the c~ver from the hair pocket assembly. (Diagram L) Place the body of
the shaver aside to ensure that 1t will not get wet.
3. Slide the blue inner cutter carrier down to release it from the assembly.
(Diagram M)
4. Remove the inner cutter carrier away from the cutters.
5. Remove the cutters. (Diagram N)
6. Thoroughly rinse away any debris from inner and outer cutters. (Diagram O)
1. Replace the inner cutters. Match the hub colors of the inner and outer cutters
(Diagram P)
s. Place the inner cutter carrier back into position and lock into place. (Diagram Q)
9. Lubricate each cutter with household oil.
1 o. Align the spring hinge into the slot at the back of the hair pocket and press into
place. Snap the head assembly closed. (Diagram K)
Trimmer: Lubricate teeth with oil every six months
Product Disposal
When your rechargeable shaver reaches the end of its useful lite, the Lithium batteries
must be removed from the shaver and be recycled or q1sposed of_ properly
in accordance with your state and local requir~ments. If th1_s 1s not required by
law, you may elect to dispose of the shaver with the batteries.
To Remove the Rechargeable Battery:
1. Unplug the shaver.
2. Run shaver until motor stops. .
3. Remove head from shaver (Press release button and pull head straight away
from shaver body)
4. Using a small screwdriver pry front cover from shaver body.
5. Remove four screws located on front of shaver. .
6. Remove rear cover from inner housing to exp~ battenes.
7• Pry batteries free from circuit board and cut wires.
a. Dispose of batteries. . .
· f th f 11 ·ng types of rechargeable batteries: mckel metal
~%~ii:v1~ft-X~t5n~1~1°cad~i~~(~i-td) or Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) (see included battery
for indica ion of type). ST BE RECYCLED OR DISPOSED
CAUTION: ALLDARNEg~i1,r:}:Lf t~~~1f f A~r AND LOCAL REGULATIONS. DO
OF IN ACCOR LATE AS THE BATTERY MAY BURST OR RELEASE
NOT PUT IN ~~lgRD~iTJT SHbRT-CIRCUIT, AS THIS MAY CAUSE BURNS.
TOXIC MATE . . d artici ant in the EPA-approved Rechargeable
Spectrum Bran1. ds, t~,:i~e~~~~~M ~hichpcollects and recycles these batteries
Battery Recyc mg a !’fl h ‘ taken out of services in the United States or
~1~~~:~h~f ~i~t~~~6g~in~\;tvides a convenient alternative to placing used II
UFeP04 batteries into the trash or the municipal waste stream, which may be
illegal in your area. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY™ or visit www.call2recycle.org
for information on LiFeP04 battery recycling and disposal bans/restriction in yo_ur
area. Spectrum Brands, Inc: ‘s involvement in this_ program is part of our commitment
to preserving our environment and conserving our natural resources.
How To Order Shaver Accessories
Maintain your shaver’s peak performance!
Keep Your Shaver Perfonning like New!
• Because your satisfaction is important to us, we make it simple for you to keep
your new shaver performing at its peak.
• For the best possible shave, it is necessary to replace the heads and cutters on
your shaver every 12 months.
• Remington makes this easy!
Your shaver uses replacement part SPR-PR13.
Two Easy Ways to Order!
1. Call! U.S. Residents call 1-800-392-6544
2. Order Online at RemingtonProducts.com
It is very important to replace your head and cutters when necessary to ensure
a close, comfortable shave without irritation. We recommend they be replaced
every 12 months. Here are some signs of head and cutter wear, indicating that
replacement is needed:
• Irritation: As the heads get excessively worn you may experience some skin
irritation. This would be especially noticeable when you apply moisturizing lotion.
• Pulling: When the cutters wear you may feel a sense of pulling and a loss of
closeness when you shave. This is an indication that it is time to replace your
heads and cutters.
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warranty
Limited Two-Year Warranty
spectrum Brands, Inc. warrants this product_ against any d~f~cts that are due to faulty
material or workmanship for a two-year penod from the original date of consumer
purchase. This warranty does not include damage to the product resulting from
accident or misuse. If the product should become defective within the warranty
period, we will replace it free of charge. Return your product and sales receipt with
your name, address and day time phone number to: Remington Returns Center, 507
Stokely Dr., P.O. Box 1, Deforest, WI 53532. For more information call 800-736-4648
in the US.
Warranty excludes:
• Heads and cutters
KEEP ORIGINAL SALES RECEIPT AS PROOF OF PURCHASE FOR WARRANTY
PURPOSES.
This warranty does not cover products damaged by the following:
• Accident, misuse, abuse or alteration of the product
• Servicing by unauthorized persons
• Use with unauthorized accessories
• Connecting it to incorrect current and voltage
• Wrapping cord around appliance causing premature wear and breakage
• Any other conditions beyond our control
SPECTRUM BRANDS, INC. SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS
PRODUCT. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF FITNESS AND MERCHANTABILITY, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO
TWO YEARS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state or province to province. Some states do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental, special or consequential damages.
Performance Guarantee
Spectrum Brands, Inc. Money-back Offer
If within 30 days after you have purchased your Remington® branded product, you
are not satisfied and would like a refund, return it with the sales slip indicating
purchase price and date of purchase to the retailer from whom it was purchased.
Spectrum Brands, Inc. will reimburse all retailers who accept the product within 30
days from the date of purchase. If you have any questions concerning the moneyback
guarantee, please call 800-736-4648 in the US. m

Quickload Replacement Auto feed Spool for Black and Decker Trimmers

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could write a 5-star review.
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Please contact us directly at
support@missioncables.com
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1. Log into Amazon.com
2. Under the “Your Account” tab,
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3. Scroll down until you see this product,
and then select “Write a product review”
© Mission Cables, LLC. www.missioncables.com MC28v1
Thank you
for purchasing
Quickload™ Spool for
Black & Decker Trimmers
Instructions Inside
— MISSION CABLES
How to load the Quickload™ spool
lii+II
Disconnect the trimmer power
source.
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Release the tabs as shown to
remove the cover and spring.
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Remove the empty spool.
Maintain tension on the line of
the new spool by holding it as
shown and pulling on the
end of the line.
Maintain the tension of the line around the spool while
completing the following steps 5 and 6.
a For an instructional video on how to load the Quickload™
spool please go to www.missioncables.com/quickloadvideos
Need further assistance? Email us at support@missioncables.com.
fih·fl
Insert the line from the new
spool through the eyelet in
the spool hub as shown.
fihil
Place spool into the hub, with
the MC logo side facing up.
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Press the spool down and
rotate until it drops into place.
iii§il
Snap cover and spring into
place. You are now ready to
use your trimmer. You will
hear the nylon line being ~ut .
automatically to the proper
length.
& WA~NING: Always wear eye protection. Uplug trimmer before
chc1rging, installing, or removal of spool. Read tool and spool instruction
mc1nuc1ls for additional safety precautions before using this spool.

BlueFire Wired Gaming Earphone Plextone g30 voice gaming headset

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manual BlueFire Wired Gaming Earphone Plextone g30 voice gaming headset

Full Text of Manual:L Left headset
2. Right headset
3. Detachable HD mic {bendable flexibly)
4. Multi-Function wire control {built-in HD mic)
5. 3.5mm 4-grade audio interface
6. 3.5mm 4-grade audio master
7. 3.5mm 3-grade audio/mic interface
FAQ
1. Q: Why there is no sound?
A:. Check whether the phone plug is fully inserted into 3.5mm socket of mobile or computer, and then
push up the volume key of multifunctional wire controller until your hear the sound.
2. Q: Why can’t the opposite side hear sound from my mic?
A:. Check the mic control key of multifunctional wire controller i,; fully pushed up.
3.Q: Whether voice talking can be realized when the master mic on earlap is
pulled off?
A:. Yes, as the hidden mic in wire controller will immediately start to continue to pick up sound.
4. Q: Howtocorrectlywearmemoryfoam?
A:. First pinch part of the memory foam to make its volume reduce before filling it into ear.
5. Q: How to correctly wear fin -type silica gel ear hook?
A:. After filling the headset into auditory canal, rotate the eartap on both sides 90 degrees toward rear
part of head to make “fin” completely filled into the external auricle. If your ears are small/large, just
replace with the ones of proper size.

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Package Content
> Plextone G30 gaming headset • 1
> Bullet silica gel ear muff (3 dimensions) • 6
> 3.5mm audio extension line • 1
> Computer audio patchcord • 1
> Headset storage bag • l
> Wire clip• 1
Requirements on USE environment
> Mobile with 3.5mm 4-grade audio interface (Android/I OS)
> Laptop with 3.5mm 4-grade audio interface
> PC with 3.5mm 3-grade audio/mic interface
Warranty
The guarantee period is 12 months. Artificial damage such as appearance damage, breakage
of wire by pulling, etc. are outside warranty. Please contact the seller or email to
support@plextone.com.cn, and we will provide guarantee service for you as soon as possible.
for Multi-Function wire control
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Masterforce 12 inch drill press

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Manual Masterforce 12 inch drill press.pdf

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@2017 Menard, Inc., Eau Claire, WI 54703 ‘
0912017
1211 Drill Press
{Variable Speed)
240-0065
(l•lhi65N;tiMMM41J
[ACAUTIONJ To Reduc·e The Risk Of Injury, User Must ReadAnG
Understc;md Operator’s Manual. Save These Instructions For Future
Reference.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Safety Symbols ……. …. ….. …………… · ····· ··· ·· · · ·· · ···· · · · · · ·· · ….. … … … Page 2
Safety Instructions ……………………………………… ………………….. Page 3
Overview ……………………………………….. · · ·· · · · · ·· …………………….. Page 7
Specifications ……………………………………………………. …………… Page 8
Assembly and Adjustments ……………………………………………….. Page 8
Operation …………………………………… : ………………………………….. Page 15
Maintenance .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. … . . . .. . ……. .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 17
Troubleshooting ·····························” ········································· Page 18
Accessories …………………………. ,………… ……. ………. ……. …… … . Page 21
Warranty …….. …………………………………………………………………. Page 24
SAFETY SYMBOLS
Some_ of the following symbols may be used on your tool. Please study them and learn their
meaning. proper interpretation of these symbols will allow you to operate the tool better and safer.
—–r— — –~—– —— — Symbol i Designation / Explanation

Name
Volts
Amperes
Hertz
Watts
Alternating current
Direct current
No-load speed
Pounds
Per minute
Class II construction
Read the operator’s
Manual
Wear safety glasses
Wear respiratory
Protection
Wear hearing
Protection
Wear gloves
Warning symbol
! Voltage
/ Current
I Frequency (cycles per second)
! Power
Type of current
Type or characteristic of current
Rotational speed, at no load
: Weight
Revolutions, strokes, surface speed
orbits, etc. Per minute
Double-insulated construction
To reduce the risk of injury, read
and understand operator’s manual
Operation of power tool can result in
foreign objects being thrown into eyes
Use of this tool can generate dust
which may cause respiratory injury
Noise from this product
can contribute to hearing loss
Wear gloves to reduce risk of injury
Alerts user to warning messages
This Symbol Designates That This Tool ls Listed By Underwriters
Laboratories, To United States And Canadian Standards
This Symbol Designates That This Tool ls
Listed By Underwriters Laboratories
This Symbol Dsignates ~hat This Tool ls Lista~ By The lntertek
Testing Services, To United States And Canadian Standards
This Symbol Designates That This Tool ls Listed By The Canadian
Standards Association, To United States And Canadian Standards
This Symbol Designates That This !~’ Is Listed
By The Canadian Standards Assoc1at1on
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Is is to attract our attention to possible d_angers. The safety
The purpose of safety sym_bo ·th them deserve your careful attention and understanding.
symbols, and the _explanationi ~~emselv~s eliminate any danger. !he instructions and
The symbol warnings do not /n t s for propper accident prevention measures.
warnings they give are no su s I u e
1 AWARNING· i e to read and understand all safety insructlons In this
Be su~lert s mbols such as “DANGER” , “WARNING” and
manual, Including all safetyth· po.1er tool Failure to follow all instructions listed
“CAUTION” before using is ‘ I · I
below may ;esult in electric shock, fire and/or serious persona in ury.
SYMBOL MEANING
A_ SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL: _Indicates DANGER, v:’ARNING, OR CAUTION. H May be used in con1unt1on with other symbols or pictographs
,,,,,.ntrl§;I Failure to obey this warning WILL result In death or serious
injury to yourself or to others. Always follow the safety precautions to reduce the
risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury.
j & WARNING: i Failure to obey this safety warning CAN result in death or
serious injury to yourself or to others. Always follow the safety precautions to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury.
l A CAUTION: I Failure to obey this safety warning MAY. result In personal
injury to yourself or others or property damage. Always follow the safety
precautions to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL SAFTY RULES
Safety is a combination of common sense,
staying alert, and knowing how your bench drill
press works.
IA.WARNING:! TO AVOID MISTAKES
THAT COULD CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY, DO
NOT PLUG IN THE BENCH DRILL PRESS
UNTIL THE FOLLOWING STEPS HAVE BEEN
READ AND UNDERSTOOD.
1. READ and become familiar with this entire
instruction manual. LEARN the tool’s
applications, limitations, and possible hazards.
2. AVOID DANGEROUS CONDITIONS. DO
NOT use power tools in wet or damp areas or
expose them to rain. Keep work area well-lit.
3. DO NOT use power tools in the presence of
flammable liquids or gases.
4. ALWAYS keep your work area clean,
uncluttered, and well-lit. DO NOT work on floor
surfaces that are slippery with sawdust or wax.
5. KEEP BYSTANDERS AT A SAFE
DISTANCE FROM the work area, especially
when the tool is in operation. NEVER allow
children near the tool.
6. DO NOT FORCE THE TOOL to do a job for
which it was not designed.
7. DRESS FOR SAFETY. DO NOT wear loose
clothing, gloves, neckties, or jewellery (rings,
watches, etc.) when operating the tool.
Inappropriate items can get caught and draw you
into moving parts. ALWAYS wear non-slip
footwear, and tie back long hair.
8. WEAR A FACE MASK OR DUST MASK.
Drilling into materials produces dust.
9. ALWAYS remove the power cord plug from
the power supply outlet when making
adjustments, changing parts, cleaning, or working
on the tool.
10. AVOID ACCIDENTAL START-UPS. Make
sure that the power switch is in the OFF position
before plugging in the power cord.
11. REMOVE ADJUSTING TOOLS. ALWAYS
MAKE SURE all tools are removed from the
bench drill press before turning it ON.
12. NEVER LEAVE A RUNNING TOOL
UNATTENDED. Turn the power switch to OFF.
DO NOT leave the tool unattended until it has
come to a complete stop.
13. NEVER STAND ON A TOOL. Serious
injury could result if the tool tips or is
accidentally hit.
DO NOT store anything above or near the tool.
14. DO NOT OVERREACH. Keep proper
footing and balance at all times. Wear
oil-resistant rubber-soled footwear. Keep the
floor clear of oil, scrap, and other debris.
15. MAINTAIN TOOLS PROPERLY. ALWAYS
keep tools clean and in good working order.
Follow instructions for lubricating and changing
accessories. See Maintenance section.
16. DO NOT operate the tool if you are under
the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication
that could affect your ability to use the tool
properly.
17. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS. Check
for alignment of moving parts, jamming,
breakage, improper mounting, or any other
conditions that may affect the tool’s operation.
Any part that is damaged should be property
repaired or replaced before use.
18. MAKE THE WORKSHOP CHILDPROOF.
Use padlocks, master switches, and ALWAYS
remove starter keys.
IAWARNING:I DUSTGENERATED
FROM CERTAIN MATERIALS CAN BE
HAZARDOUS TO YOUR HEALTH. ALWAYS
OPERATE THE DRILL PRESS IN A
WELL-VENTILATED AREA. USE DUST
COLLECTION SYSTEMS WHENEVER
POSSIBLE.
ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION
_…~ . \’ti PR01te~
~vr ~
t~) ~l~~~
A bench drill press can throw foreign objects into
the eyes which could cause permanent eye
damage.
ALWAYS wear safety goggles (not glasses}.
Ordinary eyeglasses have only impact-resistant
lenses … they are NOT safety glasses.
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LASER SAFETY
Toe laser light beam used . th· system is Class in is t n
Ill These lasers do not normally presen a
o~tical hazard, although staring at the beam may
cause flash blindness.
I A, WARNING:\DO NOT sT~RE
DIRECTLY AT THE LASER BEAM. A
HAZARD MAY EXIST IF YOU DELIBERATEL y
STARE INTO THE BEAM, PLEASE OBSERVE
ALL SAFETY RULES AS FOLLOWS:
• THE LASER SHALL BE USED AND
MAINTAINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
• NEVER AIM THE BEAM AT ANY PERSON
OR AN OBJECT OTHER THAN THE
WORKPIECE.
• DO NOT PROJECT THE LASER BEAM
INTO THE EYES OF OTHERS.
• ALWAYS ENSURE THE LASER BEAM IS
AIMED AT A WORKPIECE THAT DOES NOT
POSSESS REFLECTIVE SURFACES, AS THE
LASER BEAM COULD BE PROJECTED INTO
YOUR EYES OR THE EYES OF OTHERS.
SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES FOR
BENCH DRILL PRESSES
I & WARNING: ~o NOT OPERATE
YOUR BENCH DRILL PRESS UNTIL IT IS .
COMPLETELY ASSEMBLED AND
INSTALLED ACCORDING TO THE
INSTRUCTIONS.
1. NEVER TURN THE BENCH DRILL PRESS
ON until the table is clear of all .foreign objects
(tools, scraps, etc.).
2. ALWAYS KEEP hands and finger~ away from
the drill bit.
3. DO NOT drill materials ~t do notbave a flat
surface-unless a suitable support is-used
(clamp or vise).
4. NEVER start the drill press with the drill bit
pressed against the work piece.
5. MAKE SURE the table lock is tightened
before starting the bench drill press.
6. NEVER layout, assemble, or set-up any work
on the table while the drill is ON.
7. MAKE SURE drill bit is securely locked in the
chuck.
8. MAKE SURE chuck key is removed from the
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chuck before turning power ON.
9. ADJUST the table or depth stop to avoid
drilling into the table.
10. ALWAYS stop the drill before removing
scrap pieces from the table.
11 . USE CLAMPS or a vise to secure a work
piece to the table. This will prevent the work
piece from rotating with the drill bit.
12. DO NOT wear gloves when operating a
drill press.
13. BEFORE LEAVING THE MACHINE, SHUT
THE POWER OFF, remove the drill bit and
clean the table.
14. SET THE DRILL PRESS to the speed that
is appropriate for the material being drilled.
15. SHOULD any part of your bench drill press
be missing, damaged, or any electrical
component fail to perform properly, shut the
power OFF and unplug the drill press. Replace
missing, damaged, or failed parts before
resuming operation.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
1. IN THE EVENT OF A MALFUNCTION OR
BREAKDOWN, grounding provid13s the path of
least resistance for electric current and reduces
the risk of electric shock. This tool is equipped
with an electric cord that has an equipment
grounding conductor and a g!ounding plug. The
Rlug MUST be plugged into a matching outlet that
IS prQPSrly installed and grounded in accordance
with ALL local codes and ordinances.
2. DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG. If the plug will
not fit the power supply outlet, have the proper
power supply outlet installed by a licensed
electrician.
3. IMPROPER CONNECTION of the equipment
grounding conductor can result in electric shock.
The conductor with the green insulation (with or
without yellow stripes) is the equipment
grounding conductor. If repair or replacement of
the electric cord or plug is necessary,
DO NOT connect the equipment grounding
conductor to a live terminal.
4. CHECK with a licensed electrician or service
personnel if you do not completely understand
the grounding instructions, or if you are not sure if
the tool is properly grounded.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1 • 3-prong plug 2 . Property grounded outlet
3 • Grounding prong
5. USE ONLY THREE-WIRE EXTENSION
CORDS that have 3-prong plugs and 3-prong
outlets that accept the tool’s plug as shown in Fig.
A. Repair or replace a damaged or worn cord
immediately.
\ A CAUTION: l1n all cases, make
certain the power supply outlet in question Is
properly grounded. If you are not sure, have
a licensed electrician check the power
supply outlet.
I A WARNING: ITHIS BENCH DRILL
PRESS IS FOR INDOOR USE ONLY. DO NOT
EXPOSE TO RAIN OR USE IN DAMP
LOCATIONS.
GUIDELINES FOR USING
EXTENSION CORDS
Make sure your extension cord is in good
condition. When using an extension cord, be sure
to use one heavy enough to carry the current your
product will draw. An undersized cord will cause a
drop in line voltage, and result in loss of power
and overheating. The table below shows the
correct size to use according to cord length and
nameplate ampere rating. If in doubt, use the next
heavier gauge. The smaller the gauge number,
the heavier the cord.
Minimum Gauge for Extension Cords (AWG)
Mor.llwl NotMcnThan 25′(7.em) 50′(15m) 100′(30.4m) j 150′(4S.7m)
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Make sure your extension cord is properly
wired and in good condition. Always replace a
damaged extension cord or have it repaired by
a qualified person before using it. Protect y~ur
extension cords from sharp obJects, excessive
heat and damp or wet areas.
Use a separate electrical circuit for you~ tools.
This circuit must not be less than #12 wire and
should be protected with a 15 A time-delayed
fuse. Before connecting the motor to the power
line, make sure the switch is in the OFF
position and the electric current is rated the
same as the current stamped on the motor
nameplate. Running at a low voltage will
damage the motor.
I A, WARNING: !THIS TOOL MUST BE
GROUNDED WHILE IN USE TO PROTECT
THE OPERATOR FROM ELECTRICAL
SHOCK.
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OVERVIEW
T
A Digital speed readout K ·crank handle
B Large ON/OFF switch L Golumh support
C Depth scale M Base
D Chuck N Table lock bolt
E Table 0 Bevel scale
F large, heavy-duty feed handles p Laser line ON/OFF switch
G Housing cover screw H a LED work light switch Housing cover R Support lock handle
I Column
J Rack
s Speed control handle
T Power cord
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SPECIFICATIONS
BENCH DRILL PRESS WITH LASER LINE
MODEL NO.:
MOTOR:
POWER:
SPEED:
SWING:
SPINDLE TAPER:
CHUCK CAPACITY:
QUILL DIAMETER:
STROKE:
CAPACITY:
TABLE TILT:
LASER:
WEIGHT:
RDM1603BNV
120V 60 Hz
550W, 4.6Amp
530-3100RPM
12″ (305mm)
JT3
1/32- 5/8″ (3–16 mm)
2 3/5″ (65 mm)
3 1/8″ (80 mm)
6″ (152 mm) (chuck to column)
19 1/2″ (495 mm) (chuck to base)
O to 45° left and right
Class 111 , transformer powered
77.8 lb (35 kg)
ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS
UNPACKING AND CLEANING
Unpack the bench drill press and all its parts, and compare against the list below. Do not discard the
carton or any packaging until the bench drill press is completely assembled.
To protect the bench drill press from moisture, a protective coating has been applied to the machined
surfaces. Remove this coating with a soft cloth moistened with kerosene. Do not use acetone, gasoline,
or lacquer thinner to clean. Apply a coat of paste wax to the table and column. Wipe all parts with a clean,
dry cloth.
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ASSEMBL y AND ADJUSTMENTS
A Head/motor assembly
B Column assembly and table
bracket
C Table
D Base
E Chuck
F Chuck key
G Table lock handle
ASSEMBLY
The column assembly (column, column support,
rack, rack collar, and table support bracket) must
be attached to the base. The table and table
support handles must be attached to the table
support bracket. The motor housing must be
attached to the column.
I A, WARNING: I IF ANY PART IS
MISSING OR DAMAGED, DO NOT PLUG THE
BENCH DRILL PRESS IN UNTIL THE
MISSING OR DAMAGED PART IS REPAIRED
OR REPLACED, AND ASSEMBLY IS
COMPLETE.
Tools needed for assembly
• Adjustable wrench
• Screwdriver
• Hammer and block of wood
Column assembly to base (Fig. 3)
1. Place the column tube (1) on the base (2),
aligning the column support holes to the ·base
holes.
2. Install a hex head bolt (3) in each column
support hole and tighten bolts using the
adjustable wrench.
Paa,9
H Hex head bolts (4)
I Table crank handle
J Hex keys (2)
K Feed and speed handles ( 4)
L LED bulb
M Table adjustment wrench
N Wedge
Table (Fig. 4) · ·
1. Place the cran~ handle (1) onto the shaft
(2) of the tat?le bracket so the flat of the shaft is
under the set screw (8). Tighten the set screw . –
ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS
Drill press head to column (Fig. 5)
I A CAUTIOt-,EJ The drill press head is
heavy. To avoid injury, two people should lift
It into position.
1. Carefully lift the drill press head assembly (1)
and position it over the column (2).
2. Place the mounting opening (3) on the drill
press head over the top of the column.
Ensure the drill press head is seated properly on
the column.
3. Align the direction of the drill press head with
the direction of the base and the table.
4. Tighten the set screw (4) using a hex key.
2
Feed handles (Fig. 6)
1. Insert the three feed handles (1) into the
threaded openings on the feed hub (2).
2. Manually tighten handles into openings.
Note: When using the bench drill press, one or
two of the feed handles may be removed if an
unusually-shaped workpiece interferes with
handle rotation.
Speed handle (Fig. 7)
1. Insert the feed handle (1) into the threaded
opening on the speed hub (2).
2. Manually tighten handle into opening.
Mount the bench drill press (Fig. 8)
The bench drill press must be securely fastened
through the mounting holes (1) to a stand or
workbench with heavy-duty fasteners. This will
prevent the bench drill press from tipping over,
sliding, or walking during operation.
IMPORTANT: If the stand or workbench has a
tendency to move during operation, ~asten the
workbench securely to the floor.
LED bulb (Fig. 9)
Insert the LED bulb (1) Into the socket (2) in the
motor head assembly.
Note: LED bulb can be replaced by any 120V SL
LED bulb if the original one runs out of its lifetime.
Install the replacement LED bulb the same way
you install the original one.
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[AyJARNING: I DISCONNECT THE
BENCH DRILL PRESS FROM THE POWER
SOURCE BEFORE INSTALLING, ADJUSTING,
OR REMOVING THE CHUCK.
To install the chuck (Fig. 10)
1. Inspect and clean the taper hole in the chuck
(1) and the spindle (2). Remove all grease,
coatings, and particles from the chuck and
spindle surfaces with a clean cloth.
2. Open the chuck jaws (3) by manually turning
the chuck barrel clockwise. Make sure the jaws
are completely recessed inside the chuck.
3. Insert the chuck arbor (4) into the oper:iing at
the top of the chuck ( 1 ).
4. Seat the chuck and chuck arbor on the spindle
by placing a block of wood (5; not included) under
the chuck (1) and tapping the wood with a
hammer (6; not included) or tap the .chuck with a
rubber mallet (not included).
! A CAUTION: ; To avoid damaging the
chuck, make sure the jaws are completely
recessed into the chuck. Do not use a metal
hammer to drive the chuck Into the spindle.
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2
To remove the chuck (Fig.11)
1. Turn the feed handles (1) to lower the chuck
(2) to the lowest position.
2. Place a ball joint separator (3; not included)
above the chuck and tap the separator lightly with
a hammer (4; not included) to cause the
chuck to drop from the spindle.
Note: To avoid possible damage to the drill or
chuck, be prepared to catch the chuck as it falls.
ADJUSTMENTS
To raise or ~ower the table (Fig. 12)
1 . Loosen the support lock handle ( 1) and turn
the crank handle (2) until the table is at the
desired height.
2. Tighten the table lock before drilling.
To rotate the table (Fig. 12)
1. Loosen the support lock handle (1) and turn
the table around the column to the desired
position.
Note: The rack should rotate around the column
with the table support bracket. ff the rack binds
and will not rotate, slightly loosen the set screw
ASSEMBLVANDADJUSTMENTS
in the rack collar.
2. Tighten the support lock before drilling.
To tilt the table (Fig. 13)
1 . Loosen the bevel lock bolt ( 1) with the table
adjustment wrench provided, or with a suitable
socket wrench.
2. Tilt the table to the desired angle, using the
bevel scale (2) as a basic guide.
3. Re-tighten the bevel lock bolt.
4. To return the table to its original horizontal
position, loosen the bevel lock bolt (1).
5. Realign the table to the 0° setting on the
bevel scale (2),
6. Tighten the bevel tock bolt with the wrench.
To Install drill bits (Fig. 14)
1. Place the chuck key (1) into the side keyhole
of the chuck (2), meshing the key with the gear
teeth.
2. Turn the chuck key counter-clockwise to open
the chuck jaws (3).
3. Insert a drill bit (4) into the chuck far enough
to obtain maximum gripping of the chuck jaws.
4. Centre the drill bit in the chuck jaws before
final tightening of the chuck.
5. Tighten the chuck jaws using the chuck key to
ensure that the drill bit will not slip while drilling.
6. Remove the chuck key.
! ,A, WARNING: ! To avoid damaging the
chuck, make sure the jaws are completely
recessed into the chuck. Do not use a metal
hammer to drive the chuck into the spindle.
To square the table to the drill bit (Fig. 15)
1. Insert a 3″ (7.6 cm) long drill bit (1) into the
chuck (2) and tighten the jaws with the chuck key.
2. Raise the table with the crank handle (3)
approximately 1″ (2.5 cm) below the drill bit.
3. Place a combination square (5) on the table
as shown, placing the long straight edge of the
combination square against the drill bit. Make
sure the drill bit is parallel or aligned exactly to the
straight edge of the square.
4. If an adjustment is needed, loosen the bevel
lock bolt (6) with a wrench.
5. Tilt the table slightly, until the combination
straight edge is aligned perfectly with the drill bit.
6. Tighten the bevel lock when square.
Note: Adjustments for the correct function of youc
bench drill press return spring have been done at
the factory. Please do not modify them. However,
prolonged use of the drill press may make some
readjustments necessary.
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ASSEMBL V AND ADJUSTMENTS
Laser line (Fig. 16 and 17)
IAWARNING:l DO NOT STARE
DIRECTLY AT THE LASER BEAM! A HAZARD
MAY EXIST IF YOU DELIBERATELY STARE
INTO THE BEAM, PLEASE OBSERVE ALL
SAFETY RULES: THE LASER SHALL BE
USED AND MAINTAINED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S
INSTRUCTIONS:
• NEVER AIM THE BEAM AT ANY PEBSGN
OR AN OBJECT OTHER THAN THE
WORKPIECE.
• DO NOT PROJECT THE LASER BEAM
INTO THE EYES OF OTHERS.
• ALWAYS ENSURE THE LASER BEAM ·IS
AIMED AT A WORKPIECE THAT DOES NOT
POSSESS REFLECTIVE SURFACES AS THE
LASER BEAM COULD BE PROJECTED INTO
YOUR EYES OR THE EYES OF OTHERS.
1. Place a workpiece on the table.
2. Tum the laser switch (1) to the ON position.
3. Lower the drill bit to meet the workpiece (2).
The two laser lines should cross where the drill
meets the workpiece.
4. If the laser needs to be adjusted:
P.aget3
. a. Using a 3 mm hex key, turn the laser
ad1ustment set screws (~) counter-clockwise.
b. Rot~te t~e laser light housing (4) until the
two la~er Imes intersect where the drill meets the
:no;~:1ece. DO NOT stare directly at the laser
5. Re-tighten the adjustment set screws (3).
Spindle return spring (Fig. 18)
The spindle is equipped with an auto-return
mechanism. The main components are a spring
and a notched housing. The spring was properly
adjusted at the factory and should not be
readjusted unless absolutely necessa1y1.
1. Unplug the drill press.
2. Place a screwdriverr into the loop m \ta hold
the spring in place. . .
3. Loosen me two t;ipusing nuts (2)
approximately
1/4″ (6 mm). Do not remove·the nuts from
the threaded shaft. Do npt allow the spring 3
or spring housing to slip out of control.
4. While firmly holding the spring housing (3),
carefully pull the spring housing out untii it clears
the raised notch (4).
5. Turn the housing so that the next notch (5) is
engaged with the raised notch (4).
• To increase the spindle return tension, turn the
spring housing counter-clockwise.
• To decrease the tension, turn the spring housing
clockwise.
6. Tighten the two housing nuts. Do not
overtighten the two nuts. If the nuts are tightened
too much, the movement of the spindle and feed
handles will become sluggish.
}
Angular “play” of the spindle (Fig. 19)
Move the spindle to the lowest downward position
and hold in place. Try to make the spindle revolve
around its axis while also moving it with a side
motion. If there is too much “play”, proceed as
follows:
1. Loosen·the lock nut (1 ).
2. Without obstructing the upward and
downward motion of the spindle, turn the screw
(2) clock-wise to eliminate the “play”.
Note: A little bit of “play” is normal.
3. Tighten the lock n~t (1).
To replace the belt (Fig. 20)
I A WARNING: I DISCONNECTTHE
BENCH DRILL PRESS FROM THE POWER
SOURCE BEFORE REPLACING THE BELT.
Belt tension and bench drill press speed is
controlled by automatic adjustments made to the
diameter of the front spindle when the drive
handle is moved.
Note: See page 17 for information on the variable
speed function of this bench drill press.
1. Remove the screw that secures the housing
cover (1). Open the housing cover.
~-. Remove the belt (2) from the housing cover if
it is broken. If it is not broken, but is too stretched
to operate correctly, work the belt off the drive
(motor) spindle (3). Then remove the belt from the
front spindle (4).
3. Replace the belt by putting a new belt over
the front spindle (4) and carefully sliding the belt
over the drive (motor) spindle (3).
I A WARNING: i DO NOT CHANGE THE
DRIVE SPEED WHEN THE BENCH DRILL
PRESS IS TURNED OFF.
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Bench Drill Press ON/OFF switch (Fig. 21)
1. To tum the drill press ON, insert the yellow
safety key (1) into the switch housing (2). As a
safety feature, the switch cannot be turned ON
without the safety key.
2. Flip the switch (3) upwards to the ON position.
3. To turn the drill press OFF, press the switch
downwards.
4. To lock the switch in the OFF position,
remove the safety key (1) from the switch. Store
the safety key in a safe place.
Light and laser Line ON/OFF switches (Fig.
21)
1. The light switch (4) is located below the
ON/OFF switch on the left.
2. The laser switch (5) is located below the
ON/OFF switch on the right.
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Position the table and workpiece (Fig. 22)
1. Always place a piece of backup material (1)
(wood, plywood, etc.) on the table underneath the
workpiece (2) . This will prevent splintering on the
underside of the workpiece as the drill bit breaks
through.
2. To keep the material from spinning out of
control, it must contact the left side (3) of the
column as illustrated, or be clamped (4; not
included) to the table.
Note: For small workpieces that cannot be
clamped to the table, use a drill press vise (not
included). The vise must be clamped or bolted to
the table to avoid injury.
GENERAL DRILLING GUIDELINES
IAWARNING: I TOPREVENTTHE
WORKPIECE AND THE BACKUP MATERIAL
FROM SLIPPING FROM YOUR HAND WHILE
DRILLING, POSITION WORKPIECE AND
BACKUP MATERIAL TO THE LEFT SIDE OF
THE COLUMN. IF THE WORKPIECE AND THE
BACKUP MATERIAL ARE NOT LONG
ENOUGH TO REACH THE COLUMN, CLAMP
WORKPIECE AND BACKUP MATERIAL TO
THE TABLE. FAILURE TO DO THIS COULD
RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURV.
To drill a hole:
1. Mark where. you want to drill in workpiece by
using a centre· punch or a sharp nail or tum ON
Laser Line to mark drilling point.
2. Before turning ON the bench drill press, tum
the feed handles ·to bring the drill bit down. Line
the drill bit tip up- with the mark. Clal’T!P the
workpiece in place,
3. Turn ON the bench drill press and pull down
on the feed handles with appropriate force
needed to allow the drill bit to drill material.
Note: FEEDING TOO SLOWLY might cause the
drill bit to turn in the chuck. FEEDING TOO
RAPIDLY might stop the motor, cause the belt to
slip, force the workpiece loose, or break the drill
bit. Practice with scrap material to get the feel of
the machine before attempting to do any drilling
operation.
OPERATION
To adjust drilling depth (Fig. 23)
The depth gauge controls the maximum distance
the drill bit will move up or down.
To stop the drill bit at a pre-measured depth:
1. Rotate the upper depth knob (2) until the
bottom of the knob is aligned with the desired
depth mark (5) on the gauge scale.
2. Rotate the depth scale lock knob (1) until it
meets the lower depth scale knob (2). The chuck
will stop after travelling downward to the selected
distance.
To adjust quill (return) height (Fig. 23)
To adjust the upward distance the quill (shaft that
moves up and down) can travel:
1. Turn the feed handles until the quill is at the
desired height and hold it there.
2. Rotate the lower depth knob (3) until it rests
against the bottom of the metal gauge support
(4).
DRILLING BLIND HOLES
Drilling an unmeasured blind hole (not all the way
through the workpiece) to a given depth can be
done two ways: using the depth scale method or
workpiece method.
Depth scale method (Fig. 24)
1. Make sure the o (” or mm) mark on the depth
gauge rests at the top edge of the metal support
(3) when the quill is fully retracted.
2. Put the workpiece on the table, and raise the
table until the tip of the drill bit just touches the top
of the workpiece. Lock the table in place.
3. Determine the drill depth for this workpiece.
4. Rotate the lower depth knob (2) until it is
aligned with the desired depth mark (4) (for
example, 1 “) on the gauge scale.
5. Rotate the upper depth lock knob (1) until it
meets the lower depth knob (2). The chuck will be
stopped at the distance selected on the depth
scale.
Workpiece method (Fig. 24 and 25)
1. Mark the desired depth (5) of the drill hole on
· the side of the workpiece.
2. With the bench drill press in the OFF position,
bring the drill bit (6) down until the tip is even with
the mark.
3. Holding the feed handles at this position,
rotate the lower depth knob (2) until it meets the
metal support.
4. Rotate the upper (1) depth scale lock knob
until it meets the lower knob (2). The chuck and
the drill bit will now be stopped at the distance
selected on the depth scale.
DRILLING SPEEDS
Important factors when determining the best
drilling speed:
• Material type
• Hole size
• Drill bit or cutter type
• Quality desired
Smaller drill bits require greater speed than large
drill bits. Softer materials require greater speed
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OPERATION
than harder materials . See right speadsheet ‘.0r
recommended speeds tor the workpiece matenal.
Mechanical variable speed (Fig. 26)
This is a variable speed bench drill press. To
increase or decrease the speed when operating,
raise or lower the speed handle ( 1 ).
Use the following table to determine the
recommended speed for the drill size you are
using and the type of material you are to drill.
While drilling, check the speed on the digital
speed readout (2) located at the front of the drill
press.
Recommended Soeed for Dill Size & Material
WOOD
ALUM ZINC
IRON STEEL
SPEED RANDE BRASS
(R.P.M.) in
2000-3100 318 7132 5,6 3132 2.4
1400-2000 518 16.0 11/32 8.75 5132 4,0
1000-1400 22.0 15132 12.0 1/4
800-1000 1-1 /4 31,75 11/16 17,5 3/8
530-800 1-518 3/4 5/8 16.0
MAINTENANCE
[AwARNIN-G: ! FOR YOUR OWN
SAFETY, TURN THE SWITCH OFF AND
REMOVE THE PLUG FROM THE POWER
SUPPLY BEFORE MAINTAINING OR
LUBRICATING THE BENCH DRILL PRESS.
Vacuum sawdust or metal shavings that
accumulates in and on the motor, pulley housing,
table, and work surface.
Apply a light coat of paste wax to the column and
table to help keep these surfaces clean and
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rust-tree.
The ball bearings in the spindle and the V-belt
pulley assembly are greased and pen:nanently
sealed. Pull the spindle _ down anc;t oil the spindle
sleeve moderately every three months.
Lubricate the table bracket and locking knobs if
they become difficult to use.
IACAUTION: !Auservlclngofthedrill
press should be pei:tormed by a qualified
service technician.
PROBLEM
Noisy operation.
The drill bit burns or
smokes.
Excessive drill
run-out
or wobble, drilled
hole
. is not round.
Drill bit binds in the
workpiece.
Spindle returns too
slowly or too quickly.
Chuck falls off
spindle.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY
1. Incorrect belt ten;ion. • Adjust the belt tension. See “To replace
the belt” in ADJUSTMENTS.
2. Dry spindle. • Lubricate the spindle. See MAINTENANCE
section.
3. Loose spindle pulley. • Tighten the retaining nut on the pulley
insert.
4. Loose motor pulley. • Tighten the set screw on the side of the
motor pulley.
1. Drilling at the incorrect • Change the speed. See “Variable speed”
speed. in OPERATION.
2. The wood chips are not • Retract the drill bit frequently to clear the
coming out of the hole. chips.
3. Dull drill bit. • Resharpen or replace the drill bit.
4. Feeding the workpiece • Feed fast enough to cut the workpiece.
too slowly. See “To drill a hole” in OPERATION.
5. Not lubricated. • Lubricate the drill bit with cutting oil or
motor oil.
1. Bent drill bit. • Replace the drill bit.
2. Bit improperly installed in • Reinstall the bit. See “To install drill bits” in
the chuck. ADJUSTMENTS.
3. Worn spindle bearings. • Replace bearings. Take to a qualified
service technician.
4. Lengths of cutting flutes • Resharpen the drill bit correctly or replace
– -or angles not appropriate for with the appropriate type.
‘ the hardness of the wood
grain.
5. Chuck not properly • Reinstall the chuck. See “To install the
installed. chuck” in ASSEMBLY.
1. The workpiece is pinching • Support or clamp the workpiece. See
the bit. “Position the table and workpiece” in
OPERATION.
2. Excessive feed pressure. • Feed more slowly. See “Feeding the drill
bit” in OPERATION.
1. Spring has improper • Adjust the spring tension. See “Spindle
tension. return spring• in ADJUSTMENTS.
1. Dirt, grease, or oil on the • Clean the tapered surface of both the
tapered surface on the chuck and the spindle with a household .
spindle or in the chuck. detergent. See “To install the chuck” in
ASSEMBLY.
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PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY
1. No backup material under • Always use a backup material. See
The workpiece
“Position the table and workpiece” in
splinters on the the workpiece.
OPERATION.
underside.
The workpiece is 1. Not supported or clamped • Support workpiece using extension wing or
slipping from your properly. clamps. See “Position the table and
hand. workpiece” in OPERATION.
1. Defective or broken • Take to a qualified service technician.
switch. • Take to a qualified service technician.
2. Defective or damaged
power cord.
3. Open circuit, loose • Take to a qualified service technician.
Motor will not run. connections, or burned out
motor.
4. Blown fuse or circuit • Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker. Tum
breaker. off other machines on the same circuit.
5. Low voltage. • Check the power line for the proper
voltage. Use another circuit or have a
qualified electrician upgrade the service.
Motor will not start 1. Short circuit in motor or • Take to a qualified service technician.
and fuses or circuit power cord.
breakers blow. 2. Incorrect fuses or circuit • Replace with correct fuse or circuit breaker
breakers. for the circuit. ·- Motor fails to reach 1. Overloaded circuit. • Tum off other machines and retry.
full power. 2. Improper extension cord. • Replace with proper size extension corc:I.
See ELECTRICAL INFsQ!;IM~Tl(!>N.
1. Short circuit in motor. • Take to a qualifiecl ervice technician. 2. Incorrect fuses or circuit • Replace with correct lase or circuit breaker Motor stalls. breakers. for the circuit.
3. Overloaded circuit. • Turn off other machines and retry. 4. Low voltage.
• Check the power line for the proper
voltage. Use another circuit or have a
qualified electrician upgrade the service.
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~
Key No. Description Qty Key No. Description
Qty

1 Pan Head Screw, M4x8 2 53 Handle
4 Base 1 54 Hub 3
5 Support clamp 1 55 1 Pin, 5X16
6 Hex socket screw, M8x8 1 56 1 Ring
7 Hex bolt, M16x35 2 57 1 8 Support column Shaft-pinion 1 1 58 Hex bolt, M8x25 4 11 Hex bolt, M10x30 4 59 Washer 11 14 Crank 1 60 Motor 1 15 Hex. socket screw, M6x10 1 61 Key, C4x76 1 16 Worm 1 62 Hex bolt, M8x12 3 17 Gear pin 1 63 Motor mount 1 18 Helical gear 1 64 Pin, 6×16 2 19 Table support 1 65 Screw, M5x12 2 20 Table 1 66 Hex socket screw, M8x8 2 26 Rack 1 67 Hex socket screw, M6x8 4 27 Column tube 1 68 Head 1 28 Hex socket screw, M8x10 2 69 Shaft 2 29 Chuck key 1 70 Shaft plate 1 30 Chuck, JT3 (16mm) 1 71 Pan head screw, M5x10 3 31 Chuck arbor, MT2-JT3 1 73 Cord clamp 3 32 Spindle 1 74 Ball bearing 2 33 Screw, M6x20 1 75 Retaining ring 17 1 34 Ball bearing 1 76 Spacer 1 35 Lock collar 1 n Pulley Insert 1 36 Nut,M6 1 78 Key, 4×60 1 37 Lock nut 2 79 Hex nut, M12 2 38 Quill tube 1 80 Cap-spring 1
39 Lock-depth bolt 1 81 Spring-torsion 4
40 Quill gasket 1 82 Hex nut, MS 2
41 Ball bearing . 1 83 Retaining spring 2
42 Retaining ring 11 1 84 Socket set screw 1
43 Screw, M8x20 1 85 Pan head screw, M5x6 2
44 Lock washer 1 86 Lock washer 2
45 Spring 1 87 Pan head screw, M5x14 3
46 Shaft 1 88 Digital screen 1
47 Laser beam device 2 89 Switch box 1
49 Pan head screw, M3x8 1 90 Switch, HY18 1
50 Lamp assembly 1 91 Light switch, HY35B 2
51 Socket support 1 92 Adjust nut 2
52 Handle knob 4
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12″ Drill Press(Variable Speed)
WARRANTY
90-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
This MASTERFORCETM brand power tool carries our 90-Day Money Back Guarantee. If you
are not completely satisfied with your MASTERFORCE™ brand power tool for any reason
within ninety (90) days from the date of purchase, return the tool with your original receipt to
any MENARDS® retail store, and we will provide you a refund – no questions asked.
3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
This MASTERFORCE™ brand power tool carries our famous No Hassle 3-Year Limited
Warranty to the original purchaser. If, during normal use, this MASTERFORCE™ power tool
breaks or fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within three (3) years from the date
of original purchase, simply bring the tool with the original sales receipt back to your nearest
MENARDS® retail store. At its discretion, MASTERFORCE™ agrees to have the tool or any
defective part(s) repaired or replaced with the same or similar MASTERFORCE™ product or
part free of charge, within the stated warranty period, when returned by the original purchaser
with original sales receipt. Not withstanding the foregoing, this limited warranty does not cover
any damage that has resulted from abuse or misuse of the Merchandise. This warranty: (1)
excludes expendable parts including but not limited to blades, brushes, belts, bits, light bulbs,
and/or batteries; (2) shall be void if this tool is used for commercial and/or rental purposes; and
(3) does not cover any losses, injuries to persons/property or costs. This warranty does give
you specific legal rights and you may have other rights, which vary from state to state. Be
careful, tools are dangerous if improperly used or maintained. Seller’s employees are not
qualified to advise you on the use of this merchandise. Any oral representation(s) made will
not be binding on seller or its employees. The rights under this limited warranty are to the
original purchaser of the merchandise and may not be transferred to any subsequent owner.
This limited warranty is in lieu of all warranties, expressed or implied including warranties or
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. Seller shall not be liable for any special,
incidental, or consequential damages. The sole exclusive remedy against the seller will be for
the replacement of any defects as provided herein, as long as the seller is willing or able to
replace this product or is willing to refund the purchase price as provided above. For insurance
purposes seller is not allowed to demonstrate any of these power tools for you.
For questions / comments, technical assistance or repair parts –
Please call toll free at: 1-833-498–0653 (M-F 8am – 6pm)
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Leviton plug in lamp dimmer

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Manual Leviton plug in lamp dimmer.pdf

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Plug-In Lamp Dimmer
Rated: 300W Incandescent, 150W LED & CFL, 120VAC
Cat. No. TBL03 .
DI-OOO-TBL03-22A
INSTALLATION
WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS:
To be installed and/or used in accordance with appropriate electrical codes and regulations.
To avoid overheating and possible damage to other equipment, do not use
exception of compatible d1mmable LED and CFL bulbs. 0 or-opera e or rans armer-supp 19 app iances, with the
DO NOT use with 3-way bulbs. Use with compatible dimmable CFL and dimmable LED bulbs. Please refer to www.leviton.com
compatible bulbs. or a comp e e is
Designed for convenience, reliability and durability
Easy to use slide control
No wiring necessary
6-foot cord for hard-to-get-to receptacles
Smooth dimming of Incandescent, dirnmable LED and CFL bulbs
INSTALLING YOUR DIMMER
1. Plug lamp into dimmer: Turn off lamp. Plug a lamp into the Plug-in Lamp Dimmer (refer to Figure 1 ).
2. Plug dimmer into outlet: Ensure that the Plug-in Lamp Dimmer is in the OFF position (refer to Figure 1). Plug the dimmer into a polarized receptacle.
NOTE: This device i~ a POLARI_ZED cord set. It has a polarized plug (one blade wider than the other) and a polarized outlet (one slot is longer than
the other). The p~larized plug 1s not intended to be mated with non-polarized outlets (having both slots the same size). A polarized outlet is inte,nded to
mate with a polarized plug 1n only one way (the longer slot with the wider blade).
111U=i;t·iii-lO
After installation, turn the lamp in the ON position (the light will remain OFF). To adjust lighting level, proceed as follows:
ON: Raise the slider to the brightness level desired (refer to Figure 2).
OFF: Lower the slider to the OFF position (refer to Figure 2). The light will turn OFF.
NOTE: LED and CFL lamps generally have a higher turn-on voltage requiring the slider to be raised slightly higher until the bulb turns ON.
DIM/BRIGHT: Raise or lower the slider to the desired level.
Dimmer
Gradateur
Atenuador
Figure 1
Slider
Glissiere
Des/izador
..
Figure 2
Deslisador
ENCEND/DO
(brillantez total)
sous tension
(pleine intensite)
Slider ON
(full bright) l Slider OFF
Position hors tension
De.slisador APAGADO
LIMITED 5 YEAR WARRANTY ANO EXCLUSIONS “· · •. . ” . .
Leviton warrants to the original consumer purchaser and not for the benefit of a~yone else that this product at the time of its sale by Levi\on Is free of defects in materials and workmanshlp’llnder normal and
proper use for five years from the purchase date. Leviton’s only obligation is to correct such defects by repair or replacement, at Its option, If within such five year period the product ls returned prepaid, with proof
of purchase date, and a description of the problem to Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc:, All: Quality Assurance Dep11f1ment, 201 Nortf(‘Servlce Road, Melville, New York 11747. This warranty excludes
and there is disclaimed liability for labor for removal of this product or relnstallatlon. This warranty is void if this product’ Is Installed Improperly or In an Improper environment, overloaded, misused, opened.
abused, or altered in any manner, or Is not used under normal operating conditions or not in accordance with any l11bels or Instructions, There are no other or Implied warranties of any kind, Including
merchantablllty and fitness for a particular purpose, but If any Implied warranty Is required by the applicable jurisdiction, the duration of any such implied warranty, Including m~rchantabllity and fitness for
a particular purpose, is limited to five years. Leviton Is not liable for Incidental, Indirect, spacial, or consequential damages, )ncludlng wlihoUt !Imitation, damage to, or 10111 of use of, any equipment,
lost safes or profits or delay or failure to perform this warranty obllgatlon. The remedies provided herein are the exclusive remedies under this warranty, whether based on contract, tort or otherwise_::
For Technical Aaslstance Call: 1-800-824-3005 (U.S.’\, Ot11y) www.levlton.com
FOR CANADA ONLY

arranty information and/or product returns, residents of Canada should contact Levllon In writing at Leviton ManUfactur1ng ol Caoada Ltd to the attention of the Quality Assurance Department,
for w Blvd Pointe-Claire (Quebec) Canada H9R 1 E9 or by telephone at 1 BOO 405-5320
© 2012 Leviton Mfg. Co., Inc.
Gradateur enfichable
N° de cat. TBL03
vaIeurs nominales: 300 W (lampes a incandescence), 150 W (DEL et LFC),
120 V c.a.
= INSTALLATION h;t-Ui9¥i
AVERTISSEMENTS ET MISES EN GARDE :
• Installer ou utiliser conformement aux codes de l’electricite en vigueur.
• Pour eviter la surc~autte ou l’endommagement eventuel des appareils
rac~ordes, ne pas tn~taller ce dispositif pour commander un appareil motorise
ou a transformateur, a !’exception de DEL ou de LFC reglables compatibles.
• NE PAS utiliser ce dispositif en presence de lampes a trois voies. II est conc;:u
pour certaines LFC et DEL reglables. Se reporter au www.leviton.com
(en anglais seulement) pour consulter la liste des lampes compatibles.
CARACTERISTIQUES
• Conception assurant commodite, fiabilite et durabilite
• Glissiere facile a utiliser
• Aucun cablage requis
• Cordon de deux metres pour atteindre les prises diffciles d’acces
• Gradation tout en douceur de lampes a incandescence a diodes
electroluminescentes (DE:L) et fluocompactes (LFC) reglables
1. Enficher la lampe dans le gradateur : brancher la fiche d’une tampe
hors tension dans le gradateur (figure 1).
2. Enficher le gradateur dans une sortie : s’assurer que le commutateur
du gradateur est en position hors tension (figure 1) avant de le brancher dans
une prise polarisee.
REMARQUE : le cordon de ce dispositif est dote de connecteurs
POLARISEE. Sa fiche a une lame plus large que l’autre et sa prise a
une fente plus allongee que l’autre. On ne doit pas tenter d’y raccorder des
dispositifs non polarises (ayant des lames ou des fentes de la meme taille). Les
prises et les fiches polarisees ne peuvent etre accouplees que dans un seul
sens, soit en inserant la lame plus large dans la fente plus allongee.
FONCTIONNEMENT
~pres l’installation, mettre la lampe sous tension (elle devrait cependant rester
ETEINTE). Proceder ensuite comme suit pour regler l’eclairage :
MISE SOUS TENSION : hausser la glissiere au niveau d’intensite voulu
(figure 2).
MISE HORS TENSION : abaisser la glissiere jusqu’en bas (figure 2).
REMARQUE : les DEL et les LFC ont generalement
une tension de demarrage plus elevee, exigeant qu’on
hausse un peu plus la glissiere pour les allumer.
TAMISAGE/INTENSIFICATION : deplacer la glissiere vers le haut ou le bas
jusqu’au niveau voulu.
EXCLUSIONS ET GARANTIE LIMITEE DE 5 ANS
Leviton garantit au premier acheteur, et uniquement au credit du dit acheteur, que ce produit ne
presente ni defauts de fabrication ni defauts de materiaux au moment de sa vente par Leviton, et
n’en presentera pas tant qu’il est utilise de fa9on normale et adequate, pendant une periode de 5 ans
suivant la date d’achat. La seule obligation de Leviton sera de corriger les dits defauts en reparant ou
en rempla9ant le produit defectueux si ce dernier est retourne port paye, accompagne d’une preuve
de la date d’achat, avant la fin de la dite periode de 5 ans. a la Manufacture Leviton du Canada
Limitee, au soln du service de !’Assurance Qualite, 165 boul. Hymus, Pointe-Claire, (Quebec),
Canada H9R 1 E9. Par cette garantie, Leviton exclut et decline toule responsabilite envers les frais de
main d’oeuvre encourus pour retirer et reinstaller le produit. Cette garantie sera nulle et non avenue
si le produit est installs incorrectement ou dans un environnement inadequat, s’il a eta surcharge,
incorrectement utilise, ouvert, employe de ta,;on abusive ou modifie de quelle que maniere que ce
soil, ou s’il n’a ete utilise ni dans des conditions normales ni conformement aux directives ou etiquettes
qui l’accompagnent. Aucune autre garantle, explicite ou lmpllclte, y comprls celle de qual_lte
marchande et de conformlte au besoin, n’est donnee, mais si une garantle implicite est requise en
vertu de lois applicables, la dite garantie implicite, y compris la garantie de qualite marchande et de
cor.iformite au besoin, est limitee a une duree de 5 ans. Leviton decline toute responsabillte envers
Jes dommages indirects, partlculiers ou consecutlfs, lncluant, sans restriction, la perte d’usage
d’equlpement, la perte de ventes ou les manques a gagner, et tout dommage-lnteret decoulant du
delal ou du defa~t de l’exe7ution des obligations de cette garantle. Seuls les recours stlpules dans
les presentes, qu 1is s01ent d ordre contractuel, delictuel ou autre, sont offerts en vertu de cette garantle.
– Ligne d’ Assistance Technique : 1 800 405-5320 (Canada seulement)
www.leviton.com
@2012 Leviton Mfg. Co., Inc.
Atenuador Enchufable para Lampara
. No. de Cat. TBL03
Capac,dad: 300W Incandescents, LED & LFC 150W 120VCA
= INSTALACION •¥@M•1′
ADVERTENCIAS Y PRECAUCIONES:
• Para i~stalarse y/o usarse de acuerdo con los c6digos electricos y normas
aprop,adas.
• ~ara evitar sobrecalentamiento y posible daiio a otro equipo, no lo use para
ontrolar artefactos operados por un motor o transformador, con la excepci6n
de focos LED y LFC compatibles atenuables.
• NO lo use con locos de 3 Vias. Uselo con LFC atenuables y focos LED
atenuables compatibles. Por favor, consulte www.leviton.com para una fista.
completa de focos compatibles.
CARACTERISTICAS
• Diseiiado para Conveniencia, seguridad y durabilidad
• Control facil de deslizar
• No necesita cableado
• Cordon de 1.8 m para receptaculos dificiles de alcanzar
• Atenuado suave de focos atenuables LFC y LED, tncandescente
INSTALACION DEL ATENUADOR
1. Conecte la lampara en el atenuador: Apague la lampara. Conecte ta
lampara en el atenuador enchufable (ver Figura 1 ).
2. Conecte el atenuador en el contacto: Asegurese que el atenuador este en
la posici6n de APAGADO (ver Figura 1 ). Conecte el atenuador en el receptaculo
polarizado.
NOTA: Este es un cordon POLARIZADO. Este producto tiene una
clavija polarizada (una cuchilla es mas ancha que la otra) y contactos
polarizados (una ranura es mas larga que la otra). La clavija polarizada esta
fabricada para que no engrane en contactos no polarizados (que tienen ambas
ranuras del mismo tamaiio). El prop6sito del contacto polarizado es que
engrane con la clavija polarizada solo de una manera (la ranura mas larga con
ta cuchilla mas ancha).

Para ‘Aslstencia Teen tea llaine al: 1-800-824-3005 (Soto en EE.UU.)
· www.levlton.com
>40170
DI-OOO-TBL03-ZZA

Kidde fire extinguisher owner’s manual

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Manual Kidde fire extinguisher owner’s manual.pdf

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Owner’s Manual Manual Del Usuario
Read fire extinguisher labels completely
before you re,1d this owner’s manual.
Lea todas la~ etrquetas en el extingu1dor
antes de leer este manual del usuarlo
Which Extinguisher To Use
fhere ,1re two common types of fire
e1Ct1nguishers Type ABC exl inguishers
fight wood, paper cl nd cloth fires, plus
f/amn1c1ble liquid and electrical flres
Type BC extmgu,shers are for flarnma·
ble hqu1d~ and elect11c~1l fires.
To determine which class or classes of
fire your exl1ngu1sher 1s designed to
fight, loca te the use code symbols on
the front extinguisher label.
Using the wrong extinguisher on a fire
could do more harm than good. Be sure
you understand whicil extinguisher is
appropriate for each class of fire. For
protection against ALL COMMON
CLASSES OF FIRES, you must choose a
type ABC extinguisher.
Inspection And Maintenance
To ensure that your fire extinguisher
will be ready when needed:
• Read and follow all instructions on
label and in owner’s manual.
• Inspect the extinguisher AT LEAST
once a month • more frequently if
exposed to weather or possible
tampering.
• Check that extinguisher is charged.
Pointer on pressure indicator MUST
be in green section. If pointer is in red
or white section..extinguisher is NOT
ready for use.
• Be sure the lock pin is firmly in place.
• Keep the extinguisher clean. Check
for dents, scratches, corrosion or any
other damage.
• Check the discharge noule. Make
sure it is clean and free of obstructions.
Remember the phrase PASS PASS pull the pin aim at the sqUffze SWHp from
base of fire lever & handle side to sJde
Cual Extinguidor Usar
Hay 2 tlpos de extinyuidores. T1po ABC
para usar en ruegos procJucrdos por
maderv, papel y telas, asl como tambr~n
Hquldos 1nflamables v fuegos produodos
par electric/dad rIpo OC para usar
s61o en fuegos produrnJos po , lfquidos
lnflamables y eleclr k idad PiJra detcrrnl·
nar que tipo de eKUngu1dor us led
pos(!c, localice las slmbolos en la elt·
queta frontill. Usar un eKl1nguldor no
dlsenado para una clase de fuego,
puede agravar el incendio AsegUrese
de que comprende cuc1-I extinguidor es
el m~s aproplacJo para cada clase de
fuego. Para una completa protecci6n
CONTRA TODD TIPO DE FUEGD, elija un
extinguldor Tipo ABC.
lnspecci6n y Mantenimiento
Para aseguar que su extinguidor est~ en
buenas condiciones de func ionamiento:
• lea y siga todas las ins trucciones que
aparecen en las etiquetas y el manual
del usuario.
• lnspeccione su extinguidor POR LO
MENDS 1 vez al mes, o m~s a menudo si
se encuentra a la intemperie o existe la
posibilidad de que alguien lo haya
usado.
• Asegure que el extinguidor tenga su
carga. la aguja de/ indicador de presi6n
debe estar en la zona verde. Siesta en
las secciones roja o blanca, su extinguidor
NO ESTA listo para ser usado.
‘° Controle que el gancho de seguridad
1 est~ firmemente ubicado.
• Mantenga el extinguidor limpio.
Verifique que la unidad no tenga abollad_
pras, raspones, 6xido o cualquier otro
da~o.
• lnspeccione la boquilla de descarga.
Oebe estar limpio y libre de cualquier
obstrucci6n.
The fire classifications
(Types of Fire)
A CJ O mrnm ••• The fire extinguisher is filled with a dry chemical
agent. Examine the extinguisher’s instruction
label to determine the types of fire that can be
tackled with this extinguisher.

Wood.

DO NOT TEST BY
PARTIALLY DISCHARGING.
LOSS OF PRESSURE
WILL OCCUR.
Six, Ten or Twelve-Year Limited Warranty
(see below for 1 0 lie 12 year applicable
models).
KIDDE will repair or replace this product
to the original owner free of charge, if
defective in material or workmanship.
This warranty does not apply to damage
resulting from accident, alteration,
abuse or failure to follow Instructions
supplied.
KIDDE, at its option, may refund the
purchase price in lieu of replacement or
repair. ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL BE LIMITED
TO A PERIOD OF SIX (6) YEARS FROM
DATE OF PURCHASE. KIDDE, its dealer,
and distributors shall not be responsible
or in any way liable for any special or
consequential damages for breach of any
warrant or implied warranty.
This warranty gives you specific legal
rights, and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
Ten (10)-Year Warranty applies only
to these models:FX10K, FX110E, FX210R,
FX340SC-2, FX340GW-2. FX340H,
FX340SW, FX34QC. Twelve (12)-Year
Warranty applies onl~ to this
model: FX340SC, XL 2.5 TU-4.
••• NO PRUEBE EL EXTINGUIDOR
DISPAIIANDOLO PARCIALMENTE,
PUES PRODUCIRA UNA
PERDIDA DE PRES/ON.
Seis (6), diez (10), o doce (12) aMs de
garantla limitada (vea abajo modelos de
10 lie 12 alios de garantfa)
KIDDE reparara o repondra este producto
a su dueno original sin costo alguno, si
tiene defecto de materiales o mano de
obra. Esta gar~ntfa no S142re darios causados
por accidentes, alt~o~s. miilfi.Jso a
por no seguir las inStruccion-.,
Como opci6n KIDDE devo,…era el dinero
en vez de repa.raci6n o reemplazo.
TODAS Y CADA UNA DE LAS
GARANTIAS INVOLUCRADAS,
INCLUYENDO CUALQUIER GARANT1A DE
COMERCIABILIDAD O APTITUD PARA UN
PROPOSITO GENERAL DEBERA LIMITARSE
A UN PERIODO DE SEIS (6) ANOS DESDE
LA FECHA DE COMPRA. KIDDE, sus
agentes y distribuidores no serc1n respons•
ables o en ninguna forma culpables por
incumplimiento de cualquier garantfa
escrita o involucrada debido a causas o
dal”ios especiales.
Esta garantla le ofrece derechos legales
especlficos y tambi~n puede tener derechos
adicionales que varlari de estado a
estado. ·
La garantla de dlez (10) ailos solo se
apllca a los modefos: FX10K, FX110E,
FX210R, FX340H, FX340SW, FX340C. La
garantfa de doce (12) ailos solo se aplfca
al modelo: FX340SC.

How To Use Your
Kidde Extinguisher
Follow instructions
shown on the front label
of your f ire extinguisher.
After the fire ,s out, clean up dry chemical
powde, 1mmed1ate ly to avoid corrosion.
CAUTION: Under certa,11 frre and heat
cond1t1ons, the dry chemtCal powder In
ABC type extinguishers will cause damage
or prove extremely difficult to
remove frorn oven surfaces, including
self-cleaning models. Do not use selfcleaning
feature to remove ABC Powder.
BC type extinguishers are recommended
for cooking areas.
CAUTION: The ager1t contained in this
extinguisher is not toxic, but may cause
skin irritation. Avoid inhaling the dry
chemical agent. In case of contact, flush
affected area with clean, cool water. If
irritation persists, contact a physician
immediately. Chemical name of agent is
printed on extinguisher label.
For more information on fire fighting, contact
your local fire department or the U.S.
Coast Guard. Additional information on
extinguishers can be found in the National
Fire Protection Association (NFPA) pamphlet
No. 1 O, ” Portable Fire Extinguishers.”
Mounting Your Extinguisher
Please follow the instructions and diagrams
below for mounting the bracket
that was supplied with your fire extinguisher.
The hanger or bracket provided
with the extinguisher must be used. Use
of an extist ing hanger or bracket may not
properly support or retain the extinguisher.
U.S. Coast Guard approval is valid only
with the marine mounting bracket specified
on the instruction label of your
extinguisher.
Como Usar Su
Extinguidor Kidde
Siga las instrucciones
en la etiqueta del frente
de su extinguidor.
Un.i vez que el luego ha sido ex!lnguldo,
llmple el polvo residual inrnedla tarnenle
para evl tar corrosl6n.
ATENCl6N: Anle cle rtas condlclones de
temper atwa, el polvo ABC contenldo en
este extinguldor (y otras unldades slml\
ares) puede produclr dano y ser muy dillell
de remover en la superficie del homo,
lncluyentlo los que son auto-Urnpiantes.
No use la fun ci6n de au lo-llmpleza para
eliminar el polvo ABC. Extinguidores con
polvo qulmico BC son recomendados en
las areas de codna.
ATENCt6N: Procure no respirar este polvo.
Los ingredientes del mismo no son t6xi~os,
pero pueden producir lrritad6n en la p1eL
En caso de contacto con el mlsmo, lave la
parte afectada con agua frla . Si la
irritad6n persiste, consulte a su ml!dico
inmedlatamente. El nombre del agente
qulmico esttl impreso en la etiqueta.
Para m.is informaci6n sobre el combate
contra incendio, consulte a su Depart·
amento de Bomberos local, o a la Guardia
Castera de las EEUU. lnformaci6n adi·
cional sobre extinguidores contra incendio
puede recabarse en el boletfn #10 de la
Asociaci6n Nacional de Protecci6n contra
\ncendios (NFPA), denominado
“Extinguidores contra fncendio PorMtiles”
Colocaci6n de su Extinguidor
La aprobaci6n de la Marina de las EEUU
es valida s6\o con el soporte especificado
en la etiqueta ubicada en la parte posterior
de su extinguidor. Los Mode\os de
KIDDE (5, 10, 110) estan equipados con
un soporte de plAstico que es aceptado
por la Marina de Los EEUU.
Guardia Castera favor de seguir las
instrucciones y diagramas indicados
abajo para montar el soporte que fue
enviado con su extinguidor. & Plastic wall Metal wall
bracket · hanger hanger
Plastic Strap Bracket Instructions
lnstrucciones del soporte con bandas plasticas en espai’\ol
A 1. Fasten bracket to wall with ..
1 appropriate fasteners (not
Included).
1. Fije el soporte en la pared
con los sujetadores
apropiados (no estAn
incluidos).
IF YOUR EXTINGUISHER WAS SHIPPED
WITH A PLASTIC BRACKET AND METAL
STRAP then mount your extinguisher as
follows:
1. Fasten bracket to suitable
surface using a screw in the upper bracket
mounting hole.
2. Mount the metal strap provided with your
extinguisher in the lower bracket mounting
hole u~ng another screw.
3. Place extinguisher into bracket and latch
the strap to hold the extinguisher securely
in place.
IF YOUR EXTINGUISHER WAS SHIPPED WITH
A HOSE AND HOSE STRAP, then ~ide the
hose strap over the bottom of the cylinder,
and secure the nozzle end of the hose to
the hose strap before placing your extinguisher
in service.
366224R
0 2. Pl~ce extinguisher Into
bracket. Buckle straps
together to lock in place.
~ 2. Coloque el extinguidor en
el soporte. Enganche las
abrazaderas hasta unirse
ensit io.

SI SU EXTINGUIDOR FUE ENVIADO CON
UNA BANDA DE METAL, entonces monte
su extinguidor de la siguiente manera:
1. Ponga el soporte en una superfrcie apmpiada
usando un tomillo de 1/4 de pulgada
en diametro. ponga este en el agujero de
arriba de la montura.
2. Monte la banda de metal que le ha ~do
proveida con su extinguidor en el agujero
de abajo de la montura usando otro
tornillo de 1/4 de pulgada en diametro.
3. Ponga el extinguidor en la montura y
apriete la banda para que aguante el
extinguidor seguro en su lugar.
sf SU EXTINGUIDOR FUE ENVIADO CON
UNA MANGUERA Y UNA ABRAZADERA DE
MANGUERA. entonces, favor de sacar la
abrazadera por la parte de abajo del ciHndro,
ajuste la manguera a la va lvula del
cuerpo y cofoque la punta de la boquil\a de
la manguera a la abrazadera de fa rnrg.ea
antes de poner su extinguidor en se rvicio.
TEAR ALONG PERFORATIONS AND REMOVE

OxGord Scooter for Kids – Deluxe Aluminum 3 Wheel Glider with Kick n Go, Lean 2 Turn, Step 4 Break

Download PDF Manual:

Manual OxGord Scooter for Kids – Kick and Go Scooter – instruction manual.pdf

Text of Manual:

WARNING:
Approved protective equipment (not included) should be worn. 77 Lbs/ 35 Kg MAX. Not to be used in traffic.
Please read instruction manual thoroughly before using the product. Always wear a helmet and protective clothing
when using this product. Do not use the scooter at night or on wet surfaces, uneven or unpaved roadways.
Handle Telescopes
Up To 24″
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Kick ‘n Go Scooter requires adult assembly.
• Be sure all parts are assembled securely before riding.
• Please pay attention that the steering column is screwed securely.
CAUTION!
• Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
• Choking hazard. Contains small parts that could be swallowed.
IMPORTANT: Remove the scooter and all parts from the carton. Layout all the
parts and study these assembly instructions before assembling. Save all
packaging material until assembly is completed.
BEFORE ALLOWING CHILD TO RIDE, BE SURE TO READ
Parent’s Responsibility below.
PARENT’S RESPONSIBILITY
• Be sure to read all the instructions carefully and assemble the scooter
according to this Manual before you allow child to ride.
• The scooter requires assembling by qualified adult.
• Special care should be taken to instruct children in safe riding.
• Children should be SUPERVISED while riding the scooter.
• Check the scooter before the child rides to detennine if there are any
POTENTIALLY hazardous parts or conditions.
• Do not allow the child to ride at night.
• Do not allow the scooter to be ridden on streets or areas with auto traffic •
• Do not allow rider to wear anything that obstructs hearing visibility or function.
• Do not allow more than one rider on the scooter at a time .
• Do not allow the scooter to be operated near streets, slopped driveways,
valleys, hills, near small children, in ground pools, areas near steps or any
other hazardous areas.
• Child should always wear a safety standard approved helmet.
• Should always wear a safety standard approved helmet.
• Be sure the rider is wearing appropriate shoes when riding the scooter.
Be sure the rider keeps both hands on the handlebars for proper control.
• Maximum weight 77 Lbs/ 35 Kg.
• The toy shall be used with caution, since it requires great skill to avoid falls or
collisions causing injury to user and third parties.
• Make sure that every locking device is correctly locked.
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JTD Key Finder

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Manual JTD Key Finder.pdf

Text of Manual:

Explore The High Definition World
Website:www.jtechdigital .com
Hot Line: 1-888-610-2818[US]
USER MANUAL
KEY FINDER
JTD Second Generation
(4 locators)
JTD-ID-49
Introduction
This remote key finder can help you to find the lost keys, remotes, purse, eyeglass, cane, and other
easily lost items quickly. With just one press on the color-cooed button, the beep sound and flashes
will lead you to find the lost items.
This is an unique remote key finder with LED flashlight. The ON/OFF switch is located at the right side
of the transmitter, which allows you to turn on and off the LED flashlight easily. This becomes extremely
handy wheriyou need to find something.in the dark.
The key finder with base support is also a good display for your tea table, TV bench, bed, computer desk,
bookshelf, etc. The transmitter is removable from base and can be carried with you to find lost items.
Product Diagrams
ON/OFF switch for flashlight
Base
Receivers
Key ring