User manual Milwaukee 6480-20

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4. Dress properly. Do not wear loose  
clothing or jewelry. Contain long  
hair. Keep your hair, clothing, and  
gloves away from moving parts.  
Loose clothes, jewelry, or long hair can  
be caught in moving parts. When work-  
ing outdoors, wear rubber gloves and  
insulated non-skid footwear. Keep hands  
and gloves away from moving parts.  
24. Use the right tool. Do not use a tool or  
attachment to do a job for which it is not  
recommended. For example, do not use  
a circular saw to cut tree limbs or logs.  
Do not alter a tool.  
5. Disconnect the plug from the power  
source before making any adjust-  
ments, changing accessories, or stor-  
sures reduce the risk of starting the tool  
Failure to follow all instructions listed below, may result in electric shock, re  
and/or serious personal injury.  
5. Avoid accidental starting. Be sure  
switch is off before plugging in. Do  
not use a tool if the power switch does  
not turn the tool on and off. Do not carry  
a plugged-in tool with your nger on the  
6. Store idle tools out of reach of  
children and other untrained  
persons. Tools are dangerous in the  
hands of untrained users.  
not t, contact a qualied electrician  
to install a polarized outlet. Do not  
change the plug in any way. Double  
the three wire grounded power cord and  
grounded power supply system.  
Keep your work area clean and well  
lit. Cluttered benches and dark areas  
invite accidents.  
eliminates the need for  
6. Remove adjusting keys or wrenches  
before turning on the tool. A wrench  
or a key that is left attached to a rotating  
part of the tool may result in personal  
27. Never leave the tool running unat-  
tended. Turn power off. Do not leave the  
tool until it comes to a complete stop.  
Do not operate power tools in ex-  
plosive atmospheres, such as in  
the presence of ammable liquids,  
gases, or dust. Power tools create  
sparks which may ignite the dust or  
Guard against electric shock. Prevent  
body contact with grounded surfaces  
such as pipes, radiators, ranges and re-  
frigerators. When making blind or plunge  
cuts, always check the work area for  
hidden wires or pipes. Hold your tool by  
insulated nonmetal grasping surfaces.  
Use a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter  
(GFCI) to reduce shock hazards.  
28. Check for misalignment or binding  
of moving parts, breakage of parts,  
and any other condition that may af-  
fect the tool’s operation. If damaged,  
have the tool serviced before using.  
Many accidents are caused by poorly  
maintained tools.  
7. Donotoverreach.Keepproperfooting  
and balance at all times. Proper footing  
and balance enables better control of the  
tool in unexpected situations.  
Keep bystanders, children, and  
visitors away while operating a power  
tool. Distractions can cause you to lose  
control. Protect others in the work area  
from debris such as chips and sparks.  
Provide barriers or shields as needed.  
8. Use safety equipment. Everyone  
in the work area should wear safety  
goggles or glasses with side shields  
complying with current safety standards.  
Everyday eyeglasses only have impact  
resistant lenses. They are not safety  
glasses. Wear hearing protection dur-  
ing extended use and a dust mask  
for dusty operations. Hard hats, face  
shields, safety shoes, etc., should be  
used when specied or necessary. Keep  
a re extinguisher nearby.  
29. Use only accessories that are rec-  
ommended by the manufacturer for  
your model. Accessories that may be  
suitable for one tool, may become haz-  
ardous when used on another tool.  
Do not expose power tools to rain or  
wet conditions. Water entering a power  
tool will increase the risk of electric  
Protect others in the work area from  
debris such as chips and sparks. Pro-  
vide barriers or shields as needed.  
30. Maintain tools with care. Keep cut-  
ting tools sharp and clean. Properly  
maintained tools with sharp cutting edge  
are less likely to bind and are easier to  
control. Do not use a damaged tool.  
Tag damaged tools “Do not use” until  
0. Do not abuse the cord. Never use  
the cord to carry the tools or pull the  
plug from an outlet. Keep cord away  
from heat, oil, sharp edges or mov-  
ing parts. Replace damaged cords  
immediately. Damaged cords increase  
the risk of electric shock.  
Make workshop child proof with pad-  
locks, master switches, or by removing  
starter keys.  
19. Keep guards in place and in working  
1. When operating a power tool out-  
0. Never stand on tool. Serious injury  
could occur if the tool is tipped or if  
the cutting tool is unintentionally con-  
Grounded tools must be plugged  
into an outlet properly installed and  
grounded in accordance with all  
codes and ordinances. Never remove  
the grounding prong or modify the  
plug in any way. Do not use any  
adaptor plugs. Check with a quali-  
ed electrician if you are in doubt  
as to whether the outlet is properly  
grounded. If the tools should electrically  
malfunction or break down, grounding  
provides a low resistance path to carry  
electricity away from the user.  
side, use an outdoor extension cord  
marked “W-A” or “W”. These cords  
are rated for outdoor use and reduce  
the risk of electric shock.  
31. Tool service must be performed  
only by qualied repair personnel.  
Service or maintenance performed by  
unqualied personnel could result in a  
risk of injury.  
21. Keep hands away from all cutting  
edges and moving parts.  
2. Use clamps or other practical way to  
secure and support the workpiece to  
a stable platform. Holding the work by  
hand or against your body is unstable  
and may lead to loss of control.  
12. Know your power tool. Read this  
manual carefully to learn your power  
tool's applications and limitations as well  
as potential hazards associated with this  
type of tool.  
32. When servicing a tool, use only iden-  
tical replacement parts. Follow in-  
structions in the Maintenance section  
of this manual. Use of unauthorized  
parts or failure to follow Maintenance  
Instructions may create a risk of electric  
shock or injury.  
3. Stay alert, watch what you are doing,  
and use common sense when operat-  
ing a power tool. Do not use tool while  
tired or under the inuence of drugs,  
alcohol, or medication. A moment of  
inattention while operating power tools  
may result in serious personal injury.  
Double Insulated tools are equipped  
with a polarized plug (one blade is  
wider than the other). This plug will  
t in a polarized outlet only one way.  
If the plug does not t fully in the  
outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does  
23. Do not force tool. Your tool will per-  
form best at the rate for which it was  
designed. Excessive force only causes  
operator fatigue, increased wear and  
reduced control.  

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