User manual Skil 1677M

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forward pressure. Do not overload motor.  
When starting the tool, Disconnect plug from power source and clean  
hold it with both hands. dust from air vents frequently. Metal cutting is  
The torque from the motor can cause the tool done at full depth.  
to twist.  
Clean guards frequently to  
assure a rapid return of  
To turn tool “ON”, squeeze the trigger switch.  
To turn the tool “OFF”, release the trigger lower guard. The lower guard may become  
switch, which is spring loaded and will return sluggish when cutting masonry materials.  
to the off position automatically.  
Abrasive Cut Off Wheels  
must have a maximum  
Your saw should be running at full speed  
BEFORE starting the cut, and turned off only safe operating speed greater than the “no  
AFTER completing the cut. To increase switch load RPM” marked on the tool’s  
life, do not turn switch on and off while cutting.  
nameplate. Wheels running over the rated  
speed can fly apart and cause injury.  
Always hold the saw handle with one hand  
and the auxiliary handle or housing with the  
Do not use the abrasive  
cut off wheel near  
flammable materials. Sparks from the  
wheel could ignite these materials.  
Always be sure either hand  
does not interfere with the  
This machine is not  
intended to be used with  
free movement of the lower guard.  
Wet Diamond Wheels. Using water or other  
liquid coolants with this machine may result  
in electrocution or shock. Use of Dry  
Diamond Wheels is acceptable.  
Maintain a firm grip and operate the switch  
with a decisive action. Never force the saw.  
Use light and continuous pressure.  
After completing a cut and  
the trigger has been  
Disconnect the plug from the power source  
before making adjustments. Set depth adjust-  
ment according to material to be cut. Tilt saw  
forward with cutting guide notch lined up with  
the line you’ve drawn. Raise the lower guard,  
using lift lever and hold the saw by the front and  
rear handles (Fig. 7).  
released, be aware of the necessary time it  
takes for the blade to come to a complete  
stop during coast down. Do not allow the  
saw to brush against your leg or side,  
since the lower guard is retractable, it  
could catch on your clothing and expose  
the blade. Be aware of the necessary blade  
exposures that exist in both the upper and  
lower guard areas.  
With the blade just clearing the material to be  
cut, start the motor. Gradually lower the back  
end of saw using the front end of the foot as the  
hinge point.  
When cutting is interrupted, to resume cutting:  
squeeze the trigger and allow the blade to  
reach full speed, re-enter the cut slowly and  
resume cutting.  
FIG. 7  
When cutting across the grain, the fibers of  
the wood have a tendency to tear and lift.  
Advancing the saw slowly minimizes this  
effect. For a finished cut, a cross cut blade or  
miter blade is recommended.  
This tool is not recommended for continuous  
and general usage with metal or masonry cut-  
off wheels. If you use your saw for cutting  
these materials, use the appropriate wheel for  
the material being cut.  
As blade starts cutting the  
material, release the lower  
When cutting masonry, do not cut a depth of  
more than 1/4 inch (6 mm). Make successive  
passes to achieve desired depth. Apply a light  
guard immediately. When the foot rests flat on  
the surface being cut, proceed cutting in forward  
direction to end of cut.  

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