Bauer 2061A-C35 Wood Carving Disc


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FAʻAALIGA FAAILOGA MA FAʻAMATALAGA

Ole faʻailoga mataala lea mo le saogalemu. E faʻaaogaina e faʻailoaina ai oe ile ono afaina ai oe lava. Usitaʻi i feau saogalemu uma e mulimuli ile faʻailoga lea e aloese ai mai manuʻa poʻo le oti ono.
Faʻailoa se tulaga lamatia lea, afai e le alofia, o le a iʻu i le oti po o se manuʻa tuga.
Faʻailoa se tulaga lamatia lea, a le mafai ona alofia, ono mafua ai le oti pe ogaoga manuʻa.
Faʻailoa se tulaga lamatia lea, a le mafai ona alofia, ono mafua ai i se laʻititi poʻo se manuʻa manuʻa.
Talanoaina faiga e le faʻatatau i le tagata lava ia manuʻa.

Faamatalaga Taua o le Saogalemu

To prevent serious injury, amputation, and DEATH, read and follow all power tool instructions and all instructions included with this item.
Sefe uma lapataiga ma faʻatonuga mo le lumanaʻi faʻasino.

Seti Puipuiga
  1. The grinder’s safety guard MUST be positioned as described in Adjusting the Safety Guard on page 5 prior to installing and using Carving Disc.
  2. DO NOT install Carving Disc on any grinder that requires mechanically modifying the safety guard to achieve proper positioning.
  3. Set up only according to these instructions. Improper assembly can create hazards.
  4. Install only on 4″ or 4-1/2″ angle grinder equipped with a constant pressure switch (paddle, dead man or kill switch), with a 5/8″ spindle and a maximum speed of 14,000 RPM or less.
  5. Fai matatioata saogalemu e faamaonia e le ANSI ma totigilima galue mamafa i le taimi o le setiina.
  6. Do not carve wood containing foreign objects. Remove all screws, nails, staples and other obstructions from workpiece before using Carving Disc.
  7. Make sure that the power switch/trigger of the power tool is in the off-position and unplug the tool from its electrical outlet before performing any set up procedures.
  8. Keep set up area clean and well lit.
  9. Taofi ese tagata o lo'o tutu mai le eria a'o fa'atulaga.
  10. Aua le seti pe a vaivai pe i lalo o le malosi o le ava malosi, fualaau faasaina po o fualaau.
Faʻaaoga Lapataiga
  1. DANGER: Keep hands away from cutting area and the Carving Disc. Keep your second hand on auxiliary handle, or motor housing. If both hands are holding the grinder, they cannot be cut by the Carving Disc.
  2. Never hold piece being cut in your hands or across your leg. Secure the workpiece to a stable platform. It is important to support the work properly to minimize body exposure, Disc binding, or loss of control.
  3. Do not reach underneath the workpiece or remove wood shavings from the cutting area while the Disc is rotating. The safety guard cannot protect you from the Carving Disc below the workpiece.
  4. Do not use to carve wood with embedded foreign objects like nails, screws or rocks.
  5. Operate a power tool equipped with this Carving Disc with both hands only. Using equipment with only one hand can easily result in loss of control.
  6. Do not operate a power tool equipped with this Carving Disc near the face or in a position above the head.
  7. Aua le faʻamalosi. Taofi lelei vae ma paleni i taimi uma. Lenei mafai ai sili faʻatonutonuina o le paoa mea faigaluega i le faʻamoemoeina tulaga.
  8. Follow the manufacturer’s operating instructions and safety warnings applicable to your angle grinder.
  9. Lenei oloa e le o se meataʻalo. Aua le faʻatagaina tamaiti e taaalo ma pe latalata i lenei mea.
  10. Faʻaaoga pei ona fuafuaina.
  11. Su'esu'e a'o le'i fa'aoga uma; aua ne'i fa'aogaina pe a matala pe fa'aleagaina ni vaega.
  12. Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use common sense when operating a power tool equipped with this Carving Disc. Do not use while tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication.
  13. Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. Keep hair, clothing and gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewelry or long hair can be caught in moving parts.
  14. O lapataʻiga, lapataʻiga, ma faʻatonuga na talanoaina i lenei tusi faʻatonuga e le mafai ona aofia uma ai tulaga ma tulaga e ono aliaʻe. E tatau ona malamalama i ai le tagata faʻagaioia o le mafaufau lelei ma le faʻaeteetega o mea ia e le mafai ona fausia i totonu o lenei oloa, ae tatau ona sapalai mai e le tagata faʻagaioia.
Kickback ma Lapataʻiga Lapataʻi

Kickback o se faʻafuaseʻi tali atu i se pinched pe snagged vili uili, backing pad, pulumu po o se isi lava mea faigaluega. O le faʻapipiʻiina poʻo le gagaseina e mafua ai le taofiofia vave o le faʻaaogaina o mea faʻaaoga lea e mafua ai ona faamalosia le meafaigaluega le faʻatonutonu e faʻatonutonuina i le itu faʻafeagai o le faʻafesoʻotaʻiga o mea i le taimi o le faʻamau.
Mo exampLe, pe a fai o se uili malo e faʻapipiʻiina pe pinched e le mea faigaluega, o le pito o le uili o lo o ulufale atu i le pine itu mafai mafai ona eli i luga o le mea na mafua ai le uili e aʻea i fafo pe kiki i fafo. O le uili e mafai ona oso i luga pe alu ese mai le tagata faʻatautaia, e faʻatatau i le itu o le alu a le uili i le tulaga o le pine. E mafai foi ona gau uili abrasive i lalo o nei tulaga.
O le Kickback o le iʻuga o le faʻaaoga sese o le meafaigaluega eletise ma / pe leʻo faʻagaioia faʻagaioiga poʻo aiaiga ma e mafai ona alofia e ala i le faia o lapataiga tatau e pei ona taʻua i lalo.

  1. Taofi mau se uumau i le paoa mea faigaluega ma tuʻu lou tino ma le lima e faʻatagaina ai oe e teteʻe i kickback malosiʻaga. Faʻaaoga i taimi uma le auxiliary 'au, pe a fai e maua, mo le sili atu le faʻatonutonuina o le kickback poʻo le malosi o le taimi o le amataga. E mafai e le tagata faʻagaioia ona faʻatonutonu lagona faʻavevesi poʻo malosiaga o le kickback, pe a fai o puipuiga talafeagai.
  2. Aua neʻi tuʻu lou lima i tafatafa o le mea e sui ai. Fesoasoani e ono kiki i luga o lou lima.
  3. Aua le faʻatulagaina lou tino i le mea e alu ai le mea faigaluega pe a fai e kickback e tupu. Kickback o le a unaʻia le mea faigaluega i le itu faʻafeagai ma le uili o loʻo minoi i le taimi o le gagau.
  4. Faʻaaoga faʻapitoa tausiga pe a galulue tulimanu, maʻai pito ma isi Aloese mai le osooso ma snagging le mea faʻaaoga.
    Tulimanu, maʻai tafatafa poʻo le osooso o loʻo i ai se uiga e toso ese le mea taamilo mea faigaluega ma mafua ai leiloa o le faʻatonutonu pe kickback.
  5. This tool is designed to reduce the risk of kickback. However, improper assembly, installation, or usage may still cause kickback.

Set up Instructions

faitau le ENTIRE FUAFUAGA SAFETY FAʻAMATALAGA vaega i le amataga o lenei pepa faʻamaonia aofia ai tusitusiga uma i lalo o ulutala i totonu ao le i setiina pe faʻaaogaina o lenei oloa.


IA MAFAI I FAʻATELEGA MATAʻUPU MAI MAI FAAIʻUGA FAʻATONU:
Make sure that the power switch/trigger of the power tool is in the off-position and unplug the tool from its electrical outlet before performing any procedure in this section.

Installing the Carving Disc
  1. Press in and hold the grinder’s spindle lock (if equipped) and use a spanner wrench (not included) to loosen and remove the grinder’s outer flange nut.
  2. Carefully remove center plug holding the Note: If components become separated refer three components of the Carving Disc to Disc and Chain Assembly on page 5. assembly together and retain for future use. 4. Thread the outer flange nut into place and tighten securely with a spanner wrench.
  3. Hold Disc firmly so the components don’tseparate and with the side stamped TOP facing up, place it over the grinder spindle until seated on the grinder’s inner flange.
    Manatua: If components become separated refer to Disc and Chain Assembly on page 5.
  4. Thread the outer flange nut into place and tighten securely with a spanner wrench.

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Fetuunaiga o le Puipuiga o le Saogalemu
  1. Lay the grinder to be used on its side and loosen the hardware securing the safety guard in place.
  2. Rotate the safety guard until it is at an approximate 45° angle with the grinder body. Refer to Figure B.
  3. Tighten the hardware holding the guard in place and ensure it is secure. Adjust if necessary before proceeding.
Disc and Chain Assembly

The Carving Disc consists of three components, a top disc stamped TOP, a bottom disc stamped BOTTOM, and a saw chain. To assemble the components use the following procedure:

  1. Place the bottom disc with the word BOTTOM facing up on a flat surface.
  2. Place the saw chain on the bottom disc with rakers facing left as shown in
    Figure C and arrange chain around the outside edge of the disc, making sure chain link tangs fit over disc perimeter.
    Manatua: Chain direction is critical for proper operation. If assembled in the wrong direction, the saw chain blades will not cut effectively and may burn the wood due to heat buildup.
  3. Place the top disc with the word TOP facing up onto the saw chain and bottom disc. Make sure that the slots in the top disc line up with the slots in the bottom disc and make minor adjustments to the position of the top and bottom discs until the chain is secured between them.

Faatonuga Faagaioiga

faitau le ENTIRE SAUNIGA TELEFAI INFORMATION section at the beginning of this document including all text under subheadings therein before set up or use of this product.
Fa'atonu mea faigaluega ma le Vaega o Galuega
  1. Tofi se nofoaga faigaluega e mama ma malamalama lelei. Ole nofoaga ole galuega e le tatau ona fa'atagaina e tamaiti po'o fagafao e puipuia ai fa'alavelave ma manu'a.
  2. Route the power cord along a safe route to reach the work area without creating a tripping hazard or exposing the power cord to possible damage.
  3. The power cord must reach the work area with enough extra length to allow free movement while working.
  4. Fa'asa'o mea faigaluega matala e fa'aaoga ai le vise po'o le clamps (e le o aofia ai) e taofia ai le gaoioi a'o galue.
  5. There must not be hazardous objects, suchas utility lines or foreign objects, nearby that will present a hazard while working.
  6. You must use personal safety equipment including, but not limited to, ANSIapproved safety goggles underneath full face shield, hearing protection, and heavy-duty work gloves.
Faagaoioia


IA PUEINA MANATU TUA: Uu mau le meafaigaluega i lima uma e lua.

  1. Follow the manufacturer’s operating instructions and safety warnings applicable to your angle grinder.
  2. Make sure that the switch/trigger is in the off-position, then plug in the tool.
  3. Turn on the switch or squeeze the trigger to start the tool. DO NOT start the tool with the Carving Disc in contact with the workpiece.
  4. Allow the Carving Disc to come up to full speed before touching the work material.
  5. Use both hands to operate grinder.
    Hold tool at main housing, and use auxiliary handle on top/side.
  6. Apply the Carving Disc to the work material, allowing the tool to operate at full speed.
    FAʻAALIGA! IA PUEINA LE MAUA
    MANATU:
    Cut by pulling the saw back towards you, not pushing away from you.
  7. Do not use excessive pressure or force the Carving Disc into the workpiece. If the tool bogs down, use lighter pressure. Allow the tool to do the work.
  8. Periodically remove sawdust and wood shavings from around and under the grinder’s on/off switch to prevent buildup of debris and ensure safe switch operation.
  9. IA MAFAI ONA LAVA FAʻAFIAFIAGA, PEI O LE FAʻAALIGA:
    Tape le mea faigaluega.
    LAPATAIGA! E PUEINA MANU'A TOTOA: Allow the tool to come to a complete stop before setting it down. Unplug the tool. Remove the Carving
    Disc from the grinder, replace center plug to hold the Carving Disc assembly together, then store the Disc indoors out of children’s reach.

tausiga


IA MAFAI I FAʻATELEGA MATAʻUPU MAI MAI FAAIʻUGA FAʻATONU:
Make sure that the Power Switch/Trigger of the power tool is in the off-position and unplug the tool from its electrical outlet before performing any procedure in this section.

For optimum performance, periodically sharpen the saw chain:

a. Wear heavy-duty work gloves and remove the Carving Disc from the power tool.
b. Replace the center plug supplied with the accessory to hold the Carving Disc assembly together.
c. Hold the Disc assembly in one hand and sharpen the saw chain blades using a standard 1/8″ or 5/32″ chainsaw file.
d. Reinstall the Carving Disc or store indoors out of children’s reach.

Faamaumauina Numera Serial Lenei:

Manatua: Afai o oloa e leai se numera numera, faʻamaumauga masina ma le tausaga o le faʻatau nai lo.
Manatua: O nisi vaega o lo'o lisiina ma fa'aalia mo na'o fa'ata'ita'iga, ma e le maua ta'ito'atasi e fai ma sui sui. E le mafai ona fesuia'i vaega. Fa'ailoa numera UPC pe a oka:

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