USING THE PORTABLE ELECTRIC SANDER
BEFORE USING ANY ELECTRICAL
TOOL, ALWAYS MAKE CERTAIN THE
TOOL IS EQUIPPED WITH PROPER
GROUNDING FEATURES. FAILURE TO
HAVE PROPER GROUNDING CAN
RESULT IN SERIOUS SHOCK.
ALWAYS WEAR PROPER EYE PRO-
TECTION WHEN WORKING WHERE
FLYING PARTICLES CAN CAUSE EYE
THE ELECTRIC SANDER PRODUCES
HAZARDOUS NOISE LEVELS WHEN IN
OPERATION. ALWAYS WEAR PROPER,
PROTECTION TO AVOID POSSIBLE
Make sure the work surface (4) is secured to pre-
Connect sander to power source. Depress switch
(5) on the sander so that the attachment is turning
before placing it on the work surface.
Using excessive pressure will slow up the
sanding action, clog the disk, and cause
motor to overheat.
With one hand on each handle (6) and (7), begin
sweeping the sander (8) back and forth across the
During operation, tilt the sander slightly so the entire
disk does not contact the work surface.
Brush or clean the sanding dirt from the work sur-
7 When finished, lift the sander from the work surface
before turning off the switch.
1 Select the proper attachment (1) and secure it to the
spindle (2) by depressing locking button (3) and
tightening spindle as shown.