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    G 10SR G 12SR

    DOUBLE INSULATIONDOUBLE ISOLATIONAISLAMIENTO DOBLE

    G 12SR

    MODEL DISC GRINDERMODLE MEULEUSEMODELO AMOLADORA ANGULAR

    MODE DEMPLOI ET INSTRUCTIONS DE SECURITEAVERTISSEMENT

    Une utilisation incorrecte et dangereuse de cet outil motoris peut entraner lamort ou de srieuses blessures corporelles!Ce mode demploi contient dimportantes informations propos de la scurit dece produit. Prire de lire et de comprendre ce mode demploi avant dutiliser loutilmotoris. Garder ce mode demploi la disponibilit des autres utilisateurs avantquils utilisent loutil motoris.

    INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSWARNING

    Improper and unsafe use of this power tool can result in death or serious bodilyinjury!This manual contains important information about product safety. Please readand understand this manual before operating the power tool. Please keep thismanual available for others before they use the power tool.

    MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES E INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDADADVERTENCIA

    La utilizacin inapropiada e insegura de esta herramienta elctrica puede resultaren lesiones serias o en la muerte!Este manual contiene informacin importante sobre la seguridad del producto.Lea y comprenda este manual antes de utilizar la herramienta elctrica. Guardeeste manual para que puedan leerlo otras personas antes de que utilicen laherramienta elctrica.

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    CONTENTSEnglishPage

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION ..................... 3MEANINGS OF SIGNAL WORDS............... 3

    SAFETY ............................................................ 4IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    FOR USING ALL POWER TOOLS ........... 4IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

    FOR USE OF THE DISC GRINDER .......... 7REPLACEMENT PARTS .............................. 7POLARIZED PLUGS .................................... 7USE OF EXTENSION CORD ....................... 8DOUBLE INSULATION FOR SAFER

    OPERATION ............................................. 9

    PageFUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ....................... 10

    MANE OF PARTS ...................................... 10SPECIFICATIONS ...................................... 10

    ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION ..................... 11APPLICATIONS ......................................... 11PRIOR TO OPERATION ............................. 11GRINDER OPERATION ............................. 12DEPRESSED CENTER WHEEL

    ASSEMBLY AND DISASSEMBLY ........ 13

    MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION ............. 14

    ACCESSORIES .............................................. 15STANDARD ACCESSORIES ..................... 15

    PARTS LIST ................................................... 46

    TABLE DES MATIERESFranaisPage

    INFORMATIONS IMPORTANTES ............ 16SIGNIFICATION DES MOTS

    DAVERTISSEMENT .............................. 16

    SECURITE ...................................................... 17CONSIGNES DE SECURITE IMPORTANTES POUR

    LUTILISATION DE TOUS LES OUTILS ELECTRIQUES . 17CONSIGNES DE SECURITE IMPORTANTES

    POUR LUTILISATION DU MEULEUSE ......... 21PIECES DE RECHANGE ............................ 21FICHE POLARISEES .................................. 21UTILISATION D'UN CORDON DE RALLONGE ..... 22DOUBLE ISOLATION POUR UN

    FONCTIONNEMENT PLUS SUR ................ 23

    PageDESCRIPTION FONCTIONNELLE................. 24

    NOM DES PARTIES................................... 24SPECIFICATIONS ...................................... 24

    ASSEMBLAGE ET FONCTIONNEMENT ............. 25UTILISATIONS .......................................... 25AVANT LUTILISATION ............................ 25UTILISATION DE LA MEULEUSE............. 26ASSEMBLAGE ET DESASSEMBLAGE DE LA

    MEULE A DEPRESSION CENTRALE ............. 28

    ENTRETIEN ET INSPECTION ....................... 29

    ACCESOIRES ................................................. 30ACCESSOIRES STANDARD ..................... 30

    LISTE DES PIECES ........................................ 46

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    INFORMACIN IMPORTANTE ................. 31SIGNIFICADO DE LAS PALABRAS DE

    SEALIZACIN ..................................... 31

    SEGURIDAD .................................................. 32INSTRUCCIONES IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD PARA

    UTILIZACIN DE TODAS LAS HERRAMIENTAS ELCTRICAS .. 32INSTRUCCIONES IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD

    PARA UTILIZACIN DEL AMOLADORA ANGULAR . 36PIEZAS DE REEMPLAZO .......................... 36ENCHUFES POLARIZADOS ...................... 36UTILIZACIN DE UN CABLE PROLONGADOR ...... 37AISLAMIENTO DOBLE PARA OFRECER UNA

    OPERACIN MS SEGURA ......................... 38

    PginaDESCRIPCIN FUNCIONAL ......................... 39 NOMENCLATURA ...................................... 39 ESPECIFICACIONES................................... 39

    MONTAJE Y OPERACIN ............................ 40 APLICACIONES .......................................... 40 ANTES DE LA OPERACIN ....................... 40 OPERACIN DE LA AMOLADORA ANGULAR .... 41 MONTAJE Y DESMONTAJE DE LA

    RUEDA DE DISCO ABOMBADO ........... 43

    MANTENIMIENTO E INSPECCIN .............. 44

    ACCESORIOS ................................................ 45ACCESORIOS ESTNDAR ....................... 45

    LISTA DE PIEZAS .......................................... 46

    NDICE

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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

    Read and understand all of the operating instructions, safety precautions and warnings inthe Instruction Manual before operating or maintaining this power tool.

    Most accidents that result from power tool operation and maintenance are caused by thefailure to observe basic safety rules or precautions. An accident can often be avoided byrecognizing a potentially hazardous situation before it occurs, and by observing appropriatesafety procedures.

    Basic safety precautions are outlined in the SAFETY section of this Instruction Manual andin the sections which contain the operation and maintenance instructions.

    Hazards that must be avoided to prevent bodily injury or machine damage are identified byWARNINGS on the power tool and in this Instruction Manual.

    Never use this power tool in a manner that has not been specifically recommended byHITACHI, unless you first confirm that the planned use will be safe for you and others.

    MEANINGS OF SIGNAL WORDS

    WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situations which, if ignored, could result inserious personal injury.

    CAUTION indicates a hazardous situations which, if ignored, could result in moderatepersonal injury, or could cause machine damage.

    NOTE emphasizes essential information.

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    SAFETY

    INPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSFOR USING ALL POWER TOOLSaaaa

    WARNING: Death or serious bodily injury could result from improper or unsafe useof power tools. To avoid these risks, follow these basic safety instruc-tions:

    READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS1. NEVER TOUCH MOVING PARTS.

    Never place your hands, fingers or other body parts near the tools moving parts.2. NEVER OPERATE WITHOUT ALL GUARDS IN PLACE.

    Never operate this tool without all guards or safety features in place and in proper workingorder. If maintenance or servicing requires the removal of a guard or safety feature, be sureto replace the guard or safety feature before resuming operation of the tool.

    3. ALWAYS WEAR EYE AND EAR PROTECTOR.Protect yourself from flying or expelled wood chips, metal particles or other debris byusing protective goggles or equivalent eye protector. Wear ear protector to protectyourself from excessive noise.

    4. PROTECT YOURSELF AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK.Prevent body contact with grounded surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges andrefrigeration enclosures. Never operate the tool in damp or wet locations.

    5. DISCONNECT TOOLS.Never leave the tool connected to a power source. Always disconnect the tool from itspower source before servicing, inspecting, maintaining, cleaning and before changing orchecking any parts.

    6. AVOID UNINTENTIONAL STARTING.Dont carry the tool while it is connected to its power source. Dont carry the tool with yourfinger near the power switch. Be sure the power switch is in the off position beforeconnecting the tool to its power source.

    7. STORE TOOL PROPERLY.When not in use, the tool should be stored in a dry place. Keep out of reach of children.Lock-out the storage area.

    8. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN.Cluttered areas and benches invite injuries. Clear all work areas and work benches ofunnecessary tools, debris, furniture, etc.

    9. CONSIDER WORK AREA ENVIRONMENT.Dont expose power tools to rain. Dont use power tools in damp or wet locations. Keepwork area well lit and well ventilated.Dont use tool in presence of flammable liquids or gases.

    Power tools produce sparks during operation. They also spark when switching ON/OFF. Never use power tools in sites containing lacquer, paint, benzine, thinner,gasoline, gases, adhesive agents, and other materials which are combustible orexplosive.

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    10. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY.Do not let visitors contact tool or extension cord.All visitors should be kept safely away from work area.

    11. DONT FORCE TOOL.It will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was intended.

    12. USE RIGHT TOOL.Dont force small tool or attachment to do the job of a heavy-duty tool.Dont use tool for purpose not intended for example dont use circular saw for cuttingtree limbs or logs.

    13. DRESS PROPERLY.Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. They can be caught in moving parts.Rubber gloves and non-skid footwear are recommended when working outdoors.Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.

    14. USE FACE, DUST MASK OR RESPIRATOR IF OPERATION IS