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FIRST USE & INSTRUCTIONS
Before using the Multi Tool for the first time, and for best results, please ensure you read the Owner’s Manual enclosed with the product or alternatively you can download it here.
We've also included a handy un-boxing video within this page to walk you though set-up and first use.
I've lost my manual, where can I get another one?
You can download your manual here. All operating instructions on how to use your Multi Tool can be found in the manual.
Can I return the Multi Tool if I change my mind?
Our 30-day money back guarantee gives you the peace of mind to be able to try the Multi Tool for 30 days from receipt. If for some reason you choose not to keep it, simply return it to us in its original packaging for a full refund of the product purchase price.
Where can I buy replacement parts and accessories?
Call our friendly Customer Service team on the number shown on your screen for parts and accessories.
1. CONNECTING ATTACHMENT TOOLS
When changing ‘attachment tools’ and for all other work always wear protective gloves. Avoid touching the sharp edges of the attachment tools at all times to reduce the danger of injury. Be aware, the attachment tools can become very hot while they are working and must never be touched, otherwise burns will occur.
2. CONNECTING THE VACUUM ACCESSORY
Before mounting or replacing the attachment tools or accessories, turn off The Renovator and pull the plug out of the power source. This preventative safety measure eliminates danger from accidentally starting the power tool.
3. USING THE ON/OFF SWITCH
To switch The Renovator ON: Slide the switch forward to reveal the (I) marking indicating ignition.
To switch The Renovator OFF: Slide the switch backward to reveal the (0) marking indicating off.
4. USING THE VARIABLE SPEED DIAL
While The Renovator is running, the variable speed dial can be set to the optimum oscillating frequency for the attachment tools, respective to their application.
5. SECURING THE WORK PIECE
Where possible use gripping tools such as clamps or a vice to secure the work piece. TIP: Making a cut or using material close to an firmly anchored point on the work piece will reduce vibration in the material allowing for a smoother and easier cut.
1. Always wear eye protection.
2. Never operate The Renovator in wet conditions.
3. During extended periods of use wear ear protection.
4. If operating in a dusty environment wear a dust mask.
5. Check and remove nails, screws and any other metal object from timber before sanding.
6. Always inspect walls and ceilings to avoid possible hidden power cables and pipes.
7. Use clamps or other suitable clamping devices to secure the work piece firmly to the surface.
8. Only use attachments supplied with The Renovator.
9. Do not use broken, torn or worn accessories and attachments. Only use attachments that are in a good working condition.
10. Inspect power cords and plugs before using The Renovator. If any damage is apparent have it repaired first. Always make sure that the cord is located in a safe area.
11. Never abuse the power cord and keep it clear from heat sources, liquids, sharp objects and moving parts at all times. Never use the cord for carrying, pulling or unplugging The Renovator. Immediately replace damaged cords.
12. Always start The Renovator in a clear space and let it reach optimal speed before moving into the work piece.
13. Before replacing attachments unplug the power cord.
14. Do not ‘jam’ the E-cut saw blades or use excessive force. Never make an overly excessive deep cut.
15. Keep your hands clear of the work area and always cut away from yourself and other people.
16. Always hold The Renovator by the insulated grip when cutting where hidden wiring may exist or where the power cords may lie. Electric shock may result when metal parts of The Renovator make contact with ‘live‘ wires.