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Инструкция по эксплуатации Kompernass, модель XQ 90

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Check that moving parts are working properly and move freely. Check for any parts that are broken or damaged enough to detrimentally affect the functioning of the device. Have damaged parts repaired before you use the device. Many accidents have their origins in poorly maintained electrical power tools. f) Keep cutting tools clean and sharp. Carefully maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are less likely to jam and are easier to control. g) Use the electrical power tool, accessories, inserted tools etc. in accordance with these instructions and advice, and the stipulations drawn up for this particular type of device. In doing this, take into account the working conditions and the task in hand. The use of electrical power tools for purposes other than those intended can lead to dangerous situations. Safety advice for waxer / polishers Avoiding the danger of injury, fire and damage to your health: J Always pull the plug out of the mains socket before cleaning or maintaining the device. J Ensure that the bonnet is well secured to the buffing plate. J Do not touch any rotating parts! Before switching on check to ensure that the buffing plate is not blocked and can start up without problem. J Check to ensure that the bonnet and the buffing plate are complete and undamaged. Immediately exchange torn or damaged bonnets/buffing plates. J Wait until the polishing disc is flat on the surface to be polished before switching on the waxer / polisher. J Do not use any abrasives; these can destroy the paint finish. Q Original ancillaries / accessories J Use only the ancillaries and accessories that are detailed in the operating instructions. The use of parts other than those recommended in the operating instructions, or other accessories, can put you at risk of injury. Q Understood everything? J When you have become familiar with these general safety instruction for electrical appliances, and, with the help of the appropriate operating instructions, know all about the functions and handling of your electrical appliance, then you can start working with it. You will work at your safest only with careful attention to all of the declarations and instructions of the manufacturer. GB/IE/CY Commissioning/Operation/Cleaning and Maintenance Q Commissioning The mains voltage at the mains socket must match that shown on the rating plate on the device. Devices marked with 230V can also be operated at ~ 220V ~. Q Operation Q Placing the bonnet on the buffing plate 1. Turn the waxer/polisher over so that the polishing disc 2 is pointing upwards. 2. Place the bonnet 5 6 over the buffing plate 2 . Ensure that the bonnet 5 6 is placed centrally and taughtly onto the buffing plate. Q Applying wax/polish with the terry bonnet 1. Always use high quality products for waxing. j Follow the working methods given on the packaging. 2. Apply the wax/polish directly on the working surface of the terry bonnet 5 . j Spread the wax/polish so that it forms a thin, even, complete coating over the terry bonnet 5 . Note: Too much wax does not necessarily achieve a better finish and you will have to spent more time later removing the coating. 3. Spread the wax evenly right up to the edge of the terry bonnet 5 . Q Switching on the device and waxing/polishing the paintwork Note: The paintwork to be polished must be carefully cleaned and completely dry. If necessary, use a paintwork cleaner. Use products that are appropriate for the demands on and condition of your paintwork. Heavily oxidised paintwork will require the use of a special cleaner. For this use a combined product (cleaner + wax). 1. Place the waxer/polisher on the surface to be polished. Note: To avoid the splattering of wax or polish, do not switch the appliance on yet. Dab the appliance a few times at various points on the area to be buffed. In this way you can ensure that excess wax/polish is once more distributed evenly over the terrycloth bonnet and the area to be buffed. 2. Take both appliance grips 1 firmly in your hands and switch the appliance on by pressing the On/OFF switch 3 (see also Fig. B). 3. Guide the waxer/polisher evenly over the paintwork (see Fig. C). Note: Do not press on the waxer/polisher! The self-weight of the waxer/polisher alone applies sufficient pressure for the waxing/polishing process. 4. Switch the appliance off before you remove it from the area being buffed. To do this, release the On/OFF switch 3 . j Any difficult to reach corners or recesses may have to be completed later by hand. Take the terry bonnet 5 off the waxer/polisher and use the bonnet for the corners and recesses. Q Polishing or removing wax with the synthetic polishing bonnet Note: The wax/polish must be allowed to dry on sufficiently to produce the best polishing performance. Otherwise any polish that is still fluid will be smeared by the polishing bonnet. j Use the synthetic polishing bonnet 6 for final polishing or removing the wax. j When working, always follow the instructions for u...

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