Points to Note for Repair and Maintenance of Electric Tools
Installation, maintenance, maintenance, and aftermarket of electric tools: five issues that should be paid attention to in terms of workplace, electrical safety, personal safety, use and maintenance of electric tools.

Problems to Pay Attention to in Repair and Maintenance of Electric Tools

1, work space
A) Please keep the work area clean and well lit. Chaos and dark work areas can cause accidents.
B) Please refrain from using power tools such as flammable liquids, gases or dust in an environment that is explosive. The spark generated by the power tool may ignite dust and gas.

2, electric safety

(a) The power outlet must match the power plug of the power tool. Under no circumstances can the power plug be modified. Do not use any sockets with public grounding. Unmodified plugs and suitable sockets can reduce the risk of electric shock.
(b) Avoid contact with ground surfaces such as plumbing, heating, cooking stoves and refrigerators. If your body is grounded, it will increase the risk of electric shock.
C) Keep equipment away from rain and humidity. Ingestion of electric tools increases the risk of electric shock.
D) Please do not move the power cord to other uses, such as lifting, hanging tools or pulling the plug out of the socket. Keep the power cord away from heat sources, grease stains, sharp edges, or tool parts in motion. Damaged or twisted power cord increases the risk of electrocution.
E) When using power tools outdoors, use the extended power cord allowed for outdoor use. Using extended power cord suitable for outdoor use can reduce the risk of electrocution.

3, personal security

A) Please stay awake, focus on your work, and use the power tools sensibly. Do not use power tools when you are tired or affected by narcotics, alcohol, or drugs. The momentary distraction of attention when using power tools can cause serious damage.
B) Wear personal protective gear and always wear a protective eye mask. Wear personal protective gear, such as dust masks, skid safety shoes, safety caps or noise protective earmuffs, in accordance with the form and characteristics of electric tools to reduce the risk of injury.
C) Please avoid inadvertently opening the equipment. Before inserting the plug into the socket, make sure the switch is set at the "off" position. When moving or carrying a power tool, plugging it into the power supply can cause an accident if the finger is placed on the switch or the switch is in an open position.
D) Please remove and remove the adjusting screwdriver or wrench before opening the power tool. A tool or wrench that touches a rotating piece of equipment may cause life damage.
E) Please do not overestimate yourself. Always be careful to stand safely and maintain balance. This will ensure that you can better control the power tool in the event of an accident.
F) Please wear the right clothes. Don't wear clothes and accessories that are too wide. Keep your hair, clothes and gloves away from the working parts. Loose clothing accessories or long hair may be involved in moving parts.
G) if the purchased equipment includes a vacuuming or collection system, please connect and use the equipment correctly. The use of these devices can reduce the hazards caused by dust.

4, the use and maintenance of power tools

A) Please don't overload the power tools. Please select the appropriate power tools according to the job requirements. Using the right power tools at a rated speed will allow you to do your job better and more safely.
B) Do not use power tools with broken switches. All power tools that can not be controlled by switches are dangerous and must be repaired.
C) Please remove the plug from the socket before adjusting equipment, changing accessories or storage equipment. These safety standards prevent the equipment from accidentally starting.
D) Please place power tools that are not used in places that are not accessible to children. Please do not allow people who are not aware of the power tool or who have not read this instruction to operate the power tool. It is dangerous for untrained people to use power tools.
E) Please maintain the power tools carefully. Check to see if there are any errors in adjustments, delays in moving parts, breakage of parts and any other conditions that may affect the proper operation of the power tool. A faulty power tool must be repaired before it can be used. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained power tools.
F) Please keep the cutting tool sharp and clean. With a sharp blade, after careful maintenance of cutting tools, more difficult to be stuck, easier to operate.

G) Please select power tools, accessories, replacement tools, etc. according to the design purpose of the specific power tool, taking into account the work environment and type of operation, as required by the operation instructions. Applying power tools to work beyond the scope of design could pose a risk.

5.Maintenance and use of battery power tools

A) Make sure the switch is closed before loading the battery. Loading the battery into an open power tool can cause an accident.
B) Please use the charger specified by the manufacturer to charge the battery. A charger for one battery may cause a fire when charging another.
C) Please use only specially designated batteries in the power tool. The use of other batteries may cause injury and fire risk.
D) Please keep unused batteries away from office clips, coins, keys, nails, nuts or other small metal objects that may cause short circuits. Electrode short circuits may cause combustion or even fire.
E) improper use of batteries may lead to liquid outflow. Please avoid contact with these liquids. Rinse with water as soon as contact. If liquid enters the eye, please seek medical attention immediately. The discharge of liquid may cause skin irritation or burn