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///A TO I}I CHAINSAWDRILL ATTACHMENT

OPERATOR/OWNERMANUAL "AUGER-STOP"MODEL 7100&n00


The Atom Drill Attachmentallowsall small,mediumand standard,gasoline powerheads, chainsaw to be into a handypower{ulprofessional converted drilling machine.It will drill holesup to a diameterof 32mm(l%") in wood.The Atom Drill Attachment automaticallyreverses its direction of rotation to anti-clockwise(counter clockwise) when it is pulledback. This modelhasAUGER-STOPfeaturewhich when activated stops the auger jams in the timber rotationif the augersuddenly

CONTENTS
,.} INTRODUCTION PARTS& CONTROLS 2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3-6 ASSEMBLING & FITTING 6-7 FUEL MIX & FUELLING 8 STARTTNG INSTRUCTIONS8 & STOPPING OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 8-10 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR T2 AUGERSTOPADJUSTMENT 9 - lI INFORMATION WORKSHOP (a) Trouble shooting ll (b) Augersharpening l2 (c) Chainlubrication t2 (d) Sprocket removal t2
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(e) Gear lubrication (f) Maintenancechart (g) Generalrepairs WARRANTY AND PURCHASE DETAILS

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SAFETYWARNINGS
TI{E PIJRPOSE OF SAFETYWARNINGS AND NOTES IS TO ATTRACT YOUR ATTENTION TO POSSIBLE DANGERS AND TI{E E)GLANATIONS WITH TT{EM DESERVEYOUR CAREFULATTENTION AND I-]NDERSTANDING THE SAFETY DO NOT BY TMMSELVES WARNINGS ELIMINATE ANY DANGER. THE INSTRUCTIONS OR WARNINGSTI{EY FOR GIVE ARE NOT ST'BSTITUTES PROPER ACCIDENT PREVENTIONMEASURES

THIS MANUAL IS IMPORTANT DO NOT THROW AWAY Manual alwaysto be available for reference or instructins new operators

MAKE SURE THIS MANUAL IS READ AND BEFORE CAREFULLY UNDERSTOOD THIS STARTING OR OPERATING EQUIPMENT

INFORMATION SERVICE withinandafter Service on thispowerequipment periodcanbe performed thewarranty by any


uthorisedservicedealer

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WARNING: ,/\ {Jt NOTE: I Failureto obey a safety warning can resultin injury to vourselfand others Advisesyou of informationor instructions vital to the of the operationor maintenance equrpment.

NOTE PROOF OF PURCHASEWILL BE REQUIRED FOR WARRANTY SERVICE.SEEBACK PAGE.

INTRODUCTION This manual contains operating, safety, and workshop instructions for the Atom Drill Attachment. Pay special attention to the safety precautions outlined on pages 3 to 6. Allow only persons who understand this manual to operate your chainsaw drill attachment. To receive maximum performance and satisfaction from -vour Drill At[achment, it is important that you read and understand the maintenance and safety precautions before usrng your Drill Attachment. Contact your Atom dealer or the Atom distributor for your area if you do not understand any of the instructions in this manual. r-

PARTS

& CONTROLS

l.AryJ the Drill Attachmentis a powerful tool, and as Because

with any other powertool to reducethe risk of personal injury, some special safety precautions must be or improperuse rnay causeserious Careless observed. or evenfatal rnjury. is to continuallyimproveall of its ATOM'S philosophy products. As a result, engineering changes and improvementsare made from time-to time. If the of your Drill or the appearance operatingcharacteristics in this manual, from those described Attachmentdiffers pleasecontactyour ATOM dealer for information and assistance. at any trme ATOM Drill Attachments have been manufactured since the right to make changes ATOM reserves . wrthoutnotice 196l and sold in man)' countnes. The ne\\

on chainsaw l. Run & stop switch position depends model used. 2. The throttle control handle of the chainsaw held by the nght hand and the throttle trigeer which controls speedof engine. 3. Fuel filter cap Fuel tank, muffler, spark plug. carburefior adjustment, choke etc. Refer to your chainsaworlrler's manual. 4. Starter Handle The handleof the pull starter which is the device to start the engine. 5. Automatic clutch (under the cover) stops auger rotation when throttle trigger is released. 6. Sprocket/chain cover reduces risk of contact with drive chain. 7. Gear box with clutch and automatic reverse assembly. 8. Locking collar for attachingauger to dnll attachment. 9. Auqer. Rotateswhen enginespeedis increased. 10. AUGER-STOPstabilisine handleheld by the left hand which disengagesauger rotation when reactive forces, (twrsting action) increases. auger I l. AUGER-STOP reset lever. Resetto re-engage jamming hole. reverslng out of and drive after I 2. AUGER-STOP adjustment.

WARNING DO NOT USE THIS DRILL ATTACHMENT UNLESS YOU ARE PHYSICALLY FIT AND

AUGER-STOP model requires operators of previous Atom Drill Attachments to read and understand carefully all these instructions to become familiar rmth its operation.

WHEN DRILLING OPERATE AT LOW ENGINE SPEEDS SUFFICIENT TO DRILL TIIE HOLE.

and not Operatingyour Drill unit at excessivespeeds the not activate may instructions followrng quick enoughor at all and AUGER-STOPmechanism injury. serious therefore cause

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MTISTBE READ AND TTNDERST(X)D THESEINSTRTI(]TIONS BEFORECOMMENCING TO USETHE DRILL ATTACHMENT

WARNING
As with any other power tool it is essentialthat you first make yourself familiar with all the safety precautions that have to be taken. Never take risks which could endanger-vourselfor others. You should strictly observe theseJimplerules. DO NOT USE the Drill Attachment; unlessyou have proper balance, a firm and safe footing, and a firm and steady grip on the clean and dry chainsawhandle and drill attachment AUGER-STOP handle. Do not over reach. Ifyou do not have a firm grip and/or your feet are not securely placed in a firm position (e.g. on slippery ground; in tree branches: on ladder. chair. makeshiftplatform; etc). injury can dccur. If drilling higher than your shoulder height above ground level- then you must stand only in a hydraulic bucket ("cherry -picker"). Anything else. such as standingon ladders.tree branches.etc, is forbidden due is dangerous. to risk of injury. Fig. 2. Over-reaching

WARNING
An improperly maintainedAUGER-STOP may increase the time neededto stop the auger rotation, or it may not activate at all. The auger stop can only function if the AUGER-STOP handle is held very firmly and is kept in good working condition. The spring tension adjustment must also be set correctly to suit tlpe of timber, size of auger.operatoretc (seeOPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Page9).

WARNING
REACTIVE FORCES, TWISTING ACTION Reactive (twisting) forces with the powerheadand drill attachmentma-voccur at any time the auger is rotating. Reactive forces can be dangerous! In any drilling machine, the powerftrl rotational torque used to drill rvood works againstthe operator. SeeFig. 4

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REACTIVEFORCE(TWISTING\
WHEN DRILLING

When usrng the chainsaw Dnll Attachment the AUGER-STOP handle as illustrated in Fig 3a must be used and held firmly' with your left hand. and your right hand must have a firm grip on the chainsaw powerheadrear handle. The AUGER-STOP handle is interconnected with AUGER-STOP system which is designedto reduce the risk of reactive force injury if activated in certain situations by instantly stopping the rotation of the auger the moment it suddenly Jams or drill unit twists when drilling. In order for the AUGER-STOP to reduce the risk of rnjury it must be properl-vmaintained.in good working order and adjusted correctl-vto operate in the conditions of drilling work being undertaken.

(TWISTING) REACTIVE FORCE WHEN REVERSING AI,IGER

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If the rotating auger is suddenlystoppedby contact with any solid object like a wood knot, split, nail or cross hole, the reactive forces twisting the chainsaw/drill attachmentmay occur instanth'. These reactive twisting forces could result in loss of control of the chainsaw/drill attachment. An understanding of the causesof these reactive (twisting) forces will help you avoid lossof control. The greater the force of the kickback reaction,the more diffi;uh it becomesfor the operator to control the drill unit. By stopping the auger rotation the AUGER-STOP reduces this risk. If the enginestops or the auger bit jams tight in the drill hole. do not restart the engine until I'ou have taken all

precautions. safetl' Pagel0 INSTRUCTIONS

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OPERATTNG

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Proper clothing and equipment is necessary for operation of the drill attachment.Clothing must be snug-fitting,but allow completefreedomof movement. Fig 5 powerhead Checkchainsaw carefullyfor brokenor worn parts e.g. handles, casing,antivibration fittings, worn rubbersor brokenor stretched springs.Replacemissing parts.See maintenance chartPage12. Engrnenoise may damageyour hearing. Wear sound barriers (ear plugs or ear mufflers) to protect your hearing.Continual and regular users should have their hearing checkedregularly. Repair or replacedamaged mufflers.

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WARNING
At correct idle speedthe auger should not rotate. For directionsto adjust idle speed,see the appropriate sectionof the chain saw owner'smanual. DO NOT USE CHAINSAW POWERHEAD IF IDLE IS NOT SET CORRECTLY, OR ENGINE CUTS OUT OR RUNS ERRATICALLY, THROTTLE OR TRIGGER JAMS OR STICKS AND DOES NOT ALLOW ENGINE TO IDLE WHEN RELEASED. Before instalhng spare parts, make sure that only original parts are used. The chain guard of the drill attachment must always be fitted in position when you usethe drill attachment. You may endangeryourself and others if you use non-approved andattachments. accessories Fig.6. Keepchildrenandanimalsclearof the machine.

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WARNING
Your drill unit is a one-person unit. Do not allow other personsto be near the drill unit (Fig. 6) Start and operateyour drill unit without assistance. Use correct (Fig. 7a) Do not startrngtechruque "drop start" the unit (Fig 7b). Bystanders, especiallychildren and anirnalsshould not be allowedin the areawherea drill unit is in use.Never let the enginerun unattended. Store it in a lockedplace away from children and empty the fuel tank before storing for longer than a few days Do not store where nakedflamesor electricappliances areused. Do not lend, rent, sell or disposeof your drill attachmentwithout this operators manual. Be sure that anyoneusing your drill attachmentunderstands the informationcontained in this Manual.

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The drill attachment may only be used for the purpose describedin this manual. Carefully check the area around the planned hole and clear away everything that could catch on the auger bit

WARNING Bystanders must be kept at least3 metres(10ft) away from the work area. Minors or non fit personsshould Gasoline is an extremely flammable fuel. Use extreme neverbe allowedto usea drill unit. caution when handlinggasolineor fuel mix. Do not smoke or bring any fire or flamenearthe fuel. (Fig. 8).
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (continued)


WARNING
Prolonged use of Drill uruts (or other machines) exposlngthe operator to vibrations may produce Whitefinger disease(Rayraud's phenomenon)or carpal tunnel syndrome. These conditions reduce the hand's Fig.8 ability to feel and regulate temperature, produce Fuelling Instructions numbnessand burning sensations*d *u1' n"*" "uui" Fuel your chain saw powerheadin well-ventilated areas and circulation damage and tissue necrosis Many or outdoors only power head models are available with an anti-vibration Always shut off the engine and allow it to cool before system designed to reduce engrne vibration. An refuelling. Relieve fuel tank pressure by loosening fuel anti-vrbration system is recommendedfor those using cap slowly' this equipmenton a regular or sustainedbasis. Selectbare ground for fuelling and move at least l0 feet (3m) from fuellrrg spot before starting the engine. Anti-vibration systems do not guaranteethat you will Check for fuel leakage while refuelling and dururg not sustainWhitefinger disease.Therefore continual and operation. If fuel or oil leakageis found, do not-sLartor regular users should monitor closely the condition of run the engine until leak is fixed and spilled fuel has their hands and fingers. If any of the above symptoms beenwiped away' appear, seekmedical advice immediately. Tighten the fuel cap after filling to avoid spillage and m trot and exposedsunny conditions always wear a hat risk offire' for protection against skin cancer and use a good brand Start and run the engineso that you do not breathein of sunscreenforfurtherprotection. cxhaustgases.The dnll attachmenrmusr nor be operated lffil inconfinedspaces(riskofinhalingpoisonousfumes!)Er.jiiE| Avoid stumbling on obstaclessuch as sfumps, roots or rocks and watch out for holes or ditches. Be extremell' WARNING cautious when working on slopes or uneven ground. Do not operate a Drill unit when you are fatigued. Be There is increased danger of slipping on freshly alert - If you get tired while operating your Drill unit debarkedloss.

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have any condition that might be aggravated by strenuouswork, check with your doctor before operating a drill unit. Only operate the drill unit when you have rested, in good physical condition and mentally alert. Do not consume alcoholwhenworking. Fig. 9.

Always hold the drill attachment firmly and correctly with both hands as illustrated when the engine is running. Place your left hand on AUGER-STOP handle and your right hand on chainsaw powerheadrear handle and throule trigger. Left-handers should follow this instructiontoo. SeeFig 3.

Wrap your fingers tightll, around the handles, keeping the handlescradled betweenyour thumb and forefinger. With your hands in this position, you can best oppose and absorb the push, pull and twisting forces without losing control (see section on reactive forces, Page 3). Make sure your handlesand grip are in good condition

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Never use the Drill Attachment with one hand. You cannot control the reactive forces and vou will lose control of the unit.

WARNING
DO NOT USE THIS DRILL ATTACHMENT UNLESS YOU ARE PHYSICALLY FIT AND STRONG.

Switch chainsaw ignition to OFF before fitting auger to drill attachment. Keep the attachment in a properly maintainedcondition and only use sharp auger bits.

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IF THE ENGINE STOPSWHILE DRILLING DO NOT RESTART AS SERIOUS INJURY COULD OCCUR. SEE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS PAGE IO.
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WARNING
Never touch an auger with your hand or any part of your body when the engine is running, even when the auger is not rotating. The auger continuesto rotate for a short period after the throttle trigger is releaseduntil the automatic clutch disengages.

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TRANSPORTINGTHE DRILL ATTACHMENT

WARNING
Always stop the engine before putturg a Drill unit down or carrying it. Carrying a drill unit by hand wrth the engine running is extremely dangerous. Accidental accelerationofthe enginecan causethe auger to rotate. Grip the front handle of the saw and place the muffler at the side away from the body (Fig 10). When carrying your saw the auger should be behind you. During operation, the powerhead muffler and the material around it reach extremely high temperatures. Avoid touching the hot muffler, you could receive serious burns. A worn, holed or damagedmuffler could cause excessive heat to be blown on the rear of the Drill afiachment and causedamage (or a fire). Do not drill any material other than wood or wooden objects. Use your drill for dnlling only. It is not designed for pryLngor shovelling away limbs, roots or other objects. When drilling, make sure that the auger does not touch any foreign materials such as rocks, wire, nails and the like. Such objects may damagethe auger or cause the drill unit to twist suddenly (Reactive force). Before commencing work adjust AUGER-STOP reaction trme to suit job. SeeOperating lnstructions Page9. In order to keep control of your drill always maintain a proper balance and a firm foothold. Never work on a ladder, in a tree or on any other insecuresupport. Never heieht. Never over rn a vehicle,keepchain use the drill unit above shoulder By vehicle:Whentransportmg reach.SeeFig.2.

Properlysecureyour Drill unit to and auger covered. prevent turning over, fuel spillage and damageto the ALWAYS HOLD THE DRILL UNIT WITH THE at all trmes Drill unit.Keepdrill unit clean DO NOT OPERATE YOUR DRILL I.'NIT WITH THE STARTING HALF THROTTLE LOCK ENGAGED ALWAYS ALLOW ENGINE TO IDLE DRILLING BEFORE

LEFT HAND ON THE AUGER-STOP STABILISER HANDLE AND THE RIGFTT HAND ON THE THROTTLE CONTROL HANDLE.See Fig.3a Page3. OPERATE AT LOW SPEEDS SUFFICIENT TO DRILL THE HOLE

ASSEMBLII\G & FITTING THE DRILL ATTACHMENT


FITTING TO VARIOUS CHAINSAWS Check that this drill attachment has the same chain pitch as your chainsaw. A chain pitch measuringgauge is on the side of the drill carton. The drill attachment is availableto suit the following chain pitch sizes:To Suit Chain Sawswith: Remove saw chain and guide bar from the chainsaw.by' unscrewingbar stud nuts. A. On chainsaws-(2or I bar studs)On some chainsaw models it may be necessary to unscrew the bumper spike. Select the correct fitting nylon bar spacer rings or rectangular spacer supplied (ll) and fit over the guide bar mounting studs (10) Fig. 1l Page7. B. Fitting to powerhead.SeeFigs. 1la, 1lb, 12 & 13 l. Fit the chain bar (l) on the drilhng head(2). 2. Fit sprocketby removing nut (3) and 2 washers leaving 3 washerson shaft. 3. Fit sprocket(4) and rotate so that hole tn sprocket lines up with hole in drill body. SeeFig. I lb Page7 . 4. Fit2 washersand nut. 5. Insert allen key or screwdriver in sprockethole and tighten nut tight. -6-

404 PitchChain 3/8LP(Low Profile) 3/8"PitchChain Picco .325PitchChain Each ATOM drill attachmentcomespackedwith the followurgparts:- I Dnll Attachment unit, I Sprocket & spacerwashers,I Drive chain (with lorning links), I Guidebar to suit chainsaw,4 Hex headscrews,I Allen key Vo",I Chainguard,2 Setsof nylonbar spacers for replaceable 2 & | bar stud chainsaws, overloadshear pin. I operator manual. [Low gear reduction professional models addrtionally havea noseconeand 3 scrcws].

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6. Slidebar up as closeaspossible to sprocket without touching.This will allow for forward movement of the drill body for adjustment later. Tighten4 bar hex screws. 7. Check that drill sprocket is in line with bar. SeeFig. l la below.Useextraspacer washer or reverse sprocket ifnecessary to ahgn 8. Back offthe powerhead chaintensioning screwas far as possibleby turning it counterclockwise (to the left). The bar mustnot touchthe powerhead sprocket (a). The pegof the chaintensioning screwto engage rrrthebar'slocating hole(5). If thebar'slocatrng hole doesnot line up thenfile or drill a new hole.Or temporarilyremove the tensionadjustingscrewfrom the saw andobtaintensionby pulling or leveringthe drill attachment awayfrom the powerhead whilst tightening the bar studnuts.SeePage8 Fig.15. 9. Checkchainfor length.Ifnecessary shorten by one dnve link and rejoin. If chainis notjoined seePage8 Fig 14. l0.On some models you may haveto file or re-workend of guidebar to fit. I l.Placecutterless drivechainoverthe sprockets andin the bar groove.Make surethe drive tangs(6) are in thebar groove- SeeFig. lIa & 12. l2.Fit thepowerhead sprocket cover(7) on the bar mountingstud(s)and fingertightenthe nut(s) (8) (Figs 12& 13) l3.Turn powerhead chainbar tensioning screw clockwise(on somesawsit is on the chainguard) or if adjustrng pull drill attachment screwremoved forward and up awayfrom powerhead body. Fig. 15 Page8 until chainis tight againstunderside of bar. Make surethat drive link tangs(6) are in the bar (Fig. l la). groove l4.Tightenthe chainsaw bar studnut(s)(8). The chain shouldbe ableto be pulled aroundwith 2 hands (slightlytight to allow for stretch). Page8 Fig 15. Slidechaincover(9) on drill body. Fig.1lb

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TI{E FIRST IO MIITUTES ARE DECISryE FOR TIIE LIFE OF YOT]R CHAIN. NEVER START DRILLING WITH A IYEW CHAIN. FIRST LET TITf, CHAIN RUN IN FOR A FEW MII\iUTES AT JUST ABOVE IDLE SPEED, THEN STOP ENGIIYE AI\ID RE-TENSION CIHIN. CHECK CHAIN TENSION FREQITENTLY PARTICUI,ARLY DT]RING FIRST FEW MID{UTES OF DRILLING AND FIRST IIALF TIOI]R OF OPERATION AI\ID RX-TENSION AS REQUIRED. THE CHAIN WILL STRETCH IMMEDIATELY AI\ID THDN A LITTLE MORE BEFORE IT IS ''BROKEN IN''. CHAIN TENSION IS CORRECT WHEN IT FITS SI{UGLY AGAINST THE UNDERSIDE OF THE BAR BUT CAIY STILL BE PIJLLED ALONG TIIE BAR BY HAIYD. SLIGHT CHAIN ADJUSTMENT CAI{ ALSO BE MADE BY SLACKENING IIEX SCREWS (4) AND INCREASING GAP BETWEEN SPROCKET AI\[D BAR. FIG. 13. (RETIGHTEN SCREWS) FAILIIRE TO RE-TENSION CHAIN WTTL RESULT IN TIIE CHAIN JUMPING OUT OF TIIE BAR GROOVE WITH RESULTANT DAMAGE TO THE DRIVE LIITKS (SEE 7 PAGE 1l). The chain must always be adequately lubricated. See

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SHORTEN CHAIN BY GRINDINGRIVET HEAD AND PTINCHINGTHRU

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Lift Drill body up and pull oul before tightening bar nuls

Further chain adjustrnent can be made by loosening 4 hex screwsand pulling drill forward.

FUEL MIX & FUELLNG


FUEL MIX powerhead. Follow instructionssuppliedwith chainsaw Only mix sufficientfuel for a few days'work - storern approved safety-type canisters.
GASOUIYE IS DGLOSIVE NOT II{HALE VAPOI]R - HAI\DLE CAREFTJLLY. DO

Take care when handhng gasoline. Avoid direct contact wrth the skin and avoid inhaling fuel vapor. Before fuelling, clean the filler cap and the area around it to ensurethat no dirt falls into the tank.

WARNING
Do not spill gasoline over a hot engineotherwise fire or explosion may occur. Do not smokeor light matches.

WARNING

Screwthe fuel can cap on tightly and thoroughlyshake themixture for 30 seconds beforefuelling your machine. WARNING Pressure may build up in the fuel canister. Remove fuel Fill or add fuel to the tank only when the charnsaw cap slowly to avoid inj.rry from fuel spray powerheadhas cooled and has been placed in a firm Cleanthe fuel tank andcanisterfrom time to time. gasoline. position.Cleanyour hands afterhandhng

STARTING & STOPPING INSTRUCTIONS


Follow instructions supplied with charnsawpowerhead. Follow instructions in your chainsaw operator manual. Check the powerheadbefore operation according to the maintenanceand instructions in the chainsaw powerhead manual. DO NOT operatethe powerheaduntil these instructions have been followed.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Inspectthe power head and drill attachment to ensure guard place, in no loose that they are complete:Chain screwsetc., chaintensionmust be correctand adequate fuel andoil in the tank. Select auger bit size to suit diameter of hole to be drilled. lnsert auger bit into shaft with the flat on its shankpointing towards the grub screw. Tighten down thegrub screwwith the allenkey provided. SeeFig. 16. Check that auger-stop re-set lever is in the "ON" position. ReduceAUGER-STOPhandle tension by unscrewing anticlockwise(counter clockwise) adjusting bolt until loose. Fig. 17. See Fig. 16

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COMBINATION STABILISER HANDLE/AUGER DRILLING STOP POSITION As the operator is holding the AUGER-STOP handle whendrilhng, any reactiveforce (twisting) occursin the drill body, forcing the drill bodyto twist agarnst a spring (AUGER-STOPadjustment spnng) As the increased twisting forcescompress the springthe AUGER-STOP ./ handlereleases a pawl ratchetwhich disengages a spring tensionedlever, operatesa c:rm and clutch systemand ,rrtt/ puts the drill unit rnto neutral gear thus stopping the LEVER TO RESET augerfrom rotatrng.Keephandsand fingersaway from BY HOLDINGFRONT \@ AUGER-STOPmechanism at all times unlesssettins CHAINsAW HANDLE WITH RIGHT HAND & AUGER-STOP. PIILLING LEVERACROSS

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The auger stops rotating only in clockwiserotation. The Drill will still work in the reverserotation which DOES NOT have AUGER-STOP feature. Only operate enginespeedto turn auger at a steadyfeed rate. DO NOT operate engine speed at high revolutions. ADJUSTING AUGER-STOPREACTION TIME leverby pullingleft to reset. l. Engage AUGER-STOP (counter2. Turn springadjusting screwanticlockwise pressure).Fig. 17. clockwise) until loose(minimum not 3. Dnll hole.If AUGER-STOP activates when jammrng pressure increase on spnnglra adjusting is satisfied screwhalf a tum at a time until operator at reactiontime. 4. Adjustto suit conditions anddrilling beingdone. 5. Re-adjust if timber,augersizeor otherconditions chanse. Different operators, timber typesand augersizesrequire

AT]GER.STOP ACTIVATED POSITION (Drill stopsrotation)

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I nscrew for lesspressureto activate ATIGER.STOP to Turn clockwise lbr more pressure activate AIIGER-STOP

HAND HOLDING AGAINST REACTI\E FORCES ACTIVATES ATIGER-STOP

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Spnng settlngis correct when eachindividual operator pressure on stabiliserhandleactivatrng feels rncreased AUGER-STOP.AUGER-STOPwill NOT operateif spring tension too high, that is screwedin too far. Different operators, auger size and t1pe, different timbers all activate auger stop at different spring tension. Adjust to suit each operator and every condition.

RF,ACTIVE (TWISTING) FORCE WHEN DRILLING

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WARNING
When you observe or know you are working in difficult situation or timbers, very hard, split, etc, spnng adjustmentpressureon AUGER-STOP handle should be lessened by turning adjustment screw anticlockwrse (counterclockwise)so that AUGER-STOP reaction time occurs earlier and more sensitivein use. Always drill at a speedto do the job. Over-rewing of powerhead can be dangerous.

WARNING
Drilling vertically downwards in some situations, the additional weight of the power head and extra pressure created by the operator pushing down vertically may be greater than the spring pressure to activate AUGER-STOP. Always drill carefully when drilltng vertically downwards. Drill slowly allowing auger to pull into timber. DO NOT put pressureon drill. -9-

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WARNING

JAMMED AUGERS

AUGER-STOP FEATURE ONLY WORKS TN FORWARD (DRTLLTNG) ROTATTON rT WrLL Use the following procedure if auger becomesjammed NOT OPERATE IN REVERSE very tight. Run engine a little faster than idle speed without Start engineand allorv to idle while locating the auger in engaging chain saw clutch If AUGER-STOP not position for drilling the hole. If engine'sidling speedis activatedpull drill back about 5mm (%")-thisputs it into correctly adjusted.the auger doesnot rotate. neutral gear. Keep a firm grip on the machine, accelerateengine to Push powerhead/attachmenttowards the wood and 3/4 maximum revs and pull back attachment very increasethe power to drill the hole. For deep holes drill quickly. This enables clutch to engage fully and the only 50 to 75mm (2-3") at a time and clear the auger suddenadditional torque should reversethe auger out of frequently by pulling the attachment into reverse gear, the hole thus preventing overloading and auger binding in the WARNING hole with wood chips Auger-Stop/Stabiliser handle if set correctly rvill automatically stop rotation of auger if overloading or WARNING lamming is starting to occur Only drill at speeds If auger jams very hard and the procedure above sufficient to turn auger. does not free the auger, or if the POWERHEAD ENGINE STOPS while drilling wood, e.g. no gasoline. WARNING refer to the following: NEVER ATTEMPT TO START Do not re-set AUGER-STOP until after reversingauger THE ENGINf, WHf,N THf, AUGER IS IN THE out of timber. WOOD. STARTING THE ENGINE WILL CAUSE THE POWERIIEAD TO ROTATE SUDDENLY AND To clear the hole or withdraw the auger.allou'engineto RESULT IN Sf,RIOUSINJURY. slow down and pull attachment back towards you to Follow theseinstructions: engagereversegear. This will unscrew the auger tn an With the auger attached to the drill and the engine anticlockwise direction. Increase engine power until stopped. if powerhead fitted with chain brake, engage auger runs freely. The drill automatically changesback chain brake then go to (b). if no chain brake (a) remove to clockwise direction. or to AUGER-STOP (non sprocket chain cover, insert screwdriver or rod through rotation of auger) if it was activated. Re-set sprocket hole and align with hole provided in body of drill attachment;(b) pull back the entire powerheadand AUGER-STOP (if activated)after removal from hole. turn drill attachmentcounterclockwise(in reversegear) until auger is completely'withdrawn from the wood. See WARNING AUGER-STOP is activated only if operator holds stabiliser handle. It will not operate if operator holds both handlesof chainsawpowerhead.

WHEN OPERATING TN REVERSEKEEP A VERY FIRM HOLD OF DRILL I.JNITAS AUGER-STOP DOESNOT ACTIVATE IN REVERSE

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If AUGER-STOP is set correctly the operator will get the feel of the twisting force increasing while drilling and then should reverse and clear out hole and recorunencednlling. AUGER-STOP will not operate until such time as reactiveforces are allowed to increase Pull attachmentback and tum (and adjustment spring set correctly).Once substantiall-v to unscrew luger drilling technique is masteredAUGER-STOP should \ Fig. 19 onl-v be activated when jamming or sudden trvisting force occurs.ResetAUGER-STOP CAM LEVER after rcversinsout of hole.Then reconmence drillins WHEN DRILL ATTACHMENT IS NOT IN USE, RELIEVE

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TROUBLE SHOOTING
7. Chain jumps off sprocket PREVENT DAMAGE AND PREMATURE WEAR 1. Drill sprocket, chain or bar wear: Chain too slack. Retension frequently, especially when lncorrect alignment of bar chain and sprocket. new. SeePage 7 . Damaged chain drive links. Once drive links are Wrong pitch chain or sprocket fitted. Drive link thicknesstoo thin should be .063 not .050. damaged they have to be filed to fit bar groove, or damageddrive links replaced. Chain too looseor overtensioned. Total lack of lubrication. Chain requires same amount Wrong pitch of chain, drill sprocket or powerhead sprocket.Fit correct parts. of oil as a bicycle chain. powerhead new which causes chain to Chain not in line with bar. Use slums or spacerrings to Worn sprocket stretch excessivelyand results in drill sprocket wearing align sprocketwith bar - SeeFig. 13, Page7 . Powerheadsprocketbadly wom. rapidly. Replacedrill sprocket if bent or twisted. 2. Auger will not drill Re-setAUGER-STOP. 8. AUGER-STOP doesnot work: Handle doesnot pivot. Auger sharpened incorrectly. Sprittg tension adjustedtoo high. Reducespring tension Auger filed on outsideedgesrnsteadof inside edges. If handle still does not pivot, remove handle from end auger- seePage 12,Fig.20. Auger is blunt. Sharpen cap, clean and greasethe outside of end cap and back Worn dog clutch. (SeePage I3). reassemble Shear pin has broken, replace. If it breaks again, plate assembly, attachmentis being misusedor overloadedand AUGER- If spring adjusting screw is fully screwed in and auger stop is always activated change.spring. STOP support handlenot being used correctly. Spr-g not activating pawl. Spring on AUGER-STOP cam lever arm not strong 3. Attachment will not drive the auger enough. or overstretched. Relieve pressure of AUGER-STOP not set in drill position. Re-set. AUGER-STOP cam arm spring when not in use by Auger is blunt. Sharpenauger - seePage 12, Fig. 20. activating AUGER-STOP. No internal lubrication, gears seizedor broken. worn. Replace. pn#40907 Pawl back plate engagement broken. Shear Dog clutch cannot engage Wrong assembly or missulg parts e.g push rods inside end cap. Constant breaking of shear pin indicates wrong type of Check length of all springs. Replace if stretched or pin fitted, auger stop handle disconnectedor not used. SeeFig. 29. shortened. Overloading. Loose nuts holding back plate - re-tighten. 4. Attachment will not reverse If auger is small and especially in soft or mushy woods it is easily withdrawn without reversegear engaging. No lubrication, gears seized. Disassemble the attachment- clean. lubricate and reassemblewith about t/acup of free flowing or self levelling grease. Shear pin in dog clutch broken, replace. If it breaks repeatedly, attachment is being misused or overloaded and AUGER-STOP handle is not being used correctly. 5. Wrong main shaft spring fitted Will make AUGER-STOP inoperative. Will causeprematurewear of clutch dogs. 6. Worn clutch dog teeth Auger is blunt Auger is too large (greaterthan I %" (32mm) diameter). Saw overpowered for attachment (saws wrth 90cc or larger displacement) Abusive operation. Continuous overloading of attachmentdue to very hard wood or large augers. 9. Anti vibration hand grip: Replace rubbers if perished or damaged. Do not overtighten screws. Allow sufficient movement for rubbers to work. 10. Handle and end cap worn: Usually due to dnll operatlng rn very dirty gritty conditions or exposing drill unit on back of truck in dusty drivrng conditions. Keep unit clean, remove back plate and AUGER-STOP handle. Clean and re-grease surf,aces. CHAINSAW POWERHEAD Refer to owner's manual supplied with chainsaw powerhead.

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SHARPENING AUGER BIT (4")extra slimtaper
Correcl Wrong
Oo not lile oulsrde edges as this will make auger dull and cause it to iam.

file. Snap the non-toothed end of the file with a pair of pliers or in a vice. Securethe auger in a vice as close to the end as possible. Only file the rnsideedge(shown in Fig 20). Only use the end of the file with short l3mm (%") strokes.When the file end becomesdull, break enoughoffto get a fresh filing edge. If the correct sharpening procedure is followed the cutting edgeswill be as sharp as your saw chain teeth. Once they become dull they should be resharpenedas described.

Fig.20

CHAIN LUBRICATION @quately

lubricated. Since

GEAR LUBRICATION
Gear caseis pre-lubricated.Only requireslurication if being repaired.SeeWorkshop Information.

thechainis usedfor transmission lessoil only it needs than a cutting chain.You may drill a holein the charn oil supply,but usuallyit is bar if you wishto increase not necessary asthe oil finds its way from the powerhead down the sideof the bar and onto the chain if necessary. Usea heavyoil to reduce oil usage SPROCKET REMOVAL @procketbyhanduntil roundholein sprocket exposes a similarholein the attachment housing. Insertscrewdriver or allenkey into these to lock the sprocket. Then supplied two holes nut. Nut hasnormalrighthand unscrew the sprocket for straightness or wear on thread.Examine the sprocket flats in centerhole.If worn, fit a new sprocketof correct procedure pitchandpart number. Reverse to assemble andtightendownsecurely.

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MAINTENANCE CHART
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Different chainsaw powerheads may have ditierent parts and controls

Visual inspection(condition, leaks)

;lean lhrottle trigger,safety throttle lock iffitted, ;too switch )rive Chain& GuideBar larburettor A,llaccessible screws and nuts(not adjusting ;crews) Rubber vibration buffers \uger {UGER-STOP adjustment spring latchet spring -am arm sprmg plateassembly Sack Checkoperation Checktension Replace - Auser mustnot rotate Checkidle adiustment Retiehten
InsDect

x x
X X X X

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Check if in eood condition
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heck if in good condition

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Checkifin goodconditionand not loose

whennot in use AUGER-STOP xx And relievepressueby activattng

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WORKSHOP INFORMATION
DISASSEMBLY OF ATTACHMENT Identif'parts with the aid of partslist anddisassemble theattachment as follows: Remove dnll attachment with bar from saw.Withguide bar attached to drill headhold guidebar in jaws of vice or similarclamp. REMOVING SPROCKET& PINION Remove drill sprocket andspacer rings- SeeFig. 2l P12.Usecirclip pliersor othersuitable tool to remove - seeFig.22. crrclip #40910 Fig.25
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To remove pinion shaft.- refit the sprocket and nut on the shaft after removing the circlip. Now use two screwdriversto lever out the pinion shaft-seeFig. 23 - or grip shaft on two flats in vrce jaws (wrthout sprocket) and lever or tap gently body sideways- seeFig. 24.

REMOVING MAIN S}IAFT


Pull out 3 cam push rods. Wilh screwdriver against studs in end cap unscrew in CLOCKWISE direction. SeeFig. 26.

Fig.23

Aligilnmt Mark

Fig.24 REMOVING AUGER-STOPHANDLE ReleaseAUGER-STOP by lifting pawl or pushing handle against to release cam. springpressure Remove 4 nylocnutson backplateassembly and removeafter slightly rotatinghandleagainstspnng - See pressure Fig.25. Fig.27 Rotatehandlebackwards andawayfrom springand remove off. spring.Slidehandle Springpressure should ejectthemainshaft assembly. Fig.27. Washpartsin kerosene for inspection.

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INSPECTIONOF PARTS
Pinionshaft: After the sprocket has been removed, the bearing #40835 can be pushedoff the pinion shaft. Saveany or rings providedfor reassembly. Inspectpinion spacers gear for damage or worn teeth and other surfaces.The or worn. The bearing dnung flats must not be damaged shouldslide onto the shaft without binding, but not too loose. lnspect circlip groove in casing for damage. lnspectpinion bush, and if worn, refit in reverseor replace. Mainshaft: Thereis a shearpn#40907 in eachdriving dog#40920 gearsanddogsfrom shaft,punchoneor both To remove pinsinto the centre #40921.Pn of the hollowmainshaft can be shakenor pushedout of shaft. If dogs are tight, tap lightly from shaft with a hammeror large tube to allow gearsto be removed.Inspectgearsand dogs for damageor excessive wear. Note: Some shine on the gear teeth indicatesnormal wear, but damagedgears must be replaced.Bearingsinside gears should slide easily on shaft without binding. Checkthat grub screw hole in shaft is not badly worn. There is an oil sealing plug inside the mainshaft. It must not leak. Check bearings for worn or missing rollers. Note installed positionof roll pins-Fig.31. Do not use old pins or solidpins.
Chain guide bar: Check bar for straightness, wear in groove and other damage. If bent, the bar may be carefully straightened with a hammer, or replaced.Clean up edgeswith a file. Chain and sprocket: Examine chain for excessive wear. This is indicated by slackness.Damaged drive links should be replaced or, where possible,deburredwith a file. Auger Stop Adjusting Screw, Nut & Washer Replaceif worn or damaged.

WARNING
The correct ATOM suppliedsprings should only be AUGER-STOP will not work correctlv. usedotherwise Fis.29 Reverse Shaft Spring 50ffi Series: #40842

M/til

WIRE DIAMETER 2.5MM 4'' TTIRNS 37MM LONG 26MM OD

Auger Stop HandleReturn Spring: #406,62


WIRE DIAMETER2.8MM 18TURNS 8OMMLONG ITMMOD

MainshaftBearingsand Oil Seals: Thrust Bearings: Two large diameter thrust bearings transmit thrust to the housing of the attachment.The back of eachmain gear is groovedto form part of the thrust bearing. A matchingthrust washer#40928 arfi Cam Return Spring: #40658 ball cage#40929areprovided Examineeachgroovefor scoringand other damage.Balls shouldnot fall out of theball cage. Fig. 28.

Fig.29

2.24MM WIREDIAMETER 20 TURNS 46MM LONG COIL 2IMMOD T3MMOVERALL LENGTH I I.I4KG TENSION AT I4OMM

Pawf Return Spring: #406,64 Fig.28

At

WIREDIAMETER IMM 76MM OVERALL LENGTH

Star Thrust BearingReturn Spring: #406,68 Radid Bearings:A roller bearing#40806at eachend WIREDIAMETERl.6Mlv{ of the attachmentensuresa long life. These bearings 7 TTIRNS 6OMMOD shouldrun freely. The shaft shouldnot be scoredby the 75MM OVERALL bearings. LENGTH Housingo End Cap and O-Ring: Inspecthousingand end cap for damage. Ensure that O-ring #40906 NOTE. Snrins drawingsabovenot to sizeor scale provides a goodseal.Checkthat bearings areheldtight; PushRod: the housingscrewthreadmust be in goodconditionand Threepushrods,checkfor wear.Lengthis i2.0mm. thereshould be no cracksor oil leaks. t4-

WORKSHOP INFORMATION (Continued)


Mainshaftassembly: - Fit onedriving dog#40920 anddrivenewroll pin #40907 to secure in 5mm(3/16")belowsurface dogto 31. Fiss. 30 & shaft. See
- Turn housing over so that short end of shaft is up and fit secondthrust ball cage#40929 and thrust washer #40928. Fit thrust beanng #40803 and star thrust washer #40670 (groove facing bearing). - Fit O-ring #40906 onto end cap #40640. Fill end cap with 60cc (half of bottle #40933) soft self levelling grease.Fit large diameterspring #40668 into end cap (SeeFig. 27 Page l3). Pushend cap over end ofshaft and screw end cap counterclockwise(lefthandthread) until nearly tight and end cap and main body #40823 marksA line up. SeeFig.27.

Fig.30

DRIVE DOG
I ^ a--------:_ 3t16"

ffi'u--'

T
N{AIN SH.A"FT

Fig.31 - Fit bearing#40806 into gear #40805.and slidegear and beanng onto shaft and to engagedog. - Fit thrust beanng #40803 onto shaft - Fit secondbearing to secondgear and slide onto shaft. - Fit seconddriving dog to shaft and drive new pin 5mm (3/16") below surface- Fig. 30 & Fig. 3l to complete assemblyto mainshaft General assemblyof attachment: - Pre-grease gearsand dog clutchesheavily with 60cc self levelling flowable grease(halfof bottle #40933) - Hold long end of mainshaft assemblyvertically and place ball cage#40929 on driving gear and thrust #40928ontop ofball cage. rvasher - Fit spring #40842. fit (smaller hole) groovedthrust rvasher#40804 - groove awa-vfrom spring - fit ball thrust bearing #40803 (check all balls are fitted). fit (largerhole) groovedthrust washer#40809 - groove facing balls. - Fit long end of shaft into roller bearing#40806 (with roller bearing cage shoulderfittrng into hole of thrust fit bearingshell #40809):and if not in bod-v. rvasher #40830over roller bearing#40806.then fit seal #40831on shaft and againstbearingshell #401i30 - While vertical, fit housing #40872 over the shaft and push shaft upwards

Fig.32
- Fit pinion assembly.Apply liquid locking medium (e.g. Loctite) to outside diameterof bearing #40835 and carefully tap (and turn) pinion so it slidesbetween bevel gears and is fully in, exposingthe circlip groove Fig. 32. Then fit circlip. - Fit 3 inner washers,sprocket,2 outer washers,and nylon locknut. SeeFig. 21. Lock sprocketwith rod or screwdriver in hole of sprocketand hole in housing and tighten nylon locknut securely.Ensurethat drill sprocket lines up with bar. Turn sprocketto ensure gearsare in mesh and turn freely but with a little tension. Fitting AUGER-STOP Handle Fit 3 push rods. .Lightly greaseinner ring of handle #40632,fit washer #40643 & return spring #40662 and, back plate assembly slide over end cap. Pre-grease #40636 and fit over 4 studs and screw up. (Reverseof Also seeFig. 25. You may have Page l3 instructions). to adlust the end cap slightly so that back plate assembly lines up with the body of the Drill Auachment (SeeFig. 27 for small line up marks "A" on end cap and on maln body) Fit to powerheadand test AUGER-STOP. Adjust tension as requiredto suit auger size and timber to be drilled RELIEVE PRESSUREOF AUGER-STOP CAM ARM SPRING WHEN NOT IN USE BY ACTIVATING AUGER-STOP.

WARNING
Always replacemissing or hard to read warning labels available as a sparepart - seeparts list.

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LIMITED

ONE Yf,AR WARRANTY

ATOM DRILL ATTACHMENT

Atom Industries (ATOM) warranls e.rch new ATOM Drill AJtachment for ONE (l) year according to the following terms. This warranty extends to the original retail purchaser only and commertces on the date oforiginal retail purchase. Any part of the ATOM Drill Attachment manufactuued or supplied by ATOM and found in the reasonablejudgement ofATOM to be defeclive in material or workmanship will be repaired or replaced by an authorised ATOM service dealer wilhout charge for parts and labour. The ATOM Drill Attachment including any defective part must be returned to an authorised service dealer within the warranty period The expense of delivering the ATOM Drill Atlachment to the dealer for warranty work and the experse of retuming it back to the owner after repair or replacement will be paid for by the ov,'ner. ATOMs responsibility in respct to claims is limited 10 making the required repairs or replacements and no claim of bneach of waranty shall be cause for cancellation or rescission ofthe conlract of sale of any ATOM Drill Attachmert. hoof of purchase will be required by the dealer to substantiale any waranty claim. All waranty work must be performed by an authorised ATOM service dealer or by Atom Industries. This warranty is limited to tbirty (30) days from the dale of original retail purchase for any ATOM Drill Attachment that is used for rental or commercial purposes, or any other income producing purpose. This warranty does not cover :my ATOM Drill Attachment that has been subject to misuse, neglec! negligenc, or accident or that has been operated in any way conlrary to the operating instruc'tions as specified in the ATOM Operatods manual. This warranty does not apply to any damage to the ATOM Drill Anachment that is the result of improper maintenance or to any ATOM Drill Attachment that has bn altered or modified so as to adversely affect the products operatioq or durability or that has been altered or modified so as to change its intendd use. The warranty does not extend to repairs made nessary by normal wear or by the use of parts or accessories which are eilher incompatible with the ATOM Drill Attachment or adversely affec't its operariorL performance or durability. ATOM reservesthe right to change or improve the design of any ATOM Drill Atlachmed without assuming any obligation to modifr any product previously manufactured.

ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIESARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE ONE (I) YEAR WARRANTY PERIOD OR THIRTY (30) DAYS FOR PRODUCTS USED FOR ANY COMMERCIAL PTJRPOSE. ACCORDINGLY. ANY SUCH IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLTIDING OR MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESSFOR A PARTICULARPIIRPOSE, OTHERWISE,ARE DISCLAIMED IN THEIR ENTIRETY AFTER THE EXPIRATIONOF THE APPROPRIATE ONE YEAR OR THIRTY DAY WARRANTY PERIOD. ATOM'S OBLIGATION INDER THIS WARRANTY, IS STRICTLY AND EXCLUSIVELY LIMITED TO THE AND ATOM REPAIR OR REPLACEMENTOF DEFECTIVE P.A,RTS. DOES NOT ASSUMEOR AIITHORISE ANYONE TO ASSTIMEFOR THEN{ ANY OTHER OBLIGATION, SOMESTATESDO NOT .qILOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS.SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLYTO YOU. ATOM ASSTMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR INCIDENTAL. coNsEQtrENTlAL OR OTHER DAMAGES INCLUDING, BLn NOT LIMITED TO EXPENSEOF RETURNINGTHE ATOM PRODUCTTO AN AT]THORISED SERVICE DEALER AND EX?ENSE OF DELIVERING IT BACK TO THE OWNE& MECHANIC'S TRAVEL TIME, TELEPHONE OR FAX CHARGES, RENTAL OF A LIKE PRODUCT DURING THE TIME WARRANTY SERVICE IS BEING PERFORMED. TRAVEL. LOSS OR DAMAGE TO PERSONAL LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT, II)SS OF REVENTIE, PROPERTY, LOSS OF TIME. OR INCONVENIENCE.SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQTENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSIONMAY NOT APPLYTO YOU. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and vou may also have other rightswhich vary from stateto state. This warranty applies to all ATOM Drill Attachmentsmanufacluredby ATOM. DISCLAIMER ALIGER-STOPfealure is an effective safety feature if used accordingto instructions. Due to the infinite varialions of conditions and uses that and ATIGER-STOPcan be use4 Atom carmot guirantee the effectiveness feature.Thesesituationsand usesvary safetyof operationof AUGER-STOP accordingto the type of timber, auger size and type, strengthand operating ability of operator,operatingconditiors. incorrectsettingof AIIGER-STOP. missingbroken or wom parts and other situationsand conditionswhich may aPply. Operalors ManualPartNo. 40654- 1195 Printedin Australia

ATOM INDUSTRIES,9 FRED STREET,LILYFIELD, NSW 2040,AUSTRALIA


+61 2 98100194 9810 0194 lnternational: Phone withinAustralia:(02) (02) +6 9810 6691 Fax within Australia: ; Internati6nal; I 2 98l0 669I P O Box 513.Rozelle NSW 2039AUSTRALIA Pry Ltd (ACN 000583924) ATOM INDUSTRIESis a divisionof SoloIndustries
OWNERTO RECORD INFORMATIONBEI,OW:. ,I,]RCHASED BY:
\ddress: State Jountry: Postcod This is your Drill Attachment model number. When purchasing parts always quote these numbers.

IOLDBY:
\ddress: Stat lountw: Post Code Date:

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