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1943 LED

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Product Data - Heat Gun

Model number

1943 LED

Identification number

0 601 943 7..

( Note: This tool is designed and sold for use with alternating current (AC) only.)

Accessory Listing

Spreader

Concentrator

Deflector

Reflector

( * = standard equipment)

Heat Gun Components

1.

Nozzle

5.

2.

Heat shield

6.

3.

Blower speed dial

7.

4.Temperature display

Temperature setting dial Two position on off switch Integral stand surfaces

WARNING! “READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS”. FailuretofollowtheSAFETYRULES identified by the BULLET () symbols listed BELOW and other safety precautions, may result in serious personal injury. Keep these operating instructions with this product.

Safety Instructions for Heating Appliances

Work Area

Keep your work area clean and well lit.

Cluttered and dark areas invite accidents.

Do not operate heating appliance in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust, dry grass, leaves and paper. Heating appliances generate high temperatures which may ignite the dust

or fumes. Combustible materials like dry grass, leaves and paper will scorch and may catch fire.

• Keep bystanders, children and visitors away while operating a heating appliance.

Distractions can cause you to lose control.

Electrical Safety

Before plugging in the heating appliance, be certain the outlet voltage supplied is compatible with the voltage marked on the nameplate within 10%. An outlet voltage incompatible with that specified on the nameplate can result in serious hazards and damage to the heating appliance.

Double Insulated heating appliances are equipped with a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other.) This plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install a polarized outlet. Do not change the plug in any way. Double Insulation eliminates the need for the three wire grounded power cord and grounded power supply system. Polarized plug inserted in properly wired outlet insures that no voltage is supplied to the tool when switch is “OFF”.

When operating a heating appliance use Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) on the circuit or outlet. Don’t expose heating

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appliance to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a heating appliance will create an electric shock hazard.

Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord to carry the heating appliance or pull the plug from an outlet. Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts. Replace damaged cords immediately. Damaged cords create electric shock hazard.

When operating a heating appliance with an extension cord while outdoors, use only extension cords marked W–Aor W.These cords are rated for outdoor use and reduce the risk of electric shock.

Personal Safety

Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use COMMON SENSE when operating a heating appliance. A moment of inattention or use of drugs, alcohol or medication while operating a heating appliance can be dangerous.

Use safety equipment. Always wear safety goggles. Dust mask, protective gloves, safety shoes or non-skid shoes, must be used for appropriate conditions.

Avoid accidental starting. Be sure switch is “OFF” before plugging in. Carrying the heating appliance with your finger on the switch or plugging in the heating appliance that has switch “ON” invites accidents.

Do not direct hot tip or nozzle toward clothing, hands or other body parts. Intense heat from tip or nozzle can cause serious burns or cause clothing to ignite.

Do not touch nozzle or shield until completely cool. During use very high temperatures are generated in these areas.

Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. Contain long hair. Keep your hair, body, clothing and gloves away from nozzle or shield. Clothing or hair could ignite from extreme heat.

Do not overreach, keep proper footing and balance at all times. Proper footing and balance enables better control of the heating appliance in unexpected situations.

Tool Use and Care

Do not use heating appliance if switch does not turn it “ON” or “OFF”. Any tool which cannot be controlled by the switch is dangerous.

Disconnect the plug from the power source

before making any adjustments or changing accessories.Such preventative safety measures reduce the risk of starting the heating appliance accidentally.

Store idle heating appliance only after adequate cooling period, indoors in high, dry place out of the reach of children and untrainedpersons.Heatingappliancesaredangerous in the hands of untrained persons.

Do not leave heating appliance unattended while it is running or cooling down. Always set tool on a flat, level surface so that nozzle tip is directed upwards, away from supporting surface while running or cooling down.

Keepafullychargedfireextinguisherclose at hand for emergency use.

Service

• Heating appliance service must be performed only by qualified repair personnel.

Service or maintenance performed by unqualified personnel may result in misplacing internal wiring and components which could cause serious hazard.

Specific Safety Rules for

Heat Guns

Paint Stripping Safety Instructions

PERSONS REMOVING PAINT SHOULD FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES:

WARNING! This heat gun generates extremely high temperatures (as high as 1100°F). Hidden areas such as behind walls, ceilings, floors, soffit boards and other panels may contain flammable materials that could be ignited by the heat gun when working in these locations. Keep the heat gun moving in a back and forth motion, do not linger or pause in one spot as the panel or material behind it may ignite.The ignition of these materials may not be readily apparent and could result in property damage and injury to persons.

• Use caution when operating the heat gun.

Excessive heat will generate fumes which inhaled may be dangerous to the operator.

WARNING! Use extreme care when stripping paint. The peelings, residue and vapors of

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paint may contain lead, which is poisonous. Any pre-1977paint may containlead and paint applied to homes prior to 1950 is likely to contain lead. Once deposited on surfaces, hand to mouth contact can result in the ingestion of lead. Exposure to even low levels of lead can cause irreversible brain and nervous system damage; young and unborn children are particularly vulnerable.

Before beginning any paint removal process you should determine whether the paint you are removing contains lead. This can be done by your local health department or by a professional who uses a paint analyzer to check lead content of the paint to be removed. LEAD-

BASED PAINT SHOULD ONLY BE REMOVED BY A PROFESSIONAL AND SHOULD NOT BE REMOVED USING A HEAT GUN.

Move the workpiece outdoors. If this is not possible, keep the work area well ventilated.

Open the windows and put an exhaust fan in one of them. Be sure the fan is moving the air from inside to outside.

Seal work areas from rest of dwelling by sealing openings or doors with drop cloths.

Work in limited areas or one room at a time will help to limit paint or dust contamination.

Remove or place furnishings in center of room then cover any carpets, rugs, furniture, clothing, cooking utensils and air ducts.

Place drop cloths in the work area to catch paint chips or peelings, at the end of each work session put the paint chips and debris in a double plastic bag, close it with tape or twist ties and dispose of properly.

Do not allow children, pregnant or potentially pregnant women and nursing mothers in work area until work and clean up is complete. Certain individuals may be at risk, if not properly protected.

Do not eat or keep food and drink in work area. Do not smoke or chew gum or tobacco products in the work area. Paint residue or dust may settle on or in food containers which can cause the transmission of poisons to your body.

Wear a dust respirator mask or dual filter (dust and fume) respirator mask which has

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been approved by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), the NationalInstituteofSafetyandHealth(NIOSH) or the United States Bureau of Mines. These types of masks and replaceable filters are readily available at major hardware stores. Be sure the mask fits securely, beards and facial hair may keep masks from sealing properly. Change filters often. DISPOSABLE PAPER MASKS

ARE NOT ADEQUATE.

Wear protective clothing such as extra work shirts, overalls and hats. Paint residue or dust may settle on your skin which may cause the transmission of poisons to your body.

DO NOT SWEEP, DRY DUST OR VACUUM paint shavings, dust or peelings during the clean up process. Clean up all removed paint and dust by wet mopping the floors. Use a wet cloth to clean all walls, sills and any other surface where paint or dust is clinging. Use a phosphate detergent or trisodium phosphate (TSP) to wash and mop areas.

Always remove protective clothing and work shoes in the work area to avoid carrying dust into rest of the dwelling. Wash work clothes separately. Wipe shoes off with a wet rag that is then washed with the work clothes. Wash hair and body including hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. Rinse your mouth

Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction

activities contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are:

Lead from lead-basedpaints,

Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry products, and

Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber.

Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals: work in a well ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.

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Double Insulated Tools

 

Operating the Tool

 

 

 

• Double Insulation is a design concept used in electric power tools which eliminates the need for the three wire grounded power cord and grounded power supply system. It is a recognized and approved system by Underwriter’s Laboratories, CSA and Federal OSHA authorities.

IMPORTANT: Servicing of a tool with double insulation requires care and knowledge of the system and should be performed only by a qualified service technician. WHEN SERVICE IS REQUIRED USE ONLY IDENTICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS.

POLARIZED PLUGS: If your tool is equipped with a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other), this plug will fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet. To reduce the risk of electric shock do not change the plug in any way.

Extension Cords

Replace damaged cords immediately. Use of damaged cords can shock, burn or electrocute.

If an extension cord is necessary, a cord with adequate size conductors should be used to prevent excessive voltage drop, loss of power or overheating. The table below shows the correct size to use, depending on cord length and amperage rating on the tool’s nameplate. If in doubt, use the next heavier gauge. Always use U.L. and CSA listed extension cords.

Ampere Rating (shown on nameplate)

Air flow setting:

The air flow is set steplessly with air flow blower speed dial 3. A lower air stage may be required in certain cases, e.g. to avoid overheating the workpiece's surroundings or to avoid displacing the workpiece if the air flow is too strong. A higher air stage heats up the workpiece more quickly and enables the hot air gun to be held at a greater distance from the workpiece.

ON/OFF switch

I(Cool air stage) 8.8 CFM ª120ºF. For cooling down a hot workpiece or for drying paint.

II(Hot air stage) 17.8 CFM ª1100ºF.

Temperature control (thermo-electronic):The temperature can be controlled steplessly with the setting dial5 and switch6 in setting II.

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If the nozzle is hot or if you wish to have both hands free when working, you can set the tool down in an upright position on its base.

Temperature displays:

The temperature is displayed via LED 4. By carefully controlling the air flow and temperature, very precise work can be performed on temperature sensitive electrical fittings, packaging, and other materials.

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The ideal temperature should first be ascertained by performing a test. You should therefore start with a low temperature setting. The temperatures specified in the illustrated examples of use are recommended values which can vary depending on the properties of the workpiece. The distance between the nozzle and workpiece is dependent on the material to be processed. Additional information can be found in popular DIY books or consult the manufacturer of the heat activated product.

NOTE: The 1100ºF(595ºC) setting can not be reachedonfullairflowsetting.If1100ºF(595ºC) is required, reduce setting on blower speed dial 3 until 1100ºF(595ºC) is indicated on LED temperature display4.

Bosch stocks a range of accessories (see catalog) which offer a wide range of other applications.

The sections indicated by capital letters in the instructions for use below refer to the illustrated examples of use in this manual.

A Removingpaint/dissolvingadhesives

Fit the flat nozzle. Soften the paint using hot air and remove evenly using a scraper. Do not heat the paint for too long since this will burn the paint, making it more difficult to remove. To carry out work in confined spaces, remove the heat shield. Many adhesives (e.g. stickers) become softer when heated, allowing adhesive bonds to be separated and adhesive to be removed.

B Removing paint or caulking from

windows

Glass can break easily. Always use the glass deflector nozzle. On profiled surfaces, paint can be removed using a scraper and brushed off using a soft wire brush.

C Shrink fitting electrical connections

Fit the reflector or reducing nozzle. Select a heat-shrinkablesleeve with a diameter matching that of the workpiece, e.g. cable lug. Heat theheat-shrinkablesleeve evenly.

D Defrosting water pipes

Fit the reflector nozzle. Always heat the frozen area inwards from the edge to the center.

CAUTION! Do not attempt to defrost PVC piping.

Note: Water pipes are often difficult to distinguish from gas pipes. Copper pipes are joined using tin and should therefore not be heated above 392ºF (200ºC).

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Maintenance and Service

WARNING! Preventive maintenance performed by unauthorized personnel may result in misplacing of internal wires and components which could cause serious hazard. We recommend that all tool service be performed at a Bosch Factory Service Center.

Tool Lubrication

Your Bosch tool has been properly lubricated and is ready for use. We recommend, that tools with gears be regreased with a special gear lubricant every time the brushes are changed.

Carbon Brushes

The brushes and commutator in your Bosch tool have been engineered for many hours of dependable service. To maintain peak efficiency of the motor, we recommend that every two to six months the brushes be examined. Only genuine Bosch replacement brushes specially designed for your tool should be used.

Bearings

be replaced at a Bosch Factory Service Center. Bearings which become noisy (due to heavy load or very abrasive material cutting) should be replaced at once to avoid overheating and motor failure.

Cleaning

WARNING! To avoid accidents, always disconnect the tool from the power supply beforecleaningorperforminganymaintenance. The tool may be cleaned most effectively with compressed air. Always wear safety goggles when cleaning tools with compressed air.

Ventilation openings and switch levers must be kept clean and free of foreign matter. Do not attempt to clean by inserting pointed objects through openings.

CAUTION! Certain cleaning agents and solvents damage plastic parts. Some of these are: gasoline, carbon tetrachloride, chlorinated cleaning solvents, ammonia and household detergents that contain ammonia.

After about 300-400hours of operation, or at every second brush change, the bearings should

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LIMITED WARRANTY OF BOSCH PORTABLE AND

BENCHTOP POWER TOOLS

S-BPower Tool Company (“Seller”) warrants to the original purchaser only, that all BOSCH portable and benchtop power tools will be free from defects in material or workmanship for a periodofoneyearfromdateofpurchase.Seller’s sole obligation and your exclusive remedy under this Limited Warranty and, to the extent permitted by law, any warranty or condition implied by law, shall be the repair or replacement of parts, without charge, which are defective in material or workmanship and which have not been misused, carelessly handled, or misrepaired by persons other than Seller or Authorized Service Station. To make a claim under this Limited Warranty, you must return the complete portable or benchtop power tool product, transportation prepaid, to any BOSCH Factory Service Center or Authorized Service Station. For Authorized BOSCH Power Tool Service Stations, please refer to your phone directory.

This Limited Warranty does not apply to accessorY ITEMS SUCH AS CIRCULAR SAWBLADES,DRILLBITS,ROUTERBITS, JIGSAW BLADES, SANDING BELTS, GRINDING WHEELS AND OTHER RELATED ITEMS.

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES SHALL BE LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF PURCHASE. SOME STATES IN THE U.S., SOME CANADIAN PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITA-

TIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LIABILITY FOR LOSS OF PROFITS) ARISING FROM THE SALE OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT. SOME STATES INTHEU.S.ANDSOMECANADIANPROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFICLEGALRIGHTS,ANDYOUMAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE IN THE U.S., PROVINCE TO PROVINCE IN CANADA AND FROM COUNTRY TO COUNTRY.

THIS LIMITED WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PORTABLE AND BENCHTOP ELECTRIC TOOLS SOLD WITHIN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, CANADA ANDTHECOMMONWEALTHOFPUERTO RICO. FOR WARRANTY COVERAGE WITHIN OTHER COUNTRIES, CONTACT YOUR LOCAL BOSCH DEALER OR IMPORTER.

S-BPower Tool Company

4300 W. Peterson Avenue

Chicago, IL 60646-5999

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Données sur le produit - Pistolet chauffant

Numéro de modèle

1943 LED

Numéro d’identification

0 601 934 7..

(Remarque : cet outil ne fonctionne qu’au courant alternatif (c.a.).)

Accessoires

Épandeur Concentrateur Déflecteur Réflecteur

(*équipement standard)

Composants du pistolet chauffant

1.

Buse

5.

Cadran de réglage de la température

2.

Écran de chaleur

6.

Interrupteur marche/arrêt à deux positions

3.

Cadran de vitesse de la soufflante

7.

Surfaces du support incorporé

4.

Affichage de la température

 

 

 

 

 

 

AVERTISSEMENT ! «LISEZ ATTENTIVEMENT TOUTES LES INSTRUCTIONS». Faute d’observer les RÈGLES DE SÉCURITÉ précédées d’un point noir () et les autres consignes du présent manuel risque de vous exposer à de graves blessures. Conservez ces instructions à portée de la main.

Consignes de sécurité pour appareils chauffants

Zone de travail

Gardez votre zone de travail propre et bien éclairée. Les endroits encombrés et sombres facilitent les accidents.

N’utilisez pas l’appareil chauffant dans des atmosphères explosives, notamment en présence de poussière, gaz ou liquides inflammables, herbe sèche, feuilles et papier.

Les appareils chauffants génèrent des températures élevées susceptibles d’enflammer la poussière ou les fumées. Les matières combustibles telles que l’herbe sèche, les feuilles et le papier roussiront et peuvent s’enflammer.

Tenez les spectateurs, les enfants et les

visiteurs à distance durant l’utilisation d’un appareil chauffant. Les distractions peuvent vous faire perdre le contrôle.

Sécurité électrique l’interrupteur est en position d’arrêt « OFF ».

Lorsquevousfaitesfonctionnerunappareil chauffant, utilisez un disjoncteur de fuite à la terre sur le circuit ou la prise. N’exposez pas l’appareil chauffant à la pluie ou à l’humidité. L’eau pénétrant dans un appareil chauffant provoquera un risque de secousses électriques.

Ne faites pas un usage abusif du cordon. N’utilisez jamais le cordon pour transporter l’appareil chauffant et ne tirez pas le cordon de la prise. Tenez le cordon à l’écart de la chaleur, de l’huile, des arêtes vives ou des pièces en mouvement. Remplacez les cordons abîmés immédiatement. Les cordons abîméscréentunrisquedesecoussesélectriques.

Lorsquevousfaitesfonctionnerunappareil chauffant à l’extérieur avec un cordon de rallonge, utilisez uniquement les cordons de rallonge marqués W-Aou W.Ces cordons sont prévus pour usage extérieur et réduisent le risque de secousses électriques.

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