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Istruzioni per l'uso Harbor Freight Tools, Modello TORCH KIT 94903

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Serious personal injury and risk of fire may result. Setting up the Soldering Iron: The Torch comes with the “Soldering Iron Adapter” already installed. It is the longer of the two adapters and has a threaded end that receives the soldering tips. If you do need to install “Soldering Iron Adapter”, first remove the “Adapter Lock Nut” then slide the “Soldering Iron Adapter” over the ceramic insulator, then thread on the “Adapter Lock Nut”. Pick the desired tip from the kit and screw it onto the end of the “Soldering Iron Adapter”. Piezo Igniter Soldering Iron Adapter Adapter Lock Nut Soldering Iron Stand Gas “ON” Lock Switch Gas “ON” Lock Button REV 07j Flame Adjustment: To adjust the flame, move the “Flame Adjustment Lever”, located under the torch, toward the “+” to increase the flame or toward the “-” to reduce the flame. See the photo below. Continuous Flame: To keep the flame locked on, push in the Gas “ON” Lock Button during ignition to activate the Continuous Flame Mechanism. To turn OFF the flame, push the Continuous Flame Switch forward. The Lock Button will pop out. Press the Flame OFF button. Using The Torch as A Hot Blower: To use the tool as a Hot Blower first remove the soldering tip and sleeve assembly by rotating them counterclockwise. With no soldering tip attached, the tool can be used as a Hot Blower. Operate the tool as discussed on page 5, “Igniting and extinguishing the Torch”. Hot air, but no flame will be blown from the tip of the tool. The picture below shows what the tool should look like when you use it as a Hot Blower. Flame Adjustment Lever WARNING: The hot air blowing from the tip of the tool will not be visible as flame, but can cause severe burns. Be extremely cautious; do not cause injury to yourself or others and do not point the blower at any person, animal or flammable object. Using The Pencil Torch Feature: To use the pencil torch feature first remove the “ Adapter Lock Nut” and the “Soldering Iron Adapter”. See page 5. Next install the “Torch Adapter” by sliding it over the ceramic insulator. Then reinstall the “Adapter nut”. Using The Soldering Iron Stand: Soldering Iron StandThe torch comes with a stand that can be pulled out to allow you to rest it on a flat surface. See photo below. Maintenance Refilling the Butane Canister: WARNING: Do not use any other fuel other than butane which is specifically designed for this type of torch. Use of any other fuel may result in severe personal injury. Be sure the tool is turned off and is cool. Hold the tool in an upside down position, with the end of the handle facing up. Insert and press down the filling tip of the butane canister. Stop refilling once the butane starts to overflow. Allow the refilled tool to stabilize for a few minutes before resuming work. Cleaning and Storing The tip should be cleaned periodically during use with a damp sponge. After use, allow the torch and all accessories to cool down to room temperature before maintenance. Wipe the tool down with a damp cloth to remove any grease, flux or dirt. Be sure the Gas “ON/OFF” Switch Lock Button is in the OFF position. Store the tool and its accessories in the Storage Case provided. REV 07j Soldering Hints The soldering process bonds two metal objects together using a metallic bonding material (solder) which has a lower melting point than the items being joined. Soldering is not appropriate for non-metallic objects such as plastic or wood. Check to be sure the objects being joined will not be damaged by the heat of soldering. This tool generates a temperature of 500° F. Test a scrap piece or inconspicuous area of your work piece with the soldering torch before proceeding. Be sure the surfaces being soldered are clean before beginning. If necessary, use a soldering flux (not included) for cleaning. Apply the flux to the parts being joined, and heat the parts until the flux burns away. Heat the parts being joined with the soldering tool, not the solder. Once the parts being joined are sufficiently heated, touch the solder to the workpieces. The solder will melt and adhere to the workpieces. Remove the soldering tip from the workpieces, and hold the pieces together until they have cooled enough for the solder to solidify. Solder will “follow the heat”. Once a workpiece is sufficiently hot to melt the solder, the solder can be dragged along the workpiece by moving the soldering tip. The solder will follow the heat. This technique is helpful when soldering joints, such as a tube in a coupling. By applying solder to the edge of the coupling and then moving the soldering tip away from the edge, solder can be dragged into a concealed joint as it follows the heat. LEAD WARNING: Some solders contain lead and some do not. The solder supplied with this kit does not contain lead. Be extremely careful not to breathe vapors from any solder, especially ones containing lead. Lead is a heavy metal which can accumulate in the body and may cause serious health problems. Solder is ava...

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