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Start by attaching the handle to the main body of the device. Then, insert the cutting disc into the designated slot and ensure it is securely fastened. Finally, connect the power cable to a suitable power outlet.
First, make sure the device is properly plugged in and the power switch is turned on. If the motor still doesn't start, check if the power outlet is working by testing it with another electrical device. If the outlet is functioning correctly and the motor still won't start, there may be an internal issue, and it is advisable to contact a qualified technician for further assistance.
To adjust the cutting depth, locate the depth adjustment lever located on the side of the device. Release the lever, move it up or down to achieve the desired cutting depth, and then securely lock it back into place.
The SilverCrest SMG 33 A2 is compatible with 115mm diameter cutting discs. When purchasing replacement cutting discs, ensure they are specifically designed for angle grinders and are compatible with the mentioned diameter.
After each use, unplug the device and carefully remove any debris or dust from the cutting area using a brush or cloth. Avoid using water or any liquids directly on the device. Additionally, periodically check the condition of the power cable, handle, and cutting disc for any signs of damage or wear. If any issues are detected, it is recommended to have them repaired or replaced by a qualified professional.
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