The Black And Decker 0-1200 Vsr Drill is a versatile and powerful cordless drill that can handle various drilling and driving tasks. It has a variable speed trigger that allows you to control the speed and torque of the drill, and a keyless chuck that makes it easy to change bits. The drill also features a 24-position clutch that prevents stripping and overdriving screws, and a reverse switch that lets you remove screws or back out of a hole. Here are some steps on how to use the Black And Decker 0-1200 Vsr Drill:
Charge the battery pack. Before using the drill for the first time, you need to charge the battery pack for three hours using the specified charger. The charger may hum and the battery pack or charger may become warm during charging, which is normal. Do not overcharge the battery pack as this may reduce its life span.
Insert the battery pack into the drill. To do this, align the battery pack with the receptacle on the bottom of the drill and slide it in until it clicks into place. To remove the battery pack, press the release button on the front of the drill and slide the battery pack out.
Select a suitable bit for your task. The drill can use various types of bits, such as twist bits, spade bits, hole saws, screwdriver bits, etc. Make sure the bit is compatible with the material you are drilling or driving into, and has the right size and shape for your task.
Insert the bit into the chuck. To do this, hold the drill with one hand and use your other hand to rotate the chuck counterclockwise until it opens enough to accept the bit. Insert the bit into the chuck as far as it will go, and then tighten the chuck by rotating it clockwise until it clicks. Do not overtighten the chuck as this may damage it.
Adjust the clutch setting. The clutch is a ring with numbers and symbols around the chuck that controls how much torque or force is applied to the bit. The higher the number, the more torque is applied. The symbols indicate different types of screws, such as wood screws, metal screws, etc. To adjust the clutch setting, rotate the ring until the desired number or symbol aligns with the arrow on top of the drill.
Select the direction of rotation. The drill has a forward/reverse switch above the trigger that determines which way the bit rotates. To select forward rotation, push the switch to the left. To select reverse rotation, push the switch to the right. To lock the trigger in off position, place the switch in center position.
Squeeze the trigger to start drilling or driving. The speed of rotation depends on how much you squeeze the trigger. The more you squeeze, the faster it rotates. To stop drilling or driving, release
Remove the bit from the chuck. To do this, hold
the drill with one hand and use your other hand to rotate
the chuck counterclockwise until it loosens enough to release
the bit. Pull out
the bit from
the chuck and store it safely.
the battery pack from
the drill and recharge it if needed. To do this,
the release button on
the front of
the drill and slide
the battery pack out.
the battery pack into
the charger and wait until it is fully charged before using it again.