Safety, Extension cord length – Kreg PRS2100 Precision Benchtop Router Table User Manual
6) Additional Safety Rules for the Precision Benchtop Router Table
Keep hands away from the rotating bit when using the router
Always use the bit guard. Use push sticks and push blocks
when routing narrow workpieces.
Avoid awkward hand positions, where a sudden slip could
cause contact with the rotating bit. Never overreach.
Make sure the bit is clear of the workpiece and comes to a
complete stop before adjusting the workpiece position.
Place the router table on a fl at, sturdy surface to prevent
tipping or sliding. Never stand on the router table.
Avoid kickbacks. Kickbacks occur when the workpiece binds
while being routed, causing it to twist, jump, and possibly
airborne. To avoid kick-backs and potential injury, never
trap a workpiece between the bit and the fence, use sharp bits, keep
the machine aligned and maintained properly, and adequately support
Feed the workpiece against (not with) the bit rotation. The bit
can grab a workpiece fed with the rotation of the bit and cause your
hand to contact the bit.
Always support the workpiece with the fence or starter pin.
Only use the starter pin with router bits that have a guide bearing.
Disconnect the router from power before making adjustments.
Never adjust the fence, plate, reducing rings, or any part of the router
or router table while the router is running.
This router table is designed for a specifi c application.
Do not modify and/or use it for any other application. If you
have questions relative to the application of the machine, DO NOT
use it until you have contacted Kreg Tool Company and have been
Guidelines for extension cord use
Extension cords are only to be used for temporary purposes. They do
not replace the need for installation of outlets and proper wiring where
In the shop and on construction sites:
1. Extension cords with an equipment grounding conductor must be used at
2. Extension cords must be protected from damage, and not run through
doorways or windows where the doors or windows may close, causing
damage to the cord.
3. Extension cords should be a minimum of 16 AWG and be rated for the
equipment in use.
4. Extension cords must be periodically inspected to ensure that the
insulation and conductivity of the wires are not compromised.
5. Extension cords should not be run through water or allowed to have
connections that may be exposed to accumulated water.
WARNING: This product contains one or more chemicals known to the
State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Wash hands after handling.
Dust created by sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and
other construction activities may contain chemicals known to the
State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm. Examples of these chemicals are:
a) Lead from lead-based paints
b) Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry
c) Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber
Your risk from exposure to these chemicals depends on how often you do
this type of work. To reduce your exposure, work in a well-ventilated area
with approved safety equipment, such as a dust mask specifi cally designed
to fi lter out microscopic particles.
NR – Not Recommended
Extension Cord Length
5.1 - 8
12.1 - 16