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PAG2200D angle grinder has 2 guards.One is a half guard,the other covers both sides of disc. Which one is used for grindins,which for cutting?

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Open for grinding closed for cutting, once you get good with it, you can use the open for cutting. make sure that everybody has safety glasses that is in a 50 foot range of this thing. cut slow and smooth, i think you will find the slower you go the blades will last longer..please be safe, these are dangerous !! the electric motor repair guy in longwood fl with free testing...J

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The double sided guard is the one for cutting and the single sided one is to allow you ot use the flat side of the disc for grinding. (Do not use cutting discs for grinding, on these discs use only the very edge of the disc and always wear protective eyewear and gloves. Never allow the stationary machine to rest on the disc, lay to rest with the disc facing upwards and disconnect the power lead when replacing discs etc. These are very dangerous power tools and should be treated extremely carefully).

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