The Black and Decker company manufactures a wide range of power tools designed to make tasks at home and on the job easier to accomplish. From corded circular saws and impact drills to cordless screwdrivers and cut off saws, Black and Decker makes a power tool that can help make a project easier to accomplish. The cordless drill manufactured by the company is designed to be durable and easy to use.
Place the charger stand on a table or work surface and plug the power cord into an electrical outlet. Place the battery for the Black and Decker cordless drill in the charger stand so that the red light illuminates. Watch for the red light to flash indicating the battery is charging.
Remove the battery when the red light glows steady and no longer flashes. Insert the small rounded end of the battery pack into the handle of the Black and Decker drill. Push the battery into place until it snaps in securely.
Hold the Black and Decker cordless drill by the handle. Locate the forward and reverse switch on the side of the drill above the trigger. Push the button on the left side of the drill so it extends through on the right side to operate the drill in a forward direction. Push the button, when extended on the right side, so it extends from the left side of the drill to operate the Ryobi tool battery in reverse.
rn the chuck counterclockwise until the bit or driver can be inserted. Turn the chuck clockwise to tighten the bit or driver in place.
Set the torque on the drill based on the job to be done, such as drilling or driving a screw. Determine the proper setting by turning the torque selection collar at the base of the chuck to the lowest setting. Drill with the cordless drill or drive a screw and observe the clutch to see if it ratchets or clicks. Adjust the torque ring until the driver does not ratchet and continue driving or drilling.
Set the gear range on the Black and Decker cordless drill. Locate the gear range selector switch near the front of the Paslode drill battery. Slide the selector forward for faster drill speed and lower torque or back for slower drill speed and higher torque. Choose the setting based on personal preference and the task at hand.