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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Work Area Keep your work area clean and well lit. Cluttered benches and dark areas invite accidents. Keep hands from between the gear housing and saw blade holder. The reciprocating blade holder can pinch your fingers. Do not use dull or damaged blades. Bent blade can break easily or cause kickback. When removing the blade from the tool avoid contact with skin and use proper protective gloves when grasping the blade or accessory. Accessories may be hot after prolonged use. Please study them and learn their meaning. Proper interpretation of these symbols will allow you to operate the tool better and safer. Symbol Name Volts Amperes Hertz Watt Kilograms Minutes Seconds. Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk of starting the tool accidentally. TRIGGER SWITCH “ ” LOCK-ON BUTTON (Model 1590EVS only) BLADE EJECTOR LEVER DUST SHROUD (Not included, available as accessory) For narrow saw blades, place the insert completely to the front of the opening (Fig. 8). For wider saw blades, place the insert completely to the rear of the opening (Fig. TOOL LUBRICATION Your Bosch tool has been properly lubricated and is ready to use. Ne forcez pas l'outil.No fuerce la herramienta.Nunca lo tenga en la mano ni sobre las piernas.Estas medidas de seguridad preventivas reducen el riesgo de arrancar la herramienta accidentalmente.For Authorized BOSCH Power Tool Service Stations, please refer to your phone directory. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. They are available for both current tools and tools that are no longer on the market. To find the correct manual, just enter the model number (e.g. 1013VSR). We may already have the answer for your questions. Text us here. Mon-Fri: 7:00-19:00 CST. For use with all Bosch Jig Saws except for JS260.http://columb-sklep.pl/userfiles/bosch-pressure-washer-manual.xml

Call us at 1-877-BOSCH99 (1-877-267-2499) or visit the Frequently Asked Questions. We may already have the answer for your questions. Text us here. Mon-Fri: 7:00-19:00 CST. This system makes changing blades simple and fast. The saw blade is now guided laterally by the precision control guides which enables precision cuts. Precision control is recommended for cuts in thick wood, as the cutting angle is maintained and run-out of the saw blade is reduced. Refer to Operating Tips for more information. The vacuum hose adapter tube serves as the connector to the vacuum hose. When inserting the adapter tube into the footplate be sure that the plastic post of the adapter tube engages into the corresponding hole on the housing (Fig. 5). Click image to enlarge When Bosch told me the 1590 was coming, I was a little concerned. The designers at Bosch obviously had no such concerns, but they did have ideas. The most obvious changes surround the blade with the new systems there. The Bosch 1590EVS feels good in your hand, balanced and comfortable. The controls are logically arranged and easy to use. Power may not seem like a big issue in a jigsaw, but the capabilities of the Bosch 1590EVS allow the user to make full use of it. Reducing vibration makes the saw more comfortable to use and extends the life of the operating mechanisms. The motor also has a Soft-Start feature, primarily to reduce internal reactions of full-power starts and the parts-wear that can induce. Click image to enlarge The speed control has six marked positions representing RPM levels from 500 to 2800. The new dial is easier to read and far more difficult to accidentally change during use. Score one for the designers. Lock-On buttons are located on either side of the saw making this feature equally accessible for right or left-handed operators. The lock-on feature is found on the Bosch 1590EVS model. The barrel grip version, 1591EVS uses a slider-switch the locks in the On or Off positions.http://www.hansstroeve.nl/UserFiles/bosch-precision-wfg2420-manual.xml

The dial (left) controls the tension of the lever. Click image to enlarge It also can be moved towards the rear to allow cutting closer to vertical obstructions. These features are carried over from previous Bosch jigsaws but now they are completely tool-free. Above the rear edge of the footplate is a dial with which the tension on the release lever can be adjusted. Even the anti-splinter inserts snap in place with no tools required. Click image to enlarge Also making the trip is the four-position blade orbit control. Being able to control the amount of blade orbit allows tuning the saw for the best cut performance in a wide range of materials. The function and control levers for the dust blower and blade orbit are essentially the same as on the Bosch 1587. A pair of arms close on the blade, preventing it from deflecting left or right below the guide roller. The system is released by sliding the blade eject button part-way through its travel. Simple and effective. The system on the Bosch 1590EVS is new, innovative and wins this marketplace competition, hands down. If that happens, look for Bosch to figure it out. And, if that comes to pass, remember, you read it here first! Click image to enlarge When cutting wood, the superbly balanced motor and blade mechanism make this saw feel light and very easy to control. The controls all seem easily reached when needed and out of the way the rest of the time. The remaining speed levels, 2 through 6, have a common 500 SPM starting point with top speeds gradually increasing from 800 SPM to 2800 SPM. With the huge range of blades available from Bosch, this range of working speeds should more than cover any wood or situation encountered. Click image to enlarge You do have to align the blade with the slot yourself but I expect that won't take very long for most of us. To release a blade, push the slider button and the blade pops out, literally, so be careful where you aim it. The angles are marked and seem very accurate.

The anti-splinter insert has two positions for use with narrow and wide blades, both of which must have ground sides. The instruction manual provides a list of compatible blades which cover virtually any job the jigsaw might tackle. This feature is most evident when you don't notice anything at all. The circuitry senses increasing loads and applies more power so quickly the operator doesn't notice anything except the blade does not slow. Have faith, it IS working! In keeping with the ease-of-operation theme, you need only push a button to activate the Precision Control mechanism. While this system is very effective, you can still deflect the blade but the amount of force required to do so should make it obvious you are really messing up. Between the Precision Control system and a little concentration, straight-sided cuts should be easy to obtain. Click image to enlarge It is comfortable to use and gives a solid feel for what is going on at the blade. Vibration is virtually non-existent aside from that generated by the blade in the wood and that is minor. If the Bosch 1590EVS S wanders off the cutting line, it's you, not the jigsaw. If this saw will not handle the job, you need another type of machine entirely. It should be comforting to know that you will continue to be happy with that decision through all of those years. Privacy Statement. You can unsubscribe at anytime. Subscribe Personal information provided may be collected, used and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy Connect with Us Connect with us on your favourite social networks. We’ll let you know what we’re up to, and you can tell us how we’re doing. Please choose a different delivery location.Our payment security system encrypts your information during transmission. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. Please try again.Please try again.

In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. Register a free business account Please try your search again later.Dado Stop Accessory Manufacturer Video Videos for related products 1:41 Click to play video Bosch Power Tools Jig Saw Dust Extraction Kit.mp4 Manufacturer Video Videos for related products 2:34 Click to play video True Position Tools TPFA-68 Replacement Forstner Bit Assembly, 68mm Manufacturer Video Next page Upload your video Video Customer Review: Micro Jig SG-133 MATCHFIT Setup Gauge by MICROJIG. Dado Stop Accessory See full review Manufacturer Video Onsite Associates Program Amazon calculates a product’s star ratings based on a machine learned model instead of a raw data average. The model takes into account factors including the age of a rating, whether the ratings are from verified purchasers, and factors that establish reviewer trustworthiness. You can use a multimeter to test tool and appliance cords and switches, the two parts usually responsible for electri. It also describes information tools available at eReplacementParts.com. Also noted lights on the same electrical circuit dim slightly. Regards Richard We recommend replacing the armature. This can be located under part number 2604011326. We hope this information helps! Is this a indication that the governer is bad ? The governor picks up the rotation of the armature from this disk, if broken the governor has nothing to sense the rotation. Can you not loosen it.? Tinker You remove the top handle, remove the switch. Take one lead from the old switch one at a time and install it in the same place on the new switch until all the leads are on the the new switch. Hope that helps, WJA.

In the past, I used “cheaper” power tools, because I didn’t see the sense in spending a fortune on something that I use for a hobby. What I found is that I ended up replacing these cheap tools more frequently than I wanted to. One day, I decided that when my jigsaw gave up the ghost, I’d invest in quality tools such as the jigsaws that Bosch offered. I decided the Bosch Jigsaw 1590EVS (top handle grip) and the Bosch Jigsaw 1591EVS barrel grip models best fit my need. The comparable model to 1591EVS Barrel Grip is the corded JS470EB or the cordless 12-volt JS120BN. The comparable model to the 1590EVS is the corded JS572EL and the cordless 18-volt JS180B. They weigh in at approximately 6 lbs.My old cheap jigsaw used to vibrate excessively, but these Bosch jigsaws barely moved. I later learned that Bosch counterbalances their motors, in order to eliminate that vibration throughout the entire speed range, which gives you more control over the Bosch jigsaws. Both Bosch jigsaws have locking capabilities. That way, the desired speed can be maintained, regardless of the load. Another great feature!! The beveled knob helps avoid inadvertent speed changes, which is sometimes an issue with some of the other saws. The blade pops out when the lever is slid. Installation is also easy, as you line up the blade with the slot and push until it clicks. These can be activated using a red button on the side of the Bosch jigsaws, and it helps eliminate blade deflection. Bosch calls it the PCS (Precision Control System). This switch enables the discharge air from the tool to be diverted to your blade area. Adjustment requires no additional tools and is made by releasing the footplate lock lever. When the desired angle is obtained, push the lever back into position and the footplate will remain locked. Bosch jigsaws can be fitted with the JA1012 Articulating Dust Extraction Kit which can be attached to the model JS572E and model JS572EB.

For more attachments for the Bosch jigsaws, click here: ADD LINK. With the variety of available blades, you should be able to match up your saw to wood, metal, plastics and anything else that might require fabrication. If so, join more than 45,000 of your peers who subscribe to the BeThePro.com newsletter to receive professional construction articles and news. It provides access to how-to, best practices and best new materials details from experts in a variety of disciplines. The site is sponsored by leading construction manufacturers I concur that Bosch makes super jig saws. Bosch is my tool of choice, always good to hear that their range is solid and reliable. Dropped to have repaired. Now I have 2 of 1592. Made decision after reviewing and testing it with the Festi ps 420.Excellent across the board on all counts. Mind is still in great shape. Even though yours has the quick release mind still changes pretty quick lift up the top and turn it (remember the screw driver method). Thanks again for the review Till this day it still works good as new, got the dust extractor attachment too. For me it still cuts the best beveled shapes at 45? angles. Fortunately I now have an Airsweep which make all the difference. After watching your video a few weeks ago I pulled out my 1591 and gave it a good cleaning. Noticed the no mar footplate was badly gouged, immediately ordered a replacement on eBay. Learn how your comment data is processed. Themodel numbers are really throwing me off. All of the catalogdescriptions that I have are concise and don't mention thedifferences between the other models. In particular, I waslooking at the 1587, 1581, and then in William Alden theylist the model number as B4300. Is it worth it?What features could you not live without?thanks-Sean-Sean McCaffertySoftware EngineerVisix SoftwareBob DeBula18.04.96 00:00. In article you write:Is anyone out there familiar with Bosch's line of Jigsaws. Themodel numbers are really throwing me off.

All of the catalogdescriptions that I have are concise and don't mention thedifferences between the other models. In particular, I waslooking at the 1587, 1581, and then in William Alden theylist the model number as B4300. Robert Bosch Tool Corp. Also for: 1591evs. Blade change on bosch 1581vs jigsaw. Contact options for registered users; posted on May 18, 2008, 9:45 pm; how do you change blade on bosch 1581vs jigsaw. 1581 is still listed in the current catalog. If yours uses a button then I'd bet that it's a 1584 or 1587. The base plates may bedifferent as well. The B4201 has the 'clic' system blade change (butisn't in the latest Alden catalog). Is it worth it?I would go with the Bosch. TheBosch is just such a smooth running and nice machine and the pricingisn't unreasonable, so I'd tend to recommend either the 1584VS or the1587VS. FYI, 'VS' designates 'Variable Speed' and 'DVS' designates'Dustless Variable Speed'. You'd want to look at a picture of the DVSmodel at least to decide if the dust port is something which strikesyou as a good thing or not. Themodel numbers are really throwing me off. All of the catalogdescriptions that I have are concise and don't mention thedifferences between the other models. In particular, I waslooking at the 1587, 1581, and then in William Alden theylist the model number as B4300. The Bosch's clic system is real neat but they take only genuineBosch blades.while damned near anything with teeth that's not curcular will work inthe Porter Cable. PC's base doesn't tilt, one of the few on themarket that don't. Never thought I needed a tilt base until I didn't have one. Darnedif I didn't have two situations come up where I did need a tilt base on one in the first3 years I had that PC.but I balance that out with the fact that I've broken probably3 dozen blades in the same timeframe and can live with my decision3). The model numbers are really throwing me off.

All of the catalog descriptions that I have are concise and don't mention the differences between the other models. In particular, I was looking at the 1587, 1581, and then in William Alden they list the model number as B4300. Is this their internal model number.Lonnie Freeman20.04.96 00:00. (Sean McCafferty) wrote:Is anyone out there familiar with Bosch's line of Jigsaws. Themodel numbers are really throwing me off. All of the catalogdescriptions that I have are concise and don't mention thedifferences between the other models. In particular, I waslooking at the 1587, 1581, and then in William Alden theylist the model number as B4300. I have used it day in and day out since, havenever had a minutes worth of trouble with it. I like the Bosch bladesmuch better than any other blades.yes, they are a little harder toget, so it is a good idea to keep several on hand. On the other hand,you will find that they wear out instead of breaking. Because of theunique way they mount and are supported they are used until the teethare worn off of them instead of breaking around the shank. I wasimpressed and decided to buy mine when I was at a tool show. Thefellow that was demonstrating them was jamming the blade like a spearthrough 1x pine and then cutting circles while holding the saw by thepower cord. When I came by the first time, he had a few bent bladesbut no broken ones. I was impressed and walked on. I came back atthe END of the day and he was still using the SAME saw he started withthat morning.unbroken.and had a pile of bent blades laying there,and there were only a couple of broken blades. Now, I figured I canstraighten a bent blade but I can't fix a broken one and that had tobe one tough saw to stand up to a full day of punishment like that!So I bought one, and one is all I have ever needed. I have used otherbrands of high quality jig saws, but they have all seemed heavy orawkward compared to the Bosch. I wouldn't trade my Bosch for 2 of anyof the rest of them.

I wish I could say that about some of the restof the tools I have bought!Mark Sterner23.04.96 00:00. In article,(Bob DeBula) wrote: I would go with the Bosch. The Bosch is just such a smooth running and nice machine and the pricing isn't unreasonable, so I'd tend to recommend either the 1584VS or the 1587VS.I second the motion. I've been using my Bosch 1584VS for several monthsnow and I simply can't find anything to complain about. There's a hole on the top of the handle infront-put the screwdriver in that hole and unscrew the screw untilthe blade comes loose enough to twist 90 degrees and come out, thenwhen you put the new blade in you reverse the process and tighten thescrew.that must be an old one. Mine you push a button and the blade drops out. There's a hole on the top of the handle infront-put the screwdriver in that hole and unscrew the screw untilthe blade comes loose enough to twist 90 degrees and come out, thenwhen you put the new blade in you reverse the process and tighten thescrew.that must be an old one. Mine you push a button and the blade drops out.1581 is still listed in the current catalog. There's a hole on the top of the handle infront-put the screwdriver in that hole and unscrew the screw untilthe blade comes loose enough to twist 90 degrees and come out, thenwhen you put the new blade in you reverse the process and tighten thescrew.that must be an old one. Mine you push a button and the blade drops out.1581 is still listed in the current catalog. If yours uses a buttonthen I'd bet that it's a 1584 or 1587.I'd have to look. Bosch has long been the leader in new features for the jigsaw. The top handle 1590 EVSK model is there no different. The blade is held firmly without any need of an screwdriver or allen key to fix it. The power tool accomplished these cuts with ease. The 1590 EVSK has been designed with an electronic speed control that keeps the motor at a constant speed, even under a heavy workload. Not much heat increase was noted.

A real power horse! Together with all the features, there is a very convenient mini dust blower, which keeps the cutting line clear of chips and debris. The jigsaw handled fast cuts extremely well. There again, no further screwdriver or wrench needed to switch to bevel cuts. Bosch has managed to counterbalance the jigsaw so well that even during heavy cuts there is hardly any vibration. Give you a good feel on the tool and prevent slipping. Excellent in precision and speed, with all important features such as quick blade change and rear blade guiding.