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PACKING LIST

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SPECIFICATIONS

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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PART NAMES

A. IRON

B. IRON

IRON

ON

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ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

VACUUM

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OPERATION

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.TW OM W Y.C M.T .100 W CO WW .100Y. .TW OM W W WW .100Y.C M.TW M.T O W O WW .100Y.C M.TW 0Y.C M.TW .10 O W WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW W WW .100Y.C M.TW O W M.T Remove theW Element Cover Heating Element elementO .C cover, nut .CO 2. W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 0Y T and nozzle. .100Y OM.TW . 0 O W W W.1 Y.COM W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW .T 00 O Nozzle W W.1 Y.COM W .CO Nut Y.C WW WW .TW 100 0 T Remove the.nut with .CAUTION: W W.100Y OM.TW W spanner..COM W M heating element is very .C during .10 the attached WW .100Y WW 00Y.CO The.TW WW .100Y hot M.TW M.T operation. W M .1 O W CO WW .100Y. WW 00Y.CO .TW .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W oxidation OM the W in the heating M .1 O W O W W away all 0Y.C fromM.T cleanly 3. WW .1 0Y.C M.TW ScrapeW the .cleaning pin passes hole through the WW .100Y.C Clean out the hole in0the .TW element until W 10 O W .CO .TW OM W WW 00Y.Cheating element. W 00Y WW .100Y.C M.TW hole. W W OM W.1 M.T the .1 O Be WW hole in WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO sure W solder in the 100Y.C the .TW W W .T O W heating melted, W. W.1 Y.COM element is completely0Y.COM W WW .100Y.C M.TW W W hole with the cleaning pin .T WW .10 W clean M O W .100 thenOM.T the WW 00Y.CO .TW .C WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00provided. .TW Y W W O W M .1 OM W.1 The cleaning pin passesC the cleaning pin W WW .100Y. cleanly through the hole. WW 0If Y.CO .TW cannot pass through.the WW .100Y C M.TW 0 W M.T W M .1 hole, replace the heating element. O W CO O W WW .100Y. .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW OM W O W .C W W .CO WW WW .100Y.C M.TW Ceramic Paper Filter(L).100Y WW 4. .Replace M.TW M.T 00Y 1 W Spring Filter the filters. O W CO O W WW .100Y. .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW OM W O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW Y.C WW .100Y.C M.TW WW CAUTION: M.TW O 100 pipe is very hot. W O W The . WW . Y.C M WWfilter 0Y.CO .TW Filter Pipe 100Filter Holder .TW WW .100Y.C Back Holder TW W M. O W M .10 WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 0 807 O .TW For Hakko0Y.C W Front Holder W O W .1 OM W.1 1. Turn the powerOM off. WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.C switch W WW .100Y.C M.TW W O 2. Turn the backOholder knob counterM.T .1 Spring Filter W Filter Holder W .CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.C outTW filter pipe. W W 00Y clockwise and pull M. the W O W .1 OM W.1 3. If there is solder in two-thirds of the spring WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W filter,WW.1 the.COM replace filter. WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C .TW 0 paper filter W stiff withW W ceramic Y .T is CAUTION : Securely insert the spring filter to OM M 4. If the flux W.1 W M .10 O .C W W the .CO .TW WW .1 WW .100Y.C M.TW end of the filter holder. 00Y andWW solder, replace the filter. M.T 00Y W M .1 O W CO O W 5. Insert theW filter WW .100Y. .TW 0Y.C Y.C .TW WW spring0filter into theW pipe. W Front OM W .10 paperM.T and put the WW.10 holderOM 6. Insert the ceramic CO filter W W Y.C WW .100Y.C M.TW W WW .1 the . Ceramic Paper .T back holder into 00Yfilter pipe. W M.T .100 O W O W OM W Filter WW (L) .100Y.C M.TW W 7. Insert the W pipe0Y.Cthe main body and WW filter into 0Y.Cfilter M.TW W .T .10Spring O O W .10 secure it by turning theCOM holder knob WWW .C WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y. back .TW .TW 00Y W W M .1 clockwise. OM W.1 .CO .TW Ceramic Paper W WW 00Y.CO .TW 00Y WW .100Y.C M.TW (L) W W Filter OM W.1 M .1 WW 00Y.CO .TW .CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.T For Hakko 817 WW W W 00Y M O W.1Attach the front holderW the filter pipe WW 1. Turn the power WW.1 OFF. COM switch . O .T to Y.C . W . W Y that does WW .so00YitC not leak air. 100 W 1 00 M OM 2. When the filter pipe is1cool to touch, push W. M.T W. . the Y.C WW 0pressCOback .holder assembly WW CO of W W Firmly 0Y TW down the release knob1at the back .T the WW . 00Y. M .100 into 1 filter pipe in order to property W. the Y.COM W WW 00Y.CO W pipe.COM W Wseat the0O-ring against the pipe. gun and remove the filter 0Y. W W W W M .1 .T 0 M.T .1 0 3. If the ceramic paper filter is stiff OM flux WW 00Y.CO W.1 Y.C with W WW 00Y.CO .TW W W W W M and solder, replace the filter.0 .1 W.1 M.T .10 WW 00Y.CO .TW WW WW filter Y.CO .TW W 4. Insert the ceramic paper 00 and attach W M .1 OM W.1 the spring filter to the WW holder..CO front W Y WW .100Y.C M.TW W MT .1 0 O 5. Insert the front holder into the0filter pipe. . W .CO .TW WWmain0body. WW .100Y.C W the .10 Y 6. Insert the filter pipe into M W 12 WW 00Y.CO .TW WW W M .1 O W WW .100Y.C M.TW O W WW .100Y.C W WW

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CALIBRATION OF IRON TEMPERATURE

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ERROR MESSAGES

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REPLACEMENT PARTS

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(0.028)

(0.047)

(0.67)

(0.12)

(0.12)

(0.67)

(0.031)

ø0.8

ø3

(0.67)

(0.02)

(0.063)

(0.67)

(0.059)

ø4

ø1.6

(0.16)

(0.12)

ø1.5

(0.67)

(0.59)

(0.

00

(0.2)

(0.094)

(0.02)

(0.67)

(0.08)

(0.079)

ø2.4

ø2

(0.2)

ø5

8)

(0.59)

(0.55)

(0.

00

8)

ø5.1

(0.2)

ø3.2

(0.26)

3.2

(0.13)

(0.02)

(0.67)

(0.1)

(0.079)

(0.67)

(0.51)

(0.047)

ø1.2

(0.047)

ø4.2

(0.2)

(0.2)

ø1.2

2

(0.028)

(0.079)

(0.079)

(0.24)

(0.016)

(0.98)

(0.67)

(0.63)

30°

(0.

00

8)

ø5.2

(0

.0

(0. 16 )

(0.2)

) 79

(0.35)

(0.43)

(0.67)

(0.039)

(0.75)

(0.02

)

(0.1 4)

1.2

(0.67)

(0.0

ø1.27

47)

(0.05)

(0.3 )

(0.67)

(0.75)

(0. 00 8)

ø1.18

(0.0

(0.98)

(0.3 )

(0.046)

(0.0 71)

39)

1

(0.67)

(0.55)

(0.

005

)

ø1

(0.039)

ø2

(0.079)

ø2

(0.59)

(0.59)

(0.039)

(0.079)

(0.31)

(0.98)

ø3.2

(0.49)

(0.13)

(0.039)

(0.98)

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REPLACEMENT/OPTIONAL PARTS

øB øA

øB

øB

øA

øA

PARTS LIST (Station)

Note: Spare or repair parts do not include mounting screws, if they are not listed on the description. Screws must be ordered separately.

Truss Screw (Zn,black) M4 × 5 (12)

Pan Head Screw with Washer M3 × 6

26 27

40 28

Pan Head Screw with Washer M3 × 6 (4)

29

Hexagon Socket Set Screw M4×6

Pan Head Screw with Washer M4 × 12 (8)

Flat Head Screw M4 × 12 (2)

33

Flat Head Screw M4 × 8 (4)

32

34 35 38 37

36

Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Part No. B1029 A1009 B1063 B1034 B1031 B1064 B1487 B2047 B2101 B2310 B1662 B1204 B2314 B2307 B2306 B2444

Part Name Vacuum Outlet Cap Ceramic Paper Filter (S) Filter Retainer O-ring (S-20) Vacuum Outlet Retainer Filter Case Joint Power Switch Membrane Sheet Receptacle Switch Receptacle Rubber Stopper Inner Hose Assembly Display Protection Plate P.W.B./Display Pump Assembly

Description set of 10

for Solder for Desolder set of 4

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21

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PARTS LIST

.TW OM W Y.C M.T .100 W CO WW .100Y. .TW OM W W WW .100Y.C M.TW M.T O W O WW .100Y.C M.TW 0Y.C M.TW .10 O W (Hakko WW 00Y.CO .TW 807/817) WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW W WW .100Y.C M.TW M.T Spare or repair parts do not includeO Note: mounting screws, if they areWW not listed on the CO Y. description. W .CO .TWScrews must beWW separately. W W ordered100Y.C M.TW 0Y M.T .100 .10 O W. OM WW 00Y.CO .TW W W W 0Y.C M.TW Y.C WW OM W.1 M.T Hakko 807 WW.10 .100 O W .CO .TW .C Y WW .100Y.C M.TW W Y W M .100 O W M.T .100 WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW W O W M .1 OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W .1 O W O WHakko 817M WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M.T WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M. WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W O W OM W.1 WW .100Y.C M WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W O W WW .100Y.C M WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C WW 00Y.CO .TW WW .100Y.C M.TW W W O W OM W.1 WW WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C M.TW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W O W WW .100Y.C WW .100Y.C M.TW W O W 23 WW WW .100Y.C M.TW O W WW .100Y.C M.TW O W WW .100Y.C W WW

PARTS LIST

Pan Head Screw M2.6 7 (1) Sus

Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Part No. B1653 A1174 B1015 B1654 A1304 A1030 B1655 B1656 B1916 A1033 B1657 B1917 B1659 B1023 B1024 B1660 B1915 B2517

Part Name Description Nozzle See P.20 Element Cover Heating Element 24V-60W Nut Flange Front Holder Spring Filter set of 10 Button Board w/Switch Filter Pipe Ceramic Paper Filter (L) set of 10 Cord Assembly Back Holder Assembly Housing a screw & fastener included Hose E.S.D. Cord Holder set of 4 Housing Fastener Filter Holder Filter Pipe Asse'y with Front Holder & Filters

Pan Head Screw M2.6 7 (7) Sus

2

1

6

3

4

5

Pan head screw M2.6 ´ 10 (1) with washer Sus

20

19

7

18

11

8

17

Pan head screw M2.6 ´ 7 (2) Sus

9

16

15

Item No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Part No. A1314 A1030 A1033 B2073 A1012 B1018 B1019 B1020 B2830 B1023 A1319 B2831 B1024 B1022 B1026 B1021 A1507 B1653 B1015

Part Name Front holder Spring filter Ceramic paper filter (L) Filter pipe O-ring Back holder assembly Release knob Spring for release knob Housing Hose Packing Cord assembly Cord holder Cord stopper Micro switch Trigger Heating element Nozzle Element cover Nut

Description

10pcs. 10pcs. With front holder & filters With O-ring

With screws

With micro switch & plug Set of 4

"24V, 60W" See P.20

14

12

10

13

WIRING DIAGRAM

A. Iron

2 2a

1 2

1a 2a

B. Iron

1 2

1a

Iron

2a

1

1a

C1

1

C2

1 3

Power cord

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