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OPERATOR'S MANUAL
8-1/4 in. (209.6 mm) Cordless
Compound Miter Saw
Model MS181
THANK YOU FOR BUYING A RYOBI CORDLESS COMPOUND MITER SAW.
Your new saw has been engineered and manufactured to Ryobi's high standards for dependability, ease of operation,
and operator safety. Properly cared for, it will give you years of rugged, trouble-free performance.
CAUTION: Carefully read through this entire operator's manual before using your new saw.
Pay close attention to the Rules for Safe Operation, Warnings, and Cautions. If you use your saw properly and only
for what it is intended, you will enjoy years of safe, reliable service.
Please fill out and return the Warranty Registration Card so we can be of future service to you.
Thank you again for buying Ryobi tools.
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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Page 1 - Model MS181

4 53 03 0151515304522.531.6222.522.531.6231.62ROTATION4 53 03 0151515304522.531.6222.522.531.6231.62ROTATIONOPERATOR'S MANUAL8-1/4 in. (209.6 mm)

Page 2 - INTRODUCTION

Page 10ROTATION Carbide Tipped Saw Blade - 8-1/4 in. (209.6 mm) Dust Bag Dust Guide Blade WrenchLOOSE PARTS LISTWARNING: The use of attachments or

Page 3 - RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION

Page 11LED FUNCTION OF CHARGERSee Figure 3.LED WILL BE LIGHTED TO INDICATE STATUS OFCHARGER AND BATTERY PACK: Red LED lighted = Fast Charging Mode

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Page 123 01 501 53 04531.6222.522.54 53 03 0151515304522.531.6222.522.531.6231.62ROTATION4 53 03 0151515304522.531.6222.522.531.6231.62ROTATIONKNOW YO

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Page 13Fig. 93 01 501 53 04531.6222.522.501 53 04531.6222.5FEATURESCARRYING HANDLESee Figure 6.For convenience when carrying or transporting yourmiter

Page 6

Page 14FEATURESFig. 10DETENT STOPS ON MITER TABLEDetent stops have been provided at 0°, 22-1/2°, 30°,and 45°. The 22-1/2°, 30° and 45° detent stops ha

Page 7

Page 15WORK CLAMPSee Figure 14. Remove battery pack from saw.WARNING:Failure to remove battery pack from your sawcould result in accidental starting

Page 8 - SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

Page 16ROTATIONADJUSTMENTSTO INSTALL BLADESee Figures 15, 16, 17 and 18.DANGER:A 8-1/4 in. (209.6 mm) blade is the maximum bladecapacity of your saw.

Page 9 - TOOLS NEEDED

Page 17ADJUSTMENTS Depress the spindle lock button and rotate theblade bolt until the spindle locks. See Figure 18. Using the blade wrench provided,

Page 10 - WARNING:

Page 1801 53 04 51 53 04 531.6222.531.62Note: Many of the illustrations in this manual showonly portions of your compound miter saw. This isintentiona

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Page 1945301501522.530454531.6222.531.6245301501522.530454531.6222.531.62ADJUSTMENTSSQUARING THE SAW BLADE TO THE FENCESee Figures 23 – 26. Remove ba

Page 12 - FEATURES

Page 2 Table of Contents and Introduction ...

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Page 211530ADJUSTMENTSFig. 29VIEW OF BLADE NOT SQUARE WITH MITERTABLE, ADJUSTMENTS ARE REQUIREDFig. 28VIEW OF BLADE NOT SQUARE WITH MITERTABLE, ADJUST

Page 15 - ADJUSTMENTS

Page 22 Use the 5 mm hex key provided to adjust thedepth stop adjustment screw. The saw blade islowered by turning the screw counterclockwiseand rais

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Page 233 04531.62OPERATIONWARNING:Always wear safety goggles or safety glasses withside shields when operating tools. Failure to do socould result in

Page 17 - CAUTION:

Page 24CUTTING WITH YOUR COMPOUNDMITER SAWWARNING:When using a work clamp or C-clamp to secureyour workpiece, clamp workpiece on one side ofthe blade

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Page 2515304 53 03 0151515304522.531.6222.522.531.6231.62OPERATIONBEVEL CUTSee Figures 34 and 35.A bevel cut is made by cutting across the grain of th

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Page 264 53 01 501 53 04 531.6222.522.531.62OPERATIONCOMPOUND MITER CUTSee Figures 36 and 37.A compound miter cut is a cut made using a miterangle and

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Page 274 53 03 0151515304522.531.6222.522.531.6231.62OPERATION Before turning on the saw, perform a dry run of thecutting operation just to make sure

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Page 284 PITCH OF SIDENUMBER OF SIDES0°6M- 45.00°B- 0.00°5°10°15°20°25°30°35°40°45°50°55°60°65°70°75°80°85°90°578910M- 36.00°B- 0.00°M- 30.00°

Page 22 - DEPTH STOP ADJUSTMENTS

Page 29CUTTING CROWN MOLDINGYour compound miter saw does an excellent job ofcutting crown molding. In general, compound mitersaws do a better job of c

Page 23 - APPLICATIONS

Page 3READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS KNOW YOUR POWER TOOL. Read theoperator's manual carefully. Learn the saw'sapplications and limitations as well

Page 24 - See Figures 40 and 41

Page 30When cutting crown molding by this method the bevelangle should be set at 33.85°. The miter angle shouldbe set at 31.62° either right or left,

Page 25 - OPERATION

Page 31MAINTENANCEWARNING:When servicing, use only identical Ryobireplacement parts. Use of any other part maycreate a hazard, cause product damage or

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983000-075 6-03• SERVICENow that you have purchased your tool, should a need ever exist for repair parts orservice, simply contact your nearest Ry

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Page 4 NEVER LEAVE TOOL RUNNING UNAT-TENDED. REMOVE BATTERY PACK. Do notleave tool, move workpiece or make adjustmentsuntil it comes to a complete st

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Page 5RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION REPLACEMENT PARTS. All repairs, whetherelectrical or mechanical, should be made at yournearest authorized service cent

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Page 6IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FORCHARGER SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. This manualcontains important safety and operatinginstructions for charger pa

Page 30

Page 7 SYMBOL NAME DESIGNATION/EXPLANATIONV Volts VoltageA Amperes CurrentHz Hertz Frequency (cycles per second)min Minutes TimeAlternating Current

Page 31 - MAINTENANCE

Page 8ArborThe shaft on which a blade or cutting tool is mounted.Bevel CutA cutting operation made with the blade at any angleother than 90° to the mi

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Page 9Your Compound Miter Saw has been shippedcompletely assembled except for the battery pack,dust bag or dust guide.WARNING:If any parts are missing

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