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Owner's Manual Manual Owner's Model No. No. 875.199841 875.199841 Model

1/2-in. Heavy Heavy Duty Duty lmpact Impact Wrench Wrench 1/2-in.

Unpacking Unpacking When unpacking unpacking this product, product, carefully When damage that may may have inspect for any damage during transit. transit. Make Make sure sure any occurred during fittings, bolts, bolts, etc. etc. are tightened tightened loose ttings, service. before putting this product into service.
WARNING: Please Please read read and and save save these these safety safety and and operating operating instructions. instructions. Read Read carefully carefully WARNING: before attempting attempting to to assemble, assemble, install, install, operate operate or or maintain maintain the the product product described. described. before Protect yourself yourself and and others others by by observing observing all all safety safety information. information. Failure Failure to to comply comply with with Protect instructions could result in in personal personal injury injury and/or and/or property property damage! damage! Retain Retain instructions instructions instructions could result for future future reference. reference. for

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Heavy Use - 33 Gallon Professional 1/2" 1,050 IPM 7,000 RPM 580 ft. Ibs. 4.5 Ibs. 7-1/2" 4.7SCFM 3/8" I.D. 1/4" NPT 90 PSI

Model No. 875.199841


Drive size Impacts per minute Free speed (No Load) Ultimate torque Weight Overall length Average air consumption Recommended hose size Air inlet Maximum Air Pressure

0 Features & Benefits 0 Specifications

CRAFTSMAN TOOL

. lnstananon and Operation , Maintenance

Product Warranty 0 Compressor Requirements 0 Important Safety Instructions

If this Craftsman tool fails to give complete satisfaction within one year from the date of

purchase, RETURN IT TO ANY SEARS STORE OR PARTS & REPAIR CENTER OR


OTHER CRAFT5MAN QUTI-ET IN THE UNITED STATES FOR FREE REPAIR (or replacement if repair proves impossible)

quick socket ha"9eS'

Specifications

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Drive size ............... ........... ..1l2" Impacts per minute 1,050 IPM Free speed (No Load) 7,000 RPM Ultimate torque ............. .. . .... .. 580 ft. lbs. Weight .......... lbs. Overall length ..... ........... .. 7-1/2" Average air consumption ...... .. 4.7 SCFM Recommended hose size ..........3/8" l.D. Air inlet ..................................... .. 1/4" NPT Maximum Air Pressure ................ .. 90 PSI
CRAFTSMAN TOOL

Square Drive Impact Wrench is ideal for

The Craftsman Model 875.199840 1/2"

general assembly, automotive, agricultural

regulator for power output adjustment. Twin hammer clutch for increased P ower output. Ring-type socket retainer allows

and industrial applications. Built-in

and industrial applications. Built-in


expendable parts, such as lamps, batteries, applies for only 90 days from the date of bits or blades. purchase. This warranty does not include

Twin hammer clutch for increased power

regulator for power output adjustment.

Square Drive Impact Wrench is ideal for general assembly, automotive, agricultural

efpen d a bl e pa rtS , 5C |'l as I amps ,b a ttmes .


bits or blades.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state

Sears, Roebuck and Co.,


Hoffman Estates, IL 60179

Min. Compressor Requirements


Light Use - 17 Gallon

Heavy Use - 33 Gallon Professional

quick socket changes.

Features 8 Benets The Craftsman Model 875199840 1/2"


vary from state to state This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which

output. Ring-type socket retainer allows

Typical Use - 26Gallon

Features & Benefits Specifications Product Warranty Compressor Requirements Important Safety Instructions Installation and Operation Maintenance Exploded View Drawing & Parts List Troubleshooting

Features & Benefits

Specifications

0 Exploded View Drawing & Parts List 0 Troubleshooting


Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179

If this Craftsman tool is ever used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase. This warranty does not include

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ONE YEAR FULL WARRANTY ON

commercial or rental purposes, this warranty

replacement if repair proves impossible).

OTHER CRAFTSMAN OUTLET IN THE

STORE OR PARTS & REPAIR CENTER OR

UNITED STATES FOR FREE REPAIR (or

purchase, RETURN IT TO ANY SEARS

satisfaction within one year from the date of

If this Craftsman tool fails to give complete

If this Craftsman tool is ever used for

Min. Compressor Requirements

Model No. 875.199841

Typical Use - 26Gallon Light Use -17 Gallon

Warranty

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Important Safety Instructions
Read Operating Instructions Instructions Please become familiar with all the instructions and warnings before operating any pneumatic tool. Always Wear Approved Eye Protection Impact resistant eye protection should meet or exceed the standards set forth in

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Maximum 90 PSI Maximum This tool is designed to operate at an air pressure of 90 pounds per square inch gauge pressure (90 PSI) maximum, at the tool. Use of higher tool. Use higher air pressure can, and may cause injury. Also, the use of higher air pressure places the internal components under loads and stresses components they were not designed for, causing premature tool failure.

287.1, Occupational Occupational and and ANSI Z87.1,


Educational Eye and Face Protection. Look for marking Z87.1 on your eye

AWARNING Awnniiiiiiie
California Prop 65 power sanding, Some dust created by power sawing, grinding, drilling and other construction activities contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth reproductive harm. defects or other reproductive Some examples of these chemicals are: Lead from lead based paint, crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry products, arsenic and masonry chemically-treated chromium from chemically-treated lumber. Your risk from those exposures varies, depending on how often you do this To reduce your exposure exposure type of work. To to these chemicals: work in a well approved ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such as dust masks safety that are specifically designed to filter filter specifically designed particles. out microscopic particles.

protection to ensure that it is an approved style.


is Recommended Recommended Hearing Protection is Hearing protection should be used when the noise level exposure equals or an 8 hour time-weighted average exceeds an noise, sound level of 85dBA. Process noise, reflective surfaces, other tools being nearby, all all add to the noise level operated nearby, in in a a given work area. If you are unable to determine your noise level exposure, we recommend the use of hearing protection. protection.

Avoid Prolonged Exposure to Vibration use. Pneumatic tools can vibrate during use. Prolonged exposure to vibration or very repetitive hand and arm movements can cause injury. injury. Discontinue the use of any tool if you experience tingling, tingling, numbness, numbness, in your hands or arms. discomfort or pain in You You should consult your physician before tool. resuming use of tool.

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Disconnect the air tool from air supply before changing tools or attachments, servicing and during non-operation. Do not wear loose fitting clothing, scarves, or neck ties in work area. Loose clothing may become caught in moving parts and result in serious personal injury. Do not wear jewelry when operating any tool. Jewelry may become caught in moving parts and result in serious personal injury.

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Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight and ensure equipment is in safe working condition.

A WARNING

Do not depress trigger when connecting Never trigger the tool when not applied

and ensure equipment is in safe working condition.

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Disconnect the air tool from air supply before changing tools or attachments, servicing and during non-operation. Do not wear loose fitting clothing, scarves, or neck ties in work area. Loose clothing may become caught in moving parts and result in serious personal injury. Do not wear jewelry when operating any tool. Jewelry may become caught in moving parts and result in serious personal injury. Do not depress trigger when connecting the air supply hose. Never trigger the tool when not applied to a work object. Attachments must be securely attached. Loose attachments can cause serious injury. Protect air lines from damage or puncture. Never point an air tool at oneself or any other person. Serious injury could occur. Check air hoses for weak or worn conditions before each use. Make sure all connections are secure.

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Always use accessories with an RPM rating that meets or exceeds the tool RPM rating.

Use attachments designed for use with air powered tool. Always examine accessories before mounting for chips, cracks, or signs of damage. Never use mounted points or other accessories that have been dropped or exposed to water, solvent or extreme temperature changes. It is a good practice to operate the tool in a protected enclosure for one minute after mounting any accessory.

Never carry a tool by the hose or pull the hose to move the tool or a compressor. Keep hoses away from heat, oil and sharp edges. Replace any hose that is damaged, weak or worn.

the air supply hose. to a work object.

Attachments must be securely serious injury. puncture.

attached. Loose attachments can cause Protect air lines from damage or

Never point an air tool at oneself or any other person. Serious injury could occur. Check air hoses for weak or worn connections are secure.

conditions before each use. Make sure all

A CAUTION

Release all pressure from the system before attempting to install, service,

relocate or perform any maintenance. Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight

Release all pressure from the system before attempting to install, service, relocate or perform any maintenance.

Use attachments designed for use with air powered tool. Always examine accessories before mounting for chips, cracks, or signs of damage. Never use mounted points or other accessories that have been dropped or exposed to water, solvent or extreme temperature changes. It is a good practice to operate the tool in a protected enclosure for one minute after mounting any accessory.

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Always use accessories with an RPM rating that meets or exceeds the tool RPM rating.

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Never carry a tool by the hose or pull the hose to move the tool or a compressor. Keep hoses away from heat, oil and sharp edges. Replace any hose that is damaged, weak or worn.

AWARNING

Inhalation hazard: Abrasive tools, such as grinders, sanders and cut-off tools generate dust and abrasive materials which can be harmful to human lungs and respiratory system. Always wear MSHA/NIOSH approved, properly fitting face mask or respirator when using such tools.

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Inhalation hazard: Abrasive tools, such as grinders, sanders and cut-o tools generate dust and abrasive materials which can be harmful to human lungs and respiratory system. Always wear MSHA/NIOSH approved, properly fitting face mask or respirator when using such tools.

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Tools which cut, shear, shear, drill, staple, staple, punch, chisel, etc. etc. are are capable of punch, Keep the causing serious injury. Keep working part of of the tool away from body. hands and body.

Some materials such as adhesives and tar, contain chemicals whose vapors cause serious injury injury with could cause exposure. Always work in a prolonged exposure. clean, dry, dry, well ventilated area. area. clean,

AWARNJNG AWARNING

Too/s which contain moving elements, Tools elements, or drive other moving tools, such as wheels, sockets, sanding grinding wheels, discs, etc., etc., can become entangled in discs, jewelry and other loose hair, clothing, jewelry injury. objects, resulting in severe injury. fitting apparel which Never wear loose fitting ties, that could contains loose straps or ties, become tangled in moving parts of the tool. Remove Remove anyjewelry, any jewelry, watches, watches, etc., etc., tool. become caught by the which might become tool. Keep hands hands away from moving moving tool. parts. Tie Tie up or cover long hair. hair. parts.

AWARNING AWARNING
After an air tool has been lubricated, oil After will discharge through the exhaust port will first few seconds of during the first Thus, the exhaust port must operation. Thus, a towel before applying applying be covered with a pressure. air pressure.

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(My Intact Sockets 8-Accessories & Accessories Use Ollylnqaactsoclets "FOR USE Only use sockets designated FOR WRENCHES." WITH IMPACT WRENCHES. " Hand tool break, creating a a hazard sockets can break, from flying pieces. Always check sockets, retainers and drives regularly regularly damage and replace when for wear or damage necessary.

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Improperly maintained tools and Improperly can cause cause serious injury. injury. accessories can care. A properly properly Maintain the tool with care. tool, with sharp cutting maintained tool, edges, reduces the risk of binding and edges, easier to control. control. is easier a risk of bursting bursting if the tool is There is a damaged. Check for misalignment misalignment or damaged. breakage of binding of moving parts, breakage parts and any other condition that the tool's operation. operation. If damaged, affects the damaged, the tool serviced before using. using. have the

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Before the tool is connected to the air supply, clear the air hose of accumulated dust and moisture by running air freely through the air hose for 5-10 seconds. Air Hoses for your Air Tools Figure 1 Illustrates a recommended air hose hook up. A 3/8 inch ID air hose is required up to a length of 25 feet. A 3/8 inch ID hose longer than 25 feet will cause a pressure drop and may impede performance. If more length is required, a I/2 inch ID air hose is recommended. Be sure all hoses and fittings are the correct size and correctly secured before using the tool.

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Never carry a tool by the hose or pull the hose to move the tool or a compressor. Keep hoses away from heat, oil and sharp edges. Replace any hose that is damaged, weak or worn. Small (home) shop hard piping: A piping diagram for a typical home shop is shown. Some helpful tips are: Always use hoses and pipes rated for higher pressure than your system will encounter. Never use PVC pipes for compressed air piping systems as explosion and serious injury may result.

The connection from the compressor to the initial take-off hard pipe must

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Operation
This tools tools power power regulator regulator valve valve (fig. 2). 2). Rotate regulator regulator until until desired desired output output is is Rotate achieved. The settings settings on on the regulator regulator are achieved. only for reference reference only only and and do do not denote denote a a power output. output. Turn Turn regulator regulator to specific power position with with smaller smaller circle circle being being the least position and larger circle being for amount of power and most amount amount of power. power. The The tool tool the most operates in in maximum maximum power power in in reverse. reverse. operates

Route the initial take-off line (pipe) as Route up the shop wall and and as high high straight up minimize as possible. This will help minimize leaving the compressor and and water leaving traveling through through system system traveling the main main lines lines down down at at least Slope the inch per 10 10 feet of pipe away away 3/4 inch from air air compressor; this will draw from the flow of air the condensate with the and away away from from the the compressor. compressor. and Place the the first first drop drop as as far far from from the the Place compressor as as the the size size of of your shop shop compressor will allow allow (50 (50 feet feet is is optimal, optimal, although although will unrealistic for for a a small small shop). shop). The The unrealistic further the the drop, drop, the the more more that that further condensation can can occur, occur, and and the the condensation drier the the air air will will be be when when it it reaches reaches drier the water water separator. separator. the In order order to to reduce reduce the the amount amount of of In water and and contaminants contaminants that that get get into into water the water separator, install the takethe water separator, install the takeoff line on on the the top top of of the the main main air air offline supply line line for for each each air air drop. drop. supply A Drain Drain line line should should be be placed placed at at the the A end of of the the main main line line for for condensate condensate end drainage. drainage. Drain valves valves should should be be placed placed at at the the Drain end of of branch branch lines lines and and the the drain drain end line, and and drained drained daily. daily. line,

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Once a a bolt bolt or or fastener fastener is is seated, seated, Once impacting for for longer longer than than five five (5) (5) impacting seconds will will cause cause excessive excessive wear wear and and seconds possible damage damage to to the the impacting impacting possible mechanism. If If it it takes takes longer longer than than five five mechanism. seconds to to tighten tighten or or loosen loosen your your bolt bolt seconds or fastener, fastener, we we recommend recommend the the use use of of a a or larger size size impact impact wrench. wrench. larger

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Recommended Lubricants Use air tool oil or any other high grade turbine oil containing moisture absorbent, rust inhibitors, metal wetting agents and an EP (extreme pressure) additive. See Figure 3 for location/air inlet. IMPACT MECHANISM LUBRICATION The impact mechanism transfers power from the tool to a nut or bolt. Oil in the mechanism is forced out and must be replaced. Lubricate the impact mechanism one time a year; more often if a tool is used more than ten hours a week. To lubricate and clean the impact mechanism and the front bearing:
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Lubrication An in-line filter-regulator-lubricator (fig 1) is recommended as it increases tool life and keeps the tool in sustained operation. The in-line lubricator should be regularly checked and filled with air tool oil. Proper adjustment of the in-line lubricator is performed by placing a sheet of paper next to the tools exhaust ports and holding the throttle open approximately 30 seconds. The lubricator is properly set when a light stain of oil collects on the paper.

Excessive amounts of oil should be avoided. In the event that it becomes necessary to store the tool for an extended period of time (overnight, weekend, etc.), it should receive a generous amount of lubrication through the air inlet (Figure 3). The tool should be run for approximately 30 seconds to ensure oil has been evenly distributed throughout the tool. The tool should be stored in a clean and dry environment.

Excessive amounts of oil should be avoided. In the event that it becomes necessary to store the tool for an extended period of time (overnight, weekend, etc.), it should receive a generous amount of lubrication through the air inlet (Figure 3). The tool should be run for approximately 30 seconds to ensure oil has been evenly distributed throughout the tool. The tool should be stored in a clean and dry environment.

Recommended Lubricants Use air tool oil or any other high grade turbine oil containing moisture absorbent, rust inhibitors, metal wetting agents and an EP (extreme pressure) additive. See Figure 3 for location/air inlet.

Lubrication An in-line filter-regulator-lubricator (g 1) is recommended as it increases tool life and keeps the tool in sustained operation. The in-line lubricator should be regularly checked and lled with air tool oil. Proper adjustment of the in-line lubricator is performed by placing a sheet of paper next to the tools exhaust ports and holding the throttle open approximately 30 seconds. The lubricator is properly set when a light stain of oil collects on the paper

IMPACT MECHANISM LUBRICATION The impact mechanism transfers power from the tool to a nut or bolt. Oil in the mechanism is forced out and must be replaced. Lubricate the impact mechanism one time a year; more often if a tool is used more than ten hours a week. To lubricate and clean the impact mechanism and the front bearing:

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2. Remove the slotted screw or Allen head screw (Ref. No. 46) from the oil port hole (Refer to figure 3). 3. Squeeze approximately 1 oz. of 30 weight oil through the oil port hole. Replace the screw.

4. Reconnect the air supply to the impact wrench and run for 20 to 30 seconds. Lubricate the entire impact mechanism by rotating the tool upside down and sideways while running the tool. 5. Remove the screw and hold the oil port hole over a suitable container to allow excess oil to drain. Sometimes triggering the tool when dumping the oils helps to force out the excess oil. 6. If the oil is dirty, repeat the procedure above until the oil comes out clear. Install the screw and tighten. The residual oil remaining in the impact mechanism chamber is all that is needed for proper lubrication.

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4. Reconnect the air supply to the impact wrench and run for 20 to 30 seconds. Lubricate the entire impact mechanism by rotating the tool upside down and sideways while running the tool.

2. Remove the slotted screw or Allen head screw (Ref. No. 46) from the oil port hole (Refer to figure 3).

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6. If the oil is dirty, repeat the procedure above until the oil comes out clear. Install the screw and tighten. The residual oil remaining in the impact mechanism chamber is all that 5. Remove the screw and hold the oil port hole over a suitable container to allow excess oil to drain. Sometimes triggering the tool when dumping the oils helps to force out the excess oil. 3. Squeeze approximately 1 oz. of 30 weight oil through the oil port hole. Replace the screw.

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Troubleshooting
1. Flush the tool with air tool oil, gum solvent, or an equal mixture of SAE 10 motor oil and kerosene. Lubricate the tool after cleaning. 2. Lubricate the tool according to the lubrication instructions in this manual. 3a. Adjust the regulator on the tool to the maximum setting (If applicable). 3b. Adjust the compressor regulator to tool maximum while the tool is running free. 4. Tighten and seal hose ttings if leaks are found. 5a. Be sure the hose is the proper size. Long hoses or tools using large volumes of air may require a hose with an l.D. of 1/2 or larger depending on the total length of the hose.
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5b. Do not use multiple number of hoses connected together with quick connect fittings. This causes additional pressure drops and reduces the tool power. Directly connect the hoses together.

4_ Air hose ieaks 5 Pressure drops '

2_ water in ihe air |ines/ 2a. Install a water separator/filter. hoses NOTE: Separators only work properly when the air passing through the separator is cool. Locate the separator/filter as far as possible from the compressor.

2b. Install an air dryer. 2c. Anytime water enters the tool, the tool should be oiled immediately.

Tool runs slow or will not operate.

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2. No oil in tool

1. Grit or gum in tool

Troubleshooting

1. Flush the tool with air tool oil, gum solvent, or an equal mixture of SAE 10 motor oil and kerosene. Lubricate the tool after cleaning.

2. Lubricate the tool according to the lubrication instructions in this manual.

_ Mmsture blowing out of tool

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4. Air hose leaks

5. Pressure drops

3. Low air pressure

1. Water in tank

5a. Be sure the hose is the proper size. Long hoses or tools using large volumes of air may require a hose with an I.D. of 1/2" or larger depending on the total length of the hose.

4. Tighten and seal hose fittings if leaks are found.

2a. Install a water separator/filter. NOTE: Separators only work properly when the air passing through the separator is cool. Locate the separator/filter as far as possible from the compressor.

Tooi runs siow or Wm not operate_

1_ Grit or gum iri iooi

1. Drain tank. (See air compressor manual). oil tool and run until no water is evident. Oil tool again and run 1-2 seconds. 3b. Adjust the compressor regulator to tool maximum while the tool is running free. 3a. Adjust the regulator on the tool to the maximum setting (If applicable).

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5b. Do not use multiple number of hoses connected together with quick connect fittings. This causes additional pressure drops and reduces the tool power. Directly connect the hoses together.

1. Drain tank. (See air compressor manual). Oil tool and run until no water is evident. Oil tool again and run 1-2 seconds.

Model No. 875.199841

Owners Owner's Manual

Model No. 875.199841 875. 199841


Troubleshooting Troubleshooting

Impacts Sl9W'y slowly Impacts or will not impact or Wm not "npact

- 1. Lack of lubrication 1' Lack Cf lubrication 2_ 2. Tooi Tool regulator set in in wrong position position

1. Lubricate the air motor and the 1. mechanism. (See Lubrication Lubrication impact mechanism. section of this manual) 2. regulatorj>n on the tool to 2 - Adjust the regulator the maximum setting setting

3. Adjust regulators in in the air system system 3_ 3. 3. [Mine In-line regmator regulator or or compressor regulator set too low Impacts rapidly lgurt but gaeivgggigrgqpact 1. Worn impact lrnlpactts will no not remove remove bolts WI o s mechanism Does OI not impact impact Does 1. 5I'I<e|'l Broken Impact impact 1' mechanism mechanism

1. 1. Replace Replace worn worn impact impact mechanism mechanism components components
1. Replace Replace broken broken impact mechanism mechanism 1. components

Notes: Notes:

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