Use is Quite Simple.
1 -- You select the Proper S.H.C.S. and Tip for the Dowel to be Removed.
2 -- Using a long Allen Wrench, Push the S.H.C.S. through the Tip,
and Screw it in as Far as you can into the Dowel Pin.
3 -- Then Screw the Slide-Hammer Rod into the Tip.
4 -- Make sure the Slide-Hammer is Straight, then Carefully, Slap the Hammer against
the Rod-Stop, and Pull the Dowel out. Try Not to Hit Your Hand.
It may take several Hard-Hits, Depending on the Size and Tightness of Dowel Pin.
Do Not Hit Hammer Harder than Necessary, as you can Break the Smaller 1/4"
Dowel Pins, as well as the S.H.C. Screws.
Throw Away S.H.C.S. after a Couple of uses, as they can Fatigue and Break!
5 -- When you Reassemble the Machine Components, Clean & Flat-File Both Machine
Surfaces to Remove the Burrs around the Dowel Holes and Bolt Holes.