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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-24-2010, 10:33 AM Thread Starter
 
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hi all happy to be here i am in need of a router manual. craftsman 215.17430, and anything on a craftsman router table 25475
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Did you ever find a manual for your Sears router? I recently found one.
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Did you ever find a manual for your Sears router? I recently found one.
Hi, Mike. It is a 3 year old post, I,m fairly sure he either found one, or gave up by now! But if you want, add to our router reference section. May help someone else!

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Hi, Mike. It is a 3 year old post, I,m fairly sure he either found one, or gave up by now! But if you want, add to our router reference section. May help someone else!
Done, thanks for the "nudge".
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