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Does anyone know where I can obtain a user manual for an Elu 3338 Type 2 plunge router manual? Thanks.
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Hello,

Welcome to The Router Forums.

This thread here discusses another users quest for the same manual and includes some photographs of manual pages that might or might not be what you are looking for

http://www.routerforums.com/general-...tml#post282570

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"Does anyone know where I can obtain a user manual for an Elu 3338 Type 2 plunge router manual? Thanks."

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Thanks for the manual, jotscan, and welcome to the forum.

I have added the manual to our library.

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Hi and welcome

If looking for spare parts pretty much everything for the current deWalt DW625 (with the exception of the motor and speed controller) are the same as the MOF177e typ 2 (3338-2). I still have a type 2

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Welcome to the forum William. For your information this is a very old thread. Age of threads can be seen in the top left corner of each individual reply. Thanks for posting the file.

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Welcome William to the forum
Thanks for the manual I will move it to the router re fence section

Looking forward to your participation.
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