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Where can I get a Owners Manual for a Sears Craftsman Professional Plunge Router Model Number 315.248700.Its about 20 years old and only been used once.Original price was approximately $500.00 back then.,

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I have had incredible success over the years calling Sears product Help Line-usually Parts
-they have sent me numerous manuals for 20+ year old lawn mowers, rototillers, and snowblowers
-their after-market service makes me consider purchasing new products from them
...but I enjoy buying through auctions.....and hunting for manuals when I need them :)

-contact them at 1-800-366-PART (1-800-366-7278)
-they will be able to help or transfer you to the right place

best of luck



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