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Mastercraft Wet Sharpener; Model No 55-3504-4

How can I access an instruction manual for a Mastercraft Wet Sharpener; Model No 55-3504-4.
The Motor Type is 120V AC
The Speed is 170 RPM (no load)

Thanks Lou.

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  • ldtjwil Nov 18, 2008

    looking for a manual, or instructions on changing the grinding wheel

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I just purchased one of these machines - also without the manual (seems to be a recurring problem with Mastercraft).

I phoned Mastercraft's toll-free number (1-800-689-9928) and they apologized and said they'd mail me a manual.

Have the model # handy, and be prepared to stay on hold for awhile (took me almost 30min the 1st try, maybe 10min the 2nd).

Hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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    Tyler P Nov 15, 2014

    Go to www.kingcanada.com the same sharpener is there under KC-4500S Manual and parts list can be downloaded

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I too, was looking for an owner's/instruction manual. I called the 1-800 number and went right through. The girl was very helpful and said she would have it emailed to me ASAP.

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