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Reliant 6'' jointer owners manual?

I've received a Reliant 6'' jointer and am trying to locate an owners manual. I'm not sure if they are available on line to print or a place to locate an original? Thank you! Mark

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    Dave was very helpful and professional. Great help!!!

  • aspenger55 May 05, 2009

    I have the same problem! need a copy of the manual for a reliant 6" jointer. I would like to change out the blades and set the new ones correct and not by guess.

    thank you

    ron

    aspenger55@gmail.com

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I have an owner's manual that I can scan and email to you. If you still need it, contact me at dajomail52@gmail.com.

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