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Looking for a service manual for tuscan LD48 lathe

Having googling for available download. supplier is not forthcoming with user manual

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SOURCE: user manuals

theres two different ones i think
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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/pmac/en/index.htm

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http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/pmac2cm/en/index.htm

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SOURCE: needs a free english owner's manual

I would think you could get the English version by simply contacting your local dealership manager & get their Parts Department to order you a copy.

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SOURCE: user manual for elu db180 wood lathe

Here ya go:
http://www.daltonsmachines.com/uploads/files/oldmanuals//Elu_DB_180_Lathe_Manual.pdf

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05-14-2013, 08:12 PM#56 Ajcoholic
Moderator Join Date Jun 2012 Location Timmins, Ontario, Canada Posts 2,446 Real Name Andrew J. Coholic
Re: Pics of my shop... if anyone wants to have a look
Originally Posted by dextadog
"Andrew do you have an email address mine is meanjacko@bigpond.com.au obviously australian. I have also a spanish "beast" but lack operation/service manual need some clues to drive same regards" Yes, it is ajcoholic@icloud dot com - I am assuming you need some info on the Urpematic lathe? I do have the original manual and drawings, they are not super detailed but enough to operate the machine. I could make a copy and send to you if you wanted.
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