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OK, from the EU website at "http://service.blackanddecker.co.uk//Products/DocumentFull.aspx?ProductID=949&DocumentID=9973&BOMRegionID=1"
is this pic:

How do I change the cutters on a B&D DN 710 planer - 25622905-nejbjik3oh2kxijsmdkj2b3d-3-0.gif the only difference there should be here is that the EU model runs on 220V instead of 110V, good luck!!

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