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I have just bought a Frejoth 6" jointer model CT-150C 2nd hand. I am a novice woodworker and was wondering if there are any operating and maintenance manuals out there.

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SOURCE: Reliant 6'' jointer owners manual?

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.

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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SOURCE: I AM LOOKING FOR A MANUAL FOR A ROCKWELL JOINTER 37-600

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mikebo732. I own a jointer same number and all as yours. I also need a manual. Can you call me or email. 573/422/3333 mweidi01@hotmail.com Mark Weidinger

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SOURCE: blade guard for Atlas 6'' jointer

I can send you pics of the one I made from plywood for this same jointer. If you're looking for an original I can't help you there.

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