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Craftsman thickness planer mod.no. 351-275210. looking for instructions to set up or replace cutter knives.

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Hello,

Are you sure that the model# 351-275210 is accurate? Sears Parts Direct is not listing this particular number. This may be because it is inaccurate, or the planer that you have is no longer supported. Searches on the internet have yielded little information as well.

If this model # is accurate, then you will need to contact your nearest store. They should be able to order you a manual, perhaps even print you one while you wait if the document is available. The store databases will sometimes have more information available than what is available from their website.

Please confirm the model #.

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