Looking For An Owner's Manual

I just picked up a Craftsman 6 1/8in jointer/planer model number 113-206933. I've looked around on Sear's web site and on an old time tool web site and cannot find a manual for this jointer. Any ideas? I appreciate any feedback.
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On Mon, 12 Jan 2004 22:52:04 -0500, "Mike Marlow"

Do what I did when I recently purchased an older RAS. Call the manufacturer and ask. They might just sned one to you for free.
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This is an e mail address, They should have a copy for you. snipped-for-privacy@ridgidwoodworking.com Tony D.

113-206933.
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Mike,
Back in the early 1990's I was able to have Emerson Electric (the manufacturer of most of the early craftsman stationary tools) fax me more than a couple original owners manual. Contact their Special Products Division. The world headquarters is
8100 West Florissant Avenue, Saint Louis, MO 63136 (314) 553-2000
Their Fax number at that time at the special products division was 1-800-525-7248 and the phone number on the cover sheet was 314-595-1376
Good Luck
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In burped and spewed forth the following:

My thanks to the guys who replied. I have an even older Sears jointer that I was going to put together and at one time I thought for sure I had found a site that contained manuals for a huge amount of older Sears Craftsman products - doggoned if I can find it now. Oh well - that site did not have a manual for the other jointer I have so it'd have just been my luck that I would not find a manual on-line for this jointer, either. I do appreciate the feedback and will see what I can get from some of the options suggested by those who replied.
-Mike-
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Mike Marlow wrote:

http://www.oldwwmachines.com/MfgIndex/detail.asp?ID "2&PubNumc&#Publications
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Did you try www.oldwwm.com. ? I found everything I needed for a 40+ year old Craftsman table saw!
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Go to www3.sears.com. The manual P/N is 67096 and it will cost you $7.49. You might find it on OWWM for a free download.
Tom
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