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Thread: Jet Wide Belt Sander

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    Jet Wide Belt Sander

    I am working on setting up my jet wide belt sander and have no manual or place to get parts. All suggestions appreciated.

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    I suggest you provide us with more information

    What model?

    Jet doesn't make a wide belt sander so I'm very curious. Did you mean drum sander?
    Jason Beam
    Sacramento, CA

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    I am almost sure you can find the manual in PDF format at the Jet site You will need the model number to do the search
    Hello, My name is John and I am a toolaholic

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    Glad its my shop I am responsible for - I only have to make me happy.

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    Well there ya go .. I sit corrected. Looks like they got out of the business - but maybe you can find the manual here:

    http://woodworking.jettools.com/Parts.aspx

    Your model number might turn up some results.
    Jason Beam
    Sacramento, CA

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    Thank You all. My model number JWP-25P does not bring up any results on the Jet site.

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    Is it one of these?
    http://www.wmhtoolgroup.com/Results.aspx?cat=3368625


    You might want to contact Jet directly.

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    No Matt, the JWB-25 is a 25inch enclosed head sander with power table lift. My sander is the blue-green color but the newer ones are white.

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    Manual

    Brian ,
    I bought a used jwb 37p wide belt sander it looks like yours ,probably a late 80's I contacted jet parts on the telephone talked to a very nice woman who was able to e-mail me a pdf of the manual for my machine . I am sure they can do the same for you . You should have a placard on your machine with the serial and stock number ,beware the manual is in broken english and hard to read , and alot of the part numbers are changed ,but can be crossed referenced fairly easy . I have bought a few parts from a company in epping New Hampshire called Brentwood machinery >they are very helpful and knowledgable . Hope this helps Shane

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