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IAN BARTER01/06/2017 12:52:28
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Hi everyone

I have been given a Black and Decker DN 339 Bandsaw and I'm on the hunt for a copy of the user manual so I can set it up and get started making things. If anyone could help I would be grateful.

Kind regards


Derek Lane01/06/2017 18:32:02
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Not sure but THIS maybe the same machine under a different name.

IAN BARTER02/06/2017 11:23:20
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Hi Derek

Thanks for that. I don't think that it's quite the same but it's as near as dam it.



Paul Bodiam02/06/2017 12:58:41
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The Black & Decker DN 339 shared many components wit the Dewalt DW100 bandsaw.

The Burgess bandsaw that Derek links to was a different beast altogether.


Here are some links to spares suppliers for the Black & Decker DN 339:


I don't know if either of these supplies stock manuals, but there are useful exploded diagrams on both sites that show where everthing goes.


Hope this helps.

Edited By Paul Bodiam on 02/06/2017 12:59:07

IAN BARTER02/06/2017 13:15:02
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Thanks Paul, it's much appreciated.

I've actually been on to Black and Decker Support team and they were very good. They emailed me a copy of the user manual Free. They keep copies in their achives.

lucy ajones29/10/2017 04:52:00
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I like this product and it's cut everything I actually have tried from plastic to wood and atomic number 13. there's a wobble once the unit is up to hurry virtually like one among the wheels is out of balance. I actually have not been ready to puzzle out associate degree adjustment that affects the wobble. The wobble does not have an effect on cutting performance, however, will create the ground wobble. It conjointly looks louder than some similar saws I actually have utilized in the past.

I have had one or two of band saws within the past wherever you may ne'er regulate the alignment in order that they did not slip their blade at intervals regarding quarter-hour. This unit has not had that downside and has been used for a minimum of twenty hours of cutting.

Peter Farnell10/11/2017 18:59:10
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HI, Lucy!

Great contributions but I think your Google Translate needs looking at!!



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