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I bought the 890 years ago. Now I am retired and I"m getting around to installing it in a table. The Delta/PC site says the 890 now ships w an instructional CD. Can anyone tell me how to get one?

I'd also like to get the PC height adjuster model 75301. Where?
 

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try this site for the adjuster:

http://www.toolmarts.com/pc_75301.html
They might have the CD as well, but routers are not so complicated that it's necessary. They spin the cutter around and raise and lower, that's pretty much it. You Tube will have a zillion videos on how to use them.
Feed direction is always the first question. Remember this simple rule, feed right to left on a table, left to right hand held. On the table you are moving the wood into the cutter, the cutter being stationary in the table. Hand held you are moving the router cutter into the work/wood, which is stationary and either clamped to the bench or large enough not to shift around. When routing the inside of a hole, or depending if the work is between you and the router or on the far side of the cutter and grain direction also comes into play. Never start out with a large cutter set to full depth on the first pass, take incremental passes. Good Luck.

BTW any questions or answers regarding routers can be found here:
http://www.routerforums.com/portable-routing/12131-feed-direction-complicated.html
 
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