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Steve B.
 
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Default DAK Turbo Baker IV Manual

Several people have asked me for a copy of the DAK bread maker manual,
but when it comes down to paying for copying and postage, no one comes
through. I have some extra website space now, so I posted scans at
http://www.ameritech.net/users/sharpening/DAK.htm. If you want to thank
me, consider purchasing a copy of Sharpening Made Easy.

Parts for the DAK are apparently still available at
http://www.dakgourmet.com/

Steve Bottorff

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Sharpening Made Easy: A Primer on Sharpening Knives and Other Edged
Tools by Steve Bottorff
Copyright January 2002 Knife World Publications
www.sharpeningmadeeasy.com

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