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I have a manual for a Guldner Diesel engine. I need the starting and some maintenance instructions translated from German to English. If anyone is fluent in German, and knows engines, we can hopefully work something out off-line.... I could send the pages to them and then call and have them read translation to me to make it easiest??
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Google will translate for you, but you have to type the words into the box.

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You might try a local college. Or ask if there is any old timer in your area who speaks German. Kevin
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I can do it. Al Wait
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Google will translate for you, but you have to type the words into the box.

http://www.google.com/language_tools?hl=en
I just tested this for the heck of it...you don't have to TYPE---you can ALSO just copy and paste the text and POOF---there it is...................NEAT!

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