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    I am a snow bird located in Bullhead City, Az which is about 100 miles south of Las Vegas. I have a DeWalt scroll saw at home in Pa and would like to purchase one here from a retailer rather then via the internet. To date I haven't been able to find a retailer in this area. Does anyone know where I can purchase a DeWalt "live" rather then internet in this area? If necessary, I will use the internet.

    Thank you

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    You should be able to go to the DeWalt site and see where the nearest retailer is. I know they listed the places that will repair them - I think I remember seeing a spot to find the retailers too.
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