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  • Pendleton, Indiana

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    • DeRidder Louisiana.

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      • Crawfordsville In.

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        • 16 pages to find out I havent done this.

          Springfield Oregon lived in Lane County since 1946 I think I need to move.
          Something Profound

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          • Live Coastal NC, and Thank you Rick brady for fixing what was broke~

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            • I live in New Port Richey, Fl

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              • Hi Robert, maybe I missed seeing you become a member, but I'm glad to see where you live. many of us north of you could covet your weather as we had cold and snow today in Reno Nevada. We really need the snow supply in the mountains for summer water supply. Another year with a possible shortage. Share with us your experiences with the scroll saw and a hearty welcome - Floyd
                ♥♥ ♫ ♪ ♫ ♥♥

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                • I live in New Port Richey Fl and do not need snow. But I do need

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                  • I do now need a part for my Hitachi CW40 the tension adjustment shaft has broken so I’m out of the scrolling business until I can find one.

                    Only paid $20 off Craigslist for this scroll saw only had it a week and i think it’s going to cost more than $20 to fix it

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                    • Welcome Robert,
                      Is it something you can find here?
                      https://www.ereplacementparts.com/hi...387_13388.html

                      Best Regards,
                      Bob Duncan
                      Technical Editor, Woodworking/DIY
                      www.WoodCarvingIllustrated.com
                      www.FoxChapelPublishing.com
                      www.ScrollSawer.com

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                      • I went to that web site and the piece I wanted is discontinued so I modified what I had to make it work
                        thanks

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                          • Unfortunately, with pin-end blades, you need to drill a blade-entry hole large enough to accommodate the blade. Can you use plain-end blades in your saw? Unfortunately, pin-end blades limit the projects you can do because of the size of the blade-entry hole you need to drill for them.

                            Best Regards,
                            Bob Duncan
                            Technical Editor, Woodworking/DIY
                            www.WoodCarvingIllustrated.com
                            www.FoxChapelPublishing.com
                            www.ScrollSawer.com

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                            • Yes it will take plain end blades because what I did was cut off one end of blade and made it work. I did not know they made plain end blades. Thanks for the reply

                              do you have any suggestions on how to clean the table of the scroll saw?

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