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    Hi. I'm new to scrolling and to this site. I bought a Craftsman 113.236090 on ebay and the 2"x3" circuit board seems to be toast. I found the replacement part on Sears web site, but they want $50.00, which is more than I bought the scroll saw for. Does anyone know where to get generic replacement parts? Any advice would be appreciated!

    Tim [email protected]

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    Tim, check with Rick at www.scrollsaws.com. He may be able to steer you in the right direction. Mick
    Mick, - Delta P-20

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