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  • Newb needs help on saw part(s)

    I bought a used ProTech Model 8916 scroll saw this weekend, and it's missing a part from the end of the top arm ... the part that would hold the blade. Despite over an hour of Googling and Binging, I can't find anything that seems able to help me find out the part number, nor even a supplier that would be able to help.

    The fact that the saw was manufactured in Taiwan in 1990 might have something to do with my difficulties, but I hope the pros here may be able to point me in the right direction.

    Or did I waste the small amount I paid, and should go out and spend substantially more for a newer (complete) saw?

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    http://www.scrollsawer.com/forum/too...lades/6412.htm
    Try this thread, it may help.
    Don

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