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    I just purchased a RBI MODEL 220 scroll saw serial #1054
    Of course it had no manual or parts list.
    Could someone help me find these if they are available.
    Thanks for your time and effort with this request.

  • #2
    Congratulations on your excellent purchase. I have one as well.
    here is my manual for the 226. perhaps this will help
    Attached Files
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    • #3
      Thank you for your help

      I appreciate you taking time to forward the manual to me.
      I will now be able to better understand my scroll saw.
      Again many thanks


      • #4
        Hawk Manual

        Try this site. You can download a PDF. Worked for me.
        Missing Hawk Manuals?


        • #5
          hawk 220-3 manual

          Hello, I'm new to the board so hello everyone. I need a manual for a hawk 220-3 scroll saw. I tried the site mentioned. I get a message "file damaged not available". does anyone have another source ?? Thank you tim1942


          • #6

            Contact the manufacture direct Hawk Woodworking Industries the website has manuals and if you cant find the manual or part you want just call them. They seem to be a nice bunch of folks.
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            • #7
              Contact them They are very helpful and great people. I spent a day demonstrating their saws at the state fair. Had a wonderful day. Nilus, Nichole, and Scott are all knowledgeable and they use the saw not just make them.
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