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    Can anyone tell me where to send Email to the Delta folks. We have an old Delta Scroll saw in our farm shop and the top blade clamp came apart. I think we need the whole blade clamp assy. The one place I found it I couldn't get them to take an order.

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    Try this link below and see if it is what you need.
    Bob

    http://www.deltawoodworking.com/index.asp?e=101
    Delta P-20 & Q-3

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      Originally posted by splinter
      Can anyone tell me where to send Email to the Delta folks. We have an old Delta Scroll saw in our farm shop and the top blade clamp came apart. I think we need the whole blade clamp assy. The one place I found it I couldn't get them to take an order.
      Don't know if I can be of any help as I am from Canada. I also had the same problem with my Delta 16" Variable Speed Scroll Saw and was able to go back to the place I bought the saw and they ordered the clamp assembly for me. Being that this is a older saw and if I knew what size it was maybe I could send you my order form for parts, I believe I still have them. Hopefully this will be of some help.

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        splinter, this is the phone number for Delta if you want to call them. 1-800-223-7278. Maybe you can install the new Quick set blade clamp. I had a 1992 20" Delta that I converted the top clamp to the new one. Mick.
        Mick, - Delta P-20

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