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  • Need old Craftsman saw Manual help.

    Hi all,

    I was just at my brother inlaws house and he showed me a scroll saw that my father had given him many years ago. It is an old Craftsman Model 103.23150 (Craftsman/King-Seeley 18" scotch-yoke design jig saw)
    If anyone has the manual for this old beast I would love a copy of it.
    I can rebuild the blade clamps ( just flat set screws with metal shims)
    But it would be interesting to have the manual.

    Thank goodness that the saw technology has progress beyond those type of saw.
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    And the Long Island Scrollsaw Association

  • #2
    Rolf, I obtained a manual for an old Craftsman table saw, 1960 era from: [email protected]. I just sent them an e-mail and they sent me a copy of the owner's manual free of charge. You might try also.
    Good luck with it. Mick P-20
    Mick, - Delta P-20

    A smile is a small curve that straightens everything out.


    • #3
      craftsman model 103.23150 scroll saw

      rolf did you find a manual? If so, how can I get a copy? thanks


      • #4
        I need a manual for the Craftsman Scroll Saw nodel 137286220.
        Please help


        • #5

          Is Sears site but most parts are nla from Sears even common hardware.

          is for yours
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