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    Got my EX-21 from Seyco yesterday, Got it all together and have been scrolling all day. I have to say I am quite happily surprised at how well it cuts. I expected it to cut well, at least as well as my Dewalt did, but it has less vibration and just seems smoother. At any rate i am so far a very happy Scroller again.... P.S. the Service center called today, they have decided to repair my Dewalt , We have been going back and forth concerning the warranty, at first they refused to fix it, told me it was only warrantied for 1 year, through many phone calls it looks like they might actually do the right thing..

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    If you cut a lot, the yeller would be a good backup.

    ------Randy
    "Ever Striving, Never Arriving"
    website: http://www.coincutting.com

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