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    Hello everyone, I have this model Dremel scroll saw #1680. I looked at the parts diagram and called sears, and still can't figure out the PN I need. I am missing the "upper clamp knob". Also the screw that this clamp knob goes onto.
    I hope someone has the answer. If you are my hero!

    No worries,

  • #2
    Hi Julie,

    Give Dremel Customer Service a call. They have always been very helpful to me.


    • #3
      You might chat with these folks, also -- Pozsgai's Designs - Scroll Saw

      They have some retrofit parts for Dremels. I didn't see your model listed, but sometimes, parts are interchangeable..
      The good woodworker does not craft the wood for honor. He uses his craft to honor the wood.


      • #4

        call dremal customer service and they have parts i just recived the part you are looking for plus are to set tention if you have a problem the tech will help you out


        • #5
          This might help:

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