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    I got a new Delta P-20 scrollsaw last Dec and recently I had a
    chance to test their warranty. The little spring broke on the spring
    loaded cap on the oil cup on the upper arm pivot.
    Also, I noticed a very slight hairline crack in the table casting
    right close to the hole for the insert. It would never have caused
    any problem in a million years and the table was dead flat from all
    directions but because it was a manufacturing defect, I asked my
    dealer about it. He said give me the model and serial numbers.
    Today an oil cup assembly and a brand new table top arrived (prepaid
    express post) and they don't even want the original one back. That
    is a big heavy dead flat cast table. Now I'm trying to figure out
    what use I will put the original one to.
    W.Y.

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