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Kristin, can't remember the name of the group for sure but there is a forum for Old Tool owners and I am sure someone there is familiar with it. Also, see this link: http://www.scrollsaws.com/ and contact Rick he has collection of old scroll saws and may be able to help you.

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HI Kristin

I did a google and found many old news articles that had the 1941 Power King blade clamp item in the articles, but I was almost sure you did the same thing..

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Hi Kristin

It will take a bit of digging and reading but ▼

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Gee BJ,

I just did that and all I saw was my post here and unassociated things for powerking tractors, blade and clamp. Well I have e-mailed a guy who used to have one, Rick at scrollsaw.com and posted a few inquires so... The only "paper trail" I had found was a copy of the 41' catalog on the OWWM website listing the saw.

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Kristin, you're a man after my own heart, I too love to solve that type of problem and you came up with an elegant solution.

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You must be one of us engineering types to use the word elegant

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Engineering type, for sure, though mostly self taught. My working life was spent repairing consumer electronics, approx. the last twenty years prior to retirement specialising in video recorders. Unlike competitors, when an expensive assembly was faulty and a replacement uneconomic, I used to develop tools and jigs to enable repair of such items as head drum assemblies, direct drive capstan motors, front load housings etc. A very good money earner were Samsung machines which had front load assemblies that used to jump out of timing because of plastic parts, and if just re-timed would soon come back again so the normal repair would include an expensive new housing, but not at my place, I turned brass parts to replace plastic ones, the repair cost being about $30.00 cheaper than my competitors and the re-worked housing would outlast the machine. It's no wonder that I enjoyed just about every day of my 50 year working life.

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