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Old 01-19-2014, 02:26 PM   #1
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Hello everyone just wanted to say hello, this is a new adventure for me and love it so far
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welcome to the best forum around. you will find all the info you'll ever need here. all you have to do is ask if you cant find the answer after searching the threads.
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Welcome A Board!! We are pleased you found us.

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Hello everyone I'm here and I like to ask a question. I picked up a craftsman contractor series 20" variable speed scroll saw model 113.236400 for a 100 bucks. After cleaning it up and checking everything out, I'm blown away at the condition. It was originally purchased 11\92 and has been very well taken care of, however I noticed the brushes are about a 1\2 inch long the manual says to replace them at 1\4 inch. After looking online, the part is no longer available, I realize that I have some time before needing to replace them but I figured I should get a set simply because of the age of the machine. So does anyone know where I might find a set?
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When the time comes, you can go to a local, motor repair shop and they should have brushes to fit your motor.
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Thanks Jim I will start looking now I live in time sticks lol
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