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Nobs at the end of table that locks table into place

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SOURCE: cant find parts for Harvard Air hockey table I need a scoreboard

Harvard is by Escalade Sports, their website is www.escaladesports.com. Calling their telephone number for replacement parts is better though, the telephone number is 1-866-556-2758. I hope this helps.

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Harvard game tables are made by Escalade Sports. (ESC)

Their website is here...
http://www.escaladesports.com


You can search for replacement parts, manuals, etc.

Enjoy

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amazon is your solution. click here Amazon com Harvard Air hockey and chose your part. If you can't find it, feel free to contact any vendor, and they will provide to you I hope.
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