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I need the part number for the blade hold down part, for a Chicago reciprocating saw #42597

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Https://www.manualslib.com/manual/752265/Chicago-42597.html?page=8#manual

Page 8 and 9 are part numbers and parts graphic. Once you have the part number, use google or whatever search engine to find your part or an equivalent.

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