It is with great frustration and possibly regret, I reach out in desperate need of help with this project. My faith in the internet is dwindling as I cannot for the life of me find any information on the saw I purchased; Griggio SC 3000. First priorities, shredded cable that adjusts the alignment of the scoring blade; I have faith I can replace that without phoning a friend. Next is more cosmetic, I'm not sure who decided to unleash the contact cement all over the... everything but any chemical cleaner advice would be most appreciated. I saved the best for last, replacing all the bearing on the slider, cleaning the phenolic ways, and assess the inner roller. The bearings mount to the aluminum slide via an expandable threaded insert. The bearing is contained on the stud with a circlip, which is off center to the threaded insert (to allow up/down adjustment). My first attempt to pull one bearing (to get replacements) unfortunately taught me how fragile those conical inserts are. I was too bummed about my rather ferocious attempt at refurbishing until I noticed there is another bearing missing in the middle of the slide on the blade side. So, I have one bearing to take to a bearing supply house however I'm anxious to try and replace them if I can't find the "mounts?" for them. I also must note I'm an ambitious trim carpenter/cabinet maker by trade, not a machinist, so forgive me if my nomenclature isn't up to snuff. I will add pics later when I get home that hopefully paint a better picture than my verbal explanation.