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RE: dust in my SS4000



I've cleaned mine out with canned air and later the scuba tank, but I never
noticed dust in the scans, just in the scanner. ;-) Anyway, dust does come
out of the scanner. If the canned air does any good is another story.

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> From: owner-scan@leben.com [mailto:owner-scan@leben.com]On Behalf Of
> Scott Whittle
> Sent: Saturday, April 06, 2002 6:30 PM
> To: scan-digest@leben.com
> Subject: dust in my SS4000
>
>
> Well, I think having my SS4000 in my dusty apartment for over a year has
> finally caught up to me:  because the scanner has open slots in the front
> and back, dust has accumulated inside the scanner.  Very clear when you
> shine a flashlight in there.  I'm assuming this is going to be detrimental
> to my scans...any way to clean it out (canned air doesn't seem to
> do much)?
> I'm in New York City, if anyone knows a place I can get it done (if I need
> to go that far...).  Thanks!
>
> Scott W.
> scottwhittle@scottwhittle.com
>
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