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[filmscanners] Re: Dust brush for Polaroid 4000]



Sounds good.  I think I will try the pipe cleaner approach without the
carrier, to make sure I don't disrupt anything.  I can see the area the
carrier goes through around that fin or groove, and I also see some
insulated wires which are probably the connections to the sensor that
needs cleaning, so I will try to clean in that area with a pipe cleaner
or something similar.

Thanks,

Art

halftone@troutcom.com wrote:

>Yes, the camera I have was bought for another purpose and I didn't
>care that its macro capability is poor.
>
>What comes to mind is a long pipe cleaner that fits well in the
>channel. All you need to do is drop the front door and you can see
>the channel quite clearly. Choose the appropriately-sized pipe
>cleaner and go to it.
>
>
>
>

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