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Re: filmscanners: Dust in Sprintscan 4000?

Not to mention the potential for generating static electricity which may be
detrimental on any CMOS electronics inside the unit.


on 9/20/01 2:50 PM, Austin Franklin at darkroom@ix.netcom.com wrote:

>> I rarely get dust spots in my SS4000. I probably do something
>> Polaroid would
>> recommend against. Occasionally, I use my air-gun nailer
>> compressor to blow
>> air through the unit. I set the air at 30lbs pressure and blow
>> carefully.
> Do you have a very good water trap on the output of your compressor?  If
> not, you could be blowing moisture inside the unit, which may have long term
> effects.


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