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[filmscanners] cleaning a dusty Nikon LS4000

I got a refurbished LS4000 via Nikon USA after my initial one died at 13 
months. The refurbished model been under a dust cover since I got it. The 
scanning operations seem fine on this one, but it coats every negative with 
EXTENSIVE dust. Much more than the first model ever did. I've cleaned the 
holders that you insert, but how can I safely clean inside the unit? I'm 
nervous about taking it apart, and was wondering if blowing pressurized air 
inside would help or damage the equipment. I'd like to avoid a costly, 
potential unhelpful repair experience at Nikon - Torrance based on my past 
experience with them.

Anyone with successful experience at cleaning an LS4000?


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