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how would increasing the planer's exhaust port size, DC's line size and CFM flow rate???

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If only new layers hadn't been added....

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That's a pretty extensive and expensive remediation as opposed to taking the internal fan out.
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I just ran a board through a little ways with the hose off and it shoots chips into the next zip code. The DC only has one hose attached it I use it for the other equipment without a problem. Just ran it and put my hand over the end and it appears to be working fine.
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I had never thought of that. I'll look into it. I wonder what the repair guy didn't think of that. Looks like it would be in their troubleshooting manual.
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I had never thought of that. I'll look into it. I wonder what the repair guy didn't think of that. Looks like it would be in their troubleshooting manual.
Maybe the Helix cutter head does something to magnify the situation. More smaller chips that pack easily?

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Last item: I found a number of DC collection setups that rely on the internal fan only. No DC involved. Just trash cans with an input port (4 inch) and screen to hold the fluff in. I'm not much on removing parts, but that's me. So, FYI only:
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what size hose is on your DC???

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I’ve not experienced this issue with my 735 and it feeds an old Delta DC located some 30 feet away. Once I forgot to move the intake hose from the TS to the feed line for the 735 and ended up with chips blown not only through the length of the hose but about halfway back across the shop. Based on that humbling experience why not disconnect the Hose at the DC, run the 735 and see if the chips arrive there with force. If so, then there may well be a conflict between the 2 as noted earlier.
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I found the gasket from the the chip collector housing and the planer was worn and letting some chips out. On another site it was reported that a hole worn through on the back side of the blower housing. I put rags behind mine and it reduced the chips. I took it off to replace it and found the clip in the back holding the blower housing togrther un clipped. I reclipped it and reinstalled the blower. That cured the problem , no more chips inside the planner.

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I'll report back once I find a solution.

Did anyone see the 2nd part of my message about the dust port on the Bosch miter saw where I can't find a connector that fits?

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