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Well, I got my TRC001, great machine, heavy bugger. The dust shroud is great - it keeps the dust in despite suction at the port. And it seems almost impossible to clean. The shroud is connected with a bunch of little Phillips screws that are quite tight and vertical access is impossible. I am afraid of ruining the cross. Are there any tricks to cleaning the inside of the shroud? The sparse manual is silent about cleaning.
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Hi Ralph

A shot or two with the air hose will do the trick plus it's great way to keep the router dust out of the switch at the same time most routers are not to made to be run upside down all the time..


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Well, I got my TRC001, great machine, heavy bugger. The dust shroud is great - it keeps the dust in despite suction at the port. And it seems almost impossible to clean. The shroud is connected with a bunch of little Phillips screws that are quite tight and vertical access is impossible. I am afraid of ruining the cross. Are there any tricks to cleaning the inside of the shroud? The sparse manual is silent about cleaning.



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Hi Ralph

A shot or two with the air hose will do the trick plus it's great way to keep the router dust out of the switch at the same time most routers are not to made to be run upside down all the time..


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Thanks a lot for your help. Why couldn't I think of this answer? I guess, because I am a neophyte.
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