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01-22-2015 07:33 PM
Michael H Replace the fan housing and fan blade and you should be good to go. It happened to me after years of service and thousands of board feet run thru my DW735. There is probably a hole in the fan housing, filling the cavity. I would assume that the fan blade is also worn and chipped. Once I replaced the shroud, fan housing and blade, it was back to normal operation and been going strong for 3 years since I did it.
01-11-2015 04:26 AM
greenacres2
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Originally Posted by rrrun View Post
It's almost certainly a wear problem. I'll check out the blower.

The DC is a 1-1/2 horse 2-stage Craftsman, with a trash can cyclone in front of it. The DC's top bag inflates from the force of the internal blower alone ... and then I turn on the DC as well. It's certainly adequate, but chips are escaping into the planer mechanism through some new leak. That's the problem.
I run a similar DC set-up. A few times i've forgotten to turn on the DC and the 735 blower lifted the lid on my separator and blew chips another 20' to the wall. For a little fan it moves a lot of air!!
earl
01-10-2015 11:05 AM
kywoodchopper Hi Henry, I have that planer and had the same problem. The clip in the back was missing and the dust cut through at the joint between the outer fan cover and the inner cover - both are plastic. I finally broke down and took it to a Dewalt repair shop. Haven't had any more problems. On my planer I had also replaced the blades with a Byrd spiral cutter which I believe causes finer dust and a bigger problem. But I haven't had any more problems with dust and I plane wood every day with it. Malcolm / Kentucky USA
01-10-2015 09:34 AM
rrrun It's almost certainly a wear problem. I'll check out the blower.

The DC is a 1-1/2 horse 2-stage Craftsman, with a trash can cyclone in front of it. The DC's top bag inflates from the force of the internal blower alone ... and then I turn on the DC as well. It's certainly adequate, but chips are escaping into the planer mechanism through some new leak. That's the problem.
01-10-2015 07:26 AM
greenacres2 Seems to me that i've read that over time the shroud can wear through due to friction from the chips--take a close look at the shroud. With the velocity of the chip ejector, a decade of regular use might cause a bit of wear.

earl
01-09-2015 10:12 PM
CharleyL Have you inspected the blower? It's quite common for the blades to get damaged, reducing the internal chip removal capability. Most planers don't have their own internal chip blower, but the DW735 does.

What have you got connected to the planer to take the dust and chips away? Is it adequate? A standard shop vacuum can't handle the volume coming out of the DW735 and will plug up quickly. Make sure your vacuum can handle the volume of dust and chips. The hose and barrel cover option for chip removal from this planer works well if the internal blower is working properly (if the cover stays on the barrel). I always do my planing outside the shop anyway.

Charley
01-09-2015 06:54 PM
old55 I can't help with your inquiry Henry but I'm sure someone on the forum can give advice.
01-09-2015 09:41 AM
rrrun
Another Dust Problem: DW 735

Love my Dewalt planer. My DW 735 is a workhorse, and has helped me be a better woodworker for more than a decade. Now though, I've got a problem.

It started with a broken dust shroud (the part that covers the blades & connects to the fan). One of the three holes for the thumb screws broke off, resulting in sawdust pouring into the inside of the unit. I replaced that broken part.

I've still got a dust problem, though. After an hour or two of operation, I have to open the hood and clean out the accumulated dust. It seems like the problem may be the connection between the shroud and the blower: in that back left corner, the build up of dust is enough to eventually pack the gear/chain mechanism so that the unit will no longer raise & lower.

But I can't find the problem. Any ideas what I should do?

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