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I'd have to do a cleanup before I could use a dust pan to clean up before I use the shop vac to clean up. These days I keep a Sharps container on hand and all the screws and such get put in there.

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I'd have to do a cleanup before I could use a dust pan to clean up before I use the shop vac to clean up. These days I keep a Sharps container on hand and all the screws and such get put in there.
your DC not doing as good of job as you proclaim???

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@Stick486 They're doing just fine, better still since I rearranged, shortened and straightened the connections. Have to do the same for the one in the garage, but other matters are more pressing. We're just talking loose screws here.

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“Loose screws”.not the same as having a “screw loose” ��
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“Loose screws”.not the same as having a “screw loose” ��
For the most part, that's true.
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