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Shay

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Another dust collector question. Has anyone relocated the receiver for the Jet Dust Collector? It’s in a very inconvenient location for me. First, It’s hard for me to get the remote to work because I don’t have easy line of site with the receiver. Second, I can’t see the display on the receiver so I can’t tell if my timer is set correctly or not when I use it. I’d love to just pop it off and mount it up higher on the wall.

-BlackNoir

-- Centerville, MN - Hobbyist and DIYer


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#1 posted 2064 days ago

Shay, did you get any responses? How is your remote set up now?

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#2 posted 2063 days ago

Great suggestion Barry.

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#3 posted 2060 days ago

:) I ended up just moving things around a bit to make it more accessible.

-- Centerville, MN - Hobbyist and DIYer

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#4 posted 2060 days ago

I have a similar problem with the remote (the same question) but have not had the energy to find a solution yet. I was hoping I could take it apart and add some wire to it so I could extend the box where/when I needed to move it around. The fish eye mirror was also on my mind. I’ll have to try it, has anyone else tried it ?

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