|Forum topic by JesseTutt||posted 133 days ago||559 views||0 times favorited||9 replies|
133 days ago
The blower tube that connects to the upper arm and flexes to blow the saw dust off of the wood cracked and now will not stay where I placed it. The first joint where the black plastic connects to the steel ball has a crack in it. The slight vibration when the saw is running causes the entire tube to drop onto the table.
Here is a picture of the saw:
and a close-up of the break:
I tried to remove the last segment but it would not easily come off the tube. I don’t want to try to force it because it might break the next segment. Would you use expoy, hot melt, or ??
I thought about gluing the last segment to the metal connector. That would decrease flexibly (positioning of the blower tube) but at least I would have something.
What do you think?
-- Jesse, Saint Louis, Missouri