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04-10-2015 09:30 AM

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Hi, I got a used jointer that needed a good cleaning and some rust removal. In my excitement to get ‘er done I took apart the dust collector. Now I can’t figure out how it goes back together! It is a small piece with a sponge strip at one end. If someone could post a picture of the underside of the machine showing the orientation, I would be greatly appreciative. Thanks. Gabe


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#2 posted 04-10-2015 01:55 PM

Mr. Meister, thanks for the quick response. My problem is that the manual doesn’t show how this piece goes in the machine. I’m guessing it came preassembled for guys like me. I’ve seen the exploded parts diagram too, but it doesn’t explain the orientation. It’s part 72 on the diagram. Thanks again.

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#3 posted 04-10-2015 02:16 PM

I owned a 37-190 for 20 years, till I sold it. The little foam strip at the top of the dust shute is supposed to keep the dust and chips from flying back in your face, and to keep the chips off the table top by “shooting “them down the shute….It is a sticky-back strip that goes across the very top of the shute just below the roller assembly that the knives fit into….If you look at page 9 on the owners manual that lumbermeister posted, and figures 6,7, and 8, you’ll see the top of the shute, and where the foam strip goes…They don’t show the foam strip in the picture, but that’s where it goes. Actually, it’s pretty useless for for it’s intended purpose. If your’s is missing, just get a piece of weather stripping 1/2” x 6” and use that….Stick it on, re-assemble, and you should be good to go…..

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