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    Air Spray

    Where do you get the cans of just air for cleaning the projector filters? Were currently using a reversed vacume which is a pain to keep moving around.

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    Re: Air Spray

    Rapid Electronics - they're a great a supplier of tools and things like that.

    http://www.rapidonline.com/searchres...&kw=air+duster

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    Re: Air Spray

    Be careful when using cans or air to clean filters etc... that have fans behind them hold the blades while you do it otherswise you can overspin the fan and destroy it.

    I use hillscomponents for a lot of my cleaning consumables and I also just bought a cleaning cart from http://www.mrpcclean.co.uk/catalog/index.php which includes a lot of cleaning materials and a toner safe anti-static vacuum cleaner.

    Ben

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    Re: Air Spray

    Quote Originally Posted by danIT
    http://www.firebox.com/?dir=firebox&action=product&pid=567

    much more portable!
    LOL - You can't be serious?

    We use CPC. http://cpc.farnell.com/jsp/endecaSea...sp?sku=SA01882

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    Re: Air Spray

    I blagged the technology departments airbrush kit

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    Re: Air Spray

    A reverse Vac does for me, or just good old fashioned built in wind to blow the dust back out of them. Best thing is in teh holidays take them all out and stick them in the sink and give them a good wash.

    Also, I get cans of Air from eBay, I think I paid about £7 for 5 cans last time

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