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#1 posted 01-31-2017 08:02 PM

Another thought came to mind… the planer is used differently than the other tools. I tend to start and stop the D.C. more often with other tools, but the planer runs for extended periods with the D.C. on.

Maybe it’s not the planer setup in particular, but just how I use it. The jointer may have the same problem if the D.C. stayed on so long.

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