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Posted on Dust bin liners, bags inside dust collector drum?

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Fred Hargis

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#1 posted 10-25-2018 01:52 PM

It wasn’t all that easy to pull it out. I flexed the liner so it was tight, then used a pair of channel locks to grip it and work it out a little at a time. I suppose those holes in the Oneida liner allows you to grip it for removal, maybe I should have done that. As far as disturbing the dust, that part worked OK. I would spill a small amount, but it wasn’t enough to worry about…at least it didn’t seem like it was. A bigger problem was putting the line in with the bag in the bin. It would trap air in the bottom between the bag and the bin (made a bubble in the bottom of the barrel) and I had to spend a few minutes trying to get it out.

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