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Re: Air compressors; not just for the man cave!
« Reply #15 on: 25.04. 2017 21:34 »
I give both desktop PC's a blowjob at least twice a year. Give it the full 100psi, just make sure it's dry air.
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Re: Air compressors; not just for the man cave!
« Reply #16 on: 25.04. 2017 22:06 »
not sure  -- what is it your doing
I was just about to give my PC a blow job!

Ah! ("Ahhhhhhhh" is whole other thing),

I got confused by Cyclobutch's cooling comment and didn't pick up that you were doing spring cleaning.

OK. I'm going for a ride now.

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Re: Air compressors; not just for the man cave!
« Reply #17 on: 26.04. 2017 05:30 »
hi guys, I too made my own way back in 1982 but not sure of using it to blow the dust out of the p.c. Of course you can use the vacuum cleaner with special adaptor to that job, that is what I do if necessary, cheers   
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Re: Air compressors; not just for the man cave!
« Reply #18 on: 26.04. 2017 07:52 »

   
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..... Of course you can use the vacuum cleaner with special adaptor to that job,..... 
 
 That job'd suck
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