This article is from the Woodworking FAQ Collection 2, by multiple authors.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (joseph.g.gilbert)
Date: 14 Jun 90 21:30:48 GMT
In article <1990Jun13.email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org (harold.e.bamford) writes:
> Abrams). Someone mentioned to me that the PC joiner had a problem
> with the chip ejection port, so I went with the Freud ($139). I
I have the P-C b.j. and had the chip ejection problem. I talked
to a P-C rep about the problem and suggested a solution of me
drilling a hole at the required position. I was concerned that this
would void the warranty. He agreed that the hole should work and
he gave me a verbal assurance that it would not void the warranty.
It will his word against mine but I did get his name in case.
The hole does work and I have no problems since. The rep did say
the P-C was aware of the problem and would fixing it in the future.
I recoomend the P-C given this fix.
If you do buy the P-C without the fix, you want to contact P-C and
ask them about the warranty if you do the drilling yourself.