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Old 08-28-2015, 08:34 PM   #1
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Porter Cable Compound Miter Saw dust spout broke


My 12" porter cable miter saw dust spout broke into several pieces.

Model 3802.

In looking up the part number is 1347309.

However, when I search for this I kept running into OBSELETE, NO REPLACEMENT, DISCONTINUED, NO LONGER AVAILABLE...

I really like this saw, it works great and has served me well many years. I would like to keep it and find a replacement dust spout, if possible.

When I typed in "1347309 spout" into search engines, I also found DELTA DUST SPOUT 1347309, does this mean the Porter Cable saw I have was actually made by Delta or they OEM Delta parts? Well in any case the Delta part is also not available.

Any idea where I can find a replacement spout? Looked on eBay also no luck.

Thanks in advance.
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I always use ereplacementparts.com but they also show it as unavailable.It should not be to hard to make something that will work.Or build a shroud at the back of the saw with a dust port.
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Old 08-29-2015, 12:06 PM   #3
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I have had the factory dust bag on my 12" miter for 5 years and have never emptied it. Does't have enough in it to need emptied yet, about 1/2 full now though
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Connect a shop vac to it. It'll actually work a little, unlike the bags which don't work at all.
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Those things were a joke at the outset, and still are.
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Those things were a joke at the outset, and still are.
You mean the saw or the dust spout?
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If you still have the pieces, it might be worth trying to fix it. You can make it stronger than new. Google "Threebond Plastic Repair Kit."
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You mean the saw or the dust spout?
The dust bag.
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