After fussing around for the better part of an hour trying to take
decent photos of a black bit of plastic stuck onto a black slide
carrier, all the while trying to show the alignment of the brush
bristles with the fin, which is far enough away that it is out of
focus, I gave it up as a bad job.

It is important to focus on the *objective* instead of the
*implementation*. The objective is to clean the sides and bottom of
the left-hand channel of the scanner -- the channel the fin rides in.

Remember, the initial query was what bit of the scanner needed
attention with a brush. Now you know what part is cleaned by the
brush from Polaroid.


Thank  you for the word description which helps, but as they say, a
picture is worth 1000 words, or whatever...

I look forward to seeing the images.

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