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Question about heavy - duty6" right angle random orbit sanderwith electronic variable speed DW443

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pad on random orbital sander dw443 How do you get it apart? You will find usually 3 torx drive screws on the bottom of the tool, remove them and the pad comes off. The replacement pad number is 151416

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Question about Black And Decker Cyclone 4 In 1 Multi-sander, Ms1000

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...sander is not actually in use. It sounds like it's malfunctioning. The only other thing I can think could be a cause of what you describe is an improperly assembled sanding base. Have you changed out ...

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Question about Heavy - Duty 5" Random Orbit Sander - D26451

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...Dewalt random orbit sander has a 3 year warranty so if yours is still under warranty you should contact a dewalt service center and not repair it your self except for this As part of CFS (Controlled ...

Question about Heavy - Duty 5" Random Orbit Sander - D26451

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...pad. What can I do to address this problem? The sanders are dewalt models D 26451 and DW 421 The velcro pads wear out and need to be replaced periodically. You can buy new pads on-line at any Dewalt ...

Question about Heavy - Duty 5" Random Orbit Sander - D26451

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...sander keep flying off. If you're using a hook and loop sanding pad (velcro), most likely the hooks have worn out and the pad needs to be replaced. They are available from this website, if you can't ...

Question about 1297DK 14 Sheet Palm Sander Kit

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...up. my sander is the hook and loop velcro one ugh its driving me nuts I have to keep buying more sandpaper when the sandpaper is not even worn out! BTW Mines a dewalt hook and loop random orbit ...

Question about DW421 5'' orbital sander

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sander works it just dont have hardly any power just wondering if that was the brushes causing that problem could be but I would think more that there is a bearing that is rough/tight causing, sounds ...

...Dewalt DW421 spinning fast, but no random orbiting motion. The sander has been worked pretty hard and may be at the end of its life, but is there a replacement clutch or some other mechanism that ...

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