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Kobalt 6" air Sander pad replacement Model SGY-AIR105. How do I replace the pad.

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SOURCE: 7336 orbital sander

If you are talking about the actual sanding pad itself it should just pull of .If you are talking about the backing pad it should un screw

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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SOURCE: replace sanding pad on random orbital sander dw443

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 151416-01 list 27.49. Let me know if I can help further

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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SOURCE: kobalt air compressor problem plastic tube gets a hole

EVERYONE WANTS TO MAKE EVERYTHING PLASTIC THESE DAYS. REMOVE PLASTIC LINE AND REPLACE WITH 1/4" FLEXIBLE COPPER ( ANY KIND ) JUST PICKUP A SMALL ROLL AT A HARDWARE STORE. MAKE SURE YOU GET A COUPLE OF FITTINGS, NUTS AND/OR FERRELS. HOPE THIS HELPS, JODY

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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SOURCE: replace velcro pad on rupes random orbital sander

I have replaced velcro on various sanders , you just take the original velcro off and make sure that the base is very very clean, use turps and metho to clean it with then buy some velcro from a good hardware supplier and really good glue [two pack epoxy is best ] and simply cut to size and then just glue new velcro onto the base of the orbital sander

Posted on May 23, 2009

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SOURCE: Where can I get replacement disc pads for a

I have purchased similar replacement discs from Kingspor's Woodworking Shop. Contact www.woodworkingshop.com
Item KD60120 for 120 grit
Item KD 60100 for 100 grit
Item KD 80100 for 80 grit

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