Introduction

This guide describes how to replace the motor assembly from inside of the BLACK and DECKER BDERO100 5 inch sander. The tools that you will need for this process are the TR20 Torx Security bit driver or equivalent, the plastic spudger & the plastic opening tool.

  1. Remove the sanding paper from the velcro.
    • Remove the sanding paper from the velcro.

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  2. Select the JIS - J1 bit or the most appropriate bit to match the screws for your model.
    • Select the JIS - J1 bit or the most appropriate bit to match the screws for your model.

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    • Use the Bit Driver to take off the four 12.5 mm Phillips screws at the base of the hook-and-loop system.

    • Be careful not to lose the lock washers (black rings).

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    • Once all screws and washers have been removed, hold the hook and loop system and separate it from the device.

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    • Use the nylon spudger to remove the rubber ring from the filter attachment section.

    • The easiest way to do this is to place the spudger sideways and pulling out the ring.

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    • Use the TR20 Torx Security bit driver to unscrew the five 18.75mm Phillips screws from the warning label side of the chassis.

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    • Grab the plastic opening tool and place it on the separation line between both sides of the chassis.

    • Separate both sides and open the device.

    • Be careful not to lose or detach any internal parts while opening the sander.

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    • Hold the chassis and separate it from the device.

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    • Use the bit driver with the JIS - J1 bit to remove the two 12.5 mm phillips screws holding the cord clamp to the chassis.

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    • With yout hands, hold and separate the power button from the external case by pulling gently.

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    • Hold the motor and gently pull to remove from chassis.

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    • Gently pull on all cables connected to the motor to remove.

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    • Once all cables are disconnected, you can proceed to replace the motor.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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