Introduction

This page gives instructions for disassembling the Black and Decker WP900 6-Inch Orbital Waxer and Polisher to where the external casing can be removed from all internal workings.

  1. Using the plastic tool, detach the handle tab as shown.
    • Using the plastic tool, detach the handle tab as shown.

    • Make sure the device is unplugged.

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  2. Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, unscrew all of the screws. There should be 8-30mm screws to remove.
    • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, unscrew all of the screws. There should be 8-30mm screws to remove.

    • Be sure to keep track of where each screw was placed in the device for later reassembly.

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    • Remove the back panel of the external casing, leaving all internal components resting in the front panel.

    • Remove the black handle from the main external casing.

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    • Using the Phillips #1 screwdriver, remove the two 22mm screws.

    • The metal bracket will detach with the two screws.

    • Using the Flathead 3/32" screwdriver, remove two 22mm screws.

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    • Gently pull the power cord out from the control module.

    • Remember, when reassembling the device, the black wire should be on the top.

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    • Firmly grasping the motor dislodge the internal components from the frontal external casing.

    • Once the motor has been removed, the external casing can now be replaced.

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Conclusion

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

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Hello, this is Adam Kinnett from Group 7. You have done an excellent job on your photos as well as the descriptions and formatting.

**One of your Wiki pages on the search says "Back and Decker".

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