Introduction

The DeWalt D26451's brake function may go bad after heavy usage.

In this guide, we will be teaching you how to replace the brake on the D26451. You can purchase a replacement brake here.

Parts

No parts required.

Please wear safety glasses while completing this replacement guide. Insert the 60 mm extension into the screw driver which has the t15 torx bit installed in order to make a t-handle grip. Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise to loosen all three screws in the disc pad.
  • Please wear safety glasses while completing this replacement guide.

  • Insert the 60 mm extension into the screw driver which has the t15 torx bit installed in order to make a t-handle grip.

  • Turn the screwdriver counter-clockwise to loosen all three screws in the disc pad.

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Turn the disc pad over and remove the loosened screws. When the screws are removed, the disc pad will come off of the sander.
  • Turn the disc pad over and remove the loosened screws.

  • When the screws are removed, the disc pad will come off of the sander.

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Please wear safety glasses while completing this repair guide.
  • Please wear safety glasses while completing this repair guide.

  • Loosen and remove the three screws on the bottom of the sander that holds the disc pad to the bottom of the sander.

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After the T20 torx bolts have been removed, remove the disc pad from the sander.
  • After the T20 torx bolts have been removed, remove the disc pad from the sander.

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When the disc pad is removed, the brake is located directly under it.  Remove the brake from the sander.
  • When the disc pad is removed, the brake is located directly under it. Remove the brake from the sander.

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Conclusion

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

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