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Image 1/1: Once the sander is upside down begin by removing your old sandpaper.
  • When changing the sander pad, be sure to rotate the sander upside down so the pad and three highlighted screws are facing upward toward you.

  • Once the sander is upside down begin by removing your old sandpaper.

  • Once the sandpaper is removed locate the three screws on your sander pad.

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Image 1/1: Once the screws are removed pull upward toward you and the sander pad will come apart from the device.
  • Remove the three, (star bolt) screws with the iFixit screw driver with a "T20" head. Be sure to hold the pad of the sander as it will rotate as you try to loosen the screws.

  • Once the screws are removed pull upward toward you and the sander pad will come apart from the device.

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  • Once the sander pad is removed and the sander is exposed locate the white plastic like circular piece surrounding the outside of the sander.

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Image 1/2: To reassemble, you will have to line up the protruding square with the key slot as shown otherwise your dust seal/ brake will not go back in. Image 2/2: To reassemble, you will have to line up the protruding square with the key slot as shown otherwise your dust seal/ brake will not go back in.
  • Once you have located the plastic white ring pull up its outer edge as shown. The lip on the inside will bend and be freed from its secured placement.

  • To reassemble, you will have to line up the protruding square with the key slot as shown otherwise your dust seal/ brake will not go back in.

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Conclusion

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

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