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- ItemRandom Orbital Sander
- Pad Size4-1/4 x 4-1/2
- No Load RPM13,500
- Amps @ 120V2
- Orbits per Minute13,500
- Type of Sandpaper1/4" Sheet
- Cord8 ft.
- FeaturesDual-Plane, Counter-Balanced Low-Vibration Design
- Tool Length9"
- Tool Weight2.3 lb.
- BearingsSealed Ball Bearings
- Handle DesignPalm Grip
- Speed TypeSingle
- Switch TypeDust-Sealed
- IncludesOperating Manual, Paper Punch
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1. Soften the stiff sandpaper by pulling it over the 90° edge of a table or other straight edge. Concentrate on softening the edges to be clamped.
2. Release clamp by pulling up on clamp lever and disengaging it from the tab on the base
3. Insert the 4-1/2" (114.3 mm) edge of the abrasive paper under the front paper clamp until it hits the paper limiting ribs. Close the front
paper clamp and hook it into the lock position behind the tab on the base plate.
4. Stretch paper over sanding pad and insert under the opposite clamp in the same way.
5. If you are using the dust extraction feature, perforate the sandpaper with the provided
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