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How to.... I just recived this angle grinder, it's not new and my father told me he hasn't used it for a long time. How can I change the disc? and how exactly to I use it?

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Most angle grinders arrive with a spanner; two if it is quite old. if you are not experienced with such tools and do not have the instruction book i strongly suggest you take a trip to your local hire shop and purchase a couple of discs and some goggles and explain your problem there. the staff there will be expert at giving tool virgins crash courses in the safe operation. dont forget a safety rcd for your electric plug.

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