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Re: i have a clarke c-5 edger need parts
I checked Clarkes site and they don't show this tool. Suggest you call 1-800-253-0367 and ask for technical support. I deal with this company on a weekly basis at work and they are great in helping. Good Luck
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The holes are to suction dust for a vacuum attachment or dust collection bag. The sander will have a very smooth pad almost shiny if it takes stick-on discs (PSA). If not it will be a velcro pad and in that case you need the velcro discs. This description sounds like you have a velcro pad. Sticky discs wont stick to a velcro pad.
YOUR BALLBEARING where the disk is on mounted is the right bearing that have the problem for shure it is full of dust or completely dry it will not turn anymore SIMPLY TO CONTROL IF YOU MOVE YOUR DISK NOW ON YOUR MACHINE YOUR ARMATURE TURNS DIRECTLY WITH THE DISK thats not good the armature must stand still , replace the ballbearing or remove it and open it with a very little sharp screwdriver on the both sides solvent it out try to turn the bearing carefully until its turns without problems dry it or blow it out with a compressor and if its dry lubricate with ballbearing grease close it again and mount it again
I don't know what type of sander you are speaking about it just says generic ALL PORTER CABLE SANDERS. You got to be a little more specific. If it is a disk sander use 3M disk adhesive. It is a contact cement. spread some on the rubber backing disk with your hand, let dry then apply the sanding disk. After the disk is clogged, peel it off and apply another disk. when the adhesive won't hold anymore disks, re-apply the adhesive.
# Ensure that sanding belts are not too tight or too loose. Never operate a sanding disk if the paper is loose.
# Use the correct grade of abrasive material for the job.
# Ensure that the distance between a circular sander and the edge of the table is not greater than 1/4 inch.
# Do not push materials against sanders with excessive force.
# Sand only on the downstroke side of a disk sander.
# Do not hold small pieces by hand. Use a jig for pieces that are difficult to hold securely