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Because of build up heat the bearings and force will made that the center distance between the axle-bearings slowly comes to lie closer to each other, thats give by much belt sanders the same problem where bearings become dry and dirty it will tiny melt the bearings out of centerpoints of the housing if bought new measure and after a while measure the distances again and look remarkable and that will be the first problem if there is a medium pressure load by working maybe not but much people are working prolonged for that kind of tools .
Posted on Nov 16, 2016
I have a Ryobi sander with a belt slipping issue as well. The problem seems to be in the design, not on the user end. The drive barrel is made of a semi-hard, non-gripping material. Wood dust becomes a final release agent that breaks any grip that the barrel may have had.
To compound the problem, the more the belt slips the smother the underside becomes allowing for greater slippage.
I now know why this model was the least expensive unit. >.<
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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