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Metabo sr358 plate removal

I am working on a Metabo 358 and I am trying to remove the bottom plate to replace the sandpaper clamp springs. How does the orbital plate eccentric come off the shaft after shaft bolt is removed.

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  • Kevin O'Leary Jan 12, 2009

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    I am trying to remove he bottom plate, with the 4 screws out nad the center shaft bolt off. Teh eccentric is a under the rubber pad, which is removed, and the eccentric will not come off. It is a cast aluminum. Even with heat the eccentric will not come off. I must remove the bottom plate so I can replace one of the 2 sandpaper clamps that broke.

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Are you removing the plate from the top (4screws) or trying from the bottom. It appears that the eccentric is a loose press fit. I am looking at a breakdown but it is not really all that clear. I would suggest going to Metabotools.com and under downloads type in your model number which is 600358-42, the 6 is already in place so what I did is add a 1 to the end of it and found the tool. Let me know but did you also check the clamps for the reason. Usually the platen is sold as an assembly.

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  • David Ford
    David Ford Jan 12, 2009

    Have you tried a screwdriver on either end alternately applying down force on the screwdrivers to pry the eccentric off. Also if you have applied heat you might want to take a look at the bearings. Did you look at the breakdown I mentioned it shows exactly what needs to be done. Let me know

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