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Ryobi rs-45 sander will not run

Power outlet good. Need to disassemble to check switch, etc. Cannot get case halves to separate after removing the case screws. What to do next?

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If you can not separate the case you missed a screw somewhere, happened to me many times, look closer there is another one, they have a way to hide one on you

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