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864 cp The tool runs great until I put it to wood, as soon as it touches the surface it stops. I can manually spin it to get it going but its useless if I cant sand anything. I have tried changing the rpms with the button on the side but I am not sure what PSI to set the compressor at? I have tried a few but I get rhe same result.

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