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Ryobi ebs-1310v bearings

Bearings on ryobi ebs-1310v belt sander are shot. stripped down but cant get motor (winding) unit out to get at bearings. exploded parts diagram shows surclips but none visible. any ideas please?

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Call this number they are in ohio but have in the past been able to help out 937-325-6441 give them the part number and tell them you have not been able to locate the part

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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SOURCE: I have a ryobi belt sander EBS81321K Serial no

Is that a BE321VS belt sander? I'm not getting any hits on that number you listed, and Ryobi is a little picky about what model number you use to search their parts database...
If it is, try this link to see a page where you can access a parts list. http://www.ryobitools.com/support/parts_batteries
Click on the button to go to the Power Tools Parts Store, then click Repair Parts Catalog, then agree to terms and enter the catalog page. Select the Model tab, type 321 in the box and press Search...
That brings you to a page listing the BE321VS sander.
Select Illustrated parts list and click on belt sander. This will open the parts view. From there you can scroll down to see if that is in fact your sander, and if so, scroll down to part 23, and select the switch (#760390001) and add it to your cart. Now close the window with the part view, and navigate back to the page titled "Ryobi Electronic Parts Catalog" (a tab on your browser), click on shopping cart at top, and when that opens click on the button to proceed to checkout and enter your info and pay, etc.
The cost of the switch is $4.44 USD. This web site will only ship to a street address in the US, so let me know if you reside elsewhere....

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: BROKEN RUBBER BELT FOR BELT SANDER

Maybe you can use a linked belt to replace it. Check the width of the old drive belt, and give these folks a call: Lee Valley

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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You must replace the fan assembly. The part number is
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Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Ryobi 4x36 Belt Sander (BD4600). I've

Look for plastic build up in the motor. Try to air blow motor and belt drive.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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