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DA SANDER RPMS SLOWED

CHICAGO PNEUMATIC CP870 DA SANDER LOST RPMS .IT WAS WORKING FINE BUT SLOWED WAY DOWN.WHILE HARDLY SAND OFF BONDO IT IS SO SLOW

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Get some air tool oil and oil it lol, if that will not speed it back up you may have to take it apart and clean it but the oil should do the trick. Do NOT use wd40, etc. use air tool oil

Posted on May 24, 2009

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