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How to take apart a black and decker KA320E sander

Sanding pad melted to Velcro baseplate and need to replace baseplate. Have unscrewed screws however still cannot remove baseplate to replace it

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SOURCE: Spare Tips for Black & Decker KA161 Mouse Sander Polisher

Hi,
Don't know if you had any joy finding the heads, I'm in the UK and managed to get all the spares I need for my mouse.
You can get them from here: http://www.mtmc.co.uk/Black--And--Decker-KA161K-Type-1-Sander-Spare-Parts/p-20239/
I believe the part your looking for is par 105 on the diagram, they're like less than £1 each (I just ordered 3).
Hope this helps.
Kev

Posted on May 09, 2010

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SOURCE: The velcro pad on my

Go to the hardware store and buy some velcro strips. Had to throw away the pad.

Posted on Dec 24, 2010

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Hi,
Don't know if you had any joy finding the heads, I'm in the UK and managed to get all the spares I need for my mouse.
You can get them from here: http://www.mtmc.co.uk/Black--And--Decker-KA161K-Type-1-Sander-Spare-Parts/p-20239/
I believe the part your looking for is par 105 on the diagram, they're like less than £1 each (I just ordered 3).
Hope this helps.
Kev

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