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I'm not familiar with that particular model, but they are virtually all replaced the same way. There are a few screws through the pad into the base. Simply remove them and screw the new pad on. You'll see that it's quite simple once you get the new pad in your hands.
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On a few Ridgid planers, you can remove the retainer plates that hold the roller's bearing blocks in place without removing the head from the base, on others you have to seperate the head from the base to get at them. The infeed and outfeed rollers are not adjustable in that you don't have to line them up precisely when installing new rollers, they only go in one way. They do install into bearing blocks that 'float' on springs to keep the rollers tight on the wood being planed and there is a difference between the springs on the left and right side. Make sure you install the springs on the same side they came out of. When you replace the rollers you should replace the bearing blocks because they have to work together properly. Check the fit of the old bearing blocks on the new rollers, they should rotate smoothly with no side play. Make the call yourself whether to replace them or not.
Go on line to porter cable customer service ask for a blow out of the motor of your 7336 assembly 6 inch variable speed sander they will have the parts blow up showing each part with a line going into each area where the parts fit together Good luck
the skil 439 is a palm orbital finish sander. To replace the paper, pop the springs off the side where they take a 90 degree turn towards the work surface. To replace paper, rip a piece of standard sand paper into quarters, reverse removal and done. It's a pretty nice older sander and yes I have one.
Alright, I found the breakdown and it is not a very good one. I think I know the part number that you need, but I would feel more comfortable if you would look at it yourself, because the last thing you need is confusion.
On my model 315.11720 3"x21" Craftsman belt sander to change out sanding
belts you push the front roller in until it clicks to lock in its
retracted position (a pry bar may help here), switch out sanding belts
then unscrew the tracking tensioner a bit on the opposite side with a
allen wrench until the roller snaps back in place. I never remember
anything about using a screw driver to force it back forward position
again. Then readjust the tracking if necessary with a few short sanding
load tests and you're good to go. Oil is dropped in the front roller
center by removing the flat head screw - it should say "Oil Here" around