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You may be using the wrong size pad, especially if it's an after market pad. Get a OEM pad or see if there is any place on the sander to fine tune the tightness. Should be in the owners manual or get ahold of the manufacturer. It also sounds like it could be getting in a bind.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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