Question about Delta 4" Belt 6" Disc Sander 31-460
This is the set screw that locks the disc to the wheel. Thanks!
Probably an 8-32 or 10-32 (possibly a 10-24) or even a 1/4-20. You can get small packs of these size screws at most hardware stores so would be cheap to busy one of each and try and once you know the size you can get a set screw of that size. Another crude way is to see what size drill bit will fit into the threaded hole. If a 3/32" goes but a 7/64" doesn't or fits tight, it is a size 6 (likely 32 threads per inch (TPI). If a 1/8" bit goes but a 9/64 doesn't or is really tight then it is a # 8 size. (8-32 is most common). If the 9/64 goes freely but a 5/32 doesn't it would likely be a 10-24 whereas if the 5/32 does go but an 11/64 doesn't then figure it to be a 10-32. Finally, it could be a 1/4-20 if a 3/16" bit goes but a 13/64 doesn't or is fairly tight. If it is really big and a 1/4" bit fits the hole then it is likely a 5/16-18.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here's a link to the online manual.
As far as that diagram....didn't you label the wires?
Take a look here, it may help you. circuit wiring , especially the paragraph that begins: "Knowing that electrically common points have zero voltage drop between them is a valuable troubleshooting principle." Also read about resistors. That speed control knob is one.
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Posted on Apr 02, 2009
I went to a bearing/powertransmission supplier. The number on the belt was all they needed. Picked up a new belt for $6.50.
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
you might try going to dewaltservicenet.com and typing in your model number in the middle of the page towards the bottom under need a manual. If not let me know and I will try and locate another source for you.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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I do not know if this will help because I do not know which screw you need. If you click on the link below you can look at the delta service manual parts list.
Otherwise can you be more specific on the location of the screw?
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