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I can't find parts for a Craftsman 5" Orbital Palm Sander

I can't find parts for a Craftsman 5'' Orbital Palm Sander, Model #9-11621. Need pad for hook and loop paper.

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A band aid fix, if the hook and loop is wore out, but the pad is ok, is to get a peel and stick hook and loop pad that you can stick on the pad

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Thanks for your site and for asking if problem still exists. Appreciate it.

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