Question about Milwaukee Tool Milwaukee 6010 - 6 1/2 Sheet Orbital Sander
Ive stained my ceder deck 2years in a Rowe and I preassure washed It
Posted on Jun 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Call this number they are in ohio but have in the past been able to help out 937-325-6441 give them the part number and tell them you have not been able to locate the part
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
You did not specify how the sanding discs are meant to be attached to your sander's backing pad. My experience with this type of problem is material from the sanding process builds up on the backing pad and does not allow the sanding discs to adhere properly. If you have a velcro type system, clean the hooks on the sander's backing bad by soaking the pad's face in a plate of paint thinner for 20 to 30 minutes then use a wire brush to remove the rest of the paint physically. For adhesive pads clean the sander's backing pad surface with denatured alcohol. Do not use isopropryl or rubbing alcohol as this may not be 100% alcohol and could contain a lubricant like glycerin. When the sander's backing pad is completely dry and clean it will hold adhesive backed pads fine. Flaky paint is best scraped off before sanding, use a wide putty knife or a paint scaper to remove large flakes before sanding. This will minimize airborne dust and cleanup. For best results with adhesives, always keep your surfaces clean! Good luck and happy sanding! Michael Mittelsdorf
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
You will find usually 3 torx drive screws on the bottom of the tool, remove them and the pad comes off. The replacement pad number is 151416-01 list 27.49. Let me know if I can help further
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
I have replaced velcro on various sanders , you just take the original velcro off and make sure that the base is very very clean, use turps and metho to clean it with then buy some velcro from a good hardware supplier and really good glue [two pack epoxy is best ] and simply cut to size and then just glue new velcro onto the base of the orbital sander
Posted on May 23, 2009
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