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Palm sander 6016... i have to replace the

Palm sander 6016... i have to replace the cord.. but i can only get the halves apart about 1/4 inch..... Also .. how do I remove the Fan... I have no puller..

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You dont need a puller for the fan, remove the lower pad assembly and the torx screw holding the bearing in place. use a screwdriver to gently lift the fan. the bottom of tool has to be disassembled to open the halves. Go to Milwaukeetools.com and type in your model number under the download section for a parts/tool explosion. Let me know if you need more assistance

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