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Loss of power in my 6 inch dynabrade da sander

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Look for lMBSWOOL in rhw beush are.

Posted on Sep 16, 2010

  • jasonwarn Sep 16, 2010

    Not very helpful. Because of the spelling errors, I think you are saying there's lambswool in the brush area?. It's not a polisher I'm enquiring about. It's a DUAL ACTION sander!!!

  • David Ford
    David Ford Sep 17, 2010

    I am sorry but the header states that it is a POLISHER and that would be a symptom. I don;t appreciate the negative rating, I answered the question as it WAS POSTED, And ye s I might have misspelt some words but the point was clear. Please in the future please furnish the model number and brand and if I ever answer another one of your posts it would help. You have a nice day,

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