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When replacing sand paper the velcro pad keeps coming off and will not hold?

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the velcro piece should have a removeable or i should say a peel off paper like a sticker and then stick the velcro to the base off sander if it was not on when you got it. it was not put on at the factory cause they give you the option of using stick on sheat of sandpaper or hook & loop (velcro).

Posted on Apr 08, 2011

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