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My CP7200S has stopped working. The air simply comes out of the bottom of the sander through the filter. Any suggestions?

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The units gummed up from the air,get a can of air tool oil and pour it into the air hose inlet,then work the trigger to let the oil into the sander,then pour more in and connect the air hose and see if it will start,if not you may need to dis assemble and one of the reeds may be frozen in place or stuck letting air go by it and out the exhaust

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