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This is not an uncommon situation for sand filters(persistent or slow to clear cloudiness). Mostly, these days , pumps are oversized for filter flow rates resulting in water being ramrodded through sand bed. The first thing to do is balance the water. If chlorine not present, double the suggested dosage. We are also assuming that the m.port valve has not been disassembled. the best sand to use is a #20 or #2 white quartzite. If problems persist , then consider filter aiding media to help the sand bed trap finer particles.
did you remove the screws that are under the handle halves, and before I completely disassemble the tool do you have a shop vacuum and if so remove the dust bag and put the hose on that outlet and run the tool and see if it pulls anything out. I would only split the halves as a last resort. Let me know if you need more assistance.
Go to Americansanders.com and under the orbital sander click on it and the manual is 38 pages long, the parts explosion is towards the back of the manual but it should show you how to disassemble this tool so you can get to the bolts that you need. Let me know if you need more help
Your ask "how do i it off?" Do you want to know how to turn a Hayward sand filter off? You can turn the pump off to make it stop filtering. That is the first step if you want to backwash or service it. You can then turn the backwash valve to backwash it or disassemble to service it.
Go to Dewaltservicenet.com and in the center of the page under needing parts type in your tool model number it will take you to another page and scroll down to the type 1 or 2 and click on it. It will bring up an exploded view of this tool. Why do you think that you need brushes? usually I have to replace the bearings and the brushes are pretty durable. Let me know if I can help further
Before starting disassembling your camera, try to Press the power button on and hold it down while extending and twisting the telescopic zoom lens. It might fix your problem.
In any case it could not make it worse