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Brush and Spring
$6.86
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10116511
Manufacturer Part Number
N031635
This part includes one carbon brush with a wire lead and brush spring attached. A poorly running motor is often due to worn brushes, which is why they are such a common repair in power tools. Due to the constant friction they are under, they will wear over time, and will need to be replaced. If upon inspection you notice the carbon brush is burnt or otherwise damaged, you will also want to check the condition of the armature, as this might suggest a larger problem with the motor.
Dust Bag
$8.85
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10115519
Manufacturer Part Number
A23158
This is an OEM dust bag for your sander, and it is sold as an individual part. The dust bag connects to the sander to help control the dust created while sanding. This part includes the cloth bag and wire frame that secures it. There is also a zipper located at the bottom of the bag, which is used to easily empty it after each use. Over time the bag can wear or the zipper may damage. This is a quick, easy, and tool-free repair that you can do yourself. This dust bag is connected to the sander with a spring clamp. Press the two halves of the spring clamp together and pull it to remove. Take your new dust bag, pinch the clamp together and place the bag over the opening.
Cork and Shoe Assembly
$14.35
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Fix Number
FIX10113791
Manufacturer Part Number
903400
This is a 3-inch OEM-sourced shoe assembly for a belt sander. The shoe assembly provides something for the sanding belt to run against, to assist in creating a smooth sanded surface. It consists of a metal platen cork and two screws to mount it. This part is known for wear and tear and will require replacement when the platen and cork are starting to deteriorate. This is a simple repair that anyone can do. You will need to remove the sandpaper belt first before unfastening the old shoe assembly.
Switch
$21.73
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Fix Number
FIX11875725
Manufacturer Part Number
N224532
Idler Wheel Assembly, Includes Bearing
$103.82
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX12023329
Manufacturer Part Number
11011
This is a Genuine OEM sourced replacement part designed for Dynabrade Dynafile. This Idler Wheel helps to support and drive the Sanding Belt. It is made out of Metal and it is Sold Individually. This assembly includes the Wheel, Bearing and a Bolt that secures it.
Cog Drive Belt
$8.60
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10087110
Manufacturer Part Number
BD46075
This is a drive belt for a sander. It is what drives the sanding belt. The belt can wear over the years and will require replacement. It usually shows its wear in the form of cracks, fraying or breakage. The cogs can also start to wear making it difficult to grip properly. For this repair, use your Phillips head screwdriver to remove the screws securing the pulley cover and the motor cover. Place your unit in the vertical standing position and then loosen the hex head set screw. Raise the motor pulley to release the belt tension. Place the new drive belt on the drive pulley first and then the motor pulley. Test the tension of the belt with your fingers. Adjust the belt tension until there is a 1/4-inch give and then tighten the belt tension nut.
Shoe Assembly (4 Inch)
$40.18
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10114676
Manufacturer Part Number
908909
Knob
$12.90
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10340124
Manufacturer Part Number
95218
Shoe Assembly (3 Inch)
$36.26
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10114677
Manufacturer Part Number
908910
This is a shoe assembly, which includes the steel shoe with a corked platen, and the three screws needed to attach it to the sander. This OEM part is a direct replacement for the original. The shoe assembly is the surface that the sandpaper belt will run against. Over time, the shoe will eventually wear out due to its consistent contact with the sandpaper belt. When it wears out this can cause irregular sanding to occur. For this simple repair, you will remove the sanding belt, and then unfasten the three screws securing it to the sander. Align the new shoe on the base of the sander and secure it with the three screws.
Belt
$5.92
In Stock
Fix Number
FIX10106836
Manufacturer Part Number
491937-00
This is a manufacturer-approved belt for a sander, and it is sold as an individual part. This rubber belt is 16-inches by 3/8-inches and has 80 teeth. It is located underneath the belt cover and is placed around the segmented drive pulley and driven pulley. It is what drives the sanding belt and sanding disk. It is common for the cogs to wear down over time, the belt can also crack, break, and start to fray along the edges. If the sander is overloaded this can speed up the wear of the belt. For this repair you will need to remove the belt cover, and then you will line up the belt onto the pulleys.

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