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cwede

12:07PM | 03/03/15
Member Since: 03/03/15
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I bought this back in the 80's when I refinished wood floors in my old Victorian home. I have hardly used it since. Now I can't remember, nor can I find the manual of how to change the belt. I know I have to push in on the front roller and release with a screwdriver, but how? Can someone email me the manual too?

mohammad.aminuzzaman

01:19AM | 01/17/16
Member Since: 01/17/16
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BV016353

04:21PM | 05/13/18
To release the belt hold the sander vertically, put the front wheel of the belt sander on the edge of your work bench and push down hard on the handle to push back the spring tension-er for the front belt wheel until it clicks and holds in place. Replace the sanding belt and put a screw driver behind the front wheel and leverage the wheel forward until the spring releases.

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