Installing Sandpaper - Craftsman 315.116163 Owner's Manual

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INSTALLING SANDPAPER
See Figures 2 and 3.
The cushion on your sander gives you the option of
using either non-adhesive
sandpaper that clamps to
the platen; or adhesive backed sandpaper with
pressure sensitive adhesive backing that sticks to the
cushion.
INSTALLING
NON-ADHESIVE
SANDPAPER
See Figure 2.
ROTATELEVERTO
LOCKANDUNLOCK
PAPERCLAMP
Wrap sandpaper around cushion. Rotate lever on
the opposite end of your sander out and lift up;
insert loose end of sandpaper under the paper
clamp; then release lever and rotate into lock
position. Note: Fit sandpaper against cushion as
tight as possible.
INSTALLING ADHESIVE SANDPAPER
See Figure3.
PAPER
CLAMPLEVER
ADHESIVE
SANDPAPER
CUSHION
CUSHION
PLATEN
LIFT LEVERTO DISENGAGE
PAPERCLAMP
PAPERCLAMPFROMPLATEN
Fig. 2
Unplug your sander.
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WARNING:
Failure to unplug your sander could
result in accidental starting causing possible
serious personal injury.
Remove dust skirt. (See Removing
Dust Skirt,
page 9).
Release paper clamp by rotating lever out as
shown in figure 2 and lifting up, disengaging it from
the platen.
Insert end of new 1/2 sheet sandpaper approxi-
mately 1/2 in. under the paper clamp.
Release lever and rotate into lock position. Apply
downward pressure to conform sandpaper to
cushion.
Unplug your sander.
Fig. 3
WARNING:
Failure to unplug your sander could
result in accidental starting causing possible
serious personal injury.
If replacing adhesive sandpaper, remove old
sandpaper by peeling it off cushion. If removing
regular sandpaper, release paper clamp by rotating
lever out and lifting up, disengaging it from the
platen. Then remove non-adhesive paper, release
lever, and rotate it to lock position.
Carefully peel paper backing from new 112 sheet
adhesive type sandpaper.
Position sandpaper into place, then carefully press
sticky side of sandpaper on cushicn.
Note: It is recommended that you clean cushion
occasionally by brushing lightly with a small brush.
Dust build-up on cushion could cause sandpaper
to not stick properly.

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