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Introduzione

This guide provides information on how to remove and replace the External Case of the BLACK and DECKER BDERO100 5 inch sander. The tools that you will need for this process are the TR20 Torx Security bit driver or equivalent, the nylon spudger and the plastic opening tool.

  1. Use the nylon spudger to remove the rubber ring from the filter attachment section. The easiest way to do this is to place the spudger sideways and pulling out the ring.
    • Use the nylon spudger to remove the rubber ring from the filter attachment section.

    • The easiest way to do this is to place the spudger sideways and pulling out the ring.

  2. Use the TR20 Torx Security bit driver to unscrew the five 18.75mm Phillips screws from the warning label side of the chassis. Use the TR20 Torx Security bit driver to unscrew the five 18.75mm Phillips screws from the warning label side of the chassis.
    • Use the TR20 Torx Security bit driver to unscrew the five 18.75mm Phillips screws from the warning label side of the chassis.

  3. Grab the plastic opening tool and place it on the separation line between both sides of the chassis. Separate both sides and open the device.
    • Grab the plastic opening tool and place it on the separation line between both sides of the chassis.

    • Separate both sides and open the device.

    • Be careful not to lose or detach any internal parts while opening the sander.

  4. Hold the chassis and separate it from the device. Hold the chassis and separate it from the device.
    • Hold the chassis and separate it from the device.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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