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Terminal Base 55A
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2CB70
Carbon Brush Set CB-70
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8265067-7
Screw M4X10
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9922112-8
Hex. Socket Head Bolt M4X10
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10-A196905-1
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop)
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11267071-2
Flat Washer 4
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12211093-4
Ball Bearing 6200DDU2
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Armature Assembly 115V
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18211021-9
Ball Bearing 607LLB
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20182460-9
Housing Set
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23286233-3
Cap 19
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24423253-8
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800192109-A
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1324848
Question: Sander Pad

1324848

How do you replace this pad?
WJA
Reply: Sander Pad

WJA

Hello 1324848,

This is a description of how one of our customers removed the 196905-1 Sander Pad (Hook & Loop).

The PAD; this model requires an allen wrench to remove the one (1) center machine screw. Then pry off the pad. It is an interference fit. I wedged a screwdriver between the pad and sander body and tapped the screwdriver\'s end with a hammer all around the pad to do this. Be patient. Dust off everything. Then using a small block of scrap wood on the face of the pad, tap-hammer the new pad onto the shaft and install the machine screw. The pad will self level when tapped onto the shaft and the wood block will protect the hook surface. Hope this helps.

-WJA
vwattum
Question: Sander Pad

vwattum

what causes this sander pad to break apart??
bake1944
Reply: Sander Pad

bake1944

I wish I knew also. Mine just fell apart and have to order a new pad for around 36.00 dollars.
steve123
Reply: Sander Pad

steve123

I looked on link removed and there is a recall notice for the BO5000 and BO5001 pads. Models from 1992 - 2003. Take a look.

link removed - In The News

CPSC, Makita U.S.A. Inc. Announce Recall of Repair Electric Sanders
Firm's Recall Hotline: (866) 714-3860, Ext.232
CPSC Recall Hotline: (800) 638-2772
CPSC Media Contact: (301) 504-7908

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Makita U.S.A. Inc., of La Mirada, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 350,000 electric orbit sanders. The pads on the sanders can break apart during use and strike the operator, posing an injury hazard to consumers.

Makita U.S.A. Inc. has received 13 reports of pads coming apart, including three minor injuries that resulted from pieces of the pad striking consumers.

The recalled sanders include the BO5000 and BO5001 model numbers, which can be found on the silver nameplate on the sander's body. The sander's housing is blue and the name "Makita" appears in large white letters on the motor housing. These sanders were manufactured in the United States.

Home centers, hardware stores, and industrial suppliers nationwide sold the sanders from April 1992 through February 2003 for between $110 and $125.

Consumers should stop using the recalled sanders immediately and return them to the nearest Makita factory service center for a free repair. For more information on how to return the sanders or to locate the nearest Makita factory service center, consumers should contact Makita at (800) 462-5482 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday or log on to the company's website at link removed Industrial Power Tools - The Leader In Cordless with 18V LXT Lithium-Ion.

No other Makita sanders are involved in this recall. Any BO5000 or BO5001 sanders with the letters "PUR" on the pad are not involved in this recall. (To access the notice see CPSC's Web site at CPSC Home Page | cpsc.gov .)

Name of Product: Makita Electric Sanders
(Model BO5000 & BO5001)
Units: About 350,000 units
Distributor: Makita U.S.A. Inc., of La Mirada, Calif.
Hazard: The pads on the sanders can break apart during use and strike the operator.
Incident/Injuries: Makita has received 13 reports of the sanding pad coming apart. There have been 3 reports of minor injury.
Description: The recall involves Makita BO5000 and BO5001 Electric Sanders without the letters "PUR" on the pad.
den
Question: Reassembling BO5001

den

cannot line up socket hex head bolt (9) through washer (11) in order to affix new pad.
930561
Question: Makita Orbital

930561

One of my Makita orbital sanders (BO5000) will spini freely with no load, but with a load it stops or slows way down. I've replaced the brushes, but that didn't help.

Armature bearings?--it just seems that if it was a bearing I would hear it making noise if it was bad enough to stop the tool........

Thanks for any ideas
I have a Makita BO5000 sander that spins freely when not under load but when I apply it to a surface it comes to a stop. I replaced the lower bearing thinking that was the issue but it made no difference. Any suggestions?
UtahAV
Reply: Makita BO5000 Power Under Load

UtahAV

I am guessing that the lower bearing you replaced was the pad bearing, item #12 on the parts diagram. Often times the symptoms you described can be caused by a bad bearing on the armature. Typically the lower armature bearing but I would inspect both the top and bottom bearings. I suspect that one or two new armature bearings will solve the problem.

Good luck with your repair!

-UtahAV
-Mark
Adam Rice
Question: Pad Removal

Adam Rice

How do I remove the pad on the Makita BO5000 Sander?
Elise
Reply: Pad Removal

Elise

Yeah, I'd like to know too!
Kim Dean
Question: Sander Pad Removal

Kim Dean

My sander runs at ultra high speed causing the pad that holds the sandpaper to fly apart. I noticed that the screw holding the bearing in place was loose. The allen head screw that holds the pad in place is striped and won't come loose. So I want to order a new pad w/screw. How do I hold the pad from turning in order to loosen the screw?
JACK
Question: Bogging Down

JACK

My sander bogs down when I use it. What is wrong?
mog703
Review: Makita - BO5000
5 star
mog703
this sander is awesome! first sander i bought (about 15-20 yrs) have been through 10-12 random orbitals since from craftsman to dewalt. NONE compare to this sander. cuts through finishes like butter and never a swirl mark even with #80 grit. wish i could find a few more of these new or refurbished.
Dave Given
Review: Makita - BO5000
1 star
Dave Given
One Star.......I've had this tool for some time and have been very happy with it until the sander disk disintegrated all over my chest. After ordering and replacing the part, it has again done the same thing. I thought I was shot. I thought of ordering a new part but I don't think it would be worth the money as I don't think I would trust it to last..........Given
Kim Dean
Reply: Makita - BO5000

Kim Dean

I had the same problem with mine and was about to order new parts. I am not sure now that I've read your comments.
David
Review: Makita - BO5000
4 star
David
Great sander, I have had it for 8+ years. I was very surprised when the pad came flying off in several pieces while using it today. I was, however, pleased to find that Makita will repair the sander since it was recalled due to this defect.
LAWRENCE MCCULLY
Reply: Makita - BO5000

LAWRENCE MCCULLY

I had the same thing happen to my Makita. If I order a new pad, will it do it again? And how did you find out about the recall?
paul
Review: Makita - BO5000
5 star
paul
I have this sander and have used it on an endless number or projects and it works great. Mind you cant remember if there ever was a brake on it (to slow it down when lifting off work piece while in use) or not. But aside from that it does the job it was made to do sand flat surfaces very effectively. I am purchasing the pad (hook & loop) for this sander and will continue to enjoy its great work. paul
Robert
Reply: Makita - BO5000

Robert

I am another user that was hit by flying pad pieces. If you let the sander run free, off the work piece the disk will hit high RPM and over time weaken the pad to the point of self destruction. Also pressing down on work at angles to dig in harder on work, weakens the disk by over flexing the pad. Too bad Makita did not add a speed governor to the disk but that would mean more cost and added failure points.
Still prefer this sander to anything else, other than my belt sander. I got rid of all my other sanders.
J Wilson
Review: Makita - BO5000
1 star
J Wilson
My pad disintegrated. Paying nearly $30 for a replacement (which will be just as likely to fail) doesn't sit well with me. I have several other Makita products and all have served me well for a long time so will continue to use their products, just not a random orbital sander.
Tom
Reply: Makita - BO5000

Tom

I just got my B05000 out to use, turned it on and the pad disintegrated also!
Mike McIntyre
Review: Makita - BO5000
1 star
Mike McIntyre
Great sander, but Makita knew there was a problem with the sander pad materials and did nothing to correct the Model BO5000. They just changed the way the pad is connected to the sander and the newer models have the same problem. I recommend not buying any Makita products!
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