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 Porter Cable 352VS Type 3 3x21 Variable Speed Belt Sander Parts

1
Armature
Armature
Part #: A05378
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 $74.89
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1A
Air Baffle
Air Baffle
Part #: 892798
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2
Field
Field Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 876672
Discontinued
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3
Lead
Lead
Part #: 875334
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4
Switch
Switch
Part #: 5140112-36
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4A
Speed Control Assembly
Speed Control Assembly
Part #: N059514
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5
Power Cord
Power Cord
Part #: 879182
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11
Bearing
Bearing
Part #: 330003-85
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11A
Bearing
Bearing
Part #: 859293
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12
Bearing
Bearing
Part #: 803856
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13
Bearing
Bearing
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15
Bearing
Bearing
Part #: 684188
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23
Seal
Seal
Part #: 848537
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31
Drive Pinion
Drive Pinion
Part #: 899233
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31A
Gear
Gear
Part #: 878571
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37
Toothed Drive Belt
Toothed Drive Belt
Part #: 848530
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37A
Drive Pulley
Drive Pulley
Part #: 695738
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37B
Drive Pulley
Drive Pulley
Part #: 899259
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 $10.86
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40
Shaft
Shaft
Part #: 698038
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40A
Pulley Shaft
Pulley Shaft
Part #: 878569
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53A
Cover
Part #: 848523
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54A
Belt Cover
Belt Cover
Part #: 893326
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 $6.61
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57
Handle Set
Handle Set
Part #: A23096
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 $9.79
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59
Conv Kit T2TOT3 352 Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 885124
Discontinued
N/A
64
Frame Protector Bar
Frame Protector Bar
Part #: 878380
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65
Drive Pulley
Drive Pulley
Part #: 698041
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65A
Pulley
Pulley
Part #: 900527
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 $9.36
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66
Idler Arm
Idler Arm
Part #: 878570
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90A
Dust Bag Assembly-
Dust Bag Assembly-
Part #: 696167
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 $21.51
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93
Screw
Screw
Part #: 897160
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 $3.99
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101
Spring Elbow Re
Spring Elbow Re
Part #: 839330
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102
Elbow/Support Kit (Bag Sold Separately
Elbow/Support Kit (Bag Sold Separately
Part #: 882671
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 $28.73
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103
Bag Support
Bag Support
Part #: 877967
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104
Gasket
Gasket
Part #: 852003
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 $3.99
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107
Screw
Screw
Part #: 849808
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108
Washer
Washer
Part #: 859359
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 $1.33
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109
Washer
Washer
Part #: 848508
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110
Washer
Washer
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111
Nut
Nut
Part #: 802943
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112
Screw
Screw
Part #: 847994
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113
Snap Ring
Snap Ring
Part #: 847564
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 $3.99
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115
Screw
Screw
Part #: 882187
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116
Gasket
Gasket
Part #: 848524
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 $3.99
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117
Spring
Spring
Part #: 848512
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118
Nut
Nut
Part #: 903693
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120
Screw
Screw
Part #: 801374
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121
Ring
Ring
Part #: 853455
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 $2.99
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122
Washer
Washer
Part #: 848551
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 $1.32
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124
Tracking Box
Tracking Box
Part #: 878579
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125
Spring
Spring
Part #: 848514
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126
Screw
Screw
Part #: 856481
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128
Screw
Screw
Part #: 848565
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129
Knob Set
Knob Set
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130
Washer
Washer
Part #: 802995
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131
Screw
Screw
Part #: 879678
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132
Strain Reliever
Strain Reliever
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133
Screw
Screw
Part #: 886538
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135
Cork and Shoe Assembly
Cork and Shoe Assembly
Part #: 903400
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136
Clamp
Clamp Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 684987
Discontinued
N/A
137
Screw
Screw
Part #: 883485
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139
Nut
Nut
Part #: 869687
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140
Screw
Screw
Part #: 848148
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141
Screw and Washer
Screw and Washer
Part #: 695812
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144
Screw
Screw
Part #: 877817
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145
Screw
Screw
Part #: 893792
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Screw
Screw
Part #: 848148
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Screw
Screw
Part #: 848148
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148
Screw
Screw
Part #: 875322
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149
Dust Baffle
Dust Baffle
Part #: 896195
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151
Screw-Pan
Screw-Pan
Part #: 894223
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154
Screw Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 803168
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158
Screw
Screw
Part #: 883479
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164
Screw
Screw
Part #: 892780
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169
Term
Term
Part #: 849314
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170
Washer
Washer
Part #: 850218
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Locator
Locator
Part #: 696039
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175
Washer
Washer
Part #: 801530
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Washer
Washer
Part #: 810523
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179
Connector VS
Connector VS
Part #: 682063
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181
Spacer
Spacer
Part #: 695813
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183
Screw
Screw Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 872835
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184
Wear Plate
Wear Plate
Part #: 695868
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186
Spring
Spring
Part #: 698042
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187
Lever
Lever
Part #: 695789
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188
Cover Plate
Cover Plate
Part #: 877537
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189
Key
Key
Part #: 878563
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190
Oiler
Oiler
Part #: 850410
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 $3.99
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192
Spring-Preload
Spring-Preload
Part #: 842610
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Enclosure-Triac
Enclosure-Triac
Part #: 698027
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Screw
Screw
Part #: 882187
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Screw Machine Steel
Screw Machine Steel
Part #: 882185
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196
Term
Term
Part #: 849314
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197
Cover
Cover
Part #: 848547
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Tube Grease
Tube Grease
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tatalagu2013
Question: Drive Belt # 848530

tatalagu2013

I just received what I believe is this part, but the number on it is 120XL037, it is an after market toothed drive belt which should fit a 352VS Porter Cable belt sander
WJA
Reply: Drive Belt # 848530

WJA

Hello tatalagu2013,

I looked at one of the Porter Cable 848530 Drive Belts to see if it had any of the numbers on it that you asked about. I didn't see any of the numbers on it. Hopefully it will work on the belt sander.

-WJA
1180910
Question: B&d 352vs Type 6

1180910

when running sander it sparks a lot and has no power. changed brushes still doing same thing any ideas anyone
Tinkerdave
Reply: B&d 352vs Type 6

Tinkerdave

Hi,
That would generally indicate a shorted armature.If you look at the commutator (This is what the brushes ride on.) while rotating it you can in a lot of cases see a scored or burnt commutator bar.This bar is open as the armature rotates effectively shutting the tool off as it rotates past the brushes.Once it get pasted the open commutator the circuit closes turning the tool back on again.This action is what causes the blue sparking.Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
donkibler
Question: Fan

donkibler

How do I replace the fan on a Porter Cable 352VS 3"x21" belt sander?
deadhang
Question: PC Belt Sander Power Cord

deadhang

Hello,

I need to replace the power cord for a Porter Cable Belt Sander, model 352VS. How do I remove the wire from the switch, and install the wire of the new power cord into the switch?

Thanks,

Kevin
WJA
Reply: PC Belt Sander Power Cord

WJA

Hello deadhang,

We have prepared an article and video that will assist you with your repair. Here is the link to it.

How to Wire A Trap Door Switch

Hope this helps,
-WJA
stagebuilder
Question: How Do You Tell?

stagebuilder

I bought a used PC 3x21 352VS sander and need to get a new bottom metal plate since the old one is worn. How do you tell what type the sander is, since I see there are 6 types of 352VS available.
WJA
Reply: How Do You Tell?

WJA

Hello stagebuilder,

Porter-Cable will put the type number on the same label with the model number. If you have no type number, my guess is that is a type 1. In this case the steel shoe comes with the cork shoe, and the same part number is used on all 6 types.The part number is 903400.

Hope this helps,
-WJA
coqd
Question: 352VS Ate The Cord...

coqd

I let an inexperienced user operate the sander and they ran the sander over the cord, which is now lodged firmly between the rubber drive pulley and the frame of the sander. How do I remove the drive pulley to release the cord?
blinky114
Reply: 352VS Ate The Cord...

blinky114

I'm an experienced operator, and the exact same thing happened to me, on my brand new 352VS. I started searching for help, and found your post. I decided to look closer.
SOLUTION:! I removed the VACUUM HOUSING (#59 - A23880SV) by removing its 5 screws and that side's HANDLE screw too. With 1/2 the DRIVE PULLEY (#65 698041) now exposed, I used a medium PIPE WRENCH and got a good grip on the rubber wheel, I then was able to roll the wheel back, causing the cord to retrace its perilous journey, only in reverse, thereby freeing the cord from its TIGHT embrace with the Drive Pulley. And now I will take a moment to order N127994 (#5 - a CORDSET), oh, wait just a moment, they're back ordered until 9/25/13 - I'm not the only one doing this!
craig giles
Question: Elbow Hole

craig giles

elbow hole is too small for it to go in the hole for my new dust bag. is there an insert to fit in the hole or do I have the wrong bag? it is a 352vs
WJA
Reply: Elbow Hole

WJA

Hi Craig,
Make sure you are ordering the right parts for the correct type number of sander. Porter-Cable has made a few different type numbers of that model and some of the bags aren't the same. Hope this helps.
WJA
Leonard
Question: Dustpick Up Into Bag

Leonard

My 352VS type 6, quit picking up dust. I machine washed the bag, no help. With bag off dust does not blow out the bag spout. I removed the side case, there is no blockage, impeller fan is not cracked or nicked anyplace. The plastic shield/housing surrounding the fan has a concentric bump so will only go back in one place or the case will not fit down and seal. What do I need to do differently,for dust pick up. the machine was purchased new Oct.2008.It originally would fill the bag, and stopped rather suddenly, all else sounds and works fine. Help?
WJA
Reply: Dustpick Up Into Bag

WJA

Hello Leonard,

Behind the rear drive pulley (item #65) at the bottom of the housing is a slot that has a tendency to clog up with dust. Try to blow or clean it out all the way up to the top of the housing. Hopefully this will take care of your problem.

WJA
I bought the 352VS based on rave reviews..BUT..I have yet to be able to use it(!) I have tried several 3x21 belts(by Gator)and they all walk immediately after I switch it on. I have jimmied with the settings without success. It feels as if the tension is not tight enough to hold the belt in place...or the metal wheel in front should be gripper coated like its rear neighbor?
Davidanthony
Reply: New Belts Immediately Walk

Davidanthony

I think that your tension idea is possibly responsible, the tension lever on my sander is VERY stiff, the lever cuts into the fingers when pulling it back...

As for the belts, I only use the FANDELI brand, I have wore out a dozen and never a problem...
kyle
Question: 352 Vs

kyle

The fan on the armature exploded and now the sander won't run. Do I need to replace the entire armature or can I replace just the fan?
Don
Question: Belt Tracking Off

Don

How do you adjust the belt tracking for a Model 352VS Type6
belt sander?
Don Smiley
Question: Removing Pulley For Cog Belt

Don Smiley

I am working on a Porter-Cable Model 352 VS Type 3, 3x21 belt sander. How do I get the small cog pulley off of the end of the motor shaft (part 37A)? I need to put new bearings in the motor and I can't get the pulley off to disassemble the motor from the frame. Please help.
Don Smiley
Dan
Reply: Removing Pulley For Cog Belt

Dan

I'm having the same problem! Have you found a solution yet? I'd appreciate any help. Thanks!
Adam
Reply: Removing Pulley For Cog Belt

Adam

The least painful way is to order a new one before dis-assembly then use a chisel and hammer to tap it until it moves. They are left hand thread and come off very easily once they begin to move. I have done several of these and have tried a section of hose and vise grip many times but always have resorted to a chisel and a new gear. The gear is cheaper than the bearings you are going to replace anyway. Good luck.
I just replaced the drive belt on my Porter-Cable 325VS Type 6 Belt Sander, but now I can't get the housing to fit back in place. The plastic dust baffle over the fan is interfering. I have spent a good hour trying to position it properly. Nothing appears to be bent or broken. Is there a trick to this?
Debbie
Reply: Assemble Poarter-Cable 325VS Bel...

Debbie

I've just been sitting here struggling with the same problem after my husband spent an hour cursing at it yesterday! I looked here to see if I could find a solution, and then went off to check the parts pictures......

I've got mine back together, finally, by putting the little piece of the dust baffle that sticks forward at about where the number 7 is on a clock. It needs to fit into the place on the casing just below that bottom left screw point - there's an open area in the casing that it fits into. Hope this helps!
mrnatural
Question: How Do I Oil The Oiler Pad?

mrnatural

I am replacing an oiler and bearing on a Porter Cable 352VS belt sander. The oiler (part number 850410) came with no instructions. It is dry. What weight and how much oil do I soak it with? How does the oil get from the oiler pad to the bearing? I don't see how it can do anything for lubrication. I searched 'oiler' and only found information on a chainsaw oiler.
Tinkerdave
Reply: How Do I Oil The Oiler Pad?

Tinkerdave

Hi,If I remember right that model had a number of problems with that bearing.Its a rather small bearing that takes a high lateral load. The oiler your talking about was used to help extend the life of the bearing by allowing a small amount of oil to lubricate the bearing.Just use a 10W none detergent oil like 3 in 1 oil and added enough for it to get wet and you should be fine.You cant really over oil it.Hope that helps.
All the best
Tinkerdave
mrnatural
Reply: How Do I Oil The Oiler Pad?

mrnatural

I'll use the 3 in 1 as you advise. I'm always going to wonder just how the oil migrates out of the pad to the bearing. I just realized I should have asked about the bearing lubrication too. Should I pack it with a high temp grease?

I have virtually zero experiance in posting messages in forums. What is the proper etiquette to thank a person? Should I use 'reply with quote' or 'reply to thread'?
Tinkerdave
Reply: How Do I Oil The Oiler Pad?

Tinkerdave

You could use a little bit of grease.
Porter Cable 352 (type one and four) 3 x 21 sanders

Have experience with five of these exact model of sander - 3 with another company, two with my own company. Think very highly of them.

The first one we purchased for our company worked flawlessly for five years, at which time I decided to get a second one, a variable speed, to have as a finish sander for cab work, etc. - as we intended to use the older one for rougher work.

The "new one" (a type 4) is the first one of five that I've had in my hands that I couldn't perfectly finish sand anything with - from a 2x6 to sheet plywood. It leaves "divets" in anything I've sanded - divets that none of the other four ever did. Perplexed by this I tore it apart, side by side w/other sander, checked plates, everything. Did install new cork pad/shoe, looked for high spots, checked for straight, and reassembled. Still have same results.

My old one still sands perfectly. No divets. But the belt tracking has gone askew. It's very critical to adjust and hard to keep adjusted while sanding - wild swings right and left occur. Again, had them apart, side by side, didn't find anything "messed up" or different one to the other. Couldn't pinpoint a part to replace. Lubed and reassembled, no change.

Any suggestions, for either sander?

Thanks!
Dale
Reply: Porter Cable 352 Sander Glitches

Dale

As far as the divots. I don't think i can help you. I have seen other sanders do that. but they have a build up of saw dust under the cork pad. And it sounds like you have changed your pads. As for the tracking problem. The rear pulley, the rubber one. Is convexed. To keep the belt on track. These do wear down and then no longer track. Hope this helps.
Davidanthony
Reply: Porter Cable 352 Sander Glitches

Davidanthony

[QUOTE=Ostbo;2569]Porter Cable 352 (type one and four) 3 x 21 sanders

Have experience with five of these exact model of sander - 3 with another company, two with my own company. Think very highly of them.

The first one we purchased for our company worked flawlessly for five years, at which time I decided to get a second one, a variable speed, to have as a finish sander for cab work, etc. - as we intended to use the older one for rougher work.

The "new one" (a type 4) is the first one of five that I've had in my hands that I couldn't perfectly finish sand anything with - from a 2x6 to sheet plywood. It leaves "divets" in anything I've sanded - divets that none of the other four ever did. Perplexed by this I tore it apart, side by side w/other sander, checked plates, everything. Did install new cork pad/shoe, looked for high spots, checked for straight, and reassembled. Still have same results.

My old one still sands perfectly. No divets. But the belt tracking has gone askew. It's very critical to adjust and hard to keep adjusted while sanding - wild swings right and left occur. Again, had them apart, side by side, didn't find anything "messed up" or different one to the other. Couldn't pinpoint a part to replace. Lubed and reassembled, no change.

Any suggestions, for either sander?

Thanks!"

Hi, I have used my sander, 352VS type2 for about 3 years here in Guatemala, the only brand of belt that tracks perfectly for me is the FANDELI, all of the others I tried either came apart at the splice within minutes of use, or wouldn't track properly, the belt would run into the housing and cut into the guide, just never really trustworthy, always adjusting during use...
Todd
Question: Eating Up Switches

Todd

Porter Cable Model 352VS is on its 3rd switch (Part # 849317) is this common or do they make a heavy duty switch? This is the 4th brand of Belt Sanders I have purchased and is far superior to any of the others that I have purchased.
Mike
Reply: Eating Up Switches

Mike

Hi Todd. I can't think of any reason you're going through switches other than everyday wear. It sounds like you're probably using that sander a lot. :) The main problem may be that the OEM switch for that sander isn't as high quality as it should be, but I'm not aware of any widespread problems with it. Porter-Cable doesn't offer any sort of upgraded or more durable switch for that model (or any other that I'm aware of) so OEM is pretty much it.
CanisLupus
Reply: Eating Up Switches

CanisLupus

Todd,
Mike may be right, but if you are using a really long extension cord or a extension cord that is too small (wire size) it can cause things like switches to overheat and fail. A lack of available power/current can cause tools to overheat and fail also (think of an electric heater running through a tiny /small wire-sized indoor "light cord", the resistance of the undersized cord will cause heat, then even more resistance and a blown breaker or even a fire). The best thing is to use the shortest H.D. cord you can and if at home working make sure the outlet/wiring is sized to run your tool. To be precise an expert who sells construction equipment/tools/extension cords or an expert at an electrical supply place can probably tell you what size cord to use based on the length you need and the amperage draw of your tool. An electrician can help with the house wiring. If you already have the cord and supply issues covered (you definitely have the proper size cord and supply wiring) than all I can suggest is to let the tool "rest" (cool off) every so often if you are "going at it" hard and heavy. I'm here looking to get a switch for my cheap Skil 1/2" hammer drill that worked fine for years, just drilling a few small holes once in a while. Then I needed to make a drier vent hole through a block wall and started drilling a series of 1/4" holes (in a vent-sized circle from both sides). I let the drill cool off a few times but got impatient about halfway through and kept going. I could feel the heat building up in the drill and was pretty sure I was going to burn out the variable speed switch, which I did. Just remember, heat is the enemy of electrical tools and many electrical products. Heat can be caused by not enough current to the tool or running it long and hard. Let the tool cool if it starts to get (excessively) warm. Good Luck
Kevin K
Question: P/C Belt Sander Model #363

Kevin K

Hello. I am trying to replace the rear rubber drive pully on a porter cable 352vs belt sander. (4" x 24") I have removed the "nut" and "washer", but still won't come off. I'm sure it's being held on the "shaft" by a "key". Does anyone know how to get this drive pully off??? I'd really appreciate any help! Thanks a million!

Kevin: :eek:

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Does this belt sander have a fuse? Thanks Geo.
cmoorejack
Reply: Porter Cable Belt Sander 352vs T...

cmoorejack

Hey Geo,
No fuse or overload that i know of..if the tool is not working check your brush's, switch or cord..:) sawdust may be holding up the brush's from making contact..
hope this helps...
Craig
I bought this tool used/very used, it is by far the work-horse in my shop, I use only rough-cut lumber(chainsaw cut here in Guatemala) This tool will sand with a 50grit belt any kind of lumber I have, I have nothing but the best to say about this tool...
PC352vs type2 seems to go through bearings at fan end of armeture wearing out the shaft. This is the second belt sander I have purchased to have this problem.Are all types built the same?
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