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1Screw (#8-18 X 5/8 In.)
Part #: 660370001
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2Top Cover
Part #: 591595001
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 $5.06
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3Variable Speed Dial
Part #: 343056002
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4Circuit Board Assembly
Part #: 280024001
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5Orbit Selector
Part #: 513836001
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6Orbit Selector Lever
Part #: 513837001
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7Motor Housing
Part #: 300047036
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8Handle Assembly
Part #: 300188036
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Logo Label
Part #: 940114136
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10
Field
Part #: 740751001
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Screw (#8-18 X 47 mm)
Part #: 660369003
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12Motor
Part #: 200216095
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13Brush Assembly
Part #: 290069081
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Lead With Terminal
Part #: 290061081
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15Screw (#8-32 X 18 mm)
Part #: 660849001
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16Dust Collection Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 301673001
Discontinued
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17Screw W/Washer (M4 X 12 mm)
Part #: 660798007
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 $3.99
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18Output Shaft & Pin Assembly
Part #: 300003071
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19Screw (M4 X 10 mm)
Part #: 660213021
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20Output Sleeve & Bearing Assembly Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 301474001
Discontinued
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21Screw W/Washer (M4 X 12 mm)
Part #: 660798003
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 $2.99
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22Dust Collection Support
Part #: 513521001
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23Brake Pad
Part #: 513520002
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24Screw (#6-19 X 10 mm)
Part #: 660853002
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25Screw W/Washer (#8-32 X 18 mm)
Part #: 660849002
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26Backing Pad Assembly (Hook & Loop)
Part #: 305189001
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 $9.69
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27Screw (#10-32-3A X 7.62 mm)
Part #: 660797002
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28Sanding Disc
Part #: 901058001
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 $1.99
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29
Cable Tie
Part #: 900333004
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30
Switch Bracket
Part #: 513746001
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31Switch Assembly
Part #: 760670001
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11 available
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32
Screw (#6-19 X 5/8 In.)
Part #: 660372001
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33Cord Clamp
Part #: 590924001
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34Bend Relief
Part #: 560963001
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 $2.99
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35Receptacle & Power Cord Assy
Part #: 290086137
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 $5.60
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36Cord Wrap Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 300904003
Discontinued
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37
Data Label
Part #: 940057075
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38Lead With Terminal
Part #: 290061082
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39Ball Bearing
Part #: 680273003
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40Vacuum Adaptor
Part #: 591594001
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41Dust Bag Assembly
Part #: 300027056
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42Dust Bag With Retainer
Part #: 901262001
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 $4.03
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43Hex Key (3 mm)
Part #: 672024001
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44Ball Bearing (6002R-LLU)
Part #: 089037008172
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45Fan Counterbalance
Part #: 640908001
Note: Ball Bearing part #680071011 required to fit
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46Operator's Manual (960973003)
Part #: 983000861
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47
Repair Sheet Obsolete - Not Available
Part #: 983000861R
Discontinued
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Symptom:
Worn Sanding Pad
Parts Used:
Part Number:
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Entry Date:2013-12-10 15:58:44
5 of 8 customers found these instructions helpful
Hook & Loop) pad wore out
Remove four torx head screws, removed pad, reassembled with new pad. Back to sanding.
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reneuprr
Question: Fan Counterbalance

reneuprr

does not look like my broken part. the bottom of new part has a neck and the old one goes not
WJA
Reply: Fan Counterbalance

WJA

Hello reneuprr,

I can't tell you for sure, but the manufacture may have made a design change in this part. But if your model number is R2611. The 640908001 fan counterbalance will work in your tool.

-WJA
1097690
Question: R2611 Output

1097690

My r2611 pad is not engaging when trigger is pulled. The motor is running but sanding pad not spinning. Is the output shaft and pin assembly the problem? Thanks, Dave
WJA
Reply: R2611 Output

WJA

Hello 1097690,

There is definitely something broken inside your sander, and it could be a number of items. The best thing for you to do is breakdown your sander and see what is broken. Then let us know and we will get the broken part right out to you.

Hope that helps,

-WJA
1040597
Question: OUTPUT SLEEVE

1040597

RECIVED A NEW OUTPUT SLEEVE AND BEARING PUT TOGETHER AND THE PAD JUST SPINS LIKE IT'S NOT HOOKED TO THE MOTOR THE BEARING JUST SPINS ANY ANSWERS
Keith
Question: Broken Pad

Keith

the pad came loose due to the vibration I guess, the screws that hold the pad caused the pads mounting holes to widen theby causing the pad to come off. I replaced the pad with a new one and it worked for one month and then the same thing happened, I will not buy anymore ridgid tools, they are junk
WJA
Reply: Broken Pad

WJA

Hi Kieth,

I have seen this happen with a number of other random orbit sander manufactures. You are right, the problem is caused by the tool vibration. The best thing to do is to get in the habit of making sure the screws holding the pad on are tight before you use the sander.

WJA
pierre valiquette
Question: Polishing

pierre valiquette

Does anybody know if you can use the orbital sander for polishing furniture?
Keith
Reply: Polishing

Keith

not a good idea, but it could be done. it does a good job at sanding though, except when it breaks. I won't buy any more ridgid tools
Gerard
Question: R2611

Gerard

My sander spins when I squeeze the trigger; but as soon as I place it on the wood to start sanding the spinning slows down. Any suggestions as to what part I need to replace and how do I change it? Thanks in advance.
Gerard
Mel
Question: Backing Pad

Mel

I go through backing pad assemblies quickly. The holes thru which the screws fit wallow out. I tighten the screws firmly, but the thing wobbles apart in no time. Any thoughts?
tommy
Reply: Backing Pad

tommy

Put some loctite on the screws
Keith
Reply: Backing Pad

Keith

I had the same problem. Basically what you need to do is buy a different tool from somebody else
john
Question: Falling Off Sand Paper

john

I bought my sander about a year ago, but have only used it a couple of times. the sand paper will not stay on the sander and just falls off or flies off. Is it old paper or the part the paper sticks to.
can you help?
Jon
Reply: Falling Off Sand Paper

Jon

Make sure you're using the hook and loop paper. If you are then it could be that you need a new pad. Pads usually are worn when you press down on the sander while sanding instead of letting the tool do the work.
mcintire2
Review: Ridgid R2611 - Love It
5 star
mcintire2
I'm a general contractor. I've had this sander for about 3 years now, and it's the best sander I've ever owned. I've used it to sand exterior of homes for paint prep; sanded antique oak floors for refinishing, and have even used it to polish my truck (with a terry bonnet) I've only had to replace the bearings once due to all the heavy dust. I use it constantly.
Jim Snedeker
Review: Ridgid - R2611
1 star
Jim Snedeker
I purchased this Ridgid Random Orbital Sander, Model Number R-2611, June 25, 2008. It is already worn out. The warranty service in Houston is lousy so I had to repair it myself the first time, and now I need another part.Also, i bought a Ridgid Cordless Drill, Model Number R86006. Same deal, bought it February 1, 2008. Already been in shop for two months and no Switch is available for it and no ETA when it will come in. I see NO MORE Ridgid in my Future..
Jim Snedeker
Review: Ridgid - R2611
1 star
Jim Snedeker
Had this Sander 6 months and have had several problems with it. Now the Fan Counter Balance is broken and I am repairing it myself. The local people take too long. I have a Cordless Drill, Ridgid, in for repair for one month now and it's still not ready. Also there is no repair manual available on line to show how to replace parts on this Sander. The Sander is a R2611 Random Orbital Sander. Thanks, no more Ridgid for me! Jim
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