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196905-1 Sander Pad (Hook & Loop)

Part Number: 196905-1
Makita
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $29.10
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 193752-1, 743078-7X and 743047-8.

Description:
This 1-latch hook and loop backing pad is a genuine Makita replacement part. It has 8 vacuum holes and a 5" diameter.

rnrnThis pad is compatible with the tools listed below, and it is not guaranteed to fit any other power tools.
Compatibility

This part is compatible with the following machines:


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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, small hex wrench.
Sand discs were not staying on the pad
One small hex head screw in the middle of the pad. Remove the old pad and install the new pad. Simple repair, good to go!
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Pad worn out
Remove one screw form the middle of the worn pad, remove old pad. Install new pad with the screw.
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen wrench
Sandpaper would no longer stick to the hook and loop sander pad. Need to replace sander pad.
Used Allen wrench to remove screw holding the sanding pad in place. Had to use a small screwdriver in the cooling vanes to hold the pad while removing the Allen screw. Removed two Phillips-head screws holding a sealed ball bearing in place in the back of the pad. One of the screws twisted off leaving part in the pad. Manufacturer had used some loctite type of material to prevent the screws from vibrating loose, which was the reason it was so tight that it twisted off when I tried to remove it. Also noted that the sealed ball bearing felt dry. Decided to go back to eReplacement parts and order a replacement ball bearing and a new screw for the one I twisted off. Next time I will do a complete disassembly before ordering parts so that I can have them all on hand to start and finish the repair in one session. Also, and I think this may be very important, be sure to sure to use loctite or equivalent on the replacement screw threads as the vibration form the sander will surely loosen them up if I don't.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, metric allen wrench
Replacing a worn out sanding pad
Using a metric allen wrench, remove the old pad and replace with new. Apply blue thread loctite to the screw so it won't loosen on it's own. A really simple job.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Hack saw, air compressor
Worn pad
Removed single screw in the middle of the worn pad. Used compressed air gun to clean electrical parts. Installed the new pad with the screw.
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1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, hex wrench
My sander pad rubber tore off
Remove 1 screw and remove the old pad. Put new pad on post and install screw. Done.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Allen wrench
Pad was broken
Removed 1 screw from old pad and replaced it in the new pad. Was as easy as making a phone call.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen wrench
The sander pad on my random orbit sander started throwing solid rubber segments. It was obvious I needed a new pad.
I ordered the new pad from eReplacementParts, and in three days it arrived. It was a simple procedure to stabilize the motor shaft with a screwdriver, remove an allen head screw and remove the old pad. It had a bearing and retaining plate with two screws
that had to be transferred to the new pad, then install the pad back on the sander. The new pad seems to be better quality than the original. I am very happy with this repair. It certainly saved purchasing a new Random Orbit Sander.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Orbital sander pad self destructed
Unplug the sander Locate plug in the center of the bottom of the old pad. Lift or pry out plug. Use a screwdriver to remove the screw under plug. Lift the pad off sander motor shaft. Place new pad onto end of motor shaft. You may have to manually turn the new pad assembly while looking for the screw hole to be exposed. The osculating motion of the internal parts cover the screw hole during part of the pad rotation. Once the screw hole is located insert the pad retaining screw and tighten firmly. Replace the plug into the center of the new pad. Put on safety glasses and plug the sander in. Grasp sander firmly while turning the switch on. If for any reason the sander is vibrating more than it normally used to, shut it off immediately and seek help from a mechanically advanced friend or send the sander to a factory service center for repair. It took me longer to type these instructions than it did to replace the pad on my sander.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver
Rotted pad
Unscrew rotted pad from bearing housing and replace with new pad, chasing the little washer around until you can finally get it to stay in place until you can put it all together again. That washer is the most difficult part, it has a mind of its own and is basically invisible while reassembling. Wedge the pad to tighten the works together and go home feeling satisfied.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Allen wrench
Replaced sanding pad on orbital sander
Removed one small screw from the center of the old sanding pad, I then removed the pad. I then used the same screw to installed the new sanding pad.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen Wrench
Sander pad old and crumbling
Used an allen wrench to remove the screw in the old pad, then put new pad on
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Sander Pad (Hook & Loop) - 196905-1
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, allen wrench
Pad was worn
I removed the screw in the middle of the pad, and removed the worn pad. While the pad was off, I blew out the sawdust inside of the sander. I then installed the new pad with the screw.
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Product Information
Manufacturer: Makita
Category Number: 196905-1
Classification: Part
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
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