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Hook and Loop Sander Pad

Part Number: 2610917408
Bosch
Availability: 25+ in stock
Price: $20.11
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: 2610992164, RSP019, RS031 and 2608000124.

Description:
This pad is the soft backing pad that is standard on new Bosch sanders.
This Bosch 2610917408 8-hole sander backing pad has a Velcro surface to accommodate hook and loop sandpaper. It is a genuine Bosch brand product. The pad is flexible to allow flat or contour sanding without gouging. It is for use with abrasive discs and polishing bonnets on random orbital sanders. It has a 5-inch diameter.
Product Information
Manufacturer: Bosch
Product Number: 2610917408
Classification: Accessory
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Shipping: Ships Worldwide
Products Compatibility

This item works with the following types of products:

  • • Sander
Questions & Answers

Is the replacement sanding pad product # 2610917408 compatible with orbital sander 3283DVS? The 3 mounting posts are rectangular on my machine. All the pictures appear to show 3 round mounting holes.
Gary Holt for model number 0603283739
Hi Gary, Thank you for your question. It looks like the manufacturer actually discontinued your original type part and has replaced it with the circular ones that you see listed. They should work for your sander. Usually the manufacturer does not list a replacement part if it will not work with the tool. I hope that helps. Good luck with your repair.
Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
11 of 12 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen wrench
Sanding pad tore and separated
Loosen and remove the screws that secure the case to the internal mechanism.The pad is held in place by an Allen screw and is accessible once the case is open. The screw is evidently torqued into place at the time of manufacture so some effort is required to loosen it. Remove the screw and the pad. The inside of the case was heavily impacted with saw dust. It needs to be cleaned. Once clean, install the new pad and reinstall the allen screw. Reassembled the case around the works, then reinstall the screws and tighten. The repair is easy and straight forward. And hats off to Bosch for a beautifully designed piece of equipment.
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4 of 4 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, None
Needed new sanding pad
Remove one screw from the pad, then removed the pad. I then used my compressor to blow out the saw dust from inside the sander. Then I installed the new pad with the screw. Worked perfectly. Just what I ordered!
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3 of 3 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Allen wrench that came with the sander
Sander pad foam was deteriorating
Step 1: Laying the sander down on its side, holding the sander and pad with my left hand and using the Allen wrench in my right hand, I loosened the center bolt. This was pretty snug since there is Lock-tite used on the threads.
Step 2: Once the old pad was removed I wiped down the sander and removed all of the built up sawdust with a damp rag.
Step 3: Put a drop of blue Lock-tite on the center bolt and installed the new pad using Step 1 and tightened the center bolt.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Allen wrench
Pad beneath hook pad dry rotted
1. Remove the old pad by unscrewing the mounting screw.
2. Remove the old pad.
3. Clear out the old dry rotted particles from beneath the old mounting pad.
4. Align the new pad with the screw hole.
5. Secure the new pad with the original mounting screw.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Allen wrench
Worn out sanding pad.
Removed the old pad, and installed the new pad.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Allen wrench
Sanding plate lost the velcro grip and wouldn't hold sanding discs
1 Removed old sanding plate
2 Replaced with new plate
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Tool Type:
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Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Allen wrench
Hook and loop pad was worn out.
Removed the allen screw from the middle of the pad, then removed the old pad.
Then installed the new pad with the allen screw
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Tool Type:
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Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Allen wrench
Hook and Loop pad was worn out and falling apart
Removed old pad and attached new pad. Was great to find the right pad for an older Bosch sander.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Nutdriver
The sander pad had become separated from the sander.
I used the provided nut driver and removed the base of the sander pad. Put the new one in place and put the nut back in place.
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Tool Type:
Sander
Parts Used:
Hook and Loop Sander Pad - 2610917408
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
, Allen wrench
Sand paper would no longer attach to the hook and loop pad.
Used an allen wrench to remove the old pad and replaced with the new ones. A very simple repair and I now have 2 sanders that are like new. I love your website and how well the parts are described. I knew the parts were right before I ordered them. Thank you! It was a great help and the parts arrived in a matter of a couple days. Thanks again!
JIM
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Discussion
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Question: 1295dvs Orbital Sander ? To Loos...

dustywork

Hi,
I've been using a 1295dvs Bosch sander and the soft pad spit apart and went sailing across the room.
I need to take off the remains and replace the sander pad but the hex screw is stuck tight.
Turning it counterclockwise, no amount of force has moved it.
It's hard to hold onto the platen and turn the wrench at the same time.
Is there a better way to undo this screw that I can use?
Hi dustywork,
To do a clean repair on this sander you would be better off replacing the fan assembly and screw along with the brake and pad.It costs a little more but you better off bitting the bullet and replace it all.If you have used the sander enough to wear out the pad like that then the hub bearing will be the next to go and that can damage a good pad.The hub screw is is held in place with a 242 blue loctite and should come out without too much effort.If its stuck it could be because it got hot and is frozen in.Replace it all and you won't have to worry about it. Hope that helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Question: Sander Pad

258504

I got a very short life from my last sander pad. It would throw the sandpaper off and , if I was not quick, the pad would hit the wood . Now it won't hold sandpaper at all. I am ready to yard sell this sander and change brands!! Mike
WJA
Hello 258504,

Here is some advise from Tinkerdave, one of our most active forum members on this subject.

Velcro on your sanding disc has a hard time sticking due to dirt ,saw dust and other debris getting stuck inside, which in turn makes it hard for the hook and loop sides to stick together. Because of the high torque loads placed on the hooks and loops they become distorted and damaged.
Before you throw your pad away first try this:


Remove the velcro pad off the sander and lay it on a flat surface. Take another piece of Velcro and comb through both the hook and loop sides, allowing the dirt to lift. Place another piece of Velcro on top of the older one hook on top of loop or vice versa and press and release it several times. This will loosen the dirt and take the majority of it link removed a metal toothpick small piece of wire to pick through the rest of the Velcro.Blow it off well with air. By doing this most of the dirt and saw dust should be gone. The toothpick or wire will help you get the rest of the dirt out.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
Question: Bosch 1295dvs Sander Pad

train1999

Is there a way to clean or refurbish the sander pad? It no longer will hold the sandpaper. How long is this product supposed to last? M A Thompson

My last pad made it through 10-15 hours of sanding!! I am very dissappointed. Once it has the hooks damaged it is useless!!
WJA
Hello,

Here is some advise from Tinkerdave, one of our most active forum members on this subject.

Velcro on your sanding disc has a hard time sticking due to dirt ,saw dust and other debris getting stuck inside, which in turn makes it hard for the hook and loop sides to stick together. Because of the high torque loads placed on the hooks and loops they become distorted and damaged.
Before you throw your pad away first try this:


Remove the velcro pad off the sander and lay it on a flat surface. Take another piece of Velcro and comb through both the hook and loop sides, allowing the dirt to lift. Place another piece of Velcro on top of the older one hook on top of loop or vice versa and press and release it several times. This will loosen the dirt and take the majority of it link removed a metal toothpick small piece of wire to pick through the rest of the Velcro.Blow it off well with air. By doing this most of the dirt and saw dust should be gone. The toothpick or wire will help you get the rest of the dirt out.Hope this helps.Good luck.
Tinker
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