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Delta Tools &... | Answered on May 16, 2019


Google (delta)(46-201)(manual) without parens OR request directly from Delta.

Delta Tools &... | Answered on Jan 12, 2019


You would need to contact Delta or a retailer.

Delta Tools &... | Answered on Aug 10, 2018


Delta should be ashamed of themselves for putting out a product as bad as this one, belt has no power and disc part is pure junk, they should be rated in the minus. If you find out best best/disc sanders in 2018 go to the link Practical WEN 6502 Sander Review For Improved Sanding Skills

Delta Machinery... | Answered on Mar 20, 2018


Remove the spindle from the machine itself before you change the sanding sleeve. There should be a flat section on the bottom of each spindle that you can hook a wrench on to hold it while you undo the top bolt.

Delta Machinery... | Answered on Aug 30, 2016


A quarter turn is too much. You should only turn the wheel a maximum of 1/16 turn. Sanding should be done with just the sand (not the paper) touching the workpiece. Patience is the key for drum sanders. Courser grit sandpaper will help remove material faster if that's your goal.

Delta 31 - 255X... | Answered on Feb 14, 2016


What is it doing or not doing, when u turn on the switch, either the switch or motor is probably bad or you have too much tension on the belt.

Delta 31 695 6"... | Answered on Dec 17, 2015


Probably an 8-32 or 10-32 (possibly a 10-24) or even a 1/4-20. You can get small packs of these size screws at most hardware stores so would be cheap to busy one of each and try and once you know the size you can get a set screw of that size. Another crude way is to see what size drill bit will fit into the threaded hole. If a 3/32" goes but a 7/64" doesn't or fits tight, it is a size 6 (likely 32 threads per inch (TPI). If a 1/8" bit goes but a 9/64 doesn't or is really tight then it is a # 8 size. (8-32 is most common). If the 9/64 goes freely but a 5/32 doesn't it would likely be a 10-24 whereas if the 5/32 does go but an 11/64 doesn't then figure it to be a 10-32. Finally, it could be a 1/4-20 if a 3/16" bit goes but a 13/64 doesn't or is fairly tight. If it is really big and a 1/4" bit fits the hole then it is likely a 5/16-18.

Delta 4" Belt 6"... | Answered on Apr 26, 2015

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