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Old 08-16-2007, 06:08 PM   #1
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I have a mouse sander from Black & Decker that I'm using for a refinishing project .Well I'm all done except for some grooves .There is an attachment for this but I can't find the book on how to change attachments and I know someone on this forum must know how .Please help !
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Old 08-17-2007, 06:56 AM   #2
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I'm not familiar with a mouse sander, but if I had to sand some grooves, I'd try to find something a little less than the diameter of the grooves. I'd put the sand paper around it and do it by hand.

Possibilities:
pencil
chop stick
ruler
dowel (these come in lots of sizes and are cheap)
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boy, those must be some rough mice.
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Thanks Joss ,I'll try that !
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I have a mouse sander from Black & Decker that I'm using for a refinishing project .Well I'm all done except for some grooves .There is an attachment for this but I can't find the book on how to change attachments and I know someone on this forum must know how .Please help !
Here's a link where you can find B&D manuals.

I'm always misplacing or losing manuals and parts lists, so I usually just start on the web....even before I look for the original in the file cabinet.
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Thanks Goonie ! This will really help my project .
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