Tray interlocking spacer
for the platen of the 4D single-brush sander
The tray interlocking spacer is a part used to facilitate the attachment and release of the accessory platen (such as polishing pads, abrasive discs or brushes) on the sander. This interlocking spacer is usually placed between the plate and the sander's interlocking mechanism.
The platen spacer ensures that the platen is precisely positioned and locks securely into place on the sander. It also makes it easy to quickly unlock the platen when you need to change accessories. Using the interlocking spacer, you can lock or unlock the platen with ease, without the need for additional tools.
As for when to consider changing the chainring interlock spacer, here are some signs that it may need replacing:
1. Difficulty engaging or disengaging the tray: if you have difficulty using the engaging spacer to engage or disengage the accessory tray, this may indicate that it is worn or damaged, which may compromise the secure engagement of the tray.
2. Physical damage: if you notice any cracks, deformation or other physical damage to the interlock spacer, it is probably time to replace it to avoid any problems securing the tray.
3. Excessive play or looseness: If the interlock spacer has excessive play or does not lock properly in place when in use, this may be a sign that it is worn and no longer working properly.
4. Unsatisfactory performance: If you notice a significant drop in the effectiveness of the platen lock or if the platen seems unstable during operation of the sander, this may be due to a problem with the interlock spacer.
If you experience any of these problems or suspect that the platen interlock spacer is faulty, it is recommended that you contact Repex Floor Customer Service to diagnose the problem and replace the interlock spacer if necessary. Make sure you use genuine Repex Floor spare parts to ensure perfect compatibility with your single disc sander and to obtain optimum performance.
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