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Parkside PMS 130 Palm Sander

pnbourne_at_ntlworld_dot_com
27.05.2011 - 12:19

I was looking for the contact address for the U.K. agents for this item
which I found through this site . I have found that with a lot of use the
loop securing pad on the sander becomes clogged and the sanding sheets
will
not attach properly to the base plate. I was prepared to buy a new base
plate as I use this item quite a lot when decorating for sanding down. As
a
last resort I tried brushing the base plate with a stiff wire brush and at
the moment this appears to have cured this problem so hopefully saving me
the expense. Perhaps this information may be helpful to others with the
same type of problem.
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"Dave Plowman (News)"
27.05.2011 - 14:14
In article <21144$4ddf7aad$45499b77$email@anonym;,
J8PNB <email@anonym; wrote:
I was looking for the contact address for the U.K. agents for this item
which I found through this site .

Parkside is the Lidl brand.

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Dave Plowman email@anonym London SW
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therustyone
27.05.2011 - 22:50
On May 27, 11:190am, pnbourne_at_ntlworld_dot_...@foo.com (J8PNB)
wrote:
I was looking for the contact address for the U.K. agents for this item
which I found through this site . I have found that with a lot of use the
loop securing pad on the sander becomes clogged and the sanding sheets
will
not attach properly to the base plate. I was prepared to buy a new base
plate as I use this item quite a lot when decorating for sanding down. As
a
last resort I tried brushing the base plate with a stiff wire brush and a=
t
the moment this appears to have cured this problem so hopefully saving me
the expense. Perhaps this information may be helpful to others with the
same type of problem.
-------------------------------------

this thread may point in the right direction

http://www.diynot.com/forums/viewtopic.php?tD166087

"Who makes Parkside Tools from Lidl, - DIYnot.com"

rusty





"Lawrence"
27.05.2011 - 23:17

"therustyone" <email@anonym; wrote in message
news:email@anonym...
On May 27, 11:19 am, pnbourne_at_ntlworld_dot_...@foo.com (J8PNB)
wrote:
I was looking for the contact address for the U.K. agents for this item
which I found through this site . I have found that with a lot of use the
loop securing pad on the sander becomes clogged and the sanding sheets
will
not attach properly to the base plate. I was prepared to buy a new base
plate as I use this item quite a lot when decorating for sanding down. As
a
last resort I tried brushing the base plate with a stiff wire brush and
at
the moment this appears to have cured this problem so hopefully saving me
the expense. Perhaps this information may be helpful to others with the
same type of problem.
-------------------------------------

this thread may point in the right direction

http://www.diynot.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t66087

"Who makes Parkside Tools from Lidl, - DIYnot.com"

rusty





I believe DES in Bilston are their agents. Their address, email and
telephone number are at the back of each instruction book. They supplied me
with spare parts for my patio scrubber at no cost.
DES Ltd
0870/787-6177
support.email@anonym
Try these.

Lawrence





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