It is not managed by iFixit staff. this piece is on the other side of the device, and has two deep screws. Reply. Where do i put the spring thats about an inch long as when i goto replace the roller, Mike M - you can add to this if you know how to disassemble it from here and have a press to put it back together after you are done. Spring (54) sits vertically in a hole of the plastic base support (32). Now, use the right tool to make it tighter or looser. If you zoom in on the parts diagram, you can actually see this tiny notch in the base support just to the left of the spring. This is the (partial) disassembly of a SKIL Model 7313 Belt Sander. Wide Belt Sander Visual Defects 1) Chatter Marks. half of the handle is part of this cover. Accessibility, if you need to, remove the wiring from the motor. Remove the screw on the very top of the device (side with SKIL logo). When chatter marks appear, many jump to the conclusion that there is something wrong with the abrasive, but that’s not always the case. © 2020 iFixit — Licensed under Creative Commons — Privacy — this is where i had to stop, i do not have a press. To solve the belt sander won’t track the problem, please follow the steps below. Choose a size and copy the code below to embed this guide as a small widget on your site / forum. Chatter marks are consistent, even lines that can appear on a workpiece after being run through a wide belt sander. Take the belt sander, and you’ll see the belt sander tracking knob on the side of the roller. Making it tight or loose will adjust the tension of the belt. this has six screws, for some you need to look a little harder, and some are out in the open. Too much typing can decrease the life of the belt. To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order. This is difficult for some people, don't be surprised if you cant get it out, ESPECIALLY if the gears are rusted. 02/15/2018 An awesome member of our community made this guide. Terms — It puts a small amount of pressure on the metal plate of the roller (844), from underneath the metal platen of the belt surface (48). This was made for a school project at AHS called "iFixit Teardown" This is the disassembly of the Model 7313 Belt Sander by Skil.