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Not sure of the manufacturer. Maybe some indication, the manual says to take it to the nearest Ryobi repair center for repairs. 

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2 hours ago, Gene Howe said:

Not sure of the manufacturer. Maybe some indication, the manual says to take it to the nearest Ryobi repair center for repairs. 

Is this the one,Gene, is it a 5",or 6" disc?

 

http://www.powertools.com-affordable.com/sanders/tacklife-random-orbit-sander-prs01a-classic-variable-speed-2-8a13000-opm-orbit-sander-with-12-pcs-sandpaper-80-180-grits-6pcs-each-5-inch

 

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It's a 5", Herb. Didn't see a 6" listed. All my other ones are 5" so my supply of discs limits me to 5". Don't sand very large pieces, anyway.

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1 hour ago, Gene Howe said:

It's a 5", Herb. Didn't see a 6" listed. All my other ones are 5" so my supply of discs limits me to 5". Don't sand very large pieces, anyway.

It was listed as a Tacklife 6 on Amazon, but I see now that it is a 6 speed 5" ROS.

Herb

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/Sandpaper-Performance-Collection-Decoration-PRS01A/dp/B074GMPBVZ?SubscriptionId=AKIAILSHYYTFIVPWUY6Q&tag=duckduckgo-ffnt-20&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&creativeASIN=B074GMPBVZ

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It supports to polish for presicion jobs if with right accessories.

Chinglish? :rolleyes:

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The manual is not Chinglish. Their ad writers and tech writers went to different ESL schools.:D 

Do you polish your precision jobs? :blink:

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Good review Gene...never heard of this name brand but worth the look.

Best thing is it comes in a plain brown wrapper so wife wouldn't a new tool arrived.:lol:

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