If you, for some reason, damaged the pad on your orbital sander, it's not the end of the world. The pad can easily be replace by just locating and removing the screws on the sander. Once that's done you can easily screw a new one in without much of a fuss.
So if you need some help, check out this tutorial to see what tools you might need and how to do it. Enjoy!
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