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    My cutting pad has torn round were the velcro is all the way round is it dead and how did it happen its a megs pad

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    They are prone to that, I've stilled used mine like it, just be careful it don't wrap off completely and expose the Velcro

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    Do you have any photo's?

    Sounds like one of two things, too much pressure or too much product

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    None of mine have done that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginge7289 View Post
    Do you have any photo's?

    Sounds like one of two things, too much pressure or too much product
    Hmm maybe too much presure only put couple dots on the pad

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc vectra sri View Post
    Hmm maybe too much presure only put couple dots on the pad
    Too much pressure will cause excess heat build up and will cause pad failure.

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    And also removing it from the panel whilst its still spinning.

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    Mine do that after a while after being washed a few times and used about 40-50 times the foam starts to break down eventually
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    Quote Originally Posted by lee gsi View Post
    And also removing it from the panel whilst its still spinning.
    That's one thing I don't do was after I washed it used it next day took it off n seen was nackerd although still use it as it still all in tack

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