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sounds if your tool has a loose or broken brush this is a small carbon object inside that makes motor run, dremel does sell replacement brushes for most of what they mfg. look where ever real dremel bits and tools are sold ck package back to see if your model number is serviced by this brush pack
You can change to any bit, but have to change the compression collar inside the end of the shaft. For example if the tool shaft size is 1/8" you need to use the 1/8" collar etc. Make sure you use the corresponding bit with the corresponding compression shaft size or the bit will not lock in position when you tighten the collar.
When a plug wire is replaced say on a stereo there is no hot or neutral it makes no difference which wire goes where there are instances where hot and neutral are a concern but not with a 2 wire plug that is not separated by color if you have 2 white or 2 black then there is no order just wire and go.When color is in question the wires will be colored I hope this helps.
You can go to any repair facility and buy a replacement cord making sure of the wire guage and conductor (2 or 3) what you can do is make a wiring diagram and remove the old cord and holding the cord about 10 inches from end pull one wire at a time and if there is a break it will pull out to confirm your suspicion. Let me know if you need any more help and if I have answered your request would you please rate this response accordingly and thank you.
On either side of the switch is a black disk with a notch small enough for a small screwdriver. Unscrew it and take it off to expose the spring. Gently pull the spring out and the brush should be attached. If you encounter resistance, then you may disconnect the spring from the brush. If this happens then push the spring back in and hope you catch the brush; if this does not work, then get creative or take the whole thing apart to get to it. After that, just put the new brushes in and recap.
I have a Dremel 395 Type 3. Motor works fine, shaft doesn't turn.
Took it apart to find that the white plastic or nylon flex coupling on
the shaft had crumbled and the spline driver, which fits directly over
the motor end of the shaft was somewhat worn. I emailed Dremel and got
an overnight reply listing the 2 parts I need and the cost: Coupling is
$1.00 and the driver is $1.25. Placed order by phone: 1-800-437-3635.
I ordered 2 of each in case future replacement is needed. Total bill
came to $7.27 including Florida tax and shipping. Can't beat that.
They said it would be in the mail by tonight. (Flex coupling number is
2615294309; spline driver is 2615294308.)