Question about Black & Decker Blower Vacuum Mulcher 1 Ea
Last Fall, my Black & Decker leaf blower stopped working abruptly. By bypassing the two switches (main & safety), I confirmed that the motor was working perfectly. So, it had to be one or both of the switches. Being the procrastinator that I am, I waited until now to order new parts.
I just received the order today and noticed that the new main on-off switch pictured above has a wire connected to one of the switch end terminals. The old one does not. The power wires were connected to the available terminals on the on-off switch (bottom and 2nd. from top terminals), which completed the circuit.
On the new switch, this wire is connected to a terminal which is connected to another component (resistor?). So, what do I do with this extra wire?
go to www.dewaltservicenet.com. Put your model number in the site and it will come up with a parts list and diagram for your blower.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
SOURCE: My motor brushes at end
Try Platt Electrical supply - 800-257-5288 (Platt.com) BLACK & DECKER #89754-01 REPLACEMENT BRUSH. It seems the entire motor head was manufactured by DeWalt and is now obsolete. I don't know if these brushes will fit, but someone there may help.
Posted on Aug 31, 2011
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