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removing the rubber mat will do nothing as I suggested
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After replacing the brushes in my old Rockwell belt sander there is excessive arcing between the brushes and the oommutator and the unit doesn't come up to full speed.


Did you dress the brushes to the contour of the commutator?

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If this does not reduce the arcing, then you may have an armature with a bad winding.

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Just replaced the brushes on a WE14 150 Quick 6 Grinder and sparks now come from the brushes


From my own experience.

Are the strips of the commutator smooth and flat?
(Not to insult you. The part of the armature that the brushes ride on)

If they aren't, the brushes will bounce up and down.
I put one end of the armature in a drill, and have a helper run the drill. The other end of the armature rests in the front bearing of the grinder head, which is fastened down. (To a bench) Then I use a medium tooth, (B astard) file to dress the commutator bars flat.

I also put medium grade sandpaper in-between the brushes, and the commutator surface to dress an arc on the brushes. (Turn the armature by hand while keeping the sandpaper in place)
Brushes come with a flat surface. Putting a radius on them to fit the arc of the commutator, gives them a good contact surface to start from.

Be sure the springs are putting pressure on the brushes. Sometimes the brush mounts need to be cleaned, or the brush will not slide through the mount like it should. The brush will again, 'Dance' on the commutator. (Bounce up and down)

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Brushes arc severly at point of contact with commutator. More than just brushes not seated. Comm. is round clean and looks good. Stator has been changed. Made no differance. Brushes are good.


If the brushes are long enough, severe arcing is often CAUSED BY FAILURE of one of the windings on the armature, NOT the stator.

Either an open or shorted winding will cause this. Use an ohmeter between adjacent segments to check the resistance. The resistance can vary by say, 10%, but if you find one pair that is outside that a bunch, look for broken wire near the commutator that you might repair, but beyond that, you usually have to replace the armature.

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