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Remington Pole Saw Carbon Brushes
If you're Remington Pole Saw is slowing down, throwing sparks, or not starting you may need to replace the carbon brushes. Replacing brushes and cleaning commutator early can prevent damage to motor armature!
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Remington Pole Saw 8 AMP Carbon Brush
Diagnostic: Poor connection/conduction between carbon brushes and rails. Solution: Clean carbon brushes and metal rails with solvent. If problem persists you must need to expand the inner carbon brushes' coil spring from the second car.
To Short carbon brushes or the electric field is not in balance look if one of the brushes is shorter then replace the electric field but if its on both brushes the same blue and burning smell then the armature has gone , beware of the price and great differences between the kind of hammers.
Did you take a look at the carbon brushes?. Metabo has what they call Auto stop Carbon brushes. so if they are worn down they will pop away from the motor and the drill will simply not run. this happens when the brushes are basically worn out.
bosch brushes are unique. they have a spring embedded in the carbon so when the length gets too short, the spring lets go and raises the brush above the commutator and the appliance stops. you need to remove the handle partially or the brush covers and unscrew the brush holder(s) two small screws secure the brushes and holder to the appliance.