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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
u can sometimes tip the washer backwards and with a torch u should be able to see the carbon brushes and the 2 star screws which hold them in undue these screws and the carbon brushes will pop out very easily for u to change them m8
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
yes the brushes do have to go in a particular direction.
imagine that the flat surface of the brush's angled end has to make full contact with the edge of the circular commutator down inside. Once you've got one brush done, the other one is inserted with its end situated in the opposite way. Like so, sort of: ----\ O \---- !!!!
hope that makes sense
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
You do not need to remove the end cap.Pull off the brush leads, and ease out the terminal ends of brushes with a pair of taper nose pliers..pull the old brushes out, take note of which way the shamfored end of the brushes are facing in the holder.
Push new brushes into holder and compress the springs as you are pushing them down, locate terminal ends into slots of brush holder.
This should help you with your problem.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
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