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Trauma plates are devices that can be added to the vest over a localized area (most commonly the mass centre of the torso) to increase the wearer's protection against blunt-trauma injuries. Blunt-trauma injuries are caused by the impact forces of the bullet against the armour, resulting in non-penetrating internal injuries, such as bruises, broken ribs or other injuries to internal organs.

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Check thoroughly for trauma spots. replace the direct drive assembly if damage is noticed.

There should be some kind of oil leakage around the drive assembly. inspect the motor as well.

If the motor is not smoking or humming, it should be fine. More than likely, it will be the drive and transmission assembly that will need to be replaced.

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