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Bosch csb 550 re

Problem with reverse mode

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SOURCE: replacing carbon brushes of csb 500 re bosch drill

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.

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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