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Invacare-meteor transaxele 1423709 Serial.No.07 0503D00 Where can I buy replacment of carbon brushes for this model
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try looking for a power tool repair shop, they usually have some brushes and can order more. I have put Hoover brushes in my Shop-Vac.
Look for some that are close to matching,( spring size,spring length, brush length). If the brushes are a little large they can be made smaller by dragging on a flat file. Carefully fit them so they slide into the brushholder nicely.
I have even soldered different ends onto the pigtails, whatever works----I am a pragmatist!
You could also look for an electric motor repair shop in your area- they have suppliers.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Hi Lane - here is a link to a few sources for carbon brushes. http://www.pronto.com/user/search.do?displayQuery=brushes%20for%20motors&SEM=true&query=brushes%20for%20motors&adid=s-20070803-64608-85461_gs&ref=brushes%20for%20motors&creativeid=3500605965&site=
please rate my answer as very helpful. thanks Jo
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
Just go to the Clark tools site & brushes can be bought on-line & sent to you.
Here is the link for you. Best of luck Ian Wallace
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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Hi Lane. What happened to your old brushes?
Be carefull fitting different brushes to your machine. If you do, make sure that the brushes you use are also for a 24 volt DC motor. Different voltage motors have different types of material used for the brushes, they can damsge your commutator if you use the wrong ones.
If you find some that are slightly to big, it is Ok to carefully file them down to size.
Contact a local service agent, they often have used brushes that still have a bit of life in them.
I often use brushes from one brand in other brands of machine, and have used brushes as well, but we are probably too far away in New Zealand.
Good luck. Neil.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
Since these are special made electric motors, you are going to have to go back to the dealer that sold you the machine and have them order the parts (brushes) for you. The PDF file for these scooters are found at:
page 6 will give you the parts number.
If you are mechanically handy(I suppose so as you intend to replace brushes), then you may want to try a maintenance trick first of all. Generally these brushes are are not used up in a DC motor, but fail due to the carbon build up on the armanture of the motor shaft or the wear of the brushes have become so concave that they are making only slight contact on the armanture. If you can, pull the end off of the motor and lightly clean the armanture contact. Clean with some alcohol. Then examine the concave of the brushes, and using an emery board file the points of the arc in the brushes so that you change the deepness of the arc, bringing the center closer to the contact. re-assemble and test.
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
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