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Jabsco model 37010-0090 electric head. sometimes no motor run or flush when button pressed. By turning slotted shaft on end of motor , button then activates motor and flushes.

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Sounds like the motor commutator and brushes need some attention. Not a difficult job if you have been there before but it can be tricky for a novice.

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Inside the shaft there is a long piece of metal that connects to the engine and runs all the way down to the head from the engine. Sometimes, that piece of metal strips on either or both ends - as normal wear and tear and prevents and head from spinning. I hope that this is the case in your situation. If you were to remove the shaft from the motor section, inside the shaft should be an internal shaft. If the end of the shaft is rounded around where the shaft is pushed inside of the engine, well then it is stipped-out and needs to be replaced. If you inspect the other end where the head connects to the internal piece of metal and it is rounded around the end, well again that end is stripped-out and needs replacing. In summary, if either end of the internal piece of metal is rounded over instead of being flat, it is most likely in need of replacement.
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With a good model number I can provide you with a source of the replacment parts and probably what mounting hardware that has to be removed to change the fl;exible drive shaft.

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