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hi try potts in derby babbington lane ,very help full

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Bosch 2604320913 Carbon-Brush Set


No If the saw is running the brushes must be working. Maybe the front end grease has dried causing too great of load on the motor. if not the motor must be defective (lost a winding in the feild) don't know how much you paid but unless its worth is greater than $150 I sugest buying another

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the motor carbon brushes need replacing which is a most difficult job to get the cleaner disassembled. Brushes are easy to fit if You have replaced carbon brushes in other appliances etc..
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Lee in Australia

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Motor smells hot after 5 minutes. Brand new exhaust filter turns black


First - stop using the machine! The black material in the exhaust filter is carbon dust from the carbon brushes in the motor. The fact that the motor quickly smells hot and is shedding so much carbon indicates that the carbon brushes are worn to their limit (or damaged). They need replacing. Don't use the machine again until the new carbon brushes are in place or you risk causing irreparable damage and will be in line for a costly new motor. Carbon brushes are usually not expensive but, depending on your expertise, you may need someone to fit them for you.
You don't tell us the make or model of your vacuum so that's about all I can say. Good luck.

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How to change carbon brushes


You need to know that very seldom will new carbon brushes alone `FIX`a motor in todays vacuums as they are higher RPM than those of 30 years ago.
On a salvageable motor a good rebuild procedure will generally include repacking bearings, cleaning suction fans and reseating new brushes with an abrasive seating stone at low speed with a motor run in device with variable voltage

That said, I have not done a HENRY in years but it likely will contain a generic AMTEK Lamb type motor as it is sold as more durable vac.
On a traditional vac motor, carbon brushes are removed by releasing a clamp over the brush. The brush holder will have either a flag terminal on it where the wiring will disconnect from the side, or a flat flag terminal which slides into a pocket on the carbon brush housing.
. If you are going to the trouble of replacing the brushes, remove and inspect the old ones for wear and chipping. Also inspect the commutator surface on the motor where the brushes contact. If there are any curved gaps between segments, or if the com is worn like an apple core , you need a motor complete.
If the motor has simply worn to the point where a brush has stuck or worn to nothing, you may be bale to reseat the new brushes, however any evidednce of BLUE sparks or noise is not a good sign . Best of luck. Post back if you need more help

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Solent Tools have a full range of Dyson brushes available. Tel 023 8057 8057. www.solenttools.co.uk

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Carbon Brushes wearing out quickly on Kirby Heritage II


4 possible reasons.
1 – one or both bearings are worn so armature (rotating part) wobbles as it is spinning and cause motor brushes to wear fast. Solution – change bearings too.
2 – Whoever replaced brushes – did not use some brush seating sticks to make cmutator smother and contour brushes to the shape of the comutator (not likely). Solution – appropriately install new set of brushes.
3 – Comutator is so warped that seating sticks do not help anymore – solution – new armature or turn the old armature.
4 – The fact that ONLY ONE brush was worn may mean that there is something wrong with the brush or housing. Maybe it could not move freely within the housing? I think this may be most likely cause it it may be a combination of all 4.Is it worth to fix? Hmm depends how much will it be. If this is 100+ - I’d say get newer Kirby for 300 ad enjoy the tech drive (Heritage does not have tech drive so it is much harder to vacuum with than the newer models)

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unfortunatly the only way you could purchase the carbon brushes is from a vacuum parts dealer directly. the brushes will most likely end up costing you close toth price of a new motor anyway. sometimes its best to just get a new motor as the newer designes rotate teh brush much faster for better cleaning.

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From what you describe, you will probably have to replace the motor. But you could take it apart and see if it just needs carbon brushes.

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