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No power I checked for replacing the two brushes at the rear, but took cover off and no brushes there?

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How to replace brushes on a classic 6 1200


Disconnect the power
disconnect hoses
lay machine on it's left side
remove back cover screw and cover
slip belt off pully
unplug motor wires
undo bolts holding motor
pull motor to rear of machine
revome motor to bench
locate brush housings
undo retaining clip and slide out old brush
fit new brush
replete with other brush
reasonable in reverse of removal

Oct 04, 2014 | Bosch Washing Machines

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No final spin


Take the power plug off the wall. Be prepared for a lot of water before attempting the following. It doesn't spin because the unit is not draining water. It will not spin with water in it - must drain first. Check drain hose for kink,check exit pipe for blockage. Remove the front access panel, bottom front, screws beneath; if you find a hose there with a cap -this is for draining water. Could be your "coin trap assembly" is blocked, therefore not allowing all the water to pump out. Remove the clamp (or unscrew) that connects the trap assembly to the pump and clean it out.


Coming the second aspect if the above gives no result:
Perhaps you need new carbons brushes for the motor. It is a fairly straightforward repair. Remove the top cover, screws at rear, and slide top cover off towards the rear. The motor is located at the top right right rear, you will see the drive belt. Slacken the bolt that holds the motor, and push the motor down towards the top of the drum. You will see the 2 brush holders, they will be either black or white, pull the wires off the holder terminals, and depress the plastic lug that holds the brushes in place, slide the brushes out of the motor. The length of the brush should be at least half an inch long or replace. Fit new genuine carbon brushes, and follow instructions on packaging. Push the leads back on to the carbon terminals. tighten up motor, and make sure the belt is reasonably tight. Test on final spin before you refit top cover.
There are very gud videos on YouTube to guide you.
(Spares can easily be located on this very site - Fixya)


If helped pl click so.

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Scooter is about 6 years old. Light to medium use on pavement. Batteries about a year old. Problem: It looses power intermittently. Some days scooter work fine. Other days not very good. It seems like...


ahs could be the brushes they are pretty easy to check. On the rear of the motor should be 2 access screw covers carefully remove them and slowly remove each brush. if they are worn more than halfway I would replace them. Now I have seen your problem caused by dirty or worn speed pot. The speed control pot is fairly inexpensive to buy and easy to replace. If you have an ohm meter you can ohm it out checking for erratic meter movement as you slowly turn the knob. you should get a smooth increase or decrease in the meter as you turn the pot up or down. Hope this helps you

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How to replace band


Make sure vacuum is unplugged. Lower handle and place vacuum on floor so you can see bottom of power head. Examine the power head to remember what it should look like when finished. Unscrew the four screws (Phillips screwdriver). Lift off cover. Lift out brush. Remove belt from brush and motor shaft. Place new belt around motor shaft, then around brush just prior to reinserting brush. Make sure the belt is placed correctly. Reinsert brush in slots. Rotate manually toward motor a few time to center the belt. Replace cover and screws. Tighten securely. Check cover to make sure it's properly secured.

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2001 toyota corolla blower motor not working at all


first check the fuse if ok check the pulg on the motor for power and ground.if ok remove the motor and the rear cover off to check the brushes.either replace the brushes or put in a new motor.

Jul 24, 2009 | 2001 Toyota Corolla

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Motor seized


Check www.searspartsdirect.com to see if part is available.  Parts diagrams are also there so you can see how it needs to come apart to be repaired.

May 20, 2009 | Craftsman 10" Table Saw

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Brushes on whirlpool awm5125


Remove rear cover of washer, remove belt , and undo any bolts that you can see that secure the motor in place, unplug motor, and remove same
You will fnd the brushes located at the opposite end to the motor pulley.
Replace as req'd.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

Jan 15, 2009 | Whirlpool AWM5125/1 Front Load Washer

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Generator dose not produce power,just stop working.


Check the rectifier board installed under gen cover that powers the brushes. This board has a capacitor about 1 inch long and 3/4 inch dia. If the capacitor looks swollen or burned replace board or carefully remove cap and replace with similar. You can use a larger capacitor with same rating, just tie cap to rear cover. Also check the condition of the brushes. Parts are not too expensive. Check with jacksmallengines on the web for parts. enjoy

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Vacume brush won't turn but belt is not broken


The belt is probably stretched and won't drive the brush roll. Also check the brush roll, the ends should turn freely, if no, then replace it also.

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