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If it is unidentified, I am curious as to why you think you can get brushes. You need to know the make and model. If it is obsolete, then it is the end of it. No one supports it anymore. You cannot get parts anymore. Buy a new one. You could try buying a set of brushes from another model that are larger, and carefully filing them down to fit. I have manage to get this to work sometimes, but to be honest it is not worth the time and effort and is only worth doing if the tool is very valuable as it takes lots of time and patience. Buy a new one.
well the hammer could work for a month or a minute. on a bright note normally when a starter is going out on a ranger you can save yourself a lot of money by fixing your starter rather than buying new. the common problem with them is that the brushes inside the starter wear out. these brushes are easily replaceable. once the starter is out look at the backside of the starter and you will see 2 small bolt heads. these bolts come off to expose the inside of the starter and the first thing you will see inside is the brush assembly. the brushes can be removed (the wire coming out of the starter is part of this assem). i'm not sure if they are so;d at autozone, etc. but most areas have an auto electric shop that can get the brush set for you for a fraction of the price of a starter. hope this is of assistants!
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.
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indesits dont have carbon brushes they have a module which controls everything to your tomer if this is faulty or your timer then its not worth doing too much in money to replace get a hoover or candy same machine just ones the uk model and the other is the us model dont go for hotpoint though because indesit own hotpoint now and there changing the carbon brushes to modules which is a big mistake alot dearer to replace then the carbon brushes but maybe thats why there doing so customers have to buy another washer check the price by going to indesit customer support web site but i always keep customers away from indesit due to that module some hotpoints are still the carbons but some arent cheaper to buy a slight damaged from a washer repay shop they usually have damaged at a fraction of the price save at least £125 per washer or buy a repossed one may off been used at the most 10 times nothing wrong with them and you will save £200 plus m8