Question about Dremel Drills
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Considering 220 and 110 systems have different receptacles, you worked at doing this.
Since it is already inoperable, you may as well remove the housing and inspect the guts. If you see burned traces or boards, don't bother to have it repaired.
If you see a fuse in a clip, you might replace it once, two would be the waste of the second fuse.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
The least of your problems would be a burnt out relay or internal switch which can be replaced at reasonable expense. In a worst case the motor or heating element "fried" and it'll be cheaper to buy a new dryer.
BTW 110 and 220 plugs are entirely different and a 110 plug cannot be plugged into a 220 outlet.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
SOURCE: I plugged my dremel 395
It is with regret that I must inform you that you will probably have to replace the whole unit, the field coils will have blown and almost certainly the armature - your did give it a 100% over voltage shock. The prices of the parts will be more than the cost of a new machine.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
Unless the item has internal fuse, it is burned up.
Look for product manual.
Many times, there is a glass fuse rated for unit voltage.
Each fuse has specific markings.
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
Same thing just happened to a friend of mine, he brought it to me. The transformer primary is Open Circuit, so hopefully that's all that has failed and it didn't do damage to the electronics. The problem I have now is finding out the ratings of the transformer so I can replace it with a 240V one (I'm in Austalia). The markings on the transformer don't come up with anything in google. Any idea what secondary voltage / VA rating it is?
Posted on Nov 17, 2012
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Electrically speaking there are a few items to check.
1) The easiest is to remove the two brush holders screws on each side by the power cord. If one of the screws are loose, or the bushes are worn you will get intermittent or no operation.
2) Second use a volt ohm meter to make sure you have voltage on the two brush connectors inside the brush holders when power is on. If you do then open the unit a check continuity on the motor armature to see if it is open, which will cost $13.37. If you do not have voltage, inspect the power cord and switch.
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