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Reduced RPM and smell smoke

After reaching max rpm, it begins to slow down and can smell electrical smoke.

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Could be electrical problem, (brushes burnt, armature grounded or bearings starting to seize up) I don't think that I would use it till the problem is fixed. Could cause or create more expensive repair. Let me know and I will try and help

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