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Road Breaker GHS 27 is not working to full power, very slow! any help would be welcome,thanks Nigel

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If the motor is running slow then check the plug as it maybe wired with one of the supply wires going into the earth pin of the plug ( giving the machine only 55v )
also if you can get someone to test that your getting a correct supply to it ( 110v)
failing that a change of brushes often helps .
http://www.islandhirecentre.co.uk/docs/spares/B10201.pdf

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