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Intermittently will not run when trigger pulled, juggling and turning shaft let it run. Is it brushes, commutator, or speed swithch. This is Hitachi DS14dvf, about 5 yrs old

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Probably switch--try spraying electronic contact cleaner into it with the small tube.

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How to Use A Commutator Stone


A commutator stone is used to remove carbon build up from the commutator of a motor or alternator, which is created from worn brushes. The commutator is the internal part of the motor or alternator that spins and makes contact with the motor or alternator brush.
BE ADVISED: The dust created from cleaning the commutator is a carbon dust. Use caution when removing dust so as not to inhale.
If servicing the motor or alternator without removing from the unit, be sure to disconnect power from the machine.
To remove the carbon build up from the commutator, first remove the brush from the motor or alternator. Insert the commutator stone into the brushes place in the motor or alternator. Apply slight pressure against the commutator stone and by hand, slowly turn the motor or alternator shaft. As you are turning the shaft of the motor or alternator, the commutator stone cleans away the carbon that has built up on the commutator.
Use a vacuum hose to suck out the dust debris or tip the motor/alternator over and allow the carbon dust to fall out.


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Think you need to replace the motor brushes. As they wear they get shorter and the spring that pushes them up against the commutator is now at the end of its travel. Replace brushes or stretch the spring a tad.

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there is always going to be some sparking between the BRUSHES and the commutator. if it is excessive and loud or is really heating up the housing, there could be a crack in one of the brushes, the brush might be chipped or unevenly worn, or the brush holder itself may be burned cracked, or otherwise need to be replaced. they may LOOK okay but need to be pulled out to really know for sure sometimes. there is a small set screw in the housing that holds the brushholder in place.

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what about the brushes. even if they arent worn completely down they sometimes will not have enough pressure on the commutator tabs to keep the tool running. if it works better upside down or sideways that is often an indication of faulty brushes. the springs that hold the brushes against the commutator may also be weakened to the point that they don't properly force contact. you may also have burned or blank spots on the commutator/armature.

try new brushes and make sure the associated wires arent broken, pinched or otherwise damaged. also clean the commutator with a polishing cloth or very very very fine sandpaper, being careful not to scratch, groove, or otherwise damage the tabs. also, the bearings that fit in the housing to stabilize the armature may be worn or seizing, which will cause the armature to move erratically and/or bind.

if all of these things have been done, and the problem STILL exists, then probably the motor itself (armature/field) is breaking down. the brushes and bearings at least are probably in stock at a local tool repair shop, and of course all parts can be purchased through hilti.

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