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Still having start up problem...

I removed the motor and had it tested, the guy blew out the dust and put power to it and it ran, no problem. I brought it home and hooked it back up and it worked. What could cause an intermittent start up problem like this? I'm worried that I will put it all back together and have the same problem again...any help would be appreciated!

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  • mzambakk Mar 12, 2008

    Finally fixed! I jumped out the door switch, ran the motor and wiggled the connector, sure enough the motor stopped and I noticed a small spark inside the connector. Tightened connections, goog to go for now. Thanks for all your help!




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???? got me. coulda been a build up of lint around the copper windings, although the motor starts on the bench under the tension of belt perhaps too much?. and if there was that much lint built up in and around it I would look into reventing, or at the very least cleaning out your vent system

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