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Center of plastic motor housing melted away at end of shaft. Have there been any recalls for this problem?

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If there were any, there is now no company to honor them as they have gone out of business. Some parts are still available from various dealers, but it takes some serious web searching to find them (the parts, that is). Good luck!

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