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I have had a similar problem which is down to the motor top bearing which has tightened up. I have recovered this 2 or 3 times now over the last couple of years by a total overhaul after strip down. By far the easiest way of solving without a total dis assembly would be a few drops of '3in1' at the very top outside of the motor assy (the black plastic looking part. Not the commutator. The motor might need to be turned back and forth a few times by hand to get the oil 'in'. It should then run freely.
Posted on Oct 20, 2010
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