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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would bet the arm ("ring assembly") is either worn or warped from heat? and is not meshing well with the motor shaft or glass tray.
That is part number 4351W1A003A and you can get it for only $6.30 (compared to over sixteen via Sears) from Tritronics.
The motor is part # 6549W1S018C and if it's the culprit, you can get that for $24.84 from Tritronics, compared to almost thirty-two from Sears.
You should look again and see how loose the arm is on the shaft and which might be worn or warped or out of perpendicular. I think that one of these is the problem.
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Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Here's the solution to this problem...
Remove the rollers and run the Roomba and see if the problem goes away. If so, here is the solution to the problem...
Each roller has a little yellow cap on one end. Pull this cap off (it should come off easily) and remove the crud that is wrapped around the "axle" of the rollers. The crud keeps the cap from going far enough down on the axle, essentially making the roller longer. This causes the roller to get into a bind and results in the roll-thump-roll-thump-roll problem. Once the crud is removed, replace the cap, replace the roller (notice how it drops in easier now?), and enjoy your Roomba again.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
SOURCE: SMPS Fan not rotating fully
you can check that how much time you spent with the SMPS if it is more then 2-3 years then change it because it is damaged in 2-3 years and after changing then also not work then you go to mechanic and checked your motherboar
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
If tool hammers brushes still good. Motor runs hammer action.
Take hammer/ drill switch lever off by removing small plastic plug in center with small screw driver.remove indicator handle off by removing #8 torx screw and lightly pry off. There is a pin and spring that lock tool into hammer or drill.Check for broken spring or binding spring and pin.If binding , clean and grease.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
SOURCE: Turntable does not rotate
Well it seems that there is some fault in the turnable motor, turntable system consists of the motor and coupler, turntable support with rollers and the tray.
I have a video link to help you more on this -- how a turntable motor should sound when you rotate it by hand... please follow the below link -
If motor grinding... etc., it means you may have a bad motor or plastic coupler.
Post further comments if you need more help....
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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