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Delta disc and 1" belt worled yesterday, not today. I turn the switch on and the disc "twitches" and the motor hums. I can turn the disc by hand so it's not jammed. Belts are good. Any ideas???

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The motor has lost its polarity it uses magnetic electric polarity to turn around. the fault is just as bad as a burned out motor you could have the motor rewound but it would cost more than the entire unit..

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