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MY SHOP RIDER JERKS WHILE I AM MOVING,TOOK OUT BRUSH ON SIDE OF MOTOR LOOKS FINE.I THEN TOOK PART OFF END OF MOTOR HELD BY THREE SCREWS,THEN UNDONE TWO LONG SCREWS PULLED MAGNETISED MOTOR APART,CLEANED IT.WHEN I PUT MOTOR BACK TOGETHER THE RIGHT LEVER NOW GOES BACKWARDS VERY FAST,AND WHEN I PRESS THE LEFT LEVER IT NOW GOES FORWARD WHICH USED TO BE REVERSE BUT VERY SLOW.CAN YOU HELP ME PLEASE I HAVE NOT TAKEN ANY WIRES APART.

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Hello,please rate me for info with thumbs up 1 to 4.im disabled myself & i do this cause i care not for money.Please dont do anything else,you said you checked 1 brush.there are 2 & they should be a certain length plus,should slide in & out easy with the aid of the spring in each 1.there is a set out proceedure when searching for faultsWhat you need is to visit :www.alldatasheet.com. Type in -troubleshooter_2007 SHOPRIDER.pdf .You need to download this to be read in Adobe Reader as a PDF File you can save it on Adobe Reader & or print for future Ref.MAYBE PUT IT IN A POLYTHENE SLEVE FOLDER.tHAT WILL TELL YA ALL YOU WANNA KNOW.Or type in shoprider.com & b4 actually going into it ur search engine will give ya a load of links to click on look for the:PDF File in Adobe Reader.take care & b4 i forget,heres a tip anything you take on to repair,please for you take a pic with a mobile so you know exactly what was where,Colin.

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