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What can cause a motor to burn out in a machine that is only 2 years old.

The control panel has to be replaced and it tripped the circuit breaker.
Repairman has been out 8 times so far and we will be getting a new motor and a new control panel. Can power fluctuations cause this type of problem?

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Hard to say.  There are a lot of issues that can cause this.  Let the repair person take care of it.

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