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We have a swisher T10544 and need a replacement motor, cheap...its older and the new motor we had bid locally was more than we spent for the brush hog originally...any sugestions.

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SOURCE: Motor Brush for older model Filter Queen

Is there a Johnstone Supply in your area? How about an ACE Hardware. A vacum repair place? Sewing machine repair place?

If you have the data, ACE or Johnstone should be able to help you. Don't discount other electrical supply places. You will not get help at a big box place.

When I Googled "Filter Queen parts", I found lots of places on the WWW. There must be something close to you.

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SOURCE: spin brush will not spin

There is a plastic rod that sticks out of the back of the spin brush, this makes all of the brushes rotate. The motor would need to be replaced if it was not turning on anymore. this doesn't sound right...?

I think it is just a broken piece of plastic on the block brush which will need to be replaced.

You can find a schematic and the parts you need on this link

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Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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SOURCE: Dyson 17 Brush Motor not working. I was an idiot

I am so sick and tird of this happening to me- it seems like the sammlest things cause my brusj motor to stop. It has happend 4 times, 3 of which were covered under warrenty and cost $80 in shipping to have fixed everytime!!! I am now out of warrenty and refuse to pay that kind of money for a machine that was alreaydy over priced. So I would love to know if you found an answer to your question...

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The E30 code on Hotpoints means the motor isn't working. This can be due to a failed power module, worn motor brushes (very common on heavily used machines) or a failed motor fuse (usually caused by a worn motor armature). Sometimes it's a failed main circuit board, but this would normally be indicated by other erratic behaviour which you have not described, but it's still a possibility but is the least likely cause.

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Do I need to do anything special when replacing the brushes in a lamb ametek 117500 motor? It looks like I can just remove the old brushes and insert the new ones. Is it this simple? Will the motor work again? Thanks

Hello,
I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. Make sure they are the right carbon brushes for your particular lamb motor and once you have installed the new ones then there is a seating chalk that you place against the armature to help seat the carbon brushes, you can pick up the seating chalk @ your local vacuum cleaner store or contact Lamb / Ametek listed below. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions.

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