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(hedge trimmer blades do not move back and forth. have lossened the blade screws,replugged unit back on and still no blade movement.motor is making a noise liked it is jammed.there is no material between the blades to cause a jam. HELP. (Black $ Decker 22" Elec. hedge trimmer #HT22D Type 1)

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  • fellerT Oct 29, 2008

    hedge trimmer blades do not move, makes sound like it is jammed, nothing in the blades, have unplugged and replugged unit in

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You know what the problem is. it the motor magnetic ring that is
broken. it also called stationary parts of the motor.

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