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Turbo flo II
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like the bearings but uou would need to take it to a motor shop to have this done. This will cost less than the spectility tools needed to do the work.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
The bearings have likely lost their lubrication and have failed. You may be able tot find a local electric motor repair shop to replace the bearings. It really is not a diy project. However, if you can't find a local shop to do it, most folks replace the motor.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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