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The motor is situated rear centre of the machine. It's best to remove it, either tip it back, ensuring it's stable and supported or remove back panel for access. Brushes are located on either side of the motor.
Remove the lower back cover, check to see if the belt is o/k.
If belt o/k,then remove the motor and check the brushes in motor..
If less than 3 or 4 mm long, then they need to be replaced.
Hope this helps .
check if plug is loose on motor,in the general area where the belt was changed has anything been disturbed,cables i mean?,sounds like the motor brushes may be worn(this would cause motor to stop),they are situated 180degrees apart at one end of motor,they are easy to change,there is a spot at brushes to put a screwdriver in to remove brushes-hope this helps
you will need to remove the motor, Isolate the supply by unplugging the machine, remove the rear panel, slacken the motor fixing bolts, remove the drum belt, now remove the motor bolts and drop out the motor, un-plug the motor connections.
The brushes are at the rear usually housed in plastic one on each side, disconnect the single wire and carefully remove the housing (2 torx screws), taking care not to break or loose the brush as it is spring loaded,a typical new brush will protrude 30-40mm from the housing a worn brush will be much shorter 8-15mm and just make contact with the motor commutator. replace if necessary, check the comm for wear, refit in the reverse order.