|05-20-2015, 10:59 AM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Apr 2015
weld or solder to fix broken wire inside motor
When I was trying to fix a loose wire connection, I broke off the soldered connection, from the bolt/stud that is on the motor.
I took the motor apart and found that the bolt/stud that attaches to the inner wiring coil (not the wire to the brushes) has been separated from the head of the bolt/stud.
The wire that has detached, from the stud head, looks similar to a wire coat hanger.
My question is:
Can I have a 'welder' or 'solder' fix this for me?
Also, does the material need to be special, such as, heavy acid flux, etc.
It seems like an easy fix, but I do not own any welding or soldering equipment and do not no much about that stuff either.
It seems like a soldering gun, with the correct wire material should work, but I am not sure.
Thank you very much for your help!
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