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Unread 07-27-2015, 10:34 PM   #11
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This has been an interesting experience. I believe that the last person that worked on this cart installed the magnet too far down the shaft and things were not working the way they should have...getting the left over steel ring from the old magnet turned out to be impossible even with the motor pulled and on the bench. So I pulled the rear cover and pulled the bearing and the left over ring all at the same time with a bearing puller. Replaced the bearing with a new one and properly installed the new high speed magnet so it was flush with the end of the shaft. Took the time to blow out all the brush dust (carbon) and used anti-seize on the splines. It is always a challenge to get the bearing retainer screwed back together but after you do a few and have a long screw to pull the retainer up and get the short screw started things go together rather quickly. That's my report for any others thinking about doing this repair. Had the magnet center ring not been driven down the shaft so far it would have been a very straight forward repair job.
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Unread 07-27-2015, 10:37 PM   #12
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It's always better to do it the way you did it even though it's harder. It makes me feel better about the job when all the carbon dust is blown out and things are just cleaner.
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