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Introduction

If you are having a problem with your device's Front motor, Here is a Step by step guide to replace a faulty or broken Front motor.

Parts

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  1. Remove the two 12mm screws from the front face plate with the PH2 bit from the tool kit. Remove the two 12mm screws from the front face plate with the PH2 bit from the tool kit.
    • Remove the two 12mm screws from the front face plate with the PH2 bit from the tool kit.

  2. Once the screws are removed pull the front face plate off. This will allow access to the belt and motor. Once the screws are removed pull the front face plate off. This will allow access to the belt and motor. Once the screws are removed pull the front face plate off. This will allow access to the belt and motor.
    • Once the screws are removed pull the front face plate off. This will allow access to the belt and motor.

  3. Lift the brush roller upwards towards you, and the brush roller should come out along with the belt. Lift the brush roller upwards towards you, and the brush roller should come out along with the belt. Lift the brush roller upwards towards you, and the brush roller should come out along with the belt.
    • Lift the brush roller upwards towards you, and the brush roller should come out along with the belt.

  4. Remove the belt from the motor mount, and then replace with a new belt. Remove the belt from the motor mount, and then replace with a new belt.
    • Remove the belt from the motor mount, and then replace with a new belt.

  5. Remove the solder from both  motor terminals. Remove the solder from both  motor terminals.
    • Remove the solder from both motor terminals.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Ashley Calkins

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2 Comments

Well done, Ashley! You might want to note that using a solder remover is helpful.

Jimbo - Reply

Where can I obtain the new motor with the plastic gear?

F V - Reply

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