Apologies I forgot to post something to the list last week...
I think it was Dean, who fancied having a poke at it, looked to see that it
appeared to be in order mechanically and electrically, and with my support,
plugged it in..
And then I forgot to post the fact to the list.
I may have a look at the control board as penance.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Eugene Nadyrshin
Thanks for taking a look Adrian.
The filter PCB had an insulating sheet (similar to the one in the control
I've checked the pot itself and it worked fine, there is something wrong
On 20/10/12 19:55, Adrian Godwin wrote:
> Plug fuse had blown and some tracks on a filter pcb in the rear box.
> I repaired the pcb and added some insulating material : however, this
> This then got back to the state Mentar describes : on switching on,
> However, the speed controller is reasonably complicated.
> It's probably worth checking the pot more thoroughly, then
> It may be the same board in the small mil : testing with this could be
> On Wed, Oct 10, 2012 at 2:14 AM, Eugene Nadyrshin <menta...@gmail.com>
>> On 03/10/12 11:35, Eugene Nadyrshin wrote:
>> I believe these are the similar to:
>> might need to sand them down a bit, should be easy (famous last
>> I've ordered a set! ETA 9th of October
>> On 03/10/12 10:31, Nigel Worsley wrote:
>> it's the C1-X1-BRUSHES we need. They had them then, but now they're
>> No, the lathe is a C2 not a C1. It looks like the brushes are the
>> If the measurements on that page match the old ones then order the C3
>> As for the uneven brush wear, bear in mind that this is a DC motor.
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