Type 44 CC
tquattroguy at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 8 14:41:24 EDT 2001
I tried this. Worked for about 4hours. Then died again. NOw
it seems to be totally dead.
Thanks for the info though. I may try it again and push
--- larry leung <l.leung at juno.com> wrote:
> Don't know it it's too late, but the other kickstart that
> works (for three months for me) is to find the 90 degree elbow
> hose from the airbox to the fan motor in the plenum (under the
> cover), pull the end out from the motor end (cylindrical part
> of the airbox) and you have a direct shot to one of the motor
> brushes. You can use a screwdriver or other tool to lightly
> "punch" at least the exposed brush, and it's sheet metal
> holder, further against the commutator. It can work for weeks
> at a time until it has to be done again. Got me from January
> to late March, when I finally had time to replace the blower
> motor itself.
> LL - NY
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