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    Default Cut motor rebuild

    Wondering, can you send cut motors in to LHR, have them rebuilt and returned to you? I have two or three that need to be done.
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    If you buy a new one and then return your old one, supposedly they will give you money back ($40?) for the old one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    If you buy a new one and then return your old one, supposedly they will give you money back ($40?) for the old one.
    Not any more..
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    They do credit you for rebuildable parts you send in. I got a whole box full of parts I just never sent back. I'm trying to save up enough to buy a new machine with refunds from parts haha. Anyway, $185 for a new cut motor just is a little pricey for me, gonna have to really need one.

    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    If you buy a new one and then return your old one, supposedly they will give you money back ($40?) for the old one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dehrlich View Post
    They do credit you for rebuildable parts you send in.
    How does that work? We have been lead to believe that the rebate process for parts has been discontinued.

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    If the cases are good (not cracked or broken) I am sure there are people on here who would be willing to buy cut motors. There are probably other parts you may be able to sell as well.

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    I have a cut motor from my parts machine and I'm wondering if there's a way to power on it's own. You got the white and black power wires and then the plug in for the computer. I wonder if I could just hook up the power by itself.

    The square drive flex shaft fits right onto my heavy duty square drive Fordom hand piece.



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    In order to test cut motors I have hooked the white and black directly to 110 power, it will work this way but only at one speed. Make sure the motor is clamped or held down.

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    So if I wire it up to a chord straight to the electrical wall outlet it will work right? I know that the small wall plug prong is the positive or white and the large prong is the negative (black).

    Should that work.

    I have a motor speed dial plug that I've used for other stuff would that work on the motor. I wouldn't start so fast if it is usable for that.

    Yes I would secure the motor.



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