View single post by Keinokuorma
 Posted: Sun Apr 1st, 2007 11:07 pm
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This type of motor has no start or run capacitor.

Yes your problem could be speed control, or slightly burnt winding in the stator, or motor brushes on the fringe... but also if you can reproduce this problem, and it always works fine in certain parts of the cycle... it is very likely to be timer related in one way or another.

Let's see if other people have ideas about where to look.

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