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Duo-Art Electric Motor is Overheating
By Nigel Perry

I am not sure that this is relevant to Roger's problem, but I once
decided to earth one of these motors, as being a "safe" thing to do.
Some time later, I went back to that area to adjust something, and
found that the motor was too hot to touch!

I un-earthed it, let it cool and all was well. Indeed, it is still
running happily 10 years later.

Best wishes
Nigel Perry

 [ Inside the motor is a short-circuit (fault) from the wiring to
 [ the case.  Not safe, not a happy situation.  :-(  -- Robbie


(Message sent Wed 28 Feb 2007, 07:37:08 GMT, from time zone GMT+0100.)

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