Started by Edstrom, 11:24, 26 March 19
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Quote from: mjj on 11:12, 29 June 19Answering questions 2 and 3 myself: I ended up scrapping all the rubber remains with a cotton bud and IPA, I don't think that black crap was being useful anymore. And I think the correct sleeve position is where the tiny leftover part of the nylon sleeve is now, as seen in the photos below:
Quote from: Bryce on 10:44, 10 February 22The pressure on the shaft was achieved with the nylon, not the magnet and the nylon is now cracked, so it will never grip again on its own. The way I have fixed this was to assemble it pretty much like in the third picture (all in place but pushed towards the spiral). Then I just covered the metal in superglue and quickly pushed the Nylon and Magnet over the glue.
Quote from: Bryce on 10:44, 10 February 22One further tip: When you look into the motor housing, there's a metal spring at the end to keep the shaft in place. There will be rubber residue on this that needs to be cleaned off. I think the motors originally had some sort of o-ring at the end, which has disintegrated much like the drive belts do.
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