Blue wire...


Blue wire...

Author
Message
dccharacter
View Quick Profile

Forum Guru
Forum Guru (53 reputation)Forum Guru (53 reputation)Forum Guru (53 reputation)Forum Guru (53 reputation)Forum Guru (53 reputation)Forum Guru (53 reputation)Forum Guru (53 reputation)Forum Guru (53 reputation)Forum Guru (53 reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 9 Years Ago
Posts: 1, Visits: 15
****o everyone. I used my 4000 to cut a hole in a very dusty material. After several hours of cleaning my place, I decided to clean my Dremel as well - it looked awful. So I disassemble it, clean all of the inside, assemble back and just before I screw it together, I see a wire (a blue wire with a metal Pi-like connector on it). Not connected to anywhere. And no visible place to connect it. I spent a few hours more looking for a picture of a 4000 open, to check - where does it fit, in vain.



So, again, there's a PCB with three wire going to the engine - two of them (black and red) go to the coil tinies (don't know how they are called in English), and the third one, the blue one is very short to be connected anywhere.



So I'm asking for your help. This wire looks to me like an overcurrent protection, but... I just don't know and I don't want a guess to finish my dremel. Could you please either clearly identify where it should be connected to or just post a pictore with the all-connected insides?



Many thanks in advance for your help!
phiphers
View Quick Profile

Forum Member
Forum Member (49 reputation)Forum Member (49 reputation)Forum Member (49 reputation)Forum Member (49 reputation)Forum Member (49 reputation)Forum Member (49 reputation)Forum Member (49 reputation)Forum Member (49 reputation)Forum Member (49 reputation)

Group: Forum Members
Last Active: 8 Years Ago
Posts: 1, Visits: 12
i think i could help... that square shape metal on the tip of the blue wire goes on a slot carved on one of of the sides of the brushes, on the plastic carcase, you will have to sneak it trough some plastic and screw, watching not to mess with the round metal that spins on the back... then put the brush on the top of it, i too had that issue for some minutes, it seemed the only place for it



good luck!


Reading This Topic