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the contact cleaner should be the same stuff.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote pattirose Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January/29/2006 at 4:33pm
OK - I'll go pick it up. This stupid humidifier has been working for 24 hours now, I scraped more crude off the discs/knobs that the drum rotates on and so far so good. I'm gonna wait till it quits again to take apart the motor cause I'm kinda worried I might wreck it.
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well then dont take the motor apart. the brushes are spring loaded and when you pull it apart they pop out. if you dont know how to put an electric motor back together, its a real pain. unplug it and spray it down real good to get any grime out of the motor as best you can. then use some light oil on the ends of the motor shafts to lubricate it and put it back together.
but if its working fine, just leave it alone.
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Thanks Don.
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Buy a hygrometer (some house barometers have them inbuilt) to evaluate stage of moisture, considering moisture parts are proportionate to heat range. If your shop has too low a moisture then a dish of water or a soaked fabric can solution this. As a beginning determine something like 50-60% comparative moisture seems to be ok.
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