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Old 07-31-2018, 06:45 PM
axxelxavier axxelxavier is offline
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I had the same problem - I managed to remove just a single screw normally, because they are a kind a soft alloy made. For the rest, I just used a 4 mm drill, and a electric screwdriver, to remove gently only the head of the screw. But you have to be a little bit careful, try to perforate the head of the screw in center, so the plate of the motor remain intact.
Worked like a charm.
Tomorrow i will remove all the wire, and to prepare my motor for rewinding, but first, I will watch again all the videos.

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