Treadmill Motor Rebuild Includes the Following:
Armature testing: test for shorted windings by a bar to bar electrical resistance ohm test. Test for insulation breakdown by 1,000 volt hi-pot, and a 500 volt megger test. Check shaft for straightness.
If windings pass the above tests, the armatures’ commutator is turned, undercut and polished to return the armature to its original condition, within .002” out of round. The reconditioned armature is checked for proper balance and rebalanced if needed. If the armature does not pass the above tests, you will be notified if rewinding is needed and if there may be an extra charge.
Magnets are checked for magnetism and chips or cracks are repaired.
Brush holders are tested for insulation leakage by 1,000 volt hi-pot and 500 volt megger tests.
Motor bearing journals are inspected and machined if needed
Bearings are replaced
Brushes are replaced
Motor reassembly and testing
Cleaning and painting
Pricing reflects cost of parts available at time of last service.
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