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An awesome team of students from our education program made this wiki. Make sure the Dremel is plugged in Before you try anything else make sure that the device is properly plugged into a working electrical socket. Brushes get clogged up Sometimes particles of dust or whatever you are working gets caught in the brushes of the device.
You will need to disassemble the device and clean the brushes. See our guide on how to do so. Dremel MultiPro Carbon Brushes Replacement Stator wires not making contact with the connector Sometimes the stator wires will cease making contact with the connector.
Fixing this will require disassembling the Dremel in order to get to the stator wires in order to reconnect them to the connector.
Dirty motor Before tearing your device completely apart your dremel motor could just need to be cleaned with some rubbing alcohol. Bad Switch If your Multipro still is not running after you have cleaned it with rubbing alcohol the problem could be that your switch is bad. If this is the case you will need to go into your device and remove the old switch and replace it.
See our guide to do so. If this is the case please see our guide on how to remove the motor and check it for problems. The carbon brushes are worn out Located on the either side of device are blue caps. After many hours of usage of the tool these brushes tend to get worn out. Fixing this will require taking these caps off and replacing the brushes.
There is a burning smell coming from the MultiPro A foul burning odor comes off the device while it is running. Dust build up Sometimes, if you are using the MultiPro on something that creates a lot dust, like dry wall, then some of the dust can get trapped in the tool itself and cause a burning smell. The easiest solution is to get a can of compressed air and spray it into the openings on the side of the device in order to force the dust out. Carbon brushes need replacing Located on the either side of device are blue caps.
Once this happens, sometimes it produces the burning smell you are smelling. Repairing the device, if this is the problem, requires replacement of the motor shaft, see our guide on how to do so. The lock pin and spring wear out The lock pin located toward the front of your Dremel MultiPro is the button you push when you need to change the bits on your router. Over time, the lock pin and spring will eventually wear out and the pin does not fit into or go into the hole in the rotating shaft.
When this happens, you will need to replace it. This requires you to disassemble and reassemble the device.
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