When the Motor Runs Hot, Part 2

When the Motor Runs Hot, Part 2

Here are three more factors that could be causing you trouble.

Following your repair procedure, you found your motor runs far too hot. In Part 1, we identified two external factors that may be causing this. Here are three more factors that could be causing you trouble.

Contaminants. Windings that are coated with dirt or grease are actually coated with a thermal insulation layer. Use an approved method for cleaning the windings in situ. To find out what methods are approved, contact the motor manufacturer. An incorrect method may d

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