Old 04-01-2011, 01:50 AM
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It appears that your motor is missing the spacer washers which position the rotor relative to the stator. You might try removing the retaining ring or collar from the rear of the motor and pull the rotor and shaft out of the motor. Usually there are one or two spacer washers on the shaft that keep the rotor moving too far back and contacting the mounting flange. While you have the motor apart you should also check to make sure the mounting flange is securely attached to the stator (inside part where the wire windings are).
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