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Old 11-12-2017, 01:51 PM   #1
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I'm a painter of 30 years . I picked up a 2012 nova 390 the other day that needs a motor?Nova model: 826084 /motor part# 249040, I searched the web and new motors are $370 , anyone know of someone that rebuilds these motors? they seem like a very simple motor. If not ill keep watching the for a parts machine that goes up for sale and maybe pick one up that way.

Motor does run but will start to smoke after 10 sec of run time, could bad brushes cause a motor to smoke?

such a nice looking machine gotta bring it back in a cost effective way.
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Old 11-12-2017, 02:20 PM   #2
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I’d check with some local paint suppliers to see if they can recommend someone in the area for repairs. Hopefully the cost of fixing won’t exceed that of a new one.
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the ole 'magic smoke'. Coils are over heating burning the insulation. If you keep running it hot you will short the windings and make a nice paper weight. Replacing brushes and Motor rewinding is sort of fallen out of fashion but I would look around your area for an old timer electronics/equipment repair guy.
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Thanks I got a few companies in town that do electric motor repair, rewinding.
going to check tomorrow. Weird thing is had a buddy call me today and said his graco was smoking .
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Thanks I got a few companies in town that do electric motor repair, rewinding.
going to check tomorrow. Weird thing is had a buddy call me today and said his graco was smoking .
He needs to tell it breaktime is over and it's time to get back to work.
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