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I guess this is one of those dumb questions, but when you had the locomotive broken down and manually turned the gears to rotate the motor and encountered the bind. Why at that point didn't you just continue and remove the motor?

I mean that way there wouldn't be any question as to whether it was the motor causing the bind.

Then if it turned out to be the motor, is the motor made so as to preclude disassembly? Just to see exactly what has gone wrong with it, and determine if there was any chance to effect a repair.
 

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Thanks for taking the time to respond to the dumb question. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/hehe.gif:D

Glad that you found the problem and it turned out to be something that you had replacement parts for already on hand.
 
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