[DML] Window drive questions
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[DML] Window drive questions



Hey guys,

my window drive failed a few days ago. I took it apart and
found, that something is braking the gear and motor.
motor itself runs OK (have it here at work on the bench, 
power supply up to 20Amps available).
as soon as I put it back together there is a point once 
per revolution of the gear, where the whole thing moves a bit.
seems as there ist something between motor axle/drive and 
the gear. Tightening the two motor screws may stop the motor 
from running at all at this special position.

Has anybody ever opened the gear / bearing system of the 
window drive ? maybe the bearing has a problem, but I 
don't see how to open the housing without destroying it
so that I can put it back together in the end.

I know I have to buy new window drives, but I want to reinstall
it until I have the new stuff.

Any help is appreciated. Looks like this is something
where Bill's R. creativity could be helpfull.

Thanks,
Elvis & 6548


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