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Once you have disassembled the motor and pulled the armature from the field windings you will need to have an ohm meter. Set the meter to OHMS and then touch the red lead to the winding lead on one end and the black lead to the winding on the other end and if the windings are still good you should be a 0.00 reading or very close depending on the resistance. The reading should be close to the same as touching the red and black leads together. This means that there is a complete circuit end to end and the winding is not broken. IF the meter does not give you that reading you will have a broken winding.
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It could be your armature bearings need to be cleaned and repacked with grease or heat has caused the windings of the armature (shaft with wire coil attached) to wrap and needs to be to be rewound. Worst case is the armature shaft could be bent. You will have to disassemble the motor to get an Idea what the problem is. Clean the bearings and armature and look for contact rubbing on the armature and magnets. Check the shaft for balance and shaft straightness.
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