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This session will demonstrate how to set brush neutral in DC machines. Several methods, with the benefits and drawbacks of each, will be explained. This webinar includes tips for permanent magnet and series-wound machines. Included will be tips on how to recognize problems and settings that affect brush neutral, and what to check if the neutral adjustment seems higher than usual.
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This seminar will be most useful for service center and field technicians involved in the repair of DC machinery, service center managers, engineers, or anyone involved in DC motor or generator repair, as well as those who are simply looking to expand their understanding.