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Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 08:53:01 +0000
From: Grunff <>
Subject: Re: faulty window motor

Nutmegger wrote: >>Remove the whole mechanism, strip it down, clean it, lube it, >>put it back in, and it will work - I promise. > > > Really? > How about on a 9000? > Oh...just read about it in the other post. > Over engineered....I'm not touching it! The two things that often break a 9000 mechanism are a rusted up motor (easy to fix, much like a 900), a broken cable (not easy to fix, but doable), or a broken part of the mechanism frame (usually straightforward). The best thing to do is to open it up and take a look. -- Grunff

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