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  1. Using a flat head screwdriver carefully push the gray bar backwards.
    • Using a flat head screwdriver carefully push the gray bar backwards.

    • Open it like a suite case as there where hinges aligning with the flat underside.

    • It should pop up fairly easy

  2. The blue line corresponds to how the plastic should align
    • The blue line corresponds to how the plastic should align

    • The red arrow shows where it has broken.

    • Picture 2 shows the remainer of the plastic speed regulator

    • There is a diode(black), a safety capacitor(white), another capacitor(blue) and a coil

    • The white capacitor is an KNB1530 MKP-X2, 0,022uF, rated for 275VAC

    • Use kapton tape or some other, thin heat resistent, low friction and electrically isolating tape.

    • By merging the two broken pieces and putting one piece of tape(I used 8 cm to make sure other parts will hold) on each side of the broken area.

    • Apologies of no picture of the result.

    • Make sure the spherical cable holder is in place(obviously not like in the picture)

    • Use the same methodology as for dissasembly, let all parts stay in the left shell-piece

    • Align the two shell-parts with an 90-degree at the flat bottom as there where an hinge there

    • Do not use much force, this proceedure should be smooth, so be paitent

    • Latsly, push the gray speed-dial area back with a small flat screwdriver to let the last gap dissapear

    • I did put it on a heat resistant non flammable surface, set the speed controller to zero.

    • Plug it out

    • Repeat the first step but with the speed controller set to something else

    • Mine spins better than ever! (Or maybe I was just exicted)

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