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Versión actual por: Sam Goldheart ,

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Hi!
 
The small 6V brushless DC motor went wrong. I had the same issue.
 
You can replace it with one from a PC DVD reader (this is the door opener motor). Shaft is smaller but it's ok, diameter is good.
 
I used a disassembly instruction from here:
 
[http://www.bot-thoughts.com/2013/03/furby-disassembly-part-1.html|Disassembly]
 
Be careful with clips, use a small screwdriver and push the fixing inner parts. With this you can avoid the damage.
 
You need a solder iron as well to replace electronic part from DC motor.
 
NoNow my daughter's Furby is working again!
NoNow my daughter's Furby is working again!

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Editado por: szabot79 ,

Texto:

Hi!
 
The small 6V brushless DC motor DC went wrong. YouI had the same issue.

You
can replace it with one from a PC DVD reader (this is the door opener motor). Shaft is smaller but it's ok, diameter is good.
The small 6V brushless DC motor DC went wrong. YouI had the same issue.

You
can replace it with one from a PC DVD reader (this is the door opener motor). Shaft is smaller but it's ok, diameter is good.
 
I used a disassembly instruction from here:
 
[http://www.bot-thoughts.com/2013/03/furby-disassembly-part-1.html|Disassembly]
 
Be careful with clips, use a small screwdriver and push the fixing inner parts. With this you can avoid the damage.
 
You need a solder iron as well to replace electronic part from DC motor.
 
No my daughter's Furby is working again!

Estatus:

open

Editado por: szabot79 ,

Texto:

Hi!
 
The small 6V brushless motor DC went wrong. You can replace it with one from a PC DVD reader (this is the door opener motor). Shaft is smaller but it's ok, diameter is good.
The small 6V brushless motor DC went wrong. You can replace it with one from a PC DVD reader (this is the door opener motor). Shaft is smaller but it's ok, diameter is good.
 
I used a disassembly instruction from here:
 
[http://www.bot-thoughts.com/2013/03/furby-disassembly-part-1.html|Disassembly]
 
Be careful with clips, use a small screwdriver and push the fixing inner parts. With this you can avoid the damage.
 
You need a solder iron as well to replace electronic part from DC motor.
 
No my daughter's Furby is working again!

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: szabot79 ,

Texto:

Hi!

The small 6V brushless DC went wrong. You can replace it with one from a PC DVD reader (this is the door opener motor). Shaft is smaller but it's ok, diameter is good.

I used a disassembly instruction from here:

[http://www.bot-thoughts.com/2013/03/furby-disassembly-part-1.html|Disassembly]

Be careful with clips, use a small screwdriver and push the fixing inner parts. With this you can avoid the damage.

You need a solder iron as well to replace electronic part from DC motor.

No my daughter's Furby is working again!

Estatus:

open