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Thread: Why can't robot motors be repaired instead ofvreplaced?

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    Why can't robot motors be repaired instead ofvreplaced?

    Just wondering because most motors can be repaired. My bot died and the slave motor is no longer available so I've been told that I would need several new motors.
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    Re: Why can't robot motors be repaired instead ofvreplaced?

    They can be repaired, it just costs more than buying a whole new motor.
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