Ok, I admit it, I'm a packrat and save anything I might possibly use
in the next 30 years. I just trashed out an electric edger that had a
good dc motor. The motor just looked at me with those sad brushes and
said "save me". Now what can I use it for? And what are the
advantages of a dc motor vs an ac motor?
AC comes into a bridge rectifier attached to the motor. The output of
the bridge goes to the motor. I am assuming that is a DC driven motor,
but with no apparent way of varying the voltage. Constant torque for
Your statement is unclear. Did you trash it as you said, or is it
You're going to have to come down to the station and make a statement.
If you can't afford counsel, one will be appointed for you.
But this is serious, so you have no right to keep silent.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Appliances
Regional Enforement Agent
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