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muskieboy46

Trolling motor grinding noise

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Recently my bow mount trolling motor has been making a loud grinding noise while running. I was wondering if anyone had any ideas of what is wrong or thoughts on how to fix it?

Thanks,

Trevor

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I had a similar issue with my vantage and it turned out to be a loose magnet, it wasnt broken and was glued back on and put back together.

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alright so I took it apart today. Inside the casing there was a movable ceramic casing surrounding the magnets. One of these was cracked. I looked in the manual but I couldnt find a name for it. Anyone know what it's called or how easy it is to replace?

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What is cracked is the magnet - and usually, no

matter the brand of motor, you will need a lower

unit assy with magnets attached. You cannot just

get another magnet, as these are matched N-S or S-N

poles (which must be matched for the motor to run).

If you are lucky enough to just have a magnet come

loose, it can be re-glued into place, but from what

you have described this is not the case. Sorry

for your loss.

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