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Hi I'm a newbie to the forums so hi to everyone. Hope someone can help just received bearings for a ELU 96e router and replaced ok ,but have lost paper I jotted down the wiring for the electronic controller there are 2 browns 1 red and a blue. Hoping someone out there can help a silly old s**

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This sounds like one for Phil to answer. Welcome Roy.

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Hi Roy and welcome from the UK!

There are 5 connections which go to the speed controller. When viewed from the underside with the mini-spades to the left there are two browns which go to the leftmost pair of spades, two reds which go to the rightmost pair of spades NEAREST TO THE OPENING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SPEED CONTROLLER and a single blue which goes to the rightmost outside edge spades (doesn't matter which one, they are connected). I'll try to get a picture of this, but as I'm having digital camera problems at the moment it could be a couple of days!

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Hi Roy and welcome from the UK!

There are 5 connections which go to the speed controller. When viewed from the underside with the mini-spades to the left there are two browns which go to the leftmost pair of spades, two reds which go to the rightmost pair of spades NEAREST TO THE OPENING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SPEED CONTROLLER and a single blue which goes to the rightmost outside edge spades (doesn't matter which one, they are connected). I'll try to get a picture of this, but as I'm having digital camera problems at the moment it could be a couple of days!

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Thanks a lot phil would be great help, only prob seem to only have one red!
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Thanks a lot phil would be great help, only prob seem to only have one red!
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There should be two, or at least there are on the one in front of me. One comes up from the rear, left side of the motor ("front" being the side with the "Elu" label), the other comes from the small circuit board at the front of the motor. This one is a model MOF96/02 typ 2. What's yours?

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There should be two, or at least there are on the one in front of me. One comes up from the rear, left side of the motor ("front" being the side with the "Elu" label), the other comes from the small circuit board at the front of the motor. This one is a model MOF96/02 typ 2. What's yours?

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Hi Phil
Found second red must have pulled it down when I removed on/off switch to remove circlip. Router now works but variable speed not so good think probable old pole piece(bit missing). I ordered new one with bearings but lose on shaft will try some loctight. Once again thanks for your help

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