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Sounds like it burnt slap up! My suggestion is to check the Makita website for the closest service center and give them a call. Some manufacturers have a guaranteed repair price for any given tool, they'll either fix it or replace it with a reconditioned tool for that price. Dunno about Makita.

Sorry to hear, my old 3612 from the '80's is still running with only a few sets of brushes and one bearing change.

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