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I came into possession many of K-50's where the seller told me it needs a new motor. I dropped the motor from the unit only to find that the hears where so gummed up from lack of maintenance that the motor just could not start up. Three out of four units just needed a good cleaning, the fourth unit did need a new motor due to it over working with all the grim and gunk. It still ran good and strong, I just had to give it a spin since the start up circuit was bad.