Thanks for sharing this handy-dandy How To!
I've been inside countless electric motors (these particular units are some of the cheesiest!) - and just wanted to mention that you'll occasionally find a sort of "helper" inside to reinstall the brushes. Sometimes they provide a little hole near the face of the brush holder, towards the commutator end, so you can load the spring & brush and insert a pin or piece of stiff wire to keep it in place for assembly. The clockwork-type springs can usually be wound tighter and pulled outward until they wedge the brush against the side of the carrier, until you're ready to let it slide forward. If you'd rather use a non-violent alternative on brushes which don't offer much help (like these), a couple of cheap twist-ties can save you a lot of grief. Nice fresh ones are found in every box of trash bags... one wrap around each brush carrier does the trick, and they're easy to slide out when everything is going back together. (On this window motor I used a popsicle stick to support the armature just below the commutator, then I removed the ties just before letting it fall into place)
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