WD20SMZW-11YFCS0 Palmer Drive

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WD20SMZW-11YFCS0 Palmer Drive

Postby davidswa1 » 06.10.18, 04:18

Hi, I have a WD20SMZW-11YFCS0, which I believe is from the Palmer family. I'm having trouble with the motor and would like to know if anyone has a working WD20SMZW-11YFCS0 drive. If so, I'm respectfully requesting if you could please measure winding resistance from all points at the locations in the attachment and post the findings. Thanks so much, Dave
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Re: WD20SMZW-11YFCS0 Palmer Drive

Postby Amarbir[CDR-Labs] » 02.02.19, 15:33

Well,
Very Unlikely Motor Most Likely Its The Heads Stuck On Platter :thumbup:
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Re: WD20SMZW-11YFCS0 Palmer Drive

Postby Maxim_TS » 05.02.19, 17:59

davidswa1, I believe Mr. Amarbir is right. Open the drive and check the heads and platters.
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