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Can anyone please be so kind as to explain how a commutator reverses current in a D.C motor? I understand what a commutator is and what it does but how it reverses the current in respect of the carbon brushed eludes me!!:confused:

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Does this help. I also havent got my notes with me, reverse brush dicurrent motor should go other way
 
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Thanks Guys!! You've been fantastic help!

Macca5668 the post explained it perfectly! Thanks
 

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