When you first pull into the parking lot of AAA Electric Motors, depending upon your point of view, you will see either a complete dump or electric motor heaven. The place looks like it has been there for 60 years and nobody has bothered to clean anything in the last 40. There are motors and parts of motors everywhere you look and there is not one clean surface in the place. But aesthetics aside, talk to anyone who works there and you immediately realize these guys know electric motors. I rebuild old woodworking machines as a hobby, and I've taken several motors to them for diagnosis and repair. They've fixed most of them, but for one they had to deliver the bad news that the motor needed to be completely rewound. (Electric Motor Death). The diagnosis came after about 20 minutes of bench time trying to isolate the problem. When I asked how much I owed him, the service technician told me apologetically, "Nothing. I didn't fix anything." Great service, technical know-how, and something like 60-years of experience.
10610 Newkirk St Ste 107Dallas, TX 75220
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