Tighten the nut on it SLIGHTLY.....I had my motor go bad, but it wasn't DEAD yet....it would just fault out on me. My process of elimination to pin point that it was indeed the motor, I used dry lube on some of the joints, thinking that MAYBE they were too tight and putting too much pressure on the motor on its way in. Now that I've done that, and replaced the motor, mine were almost always doing what you described. I tightened them just a tad and they're better. Every once in a while, it gets stubborn and wants to fall down, so I probably need to tighten it just a little more.
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