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Hi all,

I hope I am posting in the right space!
I have a Dyson cable vacuum that stopped working. Assuming that the motor is still okay, is it possible to reverse engineer the motor and convert it into a wind turbine that I can install in the garden?
It's just a home project, so no rush.
Will need to do the math first and I have Z E R O technical skills but 110 % enthusiasm!
Looking forward to some help and guidance

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remove the rectifier from as 70's gm alternator and it puts out A/C power too
I ran one oof a windmill for a year just to test how many light bulbs it could turn on....I was impressed
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