Alright, I've given that a touch with the wire wheel on the bench grinder. And I'm just going to go and get this where I want. Dig it out from the floor. Alright, this piece next, commentator. This pinch, can you see that? The V shape, it’s ready to pinch it up. So the old one, you just get the pliers in between and, pliers with side cutters. Pinch it in between, that’s it. That’s loose. Very careful not to snap it, fine little copper, and it runs into the windings. That’s that one. Ooh, a little bit aggressive. That’s out. So that isn't even a soldered connection. Nice big pair of malgrips. The pinch isn't tight enough. Okay. That looks it won't get out by force. So, we’ll give it a helping hand with the adjuster. No, I think I have to find a smaller chisel. Alright, it’s disintegrating when I pull it off. But it doesn’t matter because we got a new one. There you go. Super. That’s that. There's a little piece of insulation there to stop the wires touching anything that it shouldn’t be. I think I'm just going to use that shaft dock in the wire wheel to clean the glue off of it. We have to clean that because the back end of that sits in the bearing. So, where the new one? Here we go. That’s just a push fit, there's a serrated edge at the bottom to help it grip. So get it down and get it lined up from the word go. That looks good to me. Now where's the nice big socket again to fill the top of that? Sitting on the bench already. Okay. Alright, that’s that. Push the wires back across nicely into that little grooves. You see that in the camera? Okay. Pinch them up. Side cutters. That should be that. I’ll give it a little go with the pliers to make sure it is pinched. Appears to be. Same in the other side. Put that down into the slot. Pinch it. And pinch the connectors back up.