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The magnets in a rotor have to be alternating, which will create the electrical pulses when they passes the coils.

If you have all magnets out it's easy to put them in one after another making sure the poles are swapped with each magnet.

In case of just replacing a single magnet, use another magnet to determine poles of the loose magnet and the ones it have to sit next to in the flywheel - make sure it goes in opposite of the nearby magnets.
 

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If they are ALL out, not sure.....

But as said by estevns...... if the end of the magnet you are putting in is pushed away by its neighbour, turn it around......
 
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