heidelberg ft 36 j

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  1. pakerpakiu

    pakerpakiu New Member

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    Problem that I face is the suction coil for feeder is not functioning because there is no supply from the output board. When I press the feed button, there is response. Relay on board but no output for suction coil. Already sent out board to repair.
     
  2. CHOCK

    CHOCK Senior Member

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    Hi sir;

    What machine is that you have the problem?

    in any case you must measure the secondary of main transformer for Vac, and then test the Fuses, and see the output from Vdc, from the BRIDGE RECTIFIER.!!!
     
  3. pakerpakiu

    pakerpakiu New Member

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    Folding machine heidelberg stahl ft 36j.
     
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    pakerpakiu New Member

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    This suction valve not function .
     

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    CHOCK Senior Member

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    ok, procedure with my steps, since the power supply control the valve solenoid for Feeder, see if there are some fuse, as i did indicate
     
  6. pakerpakiu

    pakerpakiu New Member

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    Already check all the fuse is ok .
     

  7. CHOCK

    CHOCK Senior Member

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    O,K
    But you do not follow my steps;

    in any case you must measure the
    1) secondary of main transformer for Vac,

    2) and then test the Fuses,

    3) and see the output from Vdc, from the BRIDGE RECTIFIER.!!!

    4) power supply control the valve solenoid for Feeder

    Let me know, sincerely

    Blessing

     
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