No impressiom trip on 3302

Discussion in 'Ryobi Printing Presses' started by Bill Hardwick, Feb 22, 2020.

  1. Bill Hardwick

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    I recently acquired a 3302 i have ran these for probably 15 years. The one i have was built in the mid to late 90's. when it powers up it will feed paper but it will not kick on impression and obviously the counter doesn't kick on. One thing I noticed yesterday was the continuous counter isn't on. Any suggestions? Does anyone have a R22 punch they would like to donate to a church print shop?
     
  2. Jack liston

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    Hi Bill check the spring on the selinoids there is a long pusher rod that pushes on impression selinoids if spring are wearing you might get problems you need to take off front cover turn off the power first also clean out the sensors under the cylinders good luck
     
  3. Bill Hardwick

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    Already cleaned all the sensors when I was oiling and lubing the press. I also changed the sensor on the feed table the one on there was cracked. I have 2 0f these presses. One for parts. There has to be something not allowing the the continuous counter not to work also. I am thinking they might be connected. There is a battery that controls that. I have no idea where it is. I don't have a electrical manual they want to much online for one.
     
  4. Warren Peace

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    Have you tried bypassing all of the sensors?
     
  5. Bill Hardwick

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    No I haven't that might be a little too much for me to try, besides i don't even know where they are located.
     
  6. Warren Peace

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    I'm printing as I'm typing this so I was able to send you a pic. Turn them all off and if it works then try turning one on at a time to see which one is bad. (if a sensor is even the problem.) Hope you find your problem.
     

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  7. Adekunle smart

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    Please open the main panel,then check the small panel beside transformer it have 4 clip to the panel so each clip served for the 4 sensors,please lose the panel out and check if there bridge or burn on the panel you let me know then I will tell u what next
     
  8. Bill Hardwick

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    I tried that still the same. No counter and i assume no impression.
     
  9. Bill Hardwick

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    everything thing is fine inside the panel.
     
  10. Adekunle smart

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    Ok then,please check the sensor wire maybe it have cut somewhere,if not you have to change the sensor.
     

  11. Bill Hardwick

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    I was finally able to solve this problem, The sensor has 4 wires to connect it I only had 2 of them connected. A friend of mine who works on digital electronics found the problem and fixed it. He knows nothing about presses so he didn't know till the next day when I came in and turned it on and run some paper through and the counter was working. BTY this is the sensor on the feed table . So i am now setting everything else up to print.
     
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