Problem with the perfector error on Heidelberg 52-2 P year 2002 - need a manual

Discussion in '1-Color and 2-Color Offset Presses' started by Pressystem, Aug 21, 2013.

  1. CHOCK

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    Send me Pic for to see the Cptronic that you have: Modular or compact
    in that way is different for to help you
    Waiting his Pictures.
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  2. Mohamed osama

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    Hi Shock
    I am sorry that I have mistaken actually I have cp tronic no cp2000 and I will send to you all the necessary pics .. As for the steps I am goona do it any. As for SSK1 and SSK2 because I ordered them from Egypt and I received just SSK1 and now i am waiting for SSK2 therefore I am confused and Iam not sure if losing one of them is a causing of my problem. But anyhow I will stick to your steps.
     
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    I sent to you the pics to your email .. Check it and tell me if you need more
     
  5. CHOCK

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    Well i can not Identify the number of Boards
    Will be a great Idea if you take Pic to ID pLATE from the Cptronic that you have,
    in that way will be very easy. But i believe that you have cptronic Compact.
    You must do the same thing , that steps i did mentioned before, with this schematic Diagrams
    Will waiting the PIC, for Reconfirmation o.k?
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  6. Mohamed osama

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    Hello dear Mr shock
    Regarding to my problem with sm 52 5p cpc co tronic .. actually I cheked the power supplies NTR , NTK and as well gsm .. and all the components is checked .. as ametter of fact I followed your steps above carefully .. even I checked the hydraulic pumb , the air lines and the hydraulic lines but evry things is fine ...
    I only found out there was a open fuse .. f10 .. and it is always open .actually it's line 20 Ac. . I followed the line using multimeter .. I found the line ended a soket SSA 3 eventually finished in short circuit with SSA 2 .. therefore the fuse always brake down ..so I'm so perplexed and need help.
    Thanks
     
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    What will happen with this petition THAT I DID BEFORE?
    Will be a great Idea if you take Pic to ID pLATE from the Cptronic that you have,??
    Will waiting the PIC, for Reconfirmation o.k?
    Otherwise , will be difficult to help you.
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  8. Mohamed osama

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    OK...
     

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    I found out that there was a device doesn't work in the proper way it has green and red lights and they never flash. I check the circuits of this device which it has relation to the sensors reversing system. I just want to be sure if it's normal situation if they don't flash. I attached some pics for more details.
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    What will happen with this petition THAT I DID BEFORE?
    Will be a great Idea if you take Pic to ID pLATE from the Cptronic that you have,??
    Will waiting the PIC, for Reconfirmation o.k?
    Sir you do not Understand, sorry
    I can Not help you.
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  11. contractor

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    Mohamed i told you previously the problem with your sm52 you have a fault in perfecting mode and you need to put it back to straight print mode then do a calibration run or fix any sensor problem you may have. l have done this job many times it has nothing to do with your circuit boards. The red and green lights are sensors to synchronize the reversing cylinder to the storage cylinder. If you don't know how they work i wouldn't touch them as you may make it worse. This sort of work as i I previously said is done by experienced heidelberg techs. It is way to complicated to fix over a forum. Even in person it may take a while to fix by someone who understand the procedure.
     
  12. CHOCK

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    Proceed as indicated by my colleague Contractor.
    Good Idea.
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  13. Mohamed osama

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    Hello .. actually when I turned the press manually the circuit boards worked and I figured out that the bords related to synchronization. Any how it would be appreciated to let me know the way to sort out of my problem . Because of your experiences it's easy to do I just want to know the procurement in details no more no less
    Hello...
    Actullay when I turned the press manually the circuitboard worked , and I figured out it has relation to synchronization . At the matter of fact I want to sort out of my problem anyhow and by any means, so it would be appreciated to guide me through the steps of the procurement . In view of your experiences it's easy to do .
     
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