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Инструкция по эксплуатации Woodstock, модель W1814

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Lift the cover off and set it aside. 4. Vacuum all dust and debris from the motor and belt areas. 5. Inspect the cutterhead belt for proper tension, straight alignment, and possible damage or wear. Note: The belt is properly tensioned if it deflects about -W when you press down on middle of the belt with moderate pressure from your thumb or forefinger. The belt is properly aligned if it lies flat and straight on the motor shaft and drive pulley. Belt damage will be evident on inspection. 6. Loosen the four motor mounting cap screws (see Figure 46), but do not remove them. 7. Replace a damaged belt with a new one. Realign and re-tension the belt. 8. Tighten the motor mounting screws and replace the motor cover. 9. Test run the jointer. Repeat this procedure if necessary. If repeating this procedure does not solve the problem, call our Tech Support. Figure 46. Motor mounting screws and belt locations. To replace the fan belt, do these steps: 1. DISCONNECT JOINTER FROM POWER SOURCE. 2. Remove the motor cover, set it aside and check the belt for damage. Note: It is highly unlikely that this belt will ever be misaligned or out of tension. If it is, the jointer needs to be serviced by a qualified technician. Call our Tech Support. 3. If the belt is damaged, put one end of the new belt on the fan pulley, then fit the other end onto the drive pulley. 4. Replace the motor cover and secure it with the screws. -30- W1814 Owner's Manual (Mfg. 10/08+) SHOP FOX* Motor Brush Replacement This jointer has a universal motor that uses carbon brushes, which are considered wear-items. Refer to the troubleshooting guide to determine if the motor brushes must be replaced. You can order a new brush kit (two brush assemblies) by calling customer service and ordering part #X1814124-1. To replace motor brushes, do these steps: 1. DISCONNECT JOINTER FROM POWER SOURCE. 2. While facing the rear of the jointer, tip it away from you until it rests on the fence assembly. 3. Remove the screws that hold the motor cover to the jointer base. Lift the cover off and set it aside. 4. Vacuum all dust and debris from the motor and belt areas. 5. Use a dime to unscrew the brush caps. (See Figure 47 to locate the brush caps.) Note: When you remove the brush caps, a spring will pop out of the socket; the carbon brush is firmly attached to this spring. When you buy a new brush kit you will get a pair of brush/spring assemblies. 6. Check the brushes for wear. If a brush is worn to less than 3/32" in length, replace both brushes. 7. Insert the brush assemblies, positioning them so they slide into the slots built into the sockets, then press the brush cap against the spring, push it into the socket, and turn it to lock it in the motor housing. 8. Replace the motor cover. Figure 47. Removing a motor brush. 9. Test run the jointer. — If the jointer runs properly, you are done. — If the motor does not start, either the brushes are not correctly aligned in the sockets or there is another problem with the motor or wiring. Refer to the Troubleshooting section for assistance. -31- SERVICE SERVICE W1814 Owner's Manual (Mfg. 10/08+) 110V Wiring Diagram ▲WARNING! SHOCK HAZARD! Disconnect power before working on wiring. I Neutral -32- W1814 Owner's Manual (Mfg. 10/08+) LSI I OP FOX-; Troubleshooting This section covers the most common problems and corrections with this type of machine. WARNING! DO NOT make any adjustments until power is disconnected and moving parts have come to a complete stop! Motor & Electrical PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION Machine does not start or a breaker trips. 1. Safety key removed from ON/OFF switch. 2. Plug/receptacle is at fault or wired incorrectly. 3. Power supply is at fault/switched OFF. 4. Lockout key is at fault. 5. Motor brushes are at fault. 6. Motor ON/OFF switch is at fault. 7. Wiring is open/has high resistance. 8. Motor is at fault. 1. Replace safety key. 2. Test for good contacts; correct the wiring. 3. Ensure hot lines have correct voltage on all legs and main power supply is switched ON. 4. Install/replace lockout key; replace switch. 5. Remove/replace brushes. 6. Replace faulty ON/OFF switch. 7. Check for broken wires or disconnected/corroded connections, and repair/replace as necessary. 8. Test/repair/replace. Machine stalls, is underpowered, or is overloaded. 1. Wrong workpiece material (wood). 2. Cutterhead belt slipping. 3. Plug/receptacle is at fault. 4. Motor brushes are at fault. 5. Motor bearings are at fault. 6. Machine is undersized for the task. 7. Knives dull, feed rate is too fast depth of cut too great. 8. Motor has overheated. 9. Motor is at fault. 1. Use wood with correct moisture content, without glues, and little pitch/resins. 2. Replace cutterhead belt and re-tension. 3. Test for good contacts; correct the wiring. 4. Remove/replace brushes. 5. Test by rotating shaft; rotational grinding/loose shaft requires bearing replacement. 6. Stop operat...

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