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Mutoh 1604 err cr2 current (Sticky cellinoid)

Discussion in 'Mutoh' started by signguy7473, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. signguy7473

    signguy7473 New Member

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    Mutoh 1604 err cr2 current. Thanks to Signs 101, & the members, I received a lot help with this problem. By observation, I noticed the cellinoid "misses a beat" & fails to push down the latch by the capping station (That's where it always happens). The head then jams, & the error message appears. The cellinoid does work, but it misses a beat & sits there. It was an occasional problem, but now it's a lot more frequent. The latch assembly was been replaced, but to no avail. Any thoughts as to what cause the cellinoid to malfunction. Thank-You for your help, Tom :thankyou:
     
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  2. are you sure it is not moving. If the plunger arm from the bottom is bent at all, I have seen it randomly hang up.
     
  3. signguy7473

    signguy7473 New Member

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    Hi, DSD, Thank-you for your help. I am sure it isn't moving or even activated. I have watched it a lot. If the plunger arm is bent it is not apparent to me. Being the cellinoid does work, but again "misses a beat" I'm thinking it could be a dirty senser. I have'nt cleaned the encoder strip (AKA T-Bar) yet, although it appears ok. Mutoh said the head gets it's instructions from the encoding strip. But there also must be a senser in the head itself. I'd would clean that too, if I knew where it was. My next step is to clean what I can & see what happens. Thanks again for the help, Tom
     
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