Observations

  • Has there been any reports of any air leaks?

  • have you Identified the area of leak before isolating the power and/or air?

Safety

  • Electricity - Have you Isolated the Power? (LOTO)

  • Have you discharged any stored/potential electrical energy?

  • Compressed Air - Have you isolated the compressed Air?

  • Have you discharged any stored/potential air? (LOTO)

  • Have you filled out as LOTO check sheet?

  • Is there sufficient lighting in the area?

Preparation

  • Confirm The Serial Number Of The Machine S/N: 319 C0500077?

  • Do you have all the relative tools, consumables and checking equipment to perform the service?

  • Are you wearing all the required PPE?

  • Do you have a safe working area?

Running Maintenance

  • Remove belt cover and clean in and around the housing.

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  • Have you cleaned in and around the belt housing?

  • Check tension and tighten. When too loose ‘screeching’
    noise can be heard and will also damage belt

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  • Have you checked the Belt condition and tension?

  • Use threaded bolt as the ‘tensioner’.
    Bolt is positioned between motor and frame.
    This must be done to both blade motor belts.

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  • Clean out PC area, removing any dust and debris with a vacuum

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  • Have you cleaned the PC base unit housing?

  • Retraction switch must be inspected

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  • Is the switch in a good condition?

  • Check the guard Sensors, and clean around the area.

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  • Guard Sensor Tested Working OK?

  • Check all fixings, Sensors and Solenoid Fixings and Clean around areas.

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  • Fixing and sensors inspected, and tested working ok?

  • Loading profile arms must be inspected for operation and
    solenoid leaks
    Rectangle/arrow denotes arm and movement to inspect for
    clean operation.
    Circle denotes solenoid specific for each arm, you must
    remove the cover plate to expose. Check for leaks and
    fixing.


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  • loading arms inspected and tested working ok, with no signs of leaks?

  • INFORMATION
    Profile ARM 1: In this case we removed the faulty coil and
    used the new coil onto original body.
    Profile ARM 2: Used 2nd spare coil as this arm solenoid
    was also leaking.
    SAP1007098 QTY.1

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  • CLEANING THE SAW AREA - Remove left Saw cover and remove blade and clean out.
    Clockwise to tighten.

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  • has the saw area been sufficiently cleaned?

  • Remove flanges and clean like new!!! Vibration is usually
    generated here when even small markings are on the
    flanges.

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  • Has this area been well cleaned, and is free from damaged?

  • Have the grease points been full lubricated?

  • Check Lubrication at both nozzles in saw area.


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  • Lubrication okay?

  • General Cleanliness of machine - blow down and vacuum any part of the machine, to ensure areas are free from swarf and contaminations,

    Example

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  • has the machine been full cleaned and is free of swarf and other contaminations?

General House Keeping

  • Has the area around the machine been fully cleaned?

  • Are the cleaning shadow boards populated?

Spares & Consumables

  • If Spares & Consumables have been used, have you emailed stores with a complete list for replenishment?

Finalisation

  • Has the service been completed?

Comments

  • Anything else to report?

  • Note

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