What should I do if the wood shavings Block Press machine is not running when connected to power?
With the extension of time of use, the Nick Wood shavings Block Press machine
often has the following problems, and it is unable to power on when bridging. Under normal circumstances, you can check and repair by yourself. First, check whether the power socket, plug, and power cord have fallen or broken. If not, you can plug in the power to test the machine. When the motor is energized, it does not roll, and the machine can be turned when the motor is powered At the time, it can be concluded that the capacity of one of the two starting capacitors of the machine failed. In this situation, only a new product is required. Another situation is that the wood chip Block Press machine
does not work when it is energized. It can work when external force is applied, but a weak current noise is heard in the motor, which is caused by the slight leakage of the starting capacitor. If the current is too loud and the motor cannot be started, it is determined that it is caused by the short circuit of the starting capacitor (the short circuit of the motor coil needs professional repair). In the absence of professional equipment, first remove the capacitor, separate the two leads and insert them into the zero and front jacks of the mains to charge the capacitor, and then remove the two leads to short-circuit the discharge. If the discharge spark can be observed at this moment and there is a very loud "pop", it means that the capacitor can be used; if the spark and noise are weak, it means that the capacity of the capacitor has decreased, and it needs to be replaced or added a small capacitor. If the capacitor has been damaged and short-circuited, this method cannot be used, and it can be corrected by replacing it with a new product of the same standard.
The above is the tips for solving wood chip Block Press machine that does not run when connected to power. If you encounter other problems in use, you can always contact our after-sales staff at 86-29-86031588.