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Error Code at HAK and LTK

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Post time: 2013-4-27 12:25:25 |Show all posts
Dear all,
I have a problem with Cptronic,
when the press is on, INIT test appear some FFFF blinking at all 8 dempening units in HAK, and LTK is FFF5 blinking too.

Every things in my machine is good except Dempening units is not run

I saw, if have a mistake in HAK, all dampening units and pile is not run but in my machine the piles can up and down.

What the reason? I haved changed board another machine for my machine in HAK but the phenominon is still?

Post time: 2015-7-24 21:07:34 |Show all posts
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Post time: 2013-4-28 03:18:02 |Show all posts
Dear all, i have meet other error, it sign error at EAK 03, EAK 12 are FFDF, i knew EAK controls INPUT/OUTPUT signal,
Any recommend for me!

Post time: 2013-4-28 01:37:51 |Show all posts
Hi yesh,
I have excutived as you said, Now My machine okie

Thanks!

Post time: 2013-4-28 00:22:15 |Show all posts
Ok let's do it as follow,
Switch ON the machine. You will see INIT-TEST-7 errors as you said. On this page, left hand side in the middle of the display, you can see two signs which are like a "WRENCH". these signs are for service purpose. Choose second sign and follow as I had explained before. You should reach to "Configuration menu" easily.

Good luck

Post time: 2013-4-27 22:31:13 |Show all posts
Hi, thanks all of you and special for Mathew
i have exchanged plug from suction tape blower to suction at feeder so The problem has done,

Thanks again!

Post time: 2013-4-27 21:21:40 |Show all posts
Okie, i have checked all connection and all it is good. i have unplug and plug all agian too.
Now error FFFF blinking that is still at INIT-TEST-7 ( HAK02-HAK03-HAK04 )? ???

About "tastfuβ", the result is Service push button is connected to X38 on TVK board!

Post time: 2013-4-27 19:40:33 |Show all posts
I still believe one motor is not connected. What is happening when you are pressing the Service button? If you could reach to this page, you can check which motor is not connected. But if "tastfuβ" is appearing, it means somebody has connected this push button to Heidelberg Service button. Open up CPTronic module, then check if Service push button is connected to X38 on TVK board or not.
if you have any more question, do not hesitate to ask me.

Good lock

Post time: 2013-4-27 17:53:14 |Show all posts
You're in way over your head, nguyen.  First, turn off power and "reset" (unplug and plug back in, no need to remove) all boards, this to re-establish pin connections.  It sounds like  you have a bad LTK500 power supply, along with possibly other issues.

Post time: 2013-4-27 16:47:41 |Show all posts
Dear Mathew,
i have tested motor, that is good and LTK does not appear error code FFF5,
Now, in Cptronic appear HAK - 02 ; HAK - 03 ; HAK - 04 in INIT TEST_7 is FFFF
I do not understand, in service code FFFF is not mistake?
So what problem? any susgession for me
thanks?

Post time: 2013-4-27 14:56:33 |Show all posts
Hi Mathew, in service of cptronic , having a word "tastfuβ" ? what mean?

Can you explain more detail " go to service 2, ..." in aboves?
Thanks!

Post time: 2013-4-27 13:48:50 |Show all posts
Ok let's do it as follow:
When you have FFF5 for one specific motor, it means there is miss or bad connection. At the left side of the flashing error there is number which the motor code. Go to service, choose service 2 and then find Configuration button which is showing by 123 ( 3rd bottom from left side) then find HAK board configuration. You can find the motor code up there and you can easily find it on the printing unit. If this machine is coming from 90s, check also Suction drum motor at Delivery.
Good luck.
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