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    Default Deckel Aktiv DC Drive Wiring

    I'm looking for a wiring diagram and/ or some images of the DC drive
    in a Deckel Aktiv (FP3) machine to show how the DC drive is wired.

    I have a Aktiv machine with a replacement drive (non-standard) and I'd
    like to switch it back to the original drive as the replacement drive
    does not have the full functionality of the original (rapids and creep
    are missing).

    I believe the original drive was Labod GN 2 DZ with
    LG-Nr 6005 04 512 200 01

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    Nobody has any wiring/ electrical diagrams for an FP2/FP3 Aktiv machine?

    I had a CD from Wrench ages ago but I can't seem to locate it, not sure if it has anything regarding the Aktiv machines.

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    I think I have what you need, let me try to dig it out.

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    Hi Matt
    Sorry i don't have any electrical diagram, but digging in my old files, I found some old pictures I took of the inside of my FP3 Aktiv.
    I hope you find what you're after in them (please don't ask me to get back into the electrical cabinet for more pictures, since I'd have to move the whole machine and probably a little more, just to be able to barely open the door ! .

    decjkel-fp3-pj-16-.jpg
    decjkel-fp3-pj-17-.jpg
    decjkel-fp3-pj-18-.jpg

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    Hi Tien,

    Quote Originally Posted by TNB View Post
    decjkel-fp3-pj-18-.jpg
    That last photo caught my eye. I have never before seen a circuit board literally laid out on top of a schematic. It doesn't use space efficiently but it would sure be fun and easy to troubleshoot/fix.

    Cheers,
    Bruce

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    Don, Tien,
    Thank you both-- I now have something to reference as I fix this...


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