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    It was not disconnected before removing the...

    It was not disconnected before removing the saddle.

    I posted on this thread my repair for a similar problem.
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  2. Cal has asked me to look the copper over. All...

    Cal has asked me to look the copper over.

    All brushes must be free in the holders. They are nearly full length in the photo.
    Any that are removed must go back in the same place and not flipped...
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    +thyr tube leg (either side) if fires and works...

    +thyr tube leg (either side) if fires and works great.

    I am not sure what your calling the "+thyr tube leg" is.
    There are 2 filament leads (the large ones) and the grid lead (the small lead).
    ...
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    The fibers are the filter for the unit. It...

    The fibers are the filter for the unit.
    It doesn't take much crud to get past the felt filter and plug the metering unit.
    There is a lot of crud in the felt you have picked out.
    It is wise to...
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    Might want to check this thread out: SB 10K...

    Might want to check this thread out:

    SB 10K Machined back plate for 4-jaw 6" chuck - How I did it with some GLOAT!
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    You will not get anything to move till you deal...

    You will not get anything to move till you deal with the servo alarm, you are probably in estop besides.
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    Option 2 might be the best. There are some from...

    Option 2 might be the best. There are some from newer units that had the belt drive exciter that was 115 Volt.
    Might take some fussing to get the newer MG minus the exciter to fit in your machine. ...
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    So as this drama was unfolding, I got a call from...

    So as this drama was unfolding, I got a call from a customer 1.5 Hr. one way that he has a parameter error on his
    VQC-1540. It turned out to be on the FR-SF spindle control.
    Monday I went to a...
  9. Since you have some gloating, please share with...

    Since you have some gloating, please share with pictures of the finished product!

    Bill
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    "Motor nameplate says "50Hz" - does this lend...

    "Motor nameplate says "50Hz" - does this lend credibility to my theory the machine was originally bound for the UK?"
    Yes, the 420 VAC input will work well with their 416 Volt system too.



    The...
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    The file I have is over 15 Meg. I can't PM a...

    The file I have is over 15 Meg. I can't PM a file that size.

    PM me your email address and I will try that way.

    Bill
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    You have 2 speed controls the small one is for...

    You have 2 speed controls the small one is for the field, the large one is for the armature.

    Do you have any control of the speed at all?
    0 to 700? This is from the large speed control.


    Are...
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    Did you ever get to the proper manual? BNP-A...

    Did you ever get to the proper manual? BNP-A 0801-19-D-E

    Seems that there are many parameter screens see pg 30 of above doc.

    Bill
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    The program protect key must be in the unprotect...

    The program protect key must be in the unprotect position to
    properly complete the initialize, and enter parameters.

    All the chips on the board can be copied using a chip read/writer (or...
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    Please post an in focus picture of the nameplate...

    Please post an in focus picture of the nameplate in the first picture.
    Then a photo of the brush area of the MG unit with the cover held with 1 screw removed.

    I do not see the inline exciter in...
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    Yours is nearly the age of mine. You may have an...

    Yours is nearly the age of mine.
    You may have an inline exciter with 230 Volt output.
    Yours looks much better than mine!

    Bill
  17. You are working with an autorange meter trying to...

    You are working with an autorange meter trying to sort out if it is AC or DC you are trying to read.
    The speed it is pulsing, probably has the meter totally confused.
    I would see if you can borrow...
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    It is NOT wise to make assumptions on what you...

    It is NOT wise to make assumptions on what you do, or do not have in the electrical panel, based solely on the schematic.
    I don't see a VFD/VSD in any of your pictures, so either you have one (not...
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    You haven't shown us one in your photos yet!

    You haven't shown us one in your photos yet!
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    Lets explore the EZ options first. Take a...

    Lets explore the EZ options first.

    Take a picture of the inside of the motor junction box.
    There should be 3 or 6 wires going to the inside of the motor.
    If 6 wires, and 3 of them are jumpered,...
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    When running on a RPC, you want only a...

    When running on a RPC, you want only a Delta/Delta connection on any transformers for voltage conversion.
    The "wild leg" is passed through on only 1 phase.
    When using a Wye connection on a...
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    The plug in resistor is marked on the side with...

    The plug in resistor is marked on the side with HP @ 120 V, and HP @ 240 V input power, along with the resistance.

    Bill


    The last page of the catalog lists the resistors.
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    I installed a length of barn door tract over the...

    I installed a length of barn door tract over the mill table to let the hoist/ tackle blocks etc. do the lifting.

    You can install a length for less effort than trying to replace the 8" rotary with...
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    Post your pictures like you did on your first...

    Post your pictures like you did on your first post!!!
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    There should be a nameplate on the top side of...

    There should be a nameplate on the top side of the KBRG regenerative control, below the fuse block.
    Probably it is a KBRG-255.
    The SCR's on yours are through hole and easy to replace when needed. ...
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