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    Could have left out the last 2 sections of rail...

    Could have left out the last 2 sections of rail and pick the crane up from under the beams and drive it straigt in ???

    Peter
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    According the drawing there is a O-ring Gaco...

    According the drawing there is a O-ring Gaco OR119
    To me it seems it can be replaced by taking of the handle and seegerring behind it
    Pos 016 on the drawing
    ...
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    Sorry I cannot be of any help But I totaly...

    Sorry I cannot be of any help
    But I totaly agree
    If it is ever possible to get those pictures back ???
    Anybody knows ??
    RJ deserved that

    Peter
  4. Ross I disagree I can assure you the product...

    Ross
    I disagree
    I can assure you the product works fine for the purpose it was meant for
    The examples you mentioned had to much play then or are overheated Over 160dgr C it loosens its strenght...
  5. Ross Did you have had loose bearings that were...

    Ross
    Did you have had loose bearings that were loctited in place regulary ??
    Never had that problem At least not if the wear is just a few 0,01mm Loctite for bearings works great Sometimes too...
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    Not mentioned here yet But do you have the...

    Not mentioned here yet But do you have the specified oil for the spindle
    I am not critical about oil in general except on a plain bearing of a grinder

    Peter
  7. I would repeat that a few times till you drain ...

    I would repeat that a few times till you drain pretty clean petroleum And just run it half a minute or so Wait some time Then another half a minute
    I would also overfill it Perhaps topp it off...
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    I know A2B is for adjusting the stopping of the...

    I know A2B is for adjusting the stopping of the motor exactly to the position dictated by the TNC 111 or 113
    That is discribed in the manual
    I do not know if it also contains the pots you need...
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    Oke So basicly it works I do not know much about...

    Oke So basicly it works I do not know much about electronics but the function of the pot is to split voltage
    So it generates a input ranging from +10 volt to - 10volts That was told to me at...
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    To determin if it is the drive or something els I...

    To determin if it is the drive or something els I would connect a 10K pot directly to terminals 5-6 and 7 and see what it does
    That way you bypass a lott of potentialy faulty parts
    Like explained...
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    I would try to swap both motor and the tach now ...

    I would try to swap both motor and the tach now

    If I do troubleshooting on this system I connect everything directly to the drive
    Also a 10K potmeter for speedcontrole
    That way the motor...
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    Had a somewhat simular problem on a Ferrari once...

    Had a somewhat simular problem on a Ferrari once Turned out the wires of the tacho were reversed

    Peter
  13. Since when is it that a electromagnetic coil is...

    Since when is it that a electromagnetic coil is repelling a iron brake disk when polarity is reversed :nutter:
    Peter
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    No real knowledge about wavelenght of light But...

    No real knowledge about wavelenght of light
    But real contact is only on small spots (less as 10% I thought I had read somewhere) of the surface
    But these contactpoints are randomly spread
    And...
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    I would have replaced all keys Peter

    I would have replaced all keys

    Peter
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    I would have replaced all keys No experience...

    I would have replaced all keys
    No experience troubleshooting a unit like this Sorry

    Peter
  17. I had the same problem on my 12S took out the...

    I had the same problem on my 12S
    took out the pump Cleaned it and filled it with oil while I had the tube off
    That did not work
    Then I realised the vanes had some play
    I then put in a...
  18. First see if there is any oil behind the hole ...

    First see if there is any oil behind the hole
    Oillevels are not that high on machinery in general
    Drain the oil (or not)
    Drill Tap and then a threaded stud with loctite

    Peter
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    I too would like to know why the shield is not...

    I too would like to know why the shield is not allowed to rotate some
    The only force that can make it rotate is the moving grease Is that enough to make it rotate enough that it can harm ??
    But...
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    I would check for a voltage on the coils of these...

    I would check for a voltage on the coils of these relays if working properly and in fault mode
    If voltage is the same in fault mode the relays are malfunctioning
    If you have no voltage on a...
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    If it is item 2100 30 0004 15 06 in the drawing...

    If it is item 2100 30 0004 15 06 in the drawing you notice that those 2 gears have one single item# So those 2 gears are connected
    They also must be able to turn on their shaft
    So I do not thing...
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    First try some contact spray perhaps It might do...

    First try some contact spray perhaps
    It might do the trick with this old equipment

    Peter
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    BTW If you are in metric country using a H7...

    BTW If you are in metric country using a H7 reamer(most commen) properly and m6 dowel pins (also very commen) should give you a interference fit

    Peter
  24. Drill and tap 2 holes in that steel sleeve (M3-...

    Drill and tap 2 holes in that steel sleeve (M3- M4 whatever size is possible )
    Then take a piece of flat bar and drill 3 holes in it and tap the centre hole (M5 perhaps)
    Bolt it on the sleeve and...
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    5 parts IMHO 2 bearings 2 bevelgears with a...

    5 parts IMHO
    2 bearings
    2 bevelgears with a shaft on them
    1 bushing where the shafts go into
    The shafts may have a spline or keyway or just a shrink fit
    I would first try to drill a hole in...
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