|Material doesn’t feed properly
||Feed roller not adjusted correctly
||Tighten the roller feed adjusting knob clockwise to increase tension
(Do not over tighten, this will cause material to jam)
|Feed roller tension loss Tighten the set screw on the tension block.
||Adjusting knob should turn with some friction
|Display not functioning
||Replace with recommended fuse
|Unit not powered up
||Turn power switch on, in the rear of the unit
|Incorrect voltage supplied
||Make certain the incoming voltage is correct and is NOT being influenced by large equipment upstream.
|Poor quality of cut or no cut
||Dull or chipped blades
||Dull or chipped blades must be replaced.
|Cutting Bushing worn
||Rotate Cutting Bushing
|Gap between blade and cutting bushing
||Loosen the cutting bushing set screw and slightly press the bushing to the blade, tighten the set screw
|Erratic cut lengths
||Uneven Dereeler tension
||Use a power assisted dereeler at higher speeds
|Feed roller not adjusted correctly
||Tighten the feed roller adjusting knob clockwise to increase tension, counter clockwise to reduce tension
|Bushing is incorrect diameter
||Purchase a correct diameter bushing
- WC302 Product Page
- Download Operating Manual
- Technical Documentation: WC302 Automatic Wire & Tubing Cutter
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