Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 08 21:26:44 EST 2006 | billwestiet
You already have some good answers. A chemical isolation zone for RMA is a good idea. If you are looking for new see the two references you have and Austin America. If you are looking for used, see us at http://www.ietechnology.net. We presently
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 14:08:44 EST 2011 | babe7362000
Is there anyone close to Ohio or in Ohio that is very familiar with the TRITON SMT IV Washer? Our tank is not staying hot to run boards thru. The temperature drops to 116. We checked all the heaters and they seem to be running fine. Any info is ap
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 16 13:16:05 EDT 2009 | jeffharley
You might try checking to see if the float switches are actually lifting up with the water level, I have seen them get stuck in the open position. Also check to see that the solenoid valve is actually sealing off (closed)
Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 23 07:56:28 EDT 2011 | babe7362000
We have a Westek washer that we can not get the temperture to get hot enough to wash. We are thinking there is a problem with the heating elements, but we are not sure. Our ME is out for training today. If anyone has worked with these machines plea
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 21 06:36:56 EST 2011 | babe7362000
We checked all of what you mentioned and not sure what is going on. Everything seems to test out fine.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 05 11:24:29 EST 2011 | andersenequipment
I am not in ohio but I can service it. My rates beat anyone else, hands down. I will be on the road next week and may be available to stop by and diagnose.
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 14 14:05:07 EDT 2009 | babe7362000
Could anyone tell me why the prewash tank will run for awhile and then the tank will fill and over fill. I am not too aware of the machine and trying to help. It looks like there are 3 different level switches. It looks they work properly for abou
Electronics Forum | Fri Nov 18 15:06:44 EST 2011 | jeffharley
Have you checked each heater rod with a fluke temp. meter or similar to make sure that the elements are in fact heating up? Make sure you have voltage to all heater rods. Check to see what the plc controller is set at. Hope this helps.
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 01 13:24:45 EST 2011 | kmakiya
Sounds like you have a bad heater. Check current on each leg of the heater circuit, CON6 for the wash and CON7 for the rinse. The current should be the same on each leg. Trek is now part of Stoelting, tech support is 920-894-2293. Hope this helps if
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