How to Troubleshoot Common Issues with Your Duct Rolling Machine

  • By:Metmac
  • 2024-06-11
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If your duct rolling machine is malfunctioning, don’t despair. In this guide, we’ll walk you through some of the most common problems and how to troubleshoot them.

1. The machine is not cutting the duct properly.

Check that the blades are sharp.

Make sure that the material is being fed into the machine correctly.

The machine may be overheating. Allow it to cool down before continuing.

2. The machine is making a lot of noise.

Check that the bearings are lubricated.

The gears may be worn. Inspect them for damage and replace if necessary.

The machine may be out of alignment. Adjust it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

3. The machine is not feeding the material properly.

The feed rollers may be worn or damaged. Inspect them and replace if necessary.

The feed tension may be too tight or too loose. Adjust it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

The material may be too thick or too thin for the machine. Use material that is within the specified thickness range.

4. The machine is not producing the correct size duct.

Check that the forming rolls are the correct size.

Make sure that the machine is set to the correct settings for the desired size of duct.

The machine may be misaligned. Adjust it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

5. The machine is not working at all.

Check that the machine is properly plugged in.

The circuit breaker may have tripped. Reset it if necessary.

The motor may be burned out. Replace it if necessary.

If you’ve tried all of the above and the machine is still not working properly, you may need to contact a qualified technician for assistance.


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