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Monday, March 25, 2019

Precision Nozzle Color Ring Cross Reference Chart




Struggling trying to cross over Nordson® Saturn® nozzles to Keystone precision nozzles?



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Angela Wagley
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Thursday, March 21, 2019

Graco® Invisipac Error Code T2D(Z)




If your Invisipac is displaying an Error Code of T2D(Z)
there are 3 possible issues:
  • ·         Glue applicator RTD has failed
  • ·         Hose RTD has failed
  • ·         Melter RTD has failed
If the hose RTD has failed, the solution is to replace the hose.
If the glue applicator RTD has failed, the solution is to replace the cordset containing the RTD sensor.
If the melter RTD has failed, follow steps below to change RTD sensor.


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Turn main power switch OFF.
Remove electrical enclosure door (332) 
and remove melter control connector from 
AMZ #1 daughter board.
Remove temperature sensor (RTD) leads 
from connector as shown.  
Use a 3/8 in. socket to remove four screws (336)
from melter shroud (331) and remove shroud.
Remove screw (RS) holding temperature 
sensor (RTD) and remove sensor from melter manifold.
Pull leads through grommet (13) in the 
side of electrical enclosure.
Replace new temperature sensor (RTD) 
and thread in holding screw (RS). 
Torque to 7-10 in-lb (0.7-1.0 N•m).
Insert sensor leads into side of electrical 
enclosure though grommet (13).
Tighten temperature sensor leads into connector.
Reconnect connector back into AMZ #1.

     

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Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Clearing Nordson®  ProBlue® F9 Fault

Normally, there is no need to monitor the operation of the auto-fill system.  But, if the fill system is unable to satisfty the level sensor in the time limit set for the Fill Time Delay (parameter 48), an F9 fault will display and the alarm will sound.

Follow the simple instructions below to reset and clear the fault:


  1. Melter fault light (red)
  2. Melter ready light (green)
  3. Refill alarm LED (red)
  4. Fill system enable key
  5. Clear/reset key
  6. Enter key
Note:  When the refill alarm output is activated, the melter heaters stay on and the melter ready remote output remains active.
  1. Press the Fill System Enable key (4) to disable the fill system and the alarm.
  2. Correct the fault condition.
  3. Press the Clear/Reset key (5).
  4. Press the Fill System Enable key (4) to enable the fill system.
Note:  It may take up to 30 seconds for the reset command to take effect.

If errors continue, please call us for free technical assistance.
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Friday, February 1, 2019

Nordson® F1 Fault - Installing New Hose

You have just spent half an hour removing an old glue hose and installing a new glue hose, powered up your Nordson® ProBlue® melter and, BAM.....An F1 Fault Light. That bites! Fortunately, it is a quick and easy fix. 

The fault indicates there is a compromise in one of the electrical connections. In other words, one of the 2 connections is not fully plugged in.

 • Power off melter.
 • Check both electrical connections on both ends of the hose.
 • Turn power on for melter and you should be good to go. 

If you are still seeing the F1 Fault, call us for free technical support…..800-235-8090 or email at sales@keystoneparts.com

f you have an old worn out glue hose, please call us for a replacement. We can save you money over the OEM prices, provide shorter lead times, provide a warranty and 100% money back guarantee, if you are not satisfied. 

Angela Wagley
sales@keystoneparts.com 
www.keystoneparts.com

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