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   Hello, I have a problem with understanding the inserters at our sister company the Walla Walla Union Bulletin. They have  the 227 inserter (6 into 1) with the electronic upgrade from Bindery Automation. The miss lights are not working and bad papers are not being rejected.
I'm familiar with the original equipment setup with valves and solenoids and if switches are on and you run it, all the lights blink and the reject gate lifts up. It has an unopen system that seems to be working. It has a keypad, is there a special startup procedure?
It appears nobody there knows what to do, they just turn power on and start going and visually watch for misses. Occasionally it will reject a miss. Reflectors are clean and all photo eyes seem to show an LED indication except one. Does anybody know how
this system is supposed to operate and function? What little I could grasp from the manual it sounds interesting as it indicates a repair feature. I've run SLS1000A machines since 1995 and did operate the original 227 before that, and we have one now, but
the only change was the spring loaded miss detector is replaced with a photo eye.
thanks, Bill P.
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / Re: (dynaric NP5000
« Last post by Steve Poehls on April 19, 2021, 02:35:59 PM »
Jay, check the track pieces for cracked or broken rubber springs. make sure tracks close completely, and overlapped correctly. also check the pressure plate, and make sure it functions properly.
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / (dynaric NP5000
« Last post by Jay Wear on April 08, 2021, 03:31:31 PM »
we have prototype NP5000. been running great since we purchased it. the issue we have now is that we kick out of the track at least 3 ft. of strap after strapping a bundle. we went over it and still have this issue. A lot of time has been spent on this strapped. Looking for some help

thanks Jay Wear
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / Re: 227 inserting machine
« Last post by DMentzer on February 10, 2021, 03:00:13 PM »
I'll see if we have one around here still. We have an old 227 in the building still (I've never worked on it personally) but we have a lot of old manuals so we might still have those.
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / Re: 227 inserting machine
« Last post by evt84 on February 03, 2021, 09:08:25 PM »
Iím new here to the site and was looking for a muller martini 227 inserter user/operating manual. I have a 227 at our plant and needed to make some adjustments to the feeders but donít know where to start. Any help would be great! Thank you
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / Np 630 encoder read error
« Last post by rsehl on November 16, 2020, 11:07:30 AM »
One of our np630 lines stopped working last night. When powered on an encoder read error pops up normally u can exit out of the error screen instead it just goes right back to the error. While powered on it is also making the contacters inside the hopper boxed click on and off almost making an inhibit sound. Has anyone ever had this issue ? Any ideas?
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / Re: Live insert Thanksgiving Single Copy. NP630
« Last post by rsehl on November 16, 2020, 10:12:02 AM »
Yes we always have , we send our out in 2 parts.
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / quipp 600 screen
« Last post by Steve Poehls on November 10, 2020, 02:30:23 PM »
does anyone know of any company that makes or sells Quipp stacker parts? I need a touch screen for model 600.
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / Re: 351 Quipp Stacker
« Last post by kebyrd on October 28, 2020, 12:16:42 AM »

Thank for the information, it make a lot of sense. I will rely the message to my tech team. Production is difficult with these stacker dropping during production.
Newspaper Post Press Discussion Forum / Re: 351 Quipp Stacker
« Last post by David Hornik on October 27, 2020, 10:54:44 AM »
Kenyatta:  One possibility is the power supply in the card cage.  Please reach out for free phone support on Quipp stackers. 
Dave Hornik,
Printing & Packaging Technologies, Inc. 
877-420-4778, ext. 700
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