Combined wood baby 1130 the motor blows the weights of my electric meter

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Combined wood baby 1130 the motor blows the weights of my electric meter




by pascaldubord » 26/03/21, 17:58

hello everyone I have a baby && "wood combination which I have been using for several months. Yesterday when I turned on the engine it started to start and the leads jumped. I tried again same result. this morning I tried to clean the electric wires a little before then restart and the weights jumped directly. I will try to post a photo of the electric box but am no more gifted in computers than in electricity so it may take some time!
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Re: combine wood baby 1130 the motor blows the weights of my electric meter




by pascaldubord » 26/03/21, 18:14

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Re: combine wood baby 1130 the motor blows the weights of my electric meter




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 26/03/21, 18:22

Hi. I think we should already disconnect everything, unravel, and redo connections without twisting the wires. Afterwards, it may not be enough, but already it would be a good start. The capacitor may be dead. Another track. Dirty coals can also cause certain "malfunctions".
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by Macro » 26/03/21, 19:35

this motor is an asynchronous motor ... It has no carbon ...
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by Exnihiloest » 26/03/21, 19:45

If it is indeed the pellets which jump and not the differential, it is that there is a short circuit. In the worst case, it is the winding which has burnt out (normally, it leaves an odor). A mild case would be a short circuit in the capacitor, which is easy to change. The most benign would be a short juice between wires, but it must be seen, maybe because of the corrosion. There remains the possibility that the motor mechanically blocks for one reason or another, a phenomenon which causes an overcurrent.
You have to unplug and see it all with an ohm-meter.
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by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 26/03/21, 19:48

Macro wrote:this motor is an asynchronous motor ... It has no carbon ...

Well that's already a problem eliminated.
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by Remundo » 26/03/21, 19:56

an electrical box not very nice.

but if you have an earth leak ... 30mA is enough to blow up.

frankly this case deserves to be redone, full of rust and threads in bad condition.

I'm not sure if the problem is with the engine.
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Re: combine wood baby 1130 the motor blows the weights of my electric meter




by sicetaitsimple » 26/03/21, 20:05

What do you mean by "blow up the pellets"?
Has your general circuit breaker opened?
Or a 30mA differential circuit breaker upstream of your machine?
Or really "leads", or a circuit breaker specific to the power supply of your machine?
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by pascaldubord » 26/03/21, 20:28

Exnihiloest wrote:If it is indeed the pellets which jump and not the differential, it is that there is a short circuit. In the worst case, it is the winding which has burnt out (normally, it leaves an odor). A mild case would be a short circuit in the capacitor, which is easy to change. The most benign would be a short juice between wires, but it must be seen, maybe because of the corrosion. There remains the possibility that the motor mechanically blocks for one reason or another, a phenomenon which causes an overcurrent.
You have to unplug and see it all with an ohm-meter.





Uh sorry, but it is the differential that jumps! Oops
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Re: combine wood baby 1130 the motor blows the weights of my electric meter




by pascaldubord » 26/03/21, 20:34

Remundo wrote:an electrical box not very nice.

but if you have an earth leak ... 30mA is enough to blow up.

frankly this case deserves to be redone, full of rust and threads in bad condition.

I'm not sure if the problem is with the engine.



Yes it seems to me that the problem comes from this box but I do not really know how to approach the problem.
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