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HELP! Mitre Mite VN42 ISSUE

StillAwake

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Could someone please post images of hoses connected to Control Valve? The pneumatic line drawings are not correct and I cannot seem to get it correct.... PLEASE!...I will be forever grateful! Thank you! Btw... I have called fletcher Terry and have not heard back...
 
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tedh

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Not knowing a control valve from a doorknob, would it help if I just lift the machine and take a picture of what's below?
 

Rick Granick

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There are several control valves under there. They are the block-shaped objects with various air tubes plugged into them with little plastic push-connectors. Can you send a photo and point out which parts you are asking about?
:cool: Rick
 

StillAwake

Grumbler in Training
There are several control valves under there. They are the block-shaped objects with various air tubes plugged into them with little plastic push-connectors. Can you send a photo and point out which parts you are asking about?
:cool: Rick
Thanks Rick... I'm here today and still no success...any help would be great.
 

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Rick Granick

SPFG, Supreme Picture Framing God
Not sure exactly what your issue or question is. Are some of your tubes disconnected?
You might want to call Fletcher-AMP tech support. They can usually talk you through solving issues.
:cool: Rick
 

StillAwake

Grumbler in Training
Rick...do u have a vn42? If so... can u take photo of your control valve hookups and post it... I just need to know order of hoses...hoses have not been disconnected from machine and I was stupid not to take an image because I have their hose diagram.. their diagram doesn't jive with mine...also..I have sent images to fletcher and they are working on it but I'm beginning to think they don't know the issue either except I do have some lines crossed. Thanks
 

Rick Granick

SPFG, Supreme Picture Framing God
My machine is a VN2+1, which is a less complicated mechanism that the VN42. These machines are modular, and pretty easy to work on yourself. On the rare occasions when I have had to service mine or replace parts, I have gotten good advice, or even been talked through the process, by the folks in tech support.
:cool: Rick
 
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