How To Do Daily Clean and Basic Maintenance of Ribao BC 55
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How to do daily clean and basic maintenance of Ribao BC 55
The currency counter's endurance is partly determined by how well you maintain it. Knowing how to clean the machine prevents you from damaging anything inside or outside the gadget. It is critical to understand which places are prone to dust and grime collection. That is why we offer a demonstration in the video to assist you in understanding which components need to be cleaned and with what equipment. Drum rollers and friction rollers are critical components of counters and sorters. The device's operation is heavily reliant on these components. If there is any dust or anything stuck in between, the device will not work.
So, clean it with a little brush as demonstrated to guarantee that it is always properly kept and effective. Similarly, clean the hopper sensor, emission lights, reception light, and MG sensors. Fine linen cloth, such as the ones seen in the video, can help you dust to perfection. Remember that frequent cleaning is essential. Even the direction in which you clean is vital to avoid damaging the parts, so pay great attention to the video and follow it exactly as it is.
-claen two drum rollers and two friction rollers
-clean the hopper sensor
-clean the staack sensor emission light and receiption light
-clean the 2pcs IR emission light
-use a piece of clean cloth to clean the upper CIS in one direction
-clean the 2pcs IR receiption light, clean the 5 groups of MG sensor
-use a piece of clean cloth to clean the lower CIS in one direction
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