Discussion Category:  Centrifuge

5810R service manual

I downloaded the service manual for the 5804/5810 centrifuge from this site. Unfortuantely the quality is not so good so I cannot read most of the text on the diagrams (section 8). Also the pictures that are in this manual look rather different from my machine. Mine is a 5810R and I realize that some pictures are of the R model and some are not, but even the ones of the R model don't look like mine. In particular is the breaking resistor.

If you're wondering, I am having an error 6 problem. Can anyone help me out with some better documentation?

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petriedish
Need the 5804 service manual please! petriedish@gmail.com
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benny
I hope to have the eppendorf 5810R centrifuge service manual . Can anyone email it to me at bennyn@chem.ubc.ca?
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zwidup_9198
Where did you find the 5810R service manual? I can't find one. Or a schematic would be fine, too.
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ettoregrande4240
Error 6 Resistor 390 ohms 5% fault
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Larbsarb
I can email it to use if you provide your email address.
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Muddpi
Hello, over the weekend our Eppendorf 5810R has developed a weird problem I see mentioned no where else. It takes a very longgggg time to brake - the decel is set to 7, our usual set speed. If I can get someone to send this coveted service manual to us I'd be very grateful! Thanks, Michal mmudd@salud.unm.edu
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cd23
service manual please. craig@lag.cx
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ettoregrande4240
Le resistenze hanno il valore di 390 ohms 10 watt
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MedRun
The issue with your system is that it needs a new brake resistor. It is located back left. However, if this fails you will also need a new motor. If the motor drags it will generate more power in the brake resistor and it will cause it to fail. You can also fix the brake resistor with some solder but it is not recommended. In this scenario we have to measure the motor and you should have 4ohm between black - blue and black - brown. If you get differently you need a new motor. The motor fails if you leave the lid closed all the time. You need to keep it open at the end of the day to prevent moisture from going into the motor.
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