A condition where too little material has been provided to form the seamed can body hook which can be easily determined or observed by tearing down the seam.
|Probable Cause||Suggested Remedy|
|Inadequate Lower Chuck Spring Pressure||Increase Lower Chuck Spring Pressure by turning the Spring Adjustment Screw in a clockwise direction. The amount of pressure increase will vary depending on the Spring used.|
|Excessive distance between Seaming Chuck and Lower Chuck Plate||Reset Pin Gauge Height|
|Broken or damaged Lower Chuck spring.||Replace the Lower Chuck Spring|
|Long Body Hooks in the Can Shop end may give a Short Body Hook in the Cannery end.||Discuss with Can Manufacturer. A long Body Hook in the can shop end is usually associated with a can flange defect in the can body.|
|Underflanged can bodies.||Discuss with Can Manufacturer. The Seamer will not complete the flanging operation.|
|Spring Solid Design (60L only) Pin Gauge Height incorrect.||Reset Pin Gauge Height referring to the suggested remedy for Spring Solid Design under Long Body Hook.|