CNC Control panel Troubleshooting

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CNC Control panel Troubleshooting

Postby Brian Anderson » Thu, Jan 24 2013, 12:21PM

We went to turn on our CNC this morning and there is nothing on our Control panel screen, i have determined it is not the screen and also discovered that a fan is not spinning on the mother board. At this point i am just trying to find out what the problem is and take the next step. Any ideas?

I should say the fans are not spinning on the power supply.

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Re: CNC Control panel Troubleshooting

Postby Josh Rayburn » Thu, Jan 24 2013, 12:35PM

You need to call machine support at 1-800-221-3865
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Re: CNC Control panel Troubleshooting

Postby jason galbraith » Thu, Jan 24 2013, 3:04PM

Possibly power supply from the sound of it. However, we're on our third motherboard in a year, so that's not out of the question. Do you have the new quad core controller? Would be interesting to know.
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Re: CNC Control panel Troubleshooting

Postby Steve Unruh » Mon, Jan 28 2013, 6:57PM

What did the problem turn out to be? Sounded just like what happened to us when the motherboard went out on our CS43. We were down for about 3 days if I remember correctly.

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