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CNC motor won't run

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CNC motor won't run

Post by Seniorgeek on Tue Mar 08, 2016 5:33 pm

I tried to do some CNC cutting today using the default files on the SD Card.
When I plugged the power supply in and turned it on the motor would not run, I checked the voltage out of the power supply (should be 48VDC) and got nothing. Seems like a defective power supply. I sent email to CTC to see what they are going to do. I hope the send a replacement power supply real soon.

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Fixed the motor problem

Post by Seniorgeek on Wed Mar 09, 2016 3:35 pm

I decided not to wait for weeks for a replacement power supply and started to trouble shooting the problem

One of the A/C power cables that connect to the terminal block was broken.

Upon looking very carefully I noticed what looked like a broken wore. I disassembled the box and re-soldered the the broken wire and reattached it to the terminal block. Re-assembled the case and all is fine now.

The quality control test at the factory and a final test before packing and shipping would have caught this issue.

They shipped these out to fast without testing each one for correct operation.

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