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    Murphy's Law ... For the past couple of weeks I've at random had my machine lock up ( shut down ) when moved in the x-axis.Sometimes does this without even moving the machine The Error is a overspeed error but I can't figure out why.

    I had Tech support come and take a look ( still under warrenty ) and wouldn't you know it , it ran fine that day they checked several things and increased the air pressure but of course didn't find a problem.

    Well as Murphy's Law would have it , I'm getting the same problem this morning I have contacted support again and I hope the machine is still down when they get here.

    Has anyone else experienced this type of error ??

    Coot

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    This won't help you but...

    "Recycle's Law - To ensure job security, create work for yourself."
    I used to be high on life but I built up a tolerance.

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    • #3
      Thx dude

      If you want to be busy, say that you have nothing to do.

      Coot

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      • #4
        in sept this year our "new" machine will be 2 years old and it STILLhas the same problem of not starting up properly by finishing the boot cycle and allowing a machine start light to come on. B&S has replaced just about every board and power supply in the controller.....all without a permanent solution. I think its the mother board, but they wont entertain that idea.....so still I rant

        my solution is to say

        oh well....and try it again and again and again until it starts....sometimes 45mins later it will work
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mike N.
          in sept this year our "new" machine will be 2 years old and it STILLhas the same problem of not starting up properly by finishing the boot cycle and allowing a machine start light to come on. B&S has replaced just about every board and power supply in the controller.....all without a permanent solution. I think its the mother board, but they wont entertain that idea.....so still I rant

          my solution is to say

          oh well....and try it again and again and again until it starts....sometimes 45mins later it will work
          Thx good to know it's not just me , it's taken me as much as 3 hrs to get going on some days

          But mine isn't just on start up but anytime through the day ,even if I don't even move it

          Thx for the reply ......

          Coot

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