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    Go here to access all the Manuals/Documentation/Repair Procedures

    http://www.carvewright.com/cms/customer_service

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    Thank You I got it! Evan bookmarked it.
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    Default Probe cabling

    Had a similar problem with mine, traced a lot of the cabling and made this PDF. Hope it helps, as suggested above I used an Ohmmeter to validate the open/closed state. Started with the probe, then added the extension cable and then into the machine cabling. Hope it helps.
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    Default Carving smaller design than I want

    My machine wants to carve a smaller design for the size of board I want to carve on even when I set the proper board sizes. Any suggestions.

    Thanks, Rod

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmaker View Post
    My machine wants to carve a smaller design for the size of board I want to carve on even when I set the proper board sizes. Any suggestions.

    Thanks, Rod
    Are you pushing yes to stay under rollers during set up? If so it will reduce your project. So you need to push no or use a board 7" longer which is wasted or build a sled.

    Ike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rmaker View Post
    My machine wants to carve a smaller design for the size of board I want to carve on even when I set the proper board sizes. Any suggestions.

    Thanks, Rod
    Hello Rod,

    It is good practice to be sure your projects stay under the compression rollers at all times. Otherwise, you will have an assortment of problems sooner or later.

    Please read the following Tips and Tricks Newsletters to learn how to set up your projects and avoid the common problems that newcomers often experience...

    - ISSUE 3 December 2007 "Handy Tips for Everyone!"

    - ISSUE 4 January 2008
    "An Easy Project Tutorial & The Care and Feeding of Your CarveWright/ CompuCarve™ Machine"

    - ISSUE 18 March 2009
    "Scaling and How To Avoid It"
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    Here is the page for Carvewrights Maintenace and Service Documents. I use them all the time. http://www.carvewright.com/2010CWweb/maintenance.htm They might already be here, if so, here they are again.
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    Exception stack fault anyone know what that means

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    Quote Originally Posted by baby15 View Post
    Exception stack fault anyone know what that means
    What are you quoting? Is this an Error message from the machine, or a quote from a particular thread or PDF?
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