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    What is your head pressure?
    What version of the firmware are you using? It should be 3.102.
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    My guess is...99% of us aren't mechanical/electrical engineers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnfrwd View Post
    What is your head pressure?
    What version of the firmware are you using? It should be 3.102.
    Head pressure was right close to 80lbs if I remember correctly (I will check it again when I have a few minutes). The firmware version is 3.102 - I haven't had the machine a year, and it has under 100hrs on it. It was purchased new from LHR/Carvewright.

    Your comfort level disassembling the machine and mine are two different metrics. Perhaps I can do it just fine with the skill set I have, and perhaps I may make a mistake that voids my warranty. I prefer not to take chances at this point.

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    The sawdust can cake up at the ends of the two compression rollers. It requires you remove the rollers and clean out the sawdust.

    Look at these documents and see if that makes you feel more comfortable.

    Troubleshooting doc: http://support.carvewright.com/stuck...oller-message/

    Video: http://support.carvewright.com/clean...ssion-rollors/
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2A Finishing View Post
    Head pressure was right close to 80lbs if I remember correctly (I will check it again when I have a few minutes). The firmware version is 3.102 - I haven't had the machine a year, and it has under 100hrs on it. It was purchased new from LHR/Carvewright.

    Your comfort level disassembling the machine and mine are two different metrics. Perhaps I can do it just fine with the skill set I have, and perhaps I may make a mistake that voids my warranty. I prefer not to take chances at this point.
    I was very hesitant to work on the machine in the beginning too but with the online documents and the forum help it became very easy. Even with limited mechanical skills it can be done as the machine is a simple process design. It is not rocket science!
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