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    long to short, keep getting x motor stall. it will start then immediately stop. disassemble machine. removed x motor from the belt feed gears. tested motor. same response. it starts but stop quickly. It has happened in the past and after doing all of the above I put the motor back in and it worked fine for my last carve. today I spent a few hours scratching my head? anyone seen this type of thing?

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    Are you sure you are reporting the correct axis stall? The X axis is the drive belts that move the board through the machine, Y axis moves the cutting head across the board from key board end to the bit plate end of the machine and the Z axis moves the cutting head up and down.
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    yes sir the x axis that drives belt feed. checked head pressure. lubed. disassemble and cleaned machine top to bottom. removed x axis motor and it tested fine and turned with no noise.

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    the error message is e04-0293. again motor starts then stops with zero resistance as i do not have any gear installed. when motor is tested outside of machine (different power supply) it spins fine

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    so after letting myself cool down after the aggravation i felt from this machine giving me problems again after barely 100 hours carve time, i turned on machine and preformed a x axis motor test it worked fine. loaded a piece of wood and it gave me the error again. unloade wood and preformed x axis test again and again a E04 0293 error message appears. Any feedback is appreciated

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    I just updated the software for the first time in years a few weeks ago.

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    Did you check the gears for any missing teeth and that they are aligned with each other?
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    The gears are good. Again gears not engaged for testing purposes. Motor works with outside power source. When the machine controls the motor a start and quick stop

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    I would look at the X drive circuit path then, X termination board.
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    Sand Paper Belts? Are any turned UNDER... Hard to see....

    Is board tapered in thickness?
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