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    CarveWright System with Decorative Bit Set for sale - Greenville, SC

    Selling my CarveWright system with 10 piece decorative bit set, 3 memory cards and reader, 1/16 and 1/8 cutting bits.
    - Please close door message stays on and I don't have time to trouble shoot
    - Make an offer (PM with offer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmylander View Post
    CarveWright System with Decorative Bit Set for sale - Greenville, SC

    Selling my CarveWright system with 10 piece decorative bit set, 3 memory cards and reader, 1/16 and 1/8 cutting bits.
    - Please close door message stays on and I don't have time to trouble shoot
    - Make an offer (PM with offer)
    Give us more detail like is it a B machine and some pic if you can it would help
    Henry

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    If the cable from the left cover switch is plugged into the circuit card 180 degrees out, you will get a open cover all the time. The white wire in the bunch should be toward the center of the machine.

    Also look at board sensor data and roller compressed an uncompressed. IF the board sensor wire is pinched it will take out the 5 volts and give you a open cover all the time.

    A quick check and solving the problem could increase the selling price.

    Good Luck,

    AL
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    Thank you, I'll take a look at that.

    Doug

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    It's a model 113.217540Click image for larger version. 

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    How many hours on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmylander View Post
    It's a model 113.217540Click image for larger version. 

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    you have a pm
    Henry

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