This is a quick and easy way to check and/or replace your cut motor brushes.
Check & Lubricate Flexshaft Core The Flexshaft temperature should never rise to the point where the sheath cannot be held by hand for an extended period of time. If the sheath ever becomes hot to the touch, immediately stop the machine and consult the Lubrication section below. If the heating persists after lubrication please contact […]
Description of Issue The flexshaft sheath temperature should be cool enough that you can hold it in your hand even after long periods of operation. If the flexshaft core becomes hot enough it can melt the outer rubber sheath. A melted flexshaft sheath requires the immediate replacement of the entire A2045 flexshaft assembly. In the […]
Description of Issue In rare cases, the flexshaft core will be broken anywhere from 1″ to 1 1/2″ from either end. This will usually happen within one hour of use. Possible Causes A burr has been raised on the inside of the flexshaft sheath that cuts into the core. Troubleshooting Steps Change the flexshaft assembly […]
Description of Issue The cut motor audibly changes pitch during a carving. This is indicative of the sensor losing track of the RPM and defaulting to a pre-programmed speed. Possible Causes The cause of this change is most likely a faulty board sensor or sensor magnet. Troubleshooting Steps Check to see that the cut motor […]
Description of Issue The cutting motor does not turn on at the beginning of the carving. Possible Causes Causes include: a faulty switch, a loose connector, a faulty X-termination board, a pinched wire in the cut motor, a loose power wire, a head cover that is not engaging the AC motor switch, or a bad […]