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Bought fv1 at an auction got it home (rough ride!) wire up and have no power up to control panel!What should I look for machine was said to be in good running shape when removed! CNC control is Dynapath 10
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Try to track down a schematic diagram for it- check for blown fuses and loose / corroded connections
Be very careful testing live circuits!
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Riggers that remove machines are not real worried about the next guy. Ck for broken ends , busted contact starters , Ck the voltage it was wired for. Missing fuses and so on.
 
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