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    What does the description say on that 518 alarm?

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    From memory, communication error. It could be a suspect cable or cable connection

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    The DC module is in the section where the power cables exit & go to the table, it is in a plated steel frame & marked "DC".
    I think the black box you ref to is your computer power supply adjacent to the card cage and has a push button switch and some diode lights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymachinery View Post
    The DC module is in the section where the power cables exit & go to the table, it is in a plated steel frame & marked "DC".
    I think the black box you ref to is your computer power supply adjacent to the card cage and has a push button switch and some diode lights.
    I finally took some time to look at one of my faulty machines. I think I located the "DC module" which is a good size unit made up of atleast one large board and all kinds of different parts. It is in the the very back of the cabinet if looking at the monitor, right-hand door if facing the door-side of the cabinet. It is in a cad plated frame which slides into the main frame of the cabinet and has "DC" in black print on the upper right corner facing out. I'll test the unit like you spoke of in an earlier comment per MC Mach. I have a parts cabinet and I can swap out the unit and see what happens. I'll let you know what I find.

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    DC machinist, did you find anything ?


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