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    Default Anyone repair brushless servo amps?

    I get a periodic Y axis servo fault. It's worst when the machine is cold. When is warms up, it usually works. Now it faults all the time.

    I just ordered a new one from Haas. There is no core exchange. Can I have mine repaired as a spare? If so, who can do it?

    It's a 30 amp Smart Drive.

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    You may have done this, but have you replaced the Y axis cable? May not be the drive at all.

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    No. Which cable?

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    The actual cable that goes to the Y axis servo motor. Some times it just needs to be tightened. Just one thing to check. The Y cable is less likely to go out then the X cable because it's stationary. (The X has to go out to the end of the table and endures more abuse.) You never know.

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    Well the new amp will be here in the morning so I guess we will see. It looks like the other amps have already been replaced, so I was probably due.

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    It was the amp.

    Anybody who fixes them?

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    My name is Steve Moon. Just go to AutomationRepair.com We repair all makes and models of AC, DC, and stepper drives.

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    Ask these guys. They repair a lot of Haas electronics.
    Zaritron

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moondoggy99 View Post
    My name is Steve Moon. Just go to AutomationRepair.com We repair all makes and models of AC, DC, and stepper drives.
    Six year old post, I'm sure it has been dealt with by now.


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