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    Default Mini Mill Tool Change recovery issue

    Hi All,

    I had a power out during a tool change and got the Alarm 2066 TOOL CHANGER HOME POSITION FAULT - I tried to auto recover now I am getting an error 150 Z AND TOOL INTERLOCKED.

    I don't know what to do anyone had this? how did you overcome it? machine is a NGC

    thanks
    Mark

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    No clue. I'm surprised it won't recover, the NGC is pretty good with that.

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    I can't access my parameters is there a setting needed?

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    I have no idea if this is any help at all.... but on the off chance:

    Make a Haas Control Key - NGC


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    Thanks gents quick call to Haas moved umbrella back with some love and gentle touching - it's sorted now

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    Chicken bones? What did it take to get it to play nice?


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    I had to move the arm down and back which retracts the umbrella. Was easy with a little aluminium bar


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