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  1. awesome i always leave the doors open and some...

    awesome
    i always leave the doors open and some tools laying on top for a few days so the machine knows i have not let down and will tear its fucking guts out if i have to.
  2. that sucks

    that sucks
  3. this is the kinda stuff these old mazaks have and...

    this is the kinda stuff these old mazaks have and what i am talking about
    not sure if this is mosfet or not

    305756
  4. its the same as before disconnect one wire at a...

    its the same as before
    disconnect one wire at a time till it comes up
  5. i think he was probly talking about those brown...

    i think he was probly talking about those brown flat devices running up and down in the middle of that board
    those are not what i would call "chips"
    i suspect they are solid state relays
    if so...
  6. can you post a picture of the chip?

    can you post a picture of the chip?
  7. once again those are generally din spec so most...

    once again
    those are generally din spec
    so most any brand directional valve will do on that stuff
    those index motors are kinda finicky for dirt and the like
    once i go into one i put a spin on...
  8. i belive we are talking about solid state relays...

    i belive we are talking about solid state relays
    they are individually ran through that relay board
    you can use a different path simply by changing up the inputs and outputs
    kinda,
    if you know...
  9. i've got alot of junk in the shed what "chips"...

    i've got alot of junk in the shed
    what "chips" are we talking about?
  10. as far as how to trouble shoot this i would...

    as far as how to trouble shoot this
    i would start disconnecting things in that same stream 1 wire at a time
    after every wire i would recheck the voltage
    at some point you are going to find which...
  11. i'd be more inclined to think the "leak" was...

    i'd be more inclined to think the "leak" was machine side
    pinched wire
    corroded terminal strip
    lose connection
    if i had a dollar for every pinched blue wire that ruined my day id be retired...
  12. you got something in that line leaking to ground...

    you got something in that line leaking to ground i'll bet
    or a high energy (lose, corroded or otherwise) connection pulling down that circuit
  13. i'm assuming your talking the 24vdc control...

    i'm assuming your talking the 24vdc control voltage on the ice cube relays
    21 volts aint right
    every mazak control i've tried to trouble shoot was 24.somthing unless it was leaking to ground
    not...
  14. i watched that vid several times, the led on CH...

    i watched that vid several times, the led on CH flashes sometimes even before it latches in
    i think weak coil action on UCH relay
    could be
    low voltage
    failed device in line with coil (i don't...
  15. im on the right track but i have no idea how one...

    im on the right track but i have no idea how
    one of those relays is stopping the other from working
    try your dwell on the chuck line instead of unchuck
    it could be a prox that is hairline off...
  16. yes..............

    yes..............
  17. i'd quit with the off brand relay and do like...

    i'd quit with the off brand relay and do like toolcat said and steal a relay from the tail stock or something
    what catches my eye is the relay you are hitting never reacts first its the one next to...
  18. a burned ice cube can imply a high current load...

    a burned ice cube can imply a high current load down stream :scratchchin: your crappy coil
    i get those ice cubes out of mcmaster, just match the coil voltage and pin number and size (high current...
  19. slow to pop open can be simple dirt crappy chuck...

    slow to pop open can be simple dirt
    crappy chuck that is getting into a bind
    actuator that is blowing by
    my first test would be to clamp it up tight, hit the open signal one time
    do this until...
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