My machine is giving me fits today…last night I powered up to start cutting and my computer informed me that it was to cold to cut - I get it. We had a weather change here and I failed to turn up the heat in the garage so she was a bit cold! Cranked up the heat, fire her up this morning and she cut like a charm…for the first cut. Remove my material, add in a new piece of wood for my next cut, shut the lid and BAM! I get the amber light. Quick google tells me that my machine may be cold. Fine, I get it. It is 11° here. Remove my vent from the window, power down and head off to work. Come home on my break, fore her up and all she wants to do is scan…so I shut it down and wipe down all the lenses and camera so they’re clean. Fire her up once again and it gives me an obstacle alert, the laser has experienced a bump. Please check to see if there are debris in the way - checked and found nothing. Power down, fire up and I get the amber light again - more trouble shooting ideas from the forums here get the light to turn off after shutting it off AGAIN and now it is stuck on centering. I have tried all of the things I have come across in my last 3 hours of research:
-Log out of the app and back in
- Using mobile hot spot (I usually use this as it is more reliable than my Wifi)
- checking the white cable connected to the head
- Checked the black cable connect to the lid
- centered the head under the camera by hand while off and turning on
-leaving the lid open for 15 minutes while on and then closing so it can go through the process
- wiped down both lenses in/on head
-wiped down camera lense under lid
*one of the times after rebooting it was stuck on homing, I dont know if there is a difference between that and centering or not.
I am sure they’re are other things that I am forgetting to list but if you have any other ideas please let me know. This is such a bad time to be down!