My glowforge has started to stay in a cooling cycle for up to 30 minutes at a time. The worse part is that it does this when it has been off for hours. So as soon as I turn it on it says it is overheating.
It is indoors, out of the sun , in a office with AC set to 76 degrees. Is this normal? It now takes me so long to do a simple engrave that it is just not worth the hassle.
Being in the Caribbean, and @neonkuku in Paraguay and @rodrigobrionesm in Chile we hit this early (I don’t have (now I have a portable), didn’t need A/C before this). Both had solutions before me. Keeping the forge open when its on (it heats up inside when running), directing A/C under the right side of the unit. And getting a walk in refrigerator all help (joke )