I posted in help and support but I’m trying to see if I’m missing something and maybe I could get some help/input.
I’ve had the machine for literally 3 days and on the second day as I was in the middle of cutting the proofgrade acrylic I got a too cold warning and it stopped the cutting. So I waiting for a while and it eventually finished the job. Tried again in acrylic and stopped mid way and wouldn’t start again. Tried leather and again started for less time this time and then stopped. I was stupid and then Tried the hardwood that was included and it almost got completely done and then stopped completely. Our basement does not get below 64 degrees. We turned off the machine and called it a night.
The next morning I went down to cut again and it worked for a 7 minute job and then would not work at all after that. It’s been almost 24 hours since it’s even moved from the spot. I turn it on and it almost instantly turns the orange glow.
Now I’ll post everything we do and can someone see if I’m missing something to try.
I never leave the hose attached to the machine unless I’m using it.
I’ve unplugged the machine today for a few hours and still “too cold” and left the lid opened
I restarted my computer and phone and still nothing
Carefully took the printer head off and Unclipped it to see if the pins are all straight and they are. (I’ve read to check that on a different post but don’t know if it was even helpful or not)
I know for a fact since 7 o’clock last night the room did not get below 64 degrees because we put a temp reading gauge downstairs. Even left it inside the actual machine. Would it sitting in an at least 64 room for that amount of time give the liquid enough time to hit 60 degrees to run?
I’m lost and still completely new to this whole machine so if someone thinks something I overlooked let me know. Any tips are appreciated