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    hi, hope you didnt have a bad day as i, this mornig i had the following alarms on the hass cnc mill:

    201 parmeter crc error
    203 lead screw crc error
    261 rotatory crc error
    250 prog data error
    212 prog integrity error
    135 x motor overheat
    138 a motor overheat
    122 regen overheat
    119 over voltage
    117 over voltage shutdown
    220 A phasing error
    624 pocket-tool table error
    903 cnc machine power up
    160 low voltage
    254 spindle motor overheat

    I didnt have any failure on this machine before, so i dont have any maintenance manualrs, diagrams, software or any of those, only the operator manual. Dos anyone know how to change the parameters? i need to program it from the rs232? when it start up and show the alarms it shut down after 15 seconds, how do i stop it?

    Jaime Eduardo

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    Jamie,

    Looks like a bad day alright.
    Is it under a factory warranty ?

    Wayne

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    sounds like your battery died what is in setting 26 of your machine if the serial # is not correct you need to reload your pars and settings etc.



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    The cnc doesn't have warranty anymore, i also think my problem is the lost of the parameters, but how do i program them again? can i program from the operator panel or do i need to connect the laptop from behind the machine? were can i check the parameter 26?

    As you can see, i need step by step help, because this machine never fail me again.

    Thank you
    Jaime Eduardo



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    This brings up a good point. Can someone make a backup from the Haas control to the floppy?



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    yes back up copys can be made when we had our machines installed we asked the tech if he could make us a copy of the machine parameters on to floppy he did hopefully we will never need them



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    the parameters should be backed up on a floppy that is inside of the manual or inside of the control cabinet. It sounds like the battery on your processor is going bad.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocko1 View Post
    This brings up a good point. Can someone make a backup from the Haas control to the floppy?
    I have two procedures for backing up Parameters and Settings; the key sequence is:

    LIST
    PAR (Now F2 and F3 should be visible at the bottom of the screen)
    Type the serial number followed by .PAR
    F2

    Same procedure for Settings just use serial#.SET

    You don't have to use the serial number but it is a good identifier.


    The other procedure saves everything with the following key sequence:

    LIST PROG
    END
    ALARMS
    Type DEBUG
    WRITE
    POSIT
    PAGE UP until you see POS-RAW DAT
    Type Serial #
    F2

    This should save everything.

    An open mind is a virtue...so long as all the common sense has not leaked out.


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