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    Good day folks,

    I picked up a used multicam a few weeks ago. It had a few gremlins at first, but has been running well.

    Today I went to turn on and got a few errors.

    Parameter error 52 59
    ISP stack error 46 in 'drop'

    And the hand controller is showing weird characters.

    I have 5v to the board, nothing is on their homing or limit switches, the emergency switch isn't triggered.

    I can get past the multicam logo on the controller, but then just the weird characters. Can't go further.

    Any ideas? I have work that needs to be cut asap(then again has a CNC ever broke when it wasn't needed?)

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: Multicam not booting properly

    What is the exact reading at the control board?



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    Quote Originally Posted by MCPservice View Post
    What is the exact reading at the control board?
    Good day,

    Do you mean the supply voltage? It is 5.01v. It was at 5.06v and i turned it down.

    Or did you mean something else?

    Thank you



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    Quote Originally Posted by MCPservice View Post
    What is the exact reading at the control board?
    My voltmeter reads 5.01v at the leads at the block on the control board.

    Also the board has all green lights. The VFD seems off and has no lights .



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    Default Re: Multicam not booting properly

    Voltage should be at 5.09 at the control board.

    If your voltage is good there, does the keypad show your normal X,Y and Z screen



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    Quote Originally Posted by MCPservice View Post
    Voltage should be at 5.09 at the control board.

    If your voltage is good there, does the keypad show your normal X,Y and Z screen

    Good day,

    Voltage was good.

    No just some "Russian" looking characters.

    Motion mechanic still show the same errors.

    Parameter error 52 59
    ISP stack error 46 in 'drop'

    Thank you



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    Default Re: Multicam not booting properly

    What model machine is this?







    Quote Originally Posted by Torontocnc View Post
    Good day,

    Voltage was good.

    No just some "Russian" looking characters.

    Motion mechanic still show the same errors.

    Parameter error 52 59
    ISP stack error 46 in 'drop'

    Thank you




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    Quote Originally Posted by MCPservice View Post
    What model machine is this?
    M204 from 2003



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    Default Re: Multicam not booting properly

    Would you happen to have a copy of your old parameter file?



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