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    Lives in Nottingham(ish), United Kingdom. Last Activity: 09-03-2013 Has been a member for 7-8 years. Has a total post count of 55. Received thanks 2 times, giving thanks to others 2 times.
    I bought a Seig CQ6230B/910 lathe & a couple of years ago it went 'POP' & let all the smoke out. Since then it's just been sat there laughing at me.

    I've wired it up with a temp power supply but it only works if I manually operate one of the contactors.

    On the basis that me & elecktrickery don't get on very well at all, is there anyone in the Nott's/Derbys area who would care to have a poke & prod on my behalf?

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    Hi Chas

    Do you have any wiring diagrams for your lathe?

    Where in Notts are you?

    Andy

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    Lives in Nottingham(ish), United Kingdom. Last Activity: 09-03-2013 Has been a member for 7-8 years. Has a total post count of 55. Received thanks 2 times, giving thanks to others 2 times.
    Quote Originally Posted by audioandy View Post
    Hi Chas

    Do you have any wiring diagrams for your lathe?

    Where in Notts are you?

    Andy
    Yes, got the Chinglish manual but sadly no scanner.

    I'm near Ripley, 10mins from Jnc 26/27.

    I need to source a new power supply that will fit in the cabinet & possibly a replacement contactor. I don't know where to even start looking for the correct ones?

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    I'm at Junc 28 so not far away, don't mind nipping over and having a look sometime.
    PM me your phone number I will give you a ring to arrange a time.

    Andy

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    Lives in Nottingham(ish), United Kingdom. Last Activity: 09-03-2013 Has been a member for 7-8 years. Has a total post count of 55. Received thanks 2 times, giving thanks to others 2 times.
    Much obliged & PM sent.

    Errmmm, that's not your photo as an avatar is it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chas View Post
    Much obliged & PM sent.

    Errmmm, that's not your photo as an avatar is it ?
    No don't be daft it my identical brother!

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