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Replacing 1/2" chuck with 1/4" chuck. How do you lock the motor down to complete the process?

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There should be a button somewhere on the machine to lock the shaft.

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Hi,
Here is the solution for your problem.
7,010.43: The printhead is stuck in the tilted position, or is not tilting properly over the CAM, due to problems with the process motor gearbox.
1. Reboot the system.
2. Did this correct the problem?
Go to Step 2. Complete.
2 1. Do the printhead lock arms rotate correctly? Go to Step 3. Repair or replace the lock arms.
3 1. Is there spilled ink around the printhead? Clean the print-head area.
Go to Step 4.
4 1.
Check the process gearbox for obstructions
or damaged.
4.2. Ensure the gears are correctly aligned and homed.
4.3. Verify the process shaft and drive module
shaft are at their home positions.
4.4. Did this correct the problem?
Complete. Go to Step 5.
5 1. Verify the headtilt gear will engage. You can
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Go to Step 6. Set the head tilt gear.
6 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Tilt Axis
Drive
test.
6.2. Did the test fail?
Replace the process gearbox.
Go to Step 7.
7 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Process
Motor
test.
7.2. Did the test fail?Replace the process motor.
Go to Step 8.
8 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Head
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Go to Step 9.
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Test.
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test.
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parts.

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Hi design811:
Here is your problem.
7,010.43: The printhead is stuck in the tilted position, or is not tilting properly over
the CAM, due to problems with the process motor gearbox.
1. Reboot the system.
2. Did this correct the problem?
Go to Step 2. Complete.
2 1. Do the printhead lock arms rotate correctly? Go to Step 3. Repair or
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arms.
3 1. Is there spilled ink around the printhead? Clean the
printhead area.
Go to Step 4.
4 1.
Check the process gearbox for obstructions
or damaged.
2. Ensure the gears are correctly aligned and
homed.
3. Verify the process shaft and drive module
shaft are at their home positions.
4. Did this correct the problem?
Complete. Go to Step 5.
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Go to Step 6. Set the headtilt
gear.
6 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Tilt Axis
Drive
test.
2. Did the test fail?
Replace the
process
gearbox.
Go to Step 7.
7 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Process
Motor
test.
2. Did the test fail?
Replace the
process motor.
Go to Step 8.
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Maintenance Wiper Clutch
test.
2. Did the test fail?
Replace the
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clutch.
Go to Step 9.
9 1. Ensure the wiper is properly aligned.
2. Use service diagnostics to run the Wiper
Drive
Test.
3. Did the test fail?
Go to Step 10. Replace the
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test.
2. Did the test fail?
Inspect the maintenance drive
system, replace any defective
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Hi sales1stsupp:
Here is your problem.

7,010.43: The printhead is stuck in the tilted position, or is not tilting properly over
the CAM, due to problems with the process motor gearbox.

1. Reboot the system.
2. Did this correct the problem?
Go to Step 2. Complete.
2 1. Do the printhead lock arms rotate correctly? Go to Step 3. Repair or
replace the lock
arms.
3 1. Is there spilled ink around the printhead? Clean the
printhead area.
Go to Step 4.
Check the process gearbox for obstructions
or damaged.
2. Ensure the gears are correctly aligned and
homed.
3. Verify the process shaft and drive module
shaft are at their home positions.
4. Did this correct the problem?
Complete. Go to Step 5.
5 1. Verify the headtilt gear will engage. You can
manually set the headtilt gear.
2. Is the gear engaged properly?
Go to Step 6. Set the headtilt
gear.
6 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Tilt Axis
Drive
test.
2. Did the test fail?
Replace the
process
gearbox.
Go to Step 7.
7 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Process
Motor
test.
2. Did the test fail?
Replace the
process motor.
Go to Step 8.
8 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Head
Maintenance Wiper Clutch
test.
2. Did the test fail?
Replace the
wiper drive
clutch.
Go to Step 9.
9 1. Ensure the wiper is properly aligned.
2. Use service diagnostics to run the Wiper
Drive
Test.
3. Did the test fail?
Go to Step 10. Replace the
exit module
assembly.
10 1. Use service diagnostics to run the Load
Maintenance Clutch
test.
2. Did the test fail?
Inspect the maintenance drive
system, replace any defective
parts
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