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First of all make sure that there is voltage to the (spin) main motor , if not the program controller is faulty and must be checked for failure of the driver/relay.
If voltage is present and the motor does not work check the motor capacitor. If not the motor can be faulty. check for any mechanical jamming as you must manually turn the motor for a spin. If not reset the spindle shaft and drive.

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