Question about Thermal Dynamics CUTMASTER 81 Air Plasma Cutting System 460 Volt, 40181 Phase With SL60 75 Hand Torch With 20 Leads

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When we start cutting the sheet with the torch the flame blinks and red indicater (with name D29)glows on the pcb. what is the reason for this.

Cut master 52,3ph.

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