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Warco GH1224VS lathe

Warco GH1224VS lathe

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I brought a 1224VS lathe along time ago now and has really been good. I have just brought a VSE mill and have had a shuffle around to make it all fit cleaned the mill then the lathe as I thought it was a good time to do so the trouble stuck, the lathe would only run a 2000rpm and I thought it could be the knob control but now its jumps backwards and forward not a good sign has anyone or now how to reset the panel as this may be the problem, warco have no instruction in there manual about this set up? I have been playing so may have made it worse.

Edited By: youngblood
May-29-17 16:38:06

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Re: Warco GH1224VS lathe

When you cleaned it down did you use a compressed airline? if so you may have blown metal swarf into the electronic board. t sounds like you have got a short circuit in the controller.

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Re: Warco GH1224VS lathe

Had the lathe apart and think it was the E stop sticking all good now thank you.

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