So I would open up the sides, clean it out, plug it in with the sides still open, and watch inside as it does the power on test. The errors do not tell you exactly what is wrong, they just give you a place to start looking. Installation is the reverse of the above. Turn one screw at a time to drag the hot-spot diagonally across the projected image. Aswell as the book telling me what every code a mac could ever have means. Do not know if it is the same for Smart Mac Thanks Don, it has cleared on resetting the fixture so not sure what the cause was, but the transformer was overheating this is probably what was causing the issues.
So the whole base of the fixture gets to a temperature where you can't touch the base. Lifting by the 2 black pins on the ends, pull the board partially out. Anyone on here who has done the service courses should be able to tell you how and or what parts you need. If nothing moves, then you have a whole heap of motor problems again, it could be anything in the motor chain, from drivers, to wiring, to stepper motors This post has been edited by mac. Remove the bottom row of 5 screws from both sides of the yoke base and lift off the yoke.
Begin by visually centering the effect with the lamp off. Remove the 4 nuts from the back of the control panel and remove the control panel. The new shell may be identified by the embossed Martin logo and by the number of ventilation slots over the lamp housing: the old shell has four slots 9 mm wide and the new shell has 6 slots 3 mm wide. Be careful not to get oil on the drive belt or other parts. Remove the screws holding the side profile at the fan end. The number is +45 70 200 201. Clean the bearing thoroughly before lubricating.
Center the hot-spot the brightest part of the image by using the three adjustment screws. Apply a few drops of oil to both slides. Unplug and remove the fan. To counterbalance the additional weight, two 3 mm thick steel plates are being fastened to the top and bottom of the lamp housing, just in front of the quarter-turn fasteners. The lamp must be properly adjusted before the alignment of the other effects can be adequately judged. Otherwise, damage to the motor drivers may occur. No other lubricant is approved for use.
The problem is fixed in software from version 1. If everything moves around but you still get the errors, then it is a sensor error - so either the sensor, the wiring to the sensors, the magnets on the wheels or the motherboard. Using either a controller or the control panel, turn on the lamp and focus the light on a flat surface. Then strike the lamp and focus the beam on a flat surface to confirm proper alignment. Tighten the set screw with a 2 mm Allen wrench. Tilt the head a few degrees until the second set screw is accessible. The adjustment procedure for the effect depends on its indexing method.
. Adjust if necessary and then tighten both set screws. Unplug remaining connectors and remove the board. Like already stated, the manual will be able to tell you what the fixture is saying. .
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