Well that went gone
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(10-27-2022, 11:48 PM)iclark Wrote: Have you tried reaching out to the folks that sold you the lathe? Sorry, but it has been long enough ago that I do not remember the name of the person from that company who used to post their sales here in SnS.

It was Tools Plus.

After all these weeks and sending over 25 emails I found a new one on Ebay.  Powermatic still has not replied even after 4 more emails to them.  I really do not think I will ever do business with them again even if I had to buy another machine.
It is always the right time, to do the right thing.

Hi, I'm Arlin's proud wife! His brain trma & meds-give memory probs and has pain from injuries, but all is well materially & financially.  
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(10-28-2022, 05:14 AM)JIMB49 Wrote: Arlin 
 Have you tried Trouble shooting your control this doc Green  has some steps 
might want to give a try

https://www.docgreenwoodturner.com/articles.html

Jim

I am sorry to say but stuff like that is way beyond me anymore.  I did contact a place that does that work and they need a $70 deposit even if they find it does not work.

I did write everything down where all the wires went tho. 
Yes  I had to pat myself on the back for remembering that. 
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I had to 
Slap myself.  The business Myers Electric no longer makes house calls and all I was thinking is hauling the whole thing over there and that was not going to happen.

Then after a few weeks and sitting in my chair I remembered the head stock came off and I could just bring that.  Boy that would have saved time and money and worry about what I was going to do.  I should have the whole thing done by this friday or next monday. 
Crazy
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