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  1. Ricardo

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    2D124D8C-1FF8-4353-A202-22BCFC851AC4.jpeg key #20 is working but in the console it doesn’t tell me where I’m at. I have to go to the fountain and see where I’m at. Any idea? I’m running a Heidelberg 102 zp 1994 cptronic
     
  2. junker1984

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    Feedback from the potentiometer? It’s odd, though, because Ive always been of the belief that if the pot fails, the key shouldn’t respond.
     
  3. Ricardo

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    I know. It is weird. I have swapped the potentiometer and the motor also from another key and it the same problem.
     
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    I’m going to take a stab at it and say it’s originating at MWE or MOT.
     
  5. Ricardo

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    MWE MOT????? What do you mean by that?
     
  6. junker1984

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    Printed circuit boards, in CPC cabinet.
     
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    Do you understand there’s a calibration procedure for pot and motor to work properly?
     
  8. Ricardo

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    I know what are you talking about but don’t know how to do it.
     

  9. junker1984

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    Disregard my comment re. the boards. It would be wise to inform, in your message, actions taken prior to inquiring how to fix a problem.
     
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