Metalcaster wrote:It is critical to put the x motor back in the exact original position. Probably when you put the new motor in, you may have turned the motor 1 or 2 screw holes over.. The 6 retaining screws are spaced evenly, so that can easily happen. to fix, go back to original instructions if you have them, other wise, move the motor 1 screw over and test until the tray stops correctly
24kgold wrote:I have the same question. I ordered a new X axis motor. I assume installation instructions will come with it. If not, when I affix the top arm onto the motor shaft, what position should the arm be in when I tighten the allen screws? Should the tray be engaged into the sensor at the end or should the tray be all the way to the left? Thanks.
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