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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-06-2014, 09:04 AM Thread Starter
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The computer in the Selco, a Dell, was displaying a fan error when the operator came and got me. I disconnected the PC, took it out of the enclosure, opened it up, used a computer vacuum to blow it out, I reseated the RAM while I was in there, closed it back up, and hooked it back up.

When we started the machine back up, it's displaying an error along the top of the screen saying "timeout D1". It's either a one or an I (eye). Not sure.

I made sure the serial cable is fully seated in the back of the PC. I do see a mix of red and green lights on the RS232 adapter. I'm not sure what they're supposed to be. Nothing I did should have messed with that part of it though.

What does the timeout message mean and where do I look to correct it?

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Nevermind...I just went back out and I guess the operator didn't have something else enabled and it's running fine. Please forgive the post. Thanks.
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Welcome to the forum Loddie. I'm glad you were able to fix the problem. I ran a beam saw once. I didn't learn much about troubleshooting it but it sure was fun to operate. We do have a pretty good group of CNC users here if other problems come up.

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Wow, its been a long time since I have heard a serial port referred to as RS232! In this case, since the computer was controlling a CNC panel saw, it was actually somewhat woodworking related.

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Thanks everyone for the warm welcome. As I'm just getting ready to go into training in September on our Como router, I'm sure I'll be on here again. Have a great day from Austin, TX!
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What was not enabled we are having the same problem?
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