Hi. When I sent a picture of the wiring terminal that is above the Router Motor, to the Tec at the Motor Rewind Shop. He was drawn to the picture of the wires not matching up. Green to Green, Red to Red etc. I wonder if the wires are in the wrong positions and that is why the "diode or whatever' burned up so completely on the front of the board, and why the Router Motor was only running on two wires with no torque. So that being said, since General is no longer in business, could someone with a 40-915 XM1 I-Carver please post a picture of the wiring terminal above the Router Motor, the wiring terminal on the top left hand side of the Spindle Circuit Board and the wiring terminal on the lower right hand corner of the Spindle Circuit Board. So I can see what positions a functioning I-Carver's wires are supposed to be in when properly assembled.
The Tec at the Electronics shop said there was something definitely soldered to the front side of the Circuit Board between the two points in the bottom lower right hand corner of the Circuit Board. There was tiny burned up debris under the Circuit board behind the plastic cover when I took it off of the machine. Now it looks like a path where someone has burnt the bridge. Now I need to find out what that "Bridge" was that was soldered between those two points.
Please and Thank you.