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    Need Help! Fanuc Alarm 1400, 607, 613, 9004

    Machine: 2008 Sharp SV-2412
    Control: Fanuc Oi Mate-MC

    Alarms: 1400 SPINDLE ALARM
    607 X AXIS:CNV. SINGLE PHASE FAILURE
    613 X AXIS:CNV. SINGLE PHASE FAILURE
    607 Y AXIS:CNV. SINGLE PHASE FAILURE
    613 Y AXIS:CNV. SINGLE PHASE FAILURE
    607 Z AXIS:CNV. SINGLE PHASE FAILURE
    613 Z AXIS:CNV. SINGLE PHASE FAILURE
    9004 SPN 1 :INPUT FUSE/POWER FAULT

    I boot up normally, get the 607 and 613 codes, then after maybe 20 seconds a breaker trips and I get the 9004 code. The servo drive has a normal status until the 9004 code trips, then the LED on the servo drive gives ALARM 04.

    Any thoughts on how to diagnose this? I was making chips last night, nothing out of the ordinary. I power up this morning and this is what I get.
    Thanks for any advice,
    Max

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    Re: Need Help! Fanuc Alarm 1400, 607, 613, 9004

    Here's a video of what happens after I click off the E-Stop. As soon as I turn off E-Stop, the control tries to send power to servos etc and then I get alarms 1400, 607, 613. After about 20-30 seconds the breaker/switch pops and I get Alarm 9004. The popping switch scared me a little bit lol
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMI6sbZCBKI


    Here's a video of the servo unit. Is the sound coming from the box normal? It's made that sound since I purchased it a couple months ago.

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    Re: Need Help! Fanuc Alarm 1400, 607, 613, 9004

    This is a common issue within the power supply section of that unit. If you would like to give us (Tri Star CNC Services) a call at 815-578-9145 we can discuss it further.

    https://www.tristarcnc.com
    We offer free phone support to help you troubleshoot
    815-578-9145

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxWeber View Post
    Here's a video of what happens after I click off the E-Stop. As soon as I turn off E-Stop, the control tries to send power to servos etc and then I get alarms 1400, 607, 613. After about 20-30 seconds the breaker/switch pops and I get Alarm 9004. The popping switch scared me a little bit lol
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMI6sbZCBKI


    Here's a video of the servo unit. Is the sound coming from the box normal? It's made that sound since I purchased it a couple months ago.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuMQ01gzoBc
    Hello sir ,I'm also facing the same issue please help me with a video clip

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    Re: Need Help! Fanuc Alarm 1400, 607, 613, 9004

    Im having the same issue to with the same alarms. How can i fix this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noelantonio View Post
    Im having the same issue to with the same alarms. How can i fix this.
    It ended up being a bad power supply board that had to be reworked. TriStar CNC performed the repair. Some bad resistors on the dc circuit close to the lugs.

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    Re: Need Help! Fanuc Alarm 1400, 607, 613, 9004

    Im having the same issue to with the same alarms. How can i fix this.

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    Re: Need Help! Fanuc Alarm 1400, 607, 613, 9004

    Ok so,
    Is that board is removable and can be fix by them or just need a new one?

    Also , what do you mean by the Lugs?

    Thanks

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