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    Default Urgent problem with spectrum 2050

    I am having a problem with my spectrum 2050 it seems to think its overheating the moment I turn it on. Is there a fuse or circuit breaker inside that might have blown. Any help would be appreciated.

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    It's a failed gun, wires shorted in the torch conduit.

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    I thought that was it originally so I swapped it with another torch I have and it is still doing the same thing the only difference is the other torch dosent recognize when the cup is disassembled so I figured that one is bad. Im starting to assume that I need to take it in and have it checked out.

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    Your new torch is missing the saftey circuit, so not no new.....

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    Default Urgent problem with spectrum 2050

    Well I guess this is one of the main problems with inheriting a slightly neglected set of machines ill just take it to a shop and have it gone thru mabey I can trade it in along with my XMT and get a synchrowave

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