Well I was drilling holes in the column to mount my new DRO for my X3 mill. I had a wood backplate clamped between the sheetmetal and the speed control to help keep chips from getting to the speed control. Well when the drill popped through, it slammed the wood backplate into the speed control. The power light lights up, everything seams to be fine except the motor will not run. The yellow fault won't light up no matter what unless I hit the red stop switch.
I am sure not paying nearly 200$ for a new board, guess It is time to knock the rust off my electronic technician skills. Anyone have a problem like this on their X3? Maybe I broke a trace on the pc board, hopefully that is it.