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Amanda laser head will not stay cen

Amanda laser head will not stay cen

Amanda laser head will not stay cen

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Amanda laser head will not stay centered.
Cut 7 gauge with no issues, changed the cut conditions to 035/444 and would not cut through material. I am suspect of skeleton cut
On 7 ga because it always happens during or after that but didn’t have any problems for months. The tip did not crash in any way tonight up to this point. Now it seems every time I touch this machine I have a problem.
The centering problem is not just just a hole not centered but a reflective “smiley face” on the side and reflected hole in the middle of the tape. I don’t know which way to turn for an correct adjustment.
Tip is new and the lens.
Any one have any ideas of would grateful.
I’m new to this forum, hopefully I’m in the place

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