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    Default Zero Point return

    Mori Seiki NL 2000 battery failure. I replace the batteries but now I have nc alarm z71.
    how do I fix this issue. The x axis and y axis data is lost. I've aligned the arrows for the x,y,z axis but I don't know what's next.
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    Default Re: Zero Point return

    What kind of control is on the machine?

    Stevo
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