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Question: Do you know of any technical support for the 220 Volt VFD you sell? I can't find any help on it.

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If you need technical support for the 220V VFD, you can ask the specific question on the customer service section of the website. Link below:
https://buildyourcnc.com/CustomerService.aspx

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    If you have further questions, please enter your question here by submitting additional information.

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    12: Display automatic multisegment run step and time. I haven't delved into this one either, but it won't show RPM.

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