When connecting xTool P2 with XCS, you may see a pop-up error message showing "Fan current too low" like the below:
Power off the machine before following this guide for troubleshooting.
Refer to this video tutorial to remove the casing of xTool P2: https://support.xtool.com/article/949
#1 Check for foreign objects or cable breakage
- Remove the smoke exhaust pipe.
- Use a 2.0mm hex screwdriver to remove the four screws fixing the fan cover as shown in Pic 1.
- Take out the cover and the fan as in Pic 2.
- Check for any foreign objects stuck in the blades. If found, remove them.
- Inspect the fan cable for signs of breakage. If any damage is found, get the fan replaced.
- If no abnormalities are found, put the fan back into the machine. Ensure correct installation with the white sticker facing outwards.
- Fit the sponge gasket into the cover.
- Place the fan cover back and install the four screws to secure the cover.
#2 Check the connecting cable
- Refer to the video tutorial in the note to remove the following external covers and plates:
- Rear plate;
- Rear upper cover;
- Front plate;
- Left plate;
- Left upper cover;
- Disconnect the fan from the cable.
- Get a multimeter and switch it to buzz mode.
- Place one probe on the cable connector, and the other on the main control board as demonstrated in Pic 4 to check the current flow in the cable.
- If the multimeter buzzes, the cable goes well.
- Otherwise, there may be no current flow through the cable and it needs replacement.
#3 Replace the Fan
- If none of the above works, the fan may be faulty and needs to be replaced.
- Get the fan replaced to check if it resolves the issue.