Hey all, Having some major issues that I can not seem to straight out. Picked up a used C-beam XL. Worked fine when I picked it up. Brought it home and started making an enclosure and rewire it. Now I am having some issues with the electronics. Quick run down- 120-240v ac power supply (running on 120v) to 0-48v dc 120-240v ac spindle power supply (running on 120v) to 0-100v dc HY-DIV268N-5a stepper driver (x4) NEMA 23 High torque (x4) Warp9td Usb Smooth Stepper to BreakOutBoard Mach3 Software Issues- First thing I wanted to test was spindle. Power supply is getting 120v but I can not get more then 4v out of it. The spindle spins very very slow. - I moved on to the steppers. Powered up and I can hear all the motors set. Used Mach3 and tried jogging the axis. I didnt notice how close the Z carrier was to the X end and I crashed the carrier, not hard but it burnt up the power supply(?) - Replaced the Power supply with new and was careful while jogging. It jogged fine for a few seconds then it all stopped. Power Supply seemed to have turned off. Unplugged from the wall, let it sit for a second and plugged it back in. Power supply now only showing 5v and the leds on the motor controllers are really dim. Took the power supply apart and everything looked fine inside, hooked it back up but only to one controller. Immediately started hearing crackling and seeing smoke form the controller. Took it off and shes cooked. Something is clearly wring but what? - Motor Power Supply has a ground terminal for the 120v and is internally grounded to the case. Spindle Power does not have a grounding terminal so I used a jumper from motor power supply to a mounting screw for the case on the spindle supply. So there is continuity between panel, cases and 120v ground wire. I sketched up a wire diagram in paint to help visualize the lay out. Hopefully it helps. Any help is appreciated. This is my first time playing with this all andI I really cant afford to burn up any more electronics.