Stage does not move (Axis 1: Motor Not Enabled)

Stage does not move (Axis 1: Motor Not Enabled)

In the case where the stage does not move when "Up" or "Down" are clicked, it is likely that the stage has been turned OFF.
To turn the stage back ON, click "Enable Axis" or "Enable Axes" in the "Manual Controls" window.
Stages will automatically turn OFF if a load cell is overloaded. For example, during calibration or testing.

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