I've been reading the manual on it, and the manual is about as useful as salt water to a fresh water fish. It starts with how the bolts and nuts work, then has a somewhat useful section on programming it to work with the hand controller, then goes on to troubleshooting for things like "Unit doesn't power on" (check transformers, ensure it is 230v single phase power, check circuit breakers... gee, I wouldn't have ever thought to check any of that) to error code (enter programming and make sure it is correct... insightful.)
So there are a few useful pieces, but the overall is pretty bad. Reminds me of a car manual. You know the type, "Put car in reverse, then hit the gas to go backwards." Why are manuals so bad? I suppose they expect us to just toss them aside anyway, but surely the first manual ever written they expected would be used. I'm sure it was a letdown, and nobody has ever read the directions since. Someday, they'll hire someone that can speak the language they're writing in fluently. Until then, the manual is just a waste of paper.
Well, at some point I'm sure we'll get this thing fixed again. Until then, we'll just wait 1/2 hour for the carousel to find "Home" and go from there.