I have a question for any Panasonic CM 402/602 users. We run Cree XPE/XPG/XPC LED's on our machines, and have struggled for years with the lights sticking in our nozzles. We have two types, I believe both designed by Cree, one picks the light up by the dome, and one goes over the dome to the base. The problem is the machine cannot break the vacuum or blow off the lights on either one every time. We will get a vacuum thick error check...remove part by hand..etc. some days are worse than others. We have checked our humidity in the machines,(25-35%)checked for static build up(0%). We can increase the air for the vacuum break, which is relatively successful but can wreak havoc with other parts. Anyone out there running the same nozzle type/LED's having seen this and how did you fix it? At the present time we are trying to "dry the LED's as it seems the silicon dome's are stickier than others. And yes we are trying to get Cree to help sort this out. Thanks
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