If it was done the very first time chances are it wasn’t your fault. Most likely a product default..
But you could have been running it way to high as well, what was your voltage settings? Another thing could be that the machine wasn’t built properly so it wasn’t grounding and caused a short. What material is your frame made out of? Does it have rubber spacers to avoid wire contact with the frame itself?
Check the wiring on your machine. There shouldn’t be any bare wires touching the frame, if there is it could fry everything because it creates a short. Also check your capacitor, it could be rated high or something…
Do you have any pics of your setup?
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