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Why does Lift not work?

Dear all,we have newly installed Bruker Ascend 600 with Sample Jet. Last month, we had a compressor error and NMR was out of order. This week I try to revive our spectrometer, it seems everything ok except LIFT. after 'ej' I do not hear any sound indicating any change in gas flow, the same after 'ij' When changing gas flow in VTU from e.g. 300lph to 500 lph, system reacts and the change is visible in gas flow monitoring and also noticeble with fingers over hole. However, after 'ej' I see only minor changes in gas flow..Do you have any idea what to do? I will be very thankfull



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