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What you were doing before this occurred: So as you may know my Carbonado Edged Energy Capacitor was fixed very recently. So I was happy about it and placed it in my dust farm. It was working perfectly fine, however after the server reset I came back to check it and the energy regulator showed -700-800J so I found out that one of my capacitor weren't working which was the Carbonado Edged Energy Capacitor again.
What you've lost (Only if you lost something) or what happened: My Carbonado Edged Energy Capacitor turned into a head again.
Location: My plot at gh-3: x:12448, y:63, z:12208
 

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10 of my output nodes and 1 of my Medium energy capacitor turned into a head too. I've placed them all in the same chest as the coordinate I mentioned in the report. I am not sure when they turned into heads as I was inactive for the past week.
 
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Well mine break befire I can even use them. So yeah idk..
Maybe a more manual one could work.
As the input nodes always break.
I think input nodes breaking from time to time isnt so bad at all, when i think of it sometimes as like it just says we can’t have everything running smoothly. And that stuff require a lot of maintenance. Such as dust farms, if it were like get dust farm and your all settled, its kind of far from over.

Other things are put into place, you need to have a lot of input nodes thats for one, 2 you should familiarize yourself with the channels, 3 you should be willing to fix all the input nodes. My factory usually loses a stack of input nodes per day and i use around 3 factories, some use less so i end up spending almost 2 and a half stack per day. Thats why I got a lot of dusts just lined up incase things like these happen.

But if your on a real budget, there is a quick way to minimize the loss of input nodes, using redstone + sf may minimize the cost, just will be more inconvinient and a bit slower to a point.

But thats just for me. Nodes/Heads didnt break as often as today. Just because now a lot of people use sf, more entities/armor stands are made therefore forcing to kill some in the process. Im not entirely sure how it works, but Im sure that it never happened this often. It use to never happened then to a month then to a week then to a day then now in less than 12 hours it can break. As sf gets more famous and more accessible to everyone, more problems arise and in the end only the people with the supplies and patience to manage these different sf machines end up surviving to continue maintaining them.
 
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