Yes I do. PLA likes an open chamber and a cooler bed (about 50C). ABS is the exact opposite. Hot and stagnant is best for ABS. I suspect that the new ZMorph 2.0SX is a better machine for ABS because of the new clear, outer shell they have installed.
EDIT: Though, we are printing with ABS all the time using the 2.0S model. SX is only an improvement on top of the 2.0S model. I assume, like with all products we at JEC make, each newer model performs the same task as the previous model, but is more stream-lined or efficient in how it operates. These 'newer' products may also perform additional tasks to aid the end-user.
I suggest using an Acetone/ABS-based liquid solution to prepare your bed beforehand. I have a detailed recipe with additional information included in these forums. For small prints (5cm diameters at most) I'd recommend an ABS Juice solution. For longer, larger prints, I recommend using a slurry solution. Here is the link.
EDIT: There are other techniques and practices available. But we have found that this best suits us. Some of our prints are smaller, but we have been known to have a multi-day print from time to time.
As each machine is tested prior to shipping, I don't suspect you received a non-tested printer. Could a part(s) have gone bad? Sure. Totally plausible. I recommend following the steps in my previous post first. Report back your findings. We can decide what to do next after that point.