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  1. #1
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    Could anyone help:
    When I input an SP mode e.g. 48 (light) and try to save another value in SP 48, it works fine as long as I don't shut off the mashine.
    When I shut off the mashine and then on again it has jumped back to the old value.
    Thank you i advance for helping.



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    I think you must push the "#" button after entering a value.


  3. #3
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    push autoimage key after doing the procedure.


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    Thanks for your answers. I do know that you have to push the autoimagekey to save, but the problem is that it seems that the mashine only saves as long as it is on. As soon as I shut it down and then on, the old value is back in the memory.


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    tern off the 5 small micro swichs bihaid the machin


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    You can exceed the maximum lamp value for troubleshooting purposes only.

    Replace the drum and do a full PM.

    Regards,
    ?

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    does it happen to reset to 140v ? if so get battery replaced on main board/or put in new board.you will still need to do min of drum & dev but preferably full pm


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    I beg your problem?
    Battery?
    Main PCB?

    You know something Robert?

    Congratulations.
    I don't even think that good old Porky Pig would have suggested replacing the battery on the motherboard.

    Unless it was made by ECS or SOYO.
    Which it ain't.

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    HAD ONE AFEW REARS AGO IT WAS THE MAIN BOARD EVERY TIME YOU INPUT THE LAMP ETC IT WAS OK TILL YOU LEFT THE SP MODE THEN RESET WHEN YOU WENT BACK IN TIT HAD CHANGED


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    That's because you exceeded the maximum voltage.

    That's why we had to replace exposure lamps on FT5560's.

    Because rookie tech's like you were maxing out the lamp voltage instead of doing a proper f*cking job.

    Please excuse my Fr**ch.

    Hahaha.



    This message was edited by TransPost on 9-23-05 @ 9:04 AM

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