Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 02 08:22:08 EST 2007 | realchunks
Wow, didn't know I had to be an "expert" to post here.
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 04 11:29:27 EST 2007 | fastek
Lars demands proof the battery was at fault and still insists that Chunks is no expert.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 22 09:47:18 EST 2006 | realchunks
Check your battery back up if you have it. If I remember correctly, you may have to manually switch your wiring to by pass a dead battery back-up.
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 30 00:24:41 EST 2006 | Lars
Of course there are a way to fix your problem. What is Your problem in detail after checking out all the previous "so called" experts? (No offends to you guys at SmtNet.com).
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 04 11:53:29 EST 2007 | samir
Hey Chunks, Come APEX time, I'd like to see your, uhm, "credentials" (*(wink* *wink*). Of course we still need to hit that Karaoke bar!
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 25 12:17:57 EST 2006 | KEN
first, does the recipe have the heat and conveyor boxes checked? If no then it does nothing. second, have you pressed the round green switch? third, are there any alarms in the alarm box? Do you have a controller link fail? Verify the cable is p
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 27 10:55:47 EST 2006 | SWAG
I don't know much about BTU but we had a very similar problem with a Conceptronics and it turned out to be one of the 120V power supplies. Our machine had two of them (the same as you would find in any PC). Easy to test them although they can be fl
Electronics Forum | Sat Dec 30 00:02:10 EST 2006 | Mats
Hi, A couple of another things is to check: * The cooling water supply (assuming that your oven has this feature). * The fans (Just open the hood and check if every fan, up & down is running). * Open the back panels: and you should see some "black"
Electronics Forum | Thu Jan 04 04:49:51 EST 2007 | geb
Thanks, Chunks. Your first post was correct, it turned out to be the battery. That is that problem solved. Unfortunately I have now got an error message saying Flux Management Failure. Is this just a coincidence? It sounds like something to do with t
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 22 09:19:11 EST 2006 | simonlee
Our VIP98 oven just refused to do anything this morning, no previous history of problems. Conveyor and heaters do not start up. None of the Solid State Relays in the back of the unit are operating, although we can make them switch by wiring up to t