Electronics Forum | Mon Mar 09 16:09:38 EST 1998 | Dave Celestian
Check out some of the brokers on the internet. Look under "Used PCB Assembly Equipment". "Fastex" is one of the companies that sells used equip. There are quite a few. Make sure you get a warranty with whoever you pick...
Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 19:49:14 EDT 2020 | gabriel1blue
The machine doesn't have an option for F7 to enter the password. Sorry for that typo.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 20:14:44 EDT 2020 | gabriel1blue
See attached pictures. I can definitely wait until tomorrow.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 20:16:45 EDT 2020 | gabriel1blue
One more pic.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 15:43:18 EDT 2020 | ccouture
That brings me back, I haven't touched one of those in 15 years. But If I remember right, some of the control cards have rechargeable coin cell on board and they might be weak. Do you have access to Panasonic support?
Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 19:02:45 EDT 2020 | ccouture
"how to access hidden screen on MV2C chip shooter" first result took me here: https://smtnet.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=search_submit&searchstring=panasonic%20mv2&collection=site_forum&orderby=relevancy
Electronics Forum | Fri May 22 16:14:35 EDT 2020 | jdengler
It's been a long time since I worked on Panasonic machines. I might have them confused with another brand but check to see if you can have the dimensions in different units. If the machine is in inches and you loaded a file in mm I think it could g
Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 18:19:38 EDT 2020 | ccouture
here is how to access the secret screen: MV2-F,C: F8-F1-F7-SHIFT-M-V found it after googleing it. Hope it helps.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 18:53:47 EDT 2020 | gabriel1blue
How did you look for it in google? I tried I didn't get that info?
Electronics Forum | Thu May 21 19:54:00 EDT 2020 | ccouture
could you post a photo of the keypad of the MV2c? maybe that would jog my memory. I'm about to get off work, so I won't be able to answer before tomorrow.