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Author Topic: Station Counter Control Box Problem  (Read 5807 times)

Offline browndav

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Station Counter Control Box Problem
« on: 07-07-2004 -- 02:21:56 »
Im having a problem with the 68D040031 programming device.  Its not working properly when using the channel C in analog attenuation.  It will work properly during digital attenuation checks on chanel C but doesn't work when in analog (x1, x10, x100).  While running through the channel C system check in the maintenance TO for it the display was not displaying the proper numbers while switching through the trigger level ranges.  We have a feeling its something simple like a loose wire or contact but all contacts seem to be in decent condition.  If anyone has seen this problem and can suggest a fix for the programming device please let me know.  Thanks.
David Brown

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Re: Station Counter Control Box Problem
« Reply #1 on: 10-30-2014 -- 12:35:47 »
What's happening?? I seem to have something here.

Offline Windkarban

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Re: Station Counter Control Box Problem
« Reply #2 on: 11-21-2014 -- 09:16:54 »
So now that you have to fix data. I am very curious.


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