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ldk-24 random resetting

ldk-24 random resetting

ldk-24 random resetting

(OP)
i have a nexer ldk-24 that randomly resets itself, sometimes locks up and needs to be unplugged to reset it then works fine any ideas system is:


ldk 24 ver 3.0Eb FEB/06
BFBE2
DSIB8
DTIB8
WTIBE (REV 1.4 SW1 OFF SW2 ON SW3 ON SW4 OFF)CLCOB4
BRIB2          ALL SWITCES (4) ON
VMIBE2 VER1.4
VOIU8
ADSLU A
MPBE2 (REV 1.2)

(thanks to doktor for previous help)

regards adrian dunbar

RE: ldk-24 random resetting

What are the settings on the processorboard (switches)..?

///doktor

RE: ldk-24 random resetting

Try to take out the boards that are not in use, like your ADSLU? Maybe the power supply is a bit overloaded.

///doktor

RE: ldk-24 random resetting

(OP)
hi doktor the switches are:

 sw1 is in the on position
 sw2 123 are on 4 is off

tis is the same as on the previous system, this morning it was cycling every ten mins so i have removed all not in current use ie adsl voib and serial board seems to be holding now if this carries on i will re-introduce one at a time to see if that works

regards adrian

RE: ldk-24 random resetting

Please check the power supply in the botton of the Nexer.
There exists a big black capacitor in the middle of the printed circuit board of the PSU.
If the top plate of this capacitor is "flat" it is OK, but if it "bubbles" up, then this could be the problem.
 

///doktor

RE: ldk-24 random resetting

Your settings of the switches;
sw1 is in the on position
sw2 123 are on 4 is off

are OK.

///doktor

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