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Octel 250

Octel 250

Octel 250

replaced fan/pwr unit still won't start only have a the v1 light
I have power comming out of the back at 27 VDC  
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RE: Octel 250

Need more info on this one. You replaced the fan and a power unit? On a 250 they are separate units. Do you only have one in the tray?  

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RE: Octel 250

Hi i have found that the fuse on the inside of the back plane was blown now the flt cards wont load and i have no alarms on the system when i go into menu 4 the are no ports and i can asign them

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syatem reads that it is uploading cards and takes 20 min before it fails

RE: Octel 250

do you know what the dip switch on the ccf card is for i have on that has them on on and one all off?
which is the proper way

RE: Octel 250

all resolved  

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