Tough one to describe to you. At times, the unit goes into what I call a "self-generating loop".
The cursor flies around the screen causing it to scroll/shift all by itself, plus menus appear/disappear. It's like having a ghost operating the device at high speed with things moving all over the place. During this time you cannot interrupt what's happening with the stylus or a screen press as it is moving so fast. I have to reset or go ionto standby then power up again.
It can go into and out of the "loop" with no discernable pattern that I have been able to identify. I've tried hard resets but that makes little difference.
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Electrical safety is the main concern and if the unit is a dwelling or a workspace it is important to comply with local safety regulations applicable to the unit.
In addition to the above you should read the generator operating manual thoroughly. Few generators are intended for extended use and increased maintenance might be needed. Some generators require a safety earth or ground fitting for some applications, such as using with metal bodied single insulated tools. Certainly an rcd safety device should be included to protect users of the power generated.
You don't describe the generator at all. If it is a portable generator it will be fitted with power outlets so a connection can easily be made. A suitable cable should be hard-wired into the electrical distribution board of the unit and a suitable isolator switch provided. Depending where you are the unit electrical wiring might not be simple and straightforward as expected and it is important it is connected correctly and made compatible with the generator. A local electrician would be advisable....
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If we assume for the moment, that the internals of the generator are all ok. This problem is usually caused by not running the unit on load for a long time, a year for instance. During this time the residual magnetism in the field coils will slowly decay. When the unit is running the field coils control the power generated by the main windings. The higher the excitation voltage in the field coils, the higher the voltage generated by the main windings. The field coils are controlled by their magnets which, once a voltage has been generated, they will then self excite themselves. However, if all of the magnetism has decayed then the field coils cannot generated because they have no excitation to start them off. What you need to do is to find the field coil windings and while the unit is running with a load plugged in to it, you need to flash a voltage across the field coils.this will excite the field coils, part of that is used to do whats called self-excitation, honest...it is. If you do this then a 12 volt car battery is a sensible thing to use for a power supply. But, as soon as the field coils start to self-excite then that voltage will increase far beyond 12 vo9lts. That is why you need a good size load connected, As the unit starts to generate then that load will alert you to remove the temporary supply, if you leave it connected the battery acid would rapidly boil and it can split the battery cases. That is why it's called 'flashing' it up. Once generating it wants leaving for a good hour, If that does not produce results then the fault is deeper and requires testing by a qualified engineer.
Press cursor-left (marked with a one-handed clock). Use cursor-up/down to select "ON". Press the shutter-release button halfway to focus and set the exposure, then press it the rest of the way down to start the self-timer.
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Fortunately, from what you have described, the unit is working as it should. But, the frequency that it's occurring is what I think you're concerned about.
If you are operating the Dehumidifier Mode along with the Cooling Mode, this will generate more water in the tank and require more frequent draining. Running the Dehumidifier and the AC (Cool) at the same time is not recommended. It reduces the cooling capacity of the AC Mode and generates heat in the room. And, as you already know, more water.
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If you check the wire A4 which connects the bridge to the current
selector switch, make sure the connections are clean and tight. The
sense wire parallels it and dirty connections on A4 can make more
current flow through the sense wire than normal.
It is also possible the current sensor may be faulty, or has a bad connection, or is even seeing transient spikes from brush noise. The sensor connects to terminals 3 and 4 of J2 the 4 terminal connector on PCB1. And looks like a plastic and metal donut The sense loop for welding is supposed to be a single loop through and the generator sense should be 3 loops through.
This is a tough one. sounds to me like you have a bad driver. if you press f8 repeatedly at the beginning of boot before windows starts up, windows should give you a choice to start in 'safemode'.
Safemode doesnt load any drivers from your manufacturer.
The tough part is finding the culprit.
I suggest removing all the drivers in safemode and then reboot, and install one driver at a time till you get the error again.
If you need to change drivers while in windows normal mode you can get to the device manager by right clicking my computer and selecting properties with a left click. this will open a section with tabs, one of the tabs will have the device manager button on it.