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Re: power drops aprox 1 minute after start
It's the power supply, usually the fan of power supply run once it start normally, Replace the power supply. And try to turn on the unit.
Feel also some part of the mother board if they are hot like the heat sink the power supply casing do it when the power is off.
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Programming a New PIN Code: The standard PIN code can be changed following thesequence below: i) Type in to the keypad ** ii) Type in to the keypad the "existing PIN code" then * iii) Type in to the keypad 92 * "new PIN code" * "new PINcode" # Programming Remote Keys to the System: Remote keys can be added or removed to/from the systemfollowing the sequence below: i) Type in to the keypad ** ii) Type in to the keypad the "existing PIN code" then * iii) Type in to the keypad 91 * " the number of keys to beused" # iv) Press the first remote key button until bleep sounds,release and press next key. Continue until all keys have been taught to the system. Note the maximumnumber of keys is 4 and all keys required to operate the system must be taught during this operation- any key not included will no longer operate the system. Full Programming, Diagnostics and Features This section contains all the information that the dealersuse for programming and diagnosis of the Sigma M30 alarm system, using the MK1 keypadprogrammer.. Programming can also be carried out using a dealers CP1 programmer. MK1 Keypad Programming Introduction It is important the keypad buttons are not pressed tooquickly- Each time a button is pressed the LED on the keypad willflash once as confirmation. The next button should not be pressed before this confirmation. It is important the keypad buttons are not pressed tooslowly- When in programming mode, if a button is not pressed for aperiod of 10 seconds or more, the alarm will automatically exit programming mode. This will be confirmedby repeated flashes from LED on the keypad. You must wait until the LED stops flashing and then startagain. All programming functions are entered after typing * andthen the programming PIN code. The programming PIN code is 17856. To enter the programming PIN code, the alarm system mustfirst be armed and then disarmed using a valid remote key. (Or keypad using the PIN code) * 17856 * must then be entered within 30 seconds ofdisarming the system. This is then followed by a 2 digit function code, then another * and then sometimesoptional parameters as shown in the following tables. It is important to remember the * key is used to separatethe various parts of the code like this: * programming PIN code * function code * parameter #. The# key is pressed at the end of all sequences and is used like the "enter" key on a computer keyboard. Programming Features On or Off: Programming PIN Function Code Switch Code (where 0=off and 1=on) Function Default * 17856 * 00 * 0 or * 1 then # arm/disarm bleeps * 0 (off) * 17856 * 01 * 0 or * 1 then # door open warning bleeps *0 (off) * 17856 * 02 * 0 or * 1 then # auto-lock * 0 (off) * 17856 * 03 * 0 or * 1 then # auto-arm * 0 (off) * 17856 * 04 * 0 or * 1 then # auto-arm to include doorlocking * 0 (off) * 17856 * 05 * 0 or * 1 then # auto-rearm * 0 (off) * 17856 * 06 * 0 or * 1 then # engineer mode * 0 (off) * 17856 * 07 * 0 or * 1 then # hold-down remote key button= -ve output on wire 4 * 0 (off) * 17856 * 08 * 0 or * 1 then # hold-down remote key button = extends lock pulse * 0 (off) * 17856 * 09 * 0 or * 1 then # after disarm -ve output onwire 4 * 0 (off) Programming Timing Settings: Programming PIN Function Code Variable(s) Function Default * 17856 * 10 * 1 to * 30 then # stall to ignition on timein seconds 30 sec * 17856 * 11 * 1 to * 99 then # unset to ignition on timein seconds 30 sec * 17856 * 12 * 1 to * 99 then # panic time in seconds 05sec * 17856 * 13 * 1 to * 51 then # lock time in seconds (51gives two short pulses) 01 sec * 17856 * 14 * 1 to * 51 then # unlock time in seconds (51gives two short pulses) 01 sec * 17856 * 15 * 1 to * 99 then # settle time in seconds 15sec * 17856 * 16 * 1 to * 99 then # threshold setting time inseconds 15 sec * 17856 * 17 * 1 to * 99 then # auto arm time in seconds60 sec * 17856 * 18 * 1 to * 99 then # auto re-arm time and also-ve output time after disarm , on wire 4 (green/red) in seconds 60 sec Displaying System Diagnostics: The dashboard LED displays the value of settings as anumber of flashes. Programming PIN Function Code Function * 17856 * 30 then # time elapsed since last trigger (inminutes) * 17856 * 31 then # as * 30 above - but each flash = 256minutes * 17856 * 33 then # wire 7 (orange) ignition trigger count * 17856 * 34 then # wire 1 (blue) -ve door trigger count * 17856 * 35 then # wire 2 (blue/red) -ve boot triggercount * 17856 * 36 then # -ve bonnet switch trigger count (blacksingle wire on siren plug) * 17856 * 37 then # ultrasonic's trigger count * 17856 * 38 then # last trigger register (see tablebelow) * 17856 * 39 then # reset all above trigger counts to 0(zero) Setting Up Pre-set Programs: Keying in the following sequences on the keypad sets up afixed set of features, which can be used as a starting point for further tailoring: * 17856 * 80 # everything off, lock and unlock pulses 1second. * 17856 * 81 # as for * 80 above, with auto-rearm on. * 17856 * 82 # as for * 80 above, with auto-arm on. * 17856 * 83 # as for * 80 above, with auto-rearm andauto-arm on. * 17856 * 80 # Default setting configures the values shownin the previous tables 1, 2 and 3.
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The seals on the pump itself is probably leaking a little, enough to cause the pressure to drop slowly and eventually after a minute the pressure drop triggers the pump to activate momentarily to rectify the low pressure situation. The leak could of course also be elsewhere in the system, but then one should be able to spot it.
If you have a valid Win XP Pro CD and want to install the operating system you'll need to format your hard disk drive. If you have allot of data on you're hard disk drive, (In Win 2000) Suggest you create a second partition within the free space of you're hdd and install windows XP Pro. Boot you're system with the XP CD. Pay close attention to the display screens. Follow the instructions for creating a second partition.
Format the new partition. (Quick). Install windows XP on the new partition. Once completed you can copy your personal data to win XP.
If you choose to keep the win 2000 partition and you do not wish to have a dual boot system than remove/delete the root files from the 2000 partition. These files; Autoexec.bat and Boot.ini. You're new XP Boot.ini should read like this;
[boot loader] timeout=30 default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS [operating systems] multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\WINDOWS="Microsoft Windows XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /usepmtimer
Once you're satisfied an no longer need win 2000 use windows diskmgmt.msc from the run command to delete the win 2000 partition.
Win 2000 uses a FAT16 where Win XP uses the FAT NTFS.
F1-E1 - EEPROM Checksum Error - Disconnect power for at least 30 seconds and then reconnect. Allow at least a minute after power has been restored and if error code reappears, replace control board (clock).
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try this: turn key on, crank starter for 1 second, leave key on for 10 minutes. after 10 min. shut key off and repeat 3 times. (on second try, crank a sec. or so longer, the reprogram may take off right away. if not, repeat make sure battery is strong, key could be on for 1/2 hr. sometimes engaging emergency brake before key is turned on prevent daytime running lites to come on to save battery power (if equipped). been through it, thought i'd mention it
Start troubleshooting the problem by checking the physical layer (Plugs, Jacks, Cables). Replace them with known working equipment.
Once you have traced the line from your Cisco to each other end (through to ISP, and to network switch), then reset your error counters, by restarting the cisco.
Check the ethernet interfaces on the network switch and the Cisco. Make sure they are both set to Autonegotiate or both set to the same settings like 100mbs Full-duplex. If they are not communicating the same way lots of errors will be generated.
the following id taken from my own XP media centre laptop.
line 1 [boot loader] line 2 timeout=30 line 3 default=multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOWS line 4 [operating systems] line 5 multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(2)\WINDOWS="Windows XP Media Center Edition" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect
ignore the "line 1,2,3 etc" I added them for clarity the formatting in this answer pane messes up the last line.
also before you get to edit the start up file make sure that the default operating system listed is the sae as line 5 starting from the "