the screen shows "CB", not C8. Stands for Circuit Breaker. This means you have overloaded your Power Probe 3 and the internal thermal fuse has blown. You can simply reset it by pushing the button on the right hand side of the Power Probe.
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this will not tell you if probe is reading correctly, display is just converter and calculator, probe is the one that measures and supplies result. If you have 3458A you have access to lab equipment and should ask someone how to calibrate this
Set the Time & Date The clock and calendar are utilized to time stamp history records and other data, so it is important to set the time and date soon after you power on the display unit. Set the Time 1. Press the "up arrow" or "down arrow" buttons until "SET CLOCK?" is displayed on the Selectable Category part of the display unit. 2. Press the "SET" button to set the clock. 3. Press the "up arrow" or "down arrow" to adjust the hour. Note the "AM" and "PM" indicators. 4. Press the "SET" button to confirm hour selection. 5. Press the "up arrow" or "down arrow" to adjust minutes. 6. Press the "SET" button to confirm minute selection. The clock is now set.
This is explanation on Error 6 from Service Manual: EEROM (A1U5) meter configuration corrupted or EEROM not initialized. At power up, A1U6 reads CRC from EEROM (A1U5) location, then reads configuration data from another location in EEROM, calculates an algorithm to compare to the CRC. If an error is determined, the meter configuration is set to factory default and Error 6 is displayed. You can find service manual with troubleshooting procedure here: http://www.fluke.com/Fluke/usen/Support/Manuals/default.htm?ProductId=56082
I tried this and it worked fine FACTORY RESTART: A Factory Reset will erase the connection between the Display and the Thermo-hygro sensor and allow a fresh connection to be re-established. It is recommended to have the display and all sensors 5-10 feet apart for this restart.
ENTER PROGRAM MENU Press and hold the SET button until you enter the program menu. Press and release the SET button until you see 'rES oFF' flashing.
FACTORY RESET ON Use the UP ARROW key or DOWN ARROW key to turn rES on.
CONFIRM & COUNTDOWN Press the SET key to confirm and a countdown timer will begin counting down from 127. When the timer displays dOnE, you must remove the batteries from the display for 10 minutes
REMOVE BATTERIES FROM THERMOHYGRO AND RAIN While the batteries are out of the display, also remove the batteries from the Thermo-hygro sensor and the Rain sensor. Wait 15 minutes.
GENTLY KEY THE WIND SENSOR Gently key the wind sensor one time to activate the sensor.
INSTALL BATTERIES INTO THERMOHYGO AND RAIN Insert fresh alkaline batteries into the Thermohygro sensor and Rain sensor make sure to check polarity with the markings on the battery cover and inside the battery compartment. Wait 2 minutes.
INSTALL BATTERIES INTO DISPLAY: Insert fresh alkaline batteries into the Display. Make sure to check polarity with the markings inside the battery compartment 15 MINUTES: Wait 15 minutes for the outdoor weather data to display. If the outdoor data displays dashes after waiting for 15 minutes, repeat the steps of restart. AZ Road Runner