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How do i troubleshoot my first data fd100 terminal?

Terminal has been in storage for 3 years. It worked when taken out of service. It will not power up now (meaning that the screen is blank and no other indication of power on), however the FD10C keypad will power up when hooked to it.

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Select 6, then 3, then 1, then 1, then 4 is lower contrast, 5 is raise contrast, 6 is save. if you press 4 and it changes the screen keep using 4 and 5 to get to desired contrast press 6 to save. press clear 4 times to get to main screen. if this does not work, unplug power source and then wait 1 min and plug back in.
the terminal and pinpad are no longer supported and may not work properly since they are outdated.
visit firstdat.com/demos for additional help

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First data fd100 won't power up


  1. Make sure you push that tip fully into the side of the FD100 with your thumb (these are notorious for falling out- that's why they designed a clip on the back corner)
  2. Try a different power source (outlet)/surge protector (make sure its switch is ON/wall plug (different names for same objective) You'd be surprised how many of those can be faulty-EVEN IF other things are working that are connected to the same one, THAT particular one may be faulty, or it could be barely too much load, etc. etc.!!!.Very difficult to prove or trace this type of fault.
  3. Try a different power supply/ power cord/transformer (different names for same part) They can go out, sometimes from a surge, lighting, etc.
  4. If none of that solves it, I am afraid you may have a dead FD100 :(

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by reset are you wanting to erase the information in terminal or just reboot.

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check the power cables and the power source, make sure all are secure in place.
the terminal needs a power source that came with it, make sure you are using that one.
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Without doing the minimal setting test to see if a time clock works how do you test a time clock with defrost termination the x terminal


8145-20 is 240Volt defrost timer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-timers-and-manuals.html#8045

You are testing the 8145-20 timer.
The timer dial should rotate continuously. Trippers on dial rotate around. When they reach the trip switch, the timer starts the defrost cycle.
Terminal 3 has power during defrost cycle.
Terminal 4 has no power during defrost cycle.
With 240Volt timer, terminals 1 and 2 and N and X test for live power to ground at all times.

The limit switch is connected to terminal X and to terminal N.
During the defrost cycle, the limit switch measures the pressure or temperature.
When pressure or temperature reaches the set point, the limit switch closes the circuit and this trips the solenoid inside timer. The solenoid turns off the timer relay, and the defrost cycle ends.
At this point the timer turns off the defrost, and sends power to the refrigeration.
Terminal 3 has no power during refrigeration cycle. (The opposite of defrost cycle).
Terminal 4 has power during refrigeration cycle.
Test these terminals for power to ground. One or the other should have power at all times, but not both.

If timer will not enter defrost cycle, make sure the X-3596 trippers are not worn down.
Disconnect the wire to terminal X and see if defrost cycle will start.
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If I understand correctly, you are testing the terminals when timer turns ON?
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