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Sensotec 7000e fire alarm The general fault and power supply fault lights are continually flashing. Is this caused by requiring new batteries

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the alarm is there to warn you that the freezers not up to set tempature.. The reason as I see what you wrote would be a stuck or burnt out auto defrost timer motor. or the units got a leak in the refrigerant line??? good luck

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it is better to use the old power supply because it is compatible to your mother board

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SOURCE: Jag S Type won't start,alarm sounds lights flash fault messages

try taking the negative off the battery for 20 secs then put it back on and try it

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SOURCE: UPS has a fault. no power coming out back

change the battery and try

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