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Power continually recycles

Power attempts to come up, but then drops and restarts.

Changed power cable. Measured voltage coming out of transformer box to ensure that it was +32VDC. Therefore I don't suspect the power adapter.




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  • bill_stewart Jul 02, 2009

    I tried the # - 6 option with the same results.

    Power still cycled.

    Thanks for the good suggestion, tho.

    I'm open for more help. Thanks in advance!

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