Travel pilot E2 - unable to calibrate, either auto or manual.
I ahve had installed a new Travel Pilot E2. When I read the manual about calibrating it states the ignition must be off, switch on the set, press menu for 2 seconds plus, scroll to installation,ok, auto calibration, ok, drive for 3-10 miles and the percentage strip will eventually rise to 100%.
When I start the engine the screen claers and then comes back on with either radio or cd readout. I have tried setting up with the engine already running but after several miles it still shows 0%. Hav ealso tried manual calibration with the same results.
Blaupunkt told me to ignore the instruction manual where it clearly says set up without ignition, then start the engine ??
I don't have the speed pulse connected because I was told this wasn't necessary, could this be the problem?
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The thermostat is out of calibration and the hi-limit may be as well. I could give you instructions on calibrating the thermostat but the hi-limit is not adjustable at all. The hi-limit cuts off the burners and pilot in the event that the unit gets close to the flash point of the cooking oil. It should not cut out until 400-425 so either the fryer is occaisionally getting a lot hotter than you think or the hi-limit has gotten weak due to the erratic operation of the thermostat. I would recommend that you change both the thermostat and the hi-limit.
E21or E2 1 means the treadmill is not picking up a speed signal once the start key is pressed. First, determine if the motor is turning before you get the E2 1 or not. If the motor turns, the speed sensor is the most likely problem. If it does not, you can manually turn the belt with your feet before you get the E2 1 and you should get a speed reading but eventually you will get an error code because it is almost impossible to keep the speed constant enough for the computer. Try running it through calibration with the motor cover removed. their is Tech sheet under the hood and it will explain how to do the calibration
You should set this axis up first as a rudder in FSX settings, then calibrate it. Make sure you hav the latest drivers for it too. Make sure that Auto-rudder check box is unticked. I hope this helps, good luck
I have the same issue - it Shows "E2" on the time Display...
I already checked the Speed sensor and inclination potentiometer and both are OK... Moreover, I found that EEPROM Memory (Microchip 93LC46) is broken (reads "00"). After replacing it, I Need a way to reset / recalibrate the treadmill. I found on some Forums that there shall be a key combination (Speed+ & Start / Stop or similar) but None works for me. Could you please (if available) post the User Manual page describing the calibration entry? Or, maybe, advice a way to calibrate the 1050? Even the EEPROM Content (I guess the it is an issue) will be really helpful. Thank you in advance,
Set t/stat to 250 degrees. If it does not shut off after about 5 minutes, replace t/stat.If shuts off, must be calibrated Pilot may be dirty, flame weak. If flame strong, replace thermopile(pilot generator). If weak, must remove and clean pilot orifice inside pilot.
pilot sensing device should have tip in the flame only, calibration of thermostat possible with butto removed, if standing pilot is going out possible thermocouple or pilot generator or gas valve bad! could also be a safety hi limit opening in control circuit if has one?
Certain functions need to be calibrated. The altimeter and the Meteo are tied together. When a customer gets the watch, they should calibrate to either the Meteo or Altimeter. The easiest way to find out the altitude of the nearest airport (you can usually get this on line) and then go to the airport and adjust the watch. This will also calibrate the Meteo.
To calibrate the Altimeter: 1. Activate Crystal 2. Press Altimeter 3. Press and hold top + button until the watch beeps and display flashes. 4. Use + and – buttons to adjust altitude 5. Press center of dial to lock in.