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SOURCE: verifone vx 510 bad rtc chip please reboot

verefone the terminal has a problem in the display shows bad rtc chip, as I can compose for it functioning properly again?

Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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The "RTC chip" is an integrated circuit that provides the R(eal) T(ime) C(lock) functionality. If your device cannot keep the correct date & time, it's time to replace it.

To reboot, turn the device off, and then remove the battery.
Wait 60 seconds, reinsert the battery, and turn the device on.

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

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RTC is the Real Time Clock or the Modem within the terminal. This error means that the device is failing and would need to be replaced at some point. To resolve you would need to powercycle many times in a row until the screen with show "TAMPERED", then it will go to the Sale, Refund, Void screen and you can run transactions. This error will arise in the future. RTC error cannot be resolved for good. Thank You!

Posted on Jun 17, 2011

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Error cannot be resolved. The internal memory is failing.You can try a powercycle about 5 to 25 times in a row. Powercycle is removing the power cord and plugging right back in to the terminal. RTC = Real Time Clock, cannot be fixed, replacement device will be needed if the powercycle option does not work.

Posted on Jul 15, 2011

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bad RTC can be repaired. the machine is equipped with multiple sensors inside. if one of them goes bad, tamperring or bad RTC board will come up. call (775)358-2922 look and maybe we can help you. thanks

Posted on Oct 13, 2011

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