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I have problem on Dinamap Procare 300...when I switch on this machine ...the display show 930 error....how to solve it?

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SOURCE: Dinamap ProCare 300 error 'E13' displayed.

E13 indicates the battery is too low. The reason this occurs when you press 'inflate" is due to the battery being low and the inflation pump requiring more power to start the process. Make sure your green charge light is illuminated when plugged into AC (most likely it isn't). Check your power connections first: power cord to brick connection and barrel connector to Dinamap connection. If you pressed those in and still no charge light, replace the power cord, if still unsuccessful you'll have to buy a new power brick.

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