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first 4 channels, then 3, now 2 just stuck on and shows running fine


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Christmas_time_karl_UK

Merry Christmas Eve everyone,

first 4 channels, then 3, now 2 just stuck on and shows running fine....please help I am counting on loads of donations tonight!! Using a 16 Channel kit board from last year. Has been working fine loads.

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How do I do this? I also have 2 boards both 16's connected to each other. The problematic one is the first/master board connected to the pc

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Christmas_time_karl_UK wrote:

1 board, 16 channel kit brought summer 2006 worked fine last year and the past 23 days of this year


What Mountainwoman is asking is which model number is your board?

Cheers,
Charlie
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[align=left]From the trouble shooting guide: http://www.lightorama.com/Documents/Kit_Troubleshooting_Guide.pdf[/align]
[align=left] [/align]
[align=left]If you have a standard CTB16K, a standard CTB16KV6 or CTBKpcv1 make sure the reset jumper is[/align]
[align=left]installed on the large header near the LED. See the kit assembly manual for the correct position. If this[/align]
jumper is not installed on these board models, the board will continuously reset.



[align=left]Resetting a board (removes a stand alone sequence, removes high/low burn setting, corrects various other[/align]
[align=left]problems):[/align]
[align=left]• CTB16K/CTB16KV6 boards with Unit ID switches: power it off, set the switches to 00, power it on for a few[/align]
[align=left]seconds, the LED will flash twice, pause, flash twice, pause…, power it off and put the Unit ID switches[/align]
[align=left]back to 01.[/align]
[align=left]• CTB16K/CTB16KV6 boards without Unit ID switches: power it off, remove the jumper from J0, power it on[/align]
[align=left]for a few seconds, the LED will flash twice, pause, flash twice, pause…,, power it off and replace the[/align]
[align=left]jumper.[/align]
[align=left]• CTB16Kpcv1 boards: Power off, remove the jumper from second row of J0 pins, power on for a few[/align]
seconds, power off, replace jumper.

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That's better.

Power off the board, set unit ID on the switches to 00, power on for 10 seconds then power off again. Set the unit ID back to the correct position, then power back on.

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Mountainwxman wrote:

Push Eject wrote:
Mountainwoman


Thank you Charlie.:P

That sex change happened fast.:P


WHOOPS! LOL :D Dude, my apologies. Typo.

What the heck is "Mountainwxman" anyway?!

Charlie
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Christmas_time_karl_UK

Mountain Weather Man?

Okay so follow: [align=left]CTB16K/CTB16KV6 boards without Unit ID switches: power it off, remove the jumper from J0, power it on[/align]
[align=left]for a few seconds, the LED will flash twice, pause, flash twice, pause…,, power it off and replace the[/align]
[align=left]jumper.[/align][align=left]
[/align][align=left]Is this correct?
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Charlie... that's cool! Anytime I see you avitar, it makes me laugh.

Karl, if you don't have any ID switch dials, then you'll have to remove the jumper to reset the board. Just make certain you place it back on the correct pins.

Keep in mind, I'm flying by the seat of my pants. I only have 16D's that have dial switches on them.

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