Trouble getting unit to operate properly !!??
Ok, I have this unit md# Huminiod B -21. over the past three years the unit has been showing signs of speratic operation, I have check with manufacture and was adviced to re-boot the operating system. My only problem is I don't have the right size conection tool. Standard residential adapters are no longer avalable for this model.
We've changed energy sourse several times, no good. Other specialest have worked with the unit and they did not get any better results.........
So what do ya do with a Huminoid B-21 that does not respond to programing. Its foot print is growing in lower section of the building, would like to see the unit relocated to allow better access, and operation for other specialest.
I have delt whit the unit since it was installed. it is only recently that I am having so much trouble with it.
Any takers ???? !!!!!
Now this tread may get me in trouble, but I figure its time for little difrent angle of things, just because I am alive and it seems like some thing to do to relive my stress level......... and in my condition, relieving stress is very good for me...........
any one figure out what this pondering old man is blabbing about ?????
Replace R482 on the MB with a 12K-20K potentiometer set to 13.3K ohms. Reflash BIOS with ver 1.628.81. After you reflash, reboot system with poteniometer set to 15.3K ohms. And your good to go, Now leave the pot alone, and for God's sake don't monkey with the software.
You sure 15.3k will do ?? I was looking at jumoing it up to at leat 25.4k. I think that will get me past the dead band from 21.9k to 23.7k.
Thanks for imput, I'll haev to check my software version, I may be running an old version.........
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Originally Posted by SkullMonkey
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Originally Posted by Mongo and me
I feel better now, carry on.