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May 04, 2017, 01:35:14 PM
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I am new to the mining world.

I have spent a lot of time searching threads for any relevant material, but fruitless. Please excuse me though, if there is information already existing in the forum. I searched many different sub-topics.

Does anyone have a list of all the flashing sequences for the Spondoolies SP20e Yellow LED?

For example (and this is not accurate, but just recollection... if you start the device with no Ethernet/Internet connected,...
 you will see code 6...2....2....2....12, or something similar.

Right now, my SP20e is working. Connected successfully to a pool, and processing fine.

 I am seeing constant 9 flashes...... 9....9....9.....9....     I'd really like to understand what this code indicates.

But as well as the code above (all 9s), is there a more definitive list available?

Thanks, and happy mining!

(I have other questions, but will post later, if someone replies to this one and confirms that I am posting in the right place!!   Smiley    )
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May 04, 2017, 08:12:22 PM
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Maybe the Spondoolies Bitcointalk account may have some information, might want to pm him. I own one of those units and they're a puzzle to figure out, I didn't even know there were codes in the lights after you plugged em in. Thought they were just indicators and not actually blinking a code. Also, you're in the right spot, no worries.














 

 

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May 04, 2017, 11:15:31 PM
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Ah great! Thanks for the suggestion.

I tried the spondoolies website (now offline), but did not think of looking for a 'Spondoolies' account on this forum.

And i haven't spotted whether 'top posting' or 'bottom posting' a reply is acceptable, so again, steep learning curve, and am happy to hear back if there is an acceptable standard for top- or bottom-posting reply comments.

Thanks again.


Maybe the Spondoolies Bitcointalk account may have some information, might want to pm him. I own one of those units and they're a puzzle to figure out, I didn't even know there were codes in the lights after you plugged em in. Thought they were just indicators and not actually blinking a code. Also, you're in the right spot, no worries.
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May 05, 2017, 12:36:40 AM
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Ah great! Thanks for the suggestion.

I tried the spondoolies website (now offline), but did not think of looking for a 'Spondoolies' account on this forum.

And i haven't spotted whether 'top posting' or 'bottom posting' a reply is acceptable, so again, steep learning curve, and am happy to hear back if there is an acceptable standard for top- or bottom-posting reply comments.

Thanks again.


Maybe the Spondoolies Bitcointalk account may have some information, might want to pm him. I own one of those units and they're a puzzle to figure out, I didn't even know there were codes in the lights after you plugged em in. Thought they were just indicators and not actually blinking a code. Also, you're in the right spot, no worries.
No problem, bottom posting is done most of the time here. If you haven't found the account yet, the link's here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=295386

Company went bankrupt which is why the official site is down. Quite a shame since they were actually good competitors at the time to Bitmain, outclassing their S3 and S5 in terms of efficiency.














 

 

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