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February 18, 2018, 04:54:10 PM
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Hi everybody ! I Have 10x Antminer S9 + 3x Antminer L3+...


Everthing was okay ... mining well and making money =)


Last morning I woke up ... 1 x antminer S9 are disconnected... Im trying to connect on is IP ... I cannot ... like if he is not connecter on internet ... im going in the basement ...  The green light on the ''normal'' don't flash anymore like any other Antminer ... So i disconnect other antminer try ot connect the cable tho the defective miner .. and connect the cable of the defective miner to the good miner ... defective miner don't connect ... the good one all good ...


What my option ? I try to ''reset'' the miner directly from the miner .. i pres ''IP REPORT'' too ... I disconnected the PSU ... wait 30 mins ... i restart the modem... Nothing work. The miner don't want connect on internet anymore

The miner have 2 months maximum ... The setup are very good always cold no dust.


Thank for your help.
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February 19, 2018, 04:40:49 PM
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Sounds like a controller failure. Disconnect the hashing card cables from that machines controller and power it up by itself. Try and factory reset it from there and see what you come up with.

Stop buying industrial miners, running them at home, and then complaining about the noise.
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