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January 02, 2021, 01:24:58 AM

Thanks man. I tried unplugging the hash board and control board connector and wiggling it a few times and well it worked. My neighbor who is a retired engineer taught me this trick. He has fixed a few things in my house by simply flicking them with his finger tips. I tried this method twice with no luck but the third time i wiggled the connections it worked and all three boards are running. Hope this helps someone else.

Yes the constant vibration of fans can loosen things. Nice fix.

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January 03, 2021, 07:25:43 PM

Interesting, I have a T2T and T3 with dead hashbaord might give this whirl soon.

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January 03, 2021, 07:46:43 PM

I've encountered something similar: traffic light controllers (which is a big part of my day job) with a bad lamp switch board.
The lamp switch board was disassembled, and then it's connector was cleaned and rubbed with connection grease.
After that the board was put back in to the controller, and tadah' it was working ok again.  Grin

(these are the mysteries of the ITC-2 controller)

The connections are always worth a while to check, when problems occur.

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