goodboyr wrote: the software has addressed the one issue that actually bothered me which was the timer not working after a power off.
Johnlyn wrote:goodboyr wrote: the software has addressed the one issue that actually bothered me which was the timer not working after a power off.
Just curiouse because I have been impressed that the ridiculousely expensive V2 timer actually keeps all the information following power off. Your's didn't?
chas wrote:Factory reset did clear my errant "E" problem. Of course I had to reset all the defaults again.
With that done I did a quick check using the Scace device and the group temp set to 94C. For perhaps the last 1/3 of the shot the Scace temp had settled about 92C and the displayed group temp had dropped to 92C. So I entered a +2C offset. Looks like that will do it if you do two flushes first after not using the machine for a while.
I still need to do a lot more testing to decide whether +2C (+4F) will be right on or whether +1C (+2F) will be good enough. At the very least moving to 1.17 with 0 offset should give a much better result that 0 offset and any of the earlier SW versions.
fiddlefadel wrote:Chas, I'm having the same E notice issue that you had. I'm running 20 amp with no firmware updates. How do I find the reset function?
goodboyr wrote:Here's a video of whats happening. It starts during the warmup. Things look ok till about 195 deg and then it gets crazy.
Dream Temperature Display Problem
goodboyr wrote:I've found that the "READ/WRITE" function actually works and will save and restore your settings so that you don't have to re enter following a reset. I used it during my attempts to solve my temp sensor issue. Just remember the words are backwards. "Read" is used to read and store the machine settings. You do this before the reset. "Write" is used to restore the settings after the reset.
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