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    Default SQT 10MS no monitor or hyraulics

    Having issue with SQT 10MS
    sitting 2 months turned it on and nothing but 3 red sets of lights and no hydraulics.
    Replaced battery last summer
    T32-3 Control.
    Where should I start?

    Thanks Gus

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    I would start with re-initialising the control and get some charge into the batteries and go from there.

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    monitor doesn't go on

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    Quote Originally Posted by blgmachine View Post
    monitor doesn't go on
    Before or after re-initialising. You don't need the monitor to r-initialise

    Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc. Page 1 of 3
    Purpose:
    The purpose of this procedure is to reinitialize and reload data back into a T32 control.
    Overview:
    This procedure will go through reinitializing the control by dip switch settings. Next we will input the parameters. Lastly we will format and load the rest of the data.
    Tools Needed:
    • Small flat-head screwdriver
    Instructions:
    I. Clearing RAM Memory
    A. Power Off the control.
    B. On the MC116 set dip switches 1 and 3 to the right.
    C. Power On the control.
    D. The two green LED's on the MC116 will turn on, then off and then on again. (The lights may turn on and off real quickly. Wait at least 30 seconds before going to the next step.)
    E. Power Off the control.
    F. Set dip switches 1 and 3 back to the left.
    II. Loading of Parameters by EPROM
    A. Power On the control. (Numerous alarms are expected at this point.)
    B. Press [Param] soft key.
    C. Press third menu key from the right. (It is the same key that you press to get to parameters.)
    D. Type 1131 and press Input. (The area above that key will highlight if done correctly.)
    E. Press [Diagnostic] soft key.
    F. Press [Diagnostic Memory] soft key.
    G. Press [Memory EEPROM] soft key.
    H. Press the down arrow into the box next to EEPROM.
    I. Type 2 and then press Input.
    J. Press [Start] soft key.
    K. When the 2 changes to a 0 the parameters are put back into memory. This happens very quickly.
    L. Power Off the control.
    M. Power On the control.
    N. Verify the parameters with a hard copy. If parameter are zeros you need to input them in by hand. If the parameters are weird characters such as asterisks then you need to restart this procedure and instead of writing in parameters from EEPROM you need to hand type them
    III. Loading of Parameters by CMT
    A. Press [Param] soft key.
    B. Press [User] soft key.
    C. Press page down until you see parameter I1.
    D. Position cursor on parameter by using the down arrow.
    E. Change parameter I1 to a 2.
    F. Press Left green arrow soft key.
    G. Press [Program File] soft key.
    H. Press [CMT I/O] soft key.
    I. Press [Load CMT -> NC] soft key.
    J. Press [Param] soft key.
    K. Press 1 and press Input. (User Parameter should now have a 1 next to it.)
    L. Press 1 and press Input. (Machine Parameter should now have a 1 next to it.)
    M. Press [Start] soft key and the parameters should load from the CMT box. (If they do not load check you CMT box settings for a baud rate of 4800 and that the disk you have actually contains parameters.)
    IV. Formatting the Control
    A. Format part programs.
    1. Press [Program File] soft key.
    2. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    3. Type -9999 and press Input.
    B. Format EIA/ISO fixed cycles.
    1. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    2. Type .00 and press Input. (The program page should change to a different program screen. You can tell by looking at the number of files available to store.)
    3. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    4. Type -9999 and press Input.
    C. Format machine control programs.
    1. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    2. Type .01 and press Input. (The program page should change to a different program screen. You can tell by looking at the number of files available to store.)
    3. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    4. Type -9999 and press Input.
    D. Format part program layout info.
    1. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    2. Type .11 and press Input. (The program page should change to a different program screen. You can tell by looking at the number of files available to store.)
    3. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    4. Type -9999 and press Input.
    E. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    F. Type .10 and press Input. (The program page should change to a different program screen. You can tell by looking at the number of files available to store.)
    G. Press Left green menu key.
    H. Format Tool data.
    1. Press [Tool Data] soft key.
    2. Press [Tool Data 2] soft key.
    3. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    4. Type -9999 and press Input.
    I. Press Left green menu key.
    J. Format Tool offsets.
    1. Press [Tool Data] soft key.
    2. Press [Tool Offset] soft key.
    3. Press [All Erase] soft key.
    4. Type -9999 and press Input.
    K. Now you can reload all other data such as programs, tool data, etc…
    L. Power Off the control.
    M. Power On the control.
    N. If you receive alarm 218 do this.
    1. Turn the key switch for internal/external chucking to opposite position and back
    2. Then step on the footswitch to unclamp and clamp the chuck jaws.
    3. Power Off the control.
    4. Power On the control.
    5. The alarm should be gone
    Appendix:
    If you still have a 442 data renewal not allowed alarm check to make sure parameters O38-O47 are set correctly. If they are not, the format will not work correctly and this error will not disappear. Once O38-O47 are set correctly you need to format the program and tool data areas again.

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    I see you are everywhere

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    If there is a program protect key, it must NOT be in the protect position!
    When it is in protect, you can't get much beyond the clearing ram steps.

    Bill

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    you start with parameters list for this particular machine, only then ,you wonna try to do system recovery.


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