[time-nuts] How To Remove Bar Blocking PCBs in Austron 2100T Timing Receiver?

Brooke Clarke brooke at pacific.net
Fri Feb 4 16:52:14 EST 2005


Hi:

I figured it out.  After loosening the screw you need to press the 
smaller block sideways, then the larger block falls over.
But after cycling all the PCBs, this A1 (new) condition code receiver 
still shows a status message of "--EE---E" where the last "E" means not 
tracking, although the Tracking LED is constantly on (red).

Also at power up the RAM check (E1002048) and EPROM check (E-20) are 
normal, but the Time Of Day does not display and instead the above 
status message appears.  I have and antenna, and 1 MHz input (and have 
set the switch to 1 Mhz).

Am I missing something?

Have Fun,

Brooke
PS I think I have the C field set to within 1 small click on the 
FTS-4060/S24.  Maybe to within 1E-14, but need more time to know.

Brooke Clarke wrote:

> Hi:
>
> I would like to cycle all the PCBs in my Austron 2100T timing 
> receivers, but there's a white plastic block in front of the three 
> main boards.
> loosing the captive screw doesn't seem to do anything to help in 
> getting it out of the way.  How to remove it?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Brooke Clarke, N6GCE
>

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