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Old 08-03-2017, 05:12 AM
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OK just seeing if anyone has had same issue and how to solve it

Recently had two RG1131B receivers become faulty within 24 hrs of each other, when the system is powered up one of the blue lights keeps flashing on the receiver, different one on each receiver, both satellites are working fine (blue constant light), anyone any idea's as to what the problem may be please ??

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Old 07-08-2019, 08:13 PM
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Hi, im not experiencing that problem, but my reciecer seems to get fairly warm to hot after a few minutes of power. Have you or anyone else jad thos problem, or is it mormal for this receiver.

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Old 11-08-2019, 04:00 AM
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Thumbs up RG1131B - blinking are still fully operational

Originally Posted by lozza1965 View Post
OK just seeing if anyone has had same issue and how to solve it

Recently had two RG1131B receivers become faulty within 24 hrs of each other, when the system is powered up one of the blue lights keeps flashing on the receiver, different one on each receiver, both satellites are working fine (blue constant light), anyone any idea's as to what the problem may be please ??

laurie
Hi, this is very common situation. If someone continously several times turns of and on the transmiter this fault happens. It concerns only communication led and do not influence for working parameters of the receiver. Blinking of this led gives only information that the connection were lost - unfortunately this information not dissapears (deleting this blinking is only possible when the software is reload).
Such receivers are not spoiled, they still have full operational parameters.
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