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Analox o2eii issue

Discussion in 'Dive Equipment' started by phantomlurker, May 15, 2019.

  1. phantomlurker

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    Evening all
    My analox has started to exhibit strange behaviour. Switches on fine, and can adjust the calibration, however after about 10 seconds it switches off. It can switched back on again but will cycle off again after another 10 seconds. I presumed it was due to low battery so I have just changed this, but the odd behaviour hasn't changed.

    Has anyone else had this happen to their analyser?

    Cheers
    PL
     
  2. Wibble

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    Is it within warranty?

    Re-seat the O2 cell connections?
     
  3. phantomlurker

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    Not within warranty, bought off a FB group and has worked perfectly for 9 months. I installed a new cell when I got it so it shouldn't be that.

    I'll give reseating the connection a go. Thanks for the suggestion
     
  4. Wibble

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    Don't suppose you have the old cell? Try that?

    Just asking: you did change the battery to a good one - could be broken?
     
  5. phantomlurker

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    I don't have the old cell, that's long gone. The battery was brand new fresh out of the pack. Have tried reseating the cell connection but it has made no difference. Even happens when you use the "freeze" function to pause the display.
    I fear it may be FUBAR!
     
  6. Wibble

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    Worth just swapping the battery and making sure the connections are OK to it.

    Maybe unscrew the case and poke it a bit?
     
  7. Tel

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    It's clearly allergic to Scotland :) :) :)
     
  8. phantomlurker

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    Done the poke it a bit, screwdriver into the internals hasn't worked!

    @Tel not quite up north yet, this is pure southern drama!
     

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