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andyd1963

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Strange MP1 display behaviour
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Hi All,

Anyone seen this before?

I have only just bought this unit, and MJMP kindly sold me a replacement 240V transformer for use in the UK.
Changed the transformer out today as per instructions, but upon powering up, the display was as in the picture.
I've probably powered the unit on/off around 10 times today, and nothing changes, even if I leave the unit on.
I emailed MJMP and he said it wasn't an error, but rather the CPU could be locked up.
Anyone had this issue, or seen one like it?

Thanks in advance for any support.
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andyd1963

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Re: Strange MP1 display behaviour
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Doh!
Ribbon cable misaligned when I reconnected it.
All good now.
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Harley Hexxe

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Re: Strange MP1 display behaviour
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Glad you figured that one out :thumb-up:

    Otherwise, I would have thought the MP-1 was trying to grow nipples :crazy:
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Re: Strange MP1 display behaviour
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Ah ok great !!!
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