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Troubleshooting
Please refer to these in solving them.

Troubles after turning on the power

Power on
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Power not supplied pic_trouble_01 ・Power supplied? Power check
・Power cable disconnected or not inserted? Power cable check
・Fuse blown? Fuse check
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CPU lamp off pic_trouble_02 CPU board error Please inquire a manufacturer for further assistance
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Error displayed pic_trouble_01 Please inquire a manufacturer for further assistance

If the tester unit test produces a Fail judgment

Fail pic_trouble_01 Fail Possible leak inside the tester
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Test again with longer pressurization time pic_trouble_02 Leak rate decreases Possible deterioration or wear inside the pneumatic circuit, or foreign contaminant -> Collected repair
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Fail pic_trouble_01 Fail Collected repair
Notes
*Check that the pilot air is correctly supplied. (Air-operated valve models)
*Check with the drift correction etc. set to OFF.
*Some models may detect the stop valve being closed and report it as an error. (See user’s manual)

If the tester unit test produces a Pass judgment

Pass pic_trouble_01 Pass Possible leaks in tubing and tooling outside the tester, deterioration of masking rubber , etc.
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Are there any problems with the tooling or tubing? Check seals for deterioration and wear Try replacing masking rubber, O-rings, and other consumable parts
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Are there any problems with WORK?
Try with another WORK
pic_trouble_02 Pass Possible effect of temperature etc.
Fail
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Check again with longer pressurization time pic_trouble_02 Leak rate decreases Possible deformation of tooling or WORK
No change in leak Possible leaks in tooling or tubing