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Old 05-09-2017, 06:06 AM
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Maybe also try removing the main cable and just plug into the AC Adapter and turn it on.( to eliminate chance that internally damaged wires within the cable as a possible cause?)
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That's the best information in this thread Joe.
Thanks Crusty. I try to be helpful one or two times every year. :-)
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Thanks Crusty. I try to be helpful one or two times every year. :-)
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Old 05-13-2017, 05:23 AM
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Maybe also try removing the main cable and just plug into the AC Adapter and turn it on.( to eliminate chance that internally damaged wires within the cable as a possible cause?)
Hi witsend, this is how I was trying as it has no battery, I might, ( if I get ' 5 ' minutes time, try it on a vehicle with just the data link cable.

There is no possibility of the cable being defective as it is brand new and works great on my Solus, Modis & MTG2500 Scanner.

If Snap On had a circuit diagram, it would make much more sense as I am a ( deep breath ) Radio, Television, Satellite, Video & Audio Technician who retrained as a Vehicle Technician, who for fun in my ' spare ' time, repairs cell phones, tablets, laptops and pc's as well as upgrading laptops and pc's and building pc's too; so this is not difficult, just awkward with nothing to read or study circuit wise.
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That's the best information in this thread Joe.
To be honest, I would not send it to Snap On as that would exponentially increase the value imbued in the Solus Pro without increasing any return, plus if I did find a circuit diagram or layout, I can repair it myself.
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have you checked the beep code list in the Solus pro manual?
page 71 in solus pro manual

Low internal battery turn on Six long beeps
Low internal battery shutdown Extra long beep
Short beep = 80 ms, long beep = 100 ms, extra long beep = 1000 ms

I would have posted a snipped image but have not learned how on this forum, yet.
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