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Old 07-25-2018, 04:20 PM
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Default MTG2500 - Boot problem


I have MTG 2500 scanner which I use mostly for my Wrangler 4.0 1995.

It worked fine until tonight - when I hook it up to DLC it powers up, all pixels on LCD lit up and then it shuts down after 4-5 secs. If I reconnect to DLC immediately same thing happens but now it shuts down in 2 secs.

Battery is bad but as far as I know battery is not used once scanner is connected to DLC. If I unplug battery I get the same symptoms.

I have multiple primary cartridges, so I don't think this is issue with cartridge since every one used to work fine before.

Any tips? Did anyone had issue like this before?
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