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700/92 selftest error message

 
shen Zhan
Occasional Contributor

700/92 selftest error message

I have a hp 700/92 terminal , today it selftest can't pass , display : PORT 1 ERROR #1 PRESS RETURN TO clear .if press RETURN , the terminal re-test and repeat this message . so I remove all connectors except Keyboard . but result is same .if it means this terminal should be scrapped ?
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melvyn burnard
Honored Contributor

Re: 700/92 selftest error message

If you have the unit under a service agreement, then get it repaired.
If not, it may cost too much and be cheaper to trash it.
Before going to that length, try seeing if you can set the terminal to use port2 to use that.It is a long time since I worked on one of these.
HTH
My house is the bank's, my money the wife's, But my opinions belong to me, not HP!
Patrick Wessel
Honored Contributor

Re: 700/92 selftest error message

This error is generated when the manufacturing self test is run and
there is not a loop back on the datacomm ports. The test is started by
pressing all at the same time. These
terminals can also "jump" into this test without actually pressing the
key sequence. The only way to clear the error and return to normal
operation is to turn the terminal off, press and hold down the "D" key,
and turn the terminal back on while holding the "D" key down for about
10 seconds.

If you can't solve it with a terminal reset... kiss the box good bye
There is no good troubleshooting with bad data
Patrick Wessel
Honored Contributor

Re: 700/92 selftest error message

This error is generated when the manufacturing self test is run and
there is not a loop back on the datacomm ports. The test is started by
pressing all at the same time. These
terminals can also "jump" into this test without actually pressing the
key sequence. The only way to clear the error and return to normal
operation is to turn the terminal off, press and hold down the "D" key,
and turn the terminal back on while holding the "D" key down for about
10 seconds.

If you can't solve it with a terminal reset... kiss the box good bye
There is no good troubleshooting with bad data
Patrick Wessel
Honored Contributor

Re: 700/92 selftest error message

This error is generated when the manufacturing self test is run and
there is not a loop back on the datacomm ports. The test is started by
pressing " " all at the same time. These
terminals can also "jump" into this test without actually pressing the
key sequence. The only way to clear the error and return to normal
operation is to turn the terminal off, press and hold down the "D" key,
and turn the terminal back on while holding the "D" key down for about
10 seconds.

If you can't solve it with a terminal reset... kiss the box good bye
There is no good troubleshooting with bad data
Patrick Wessel
Honored Contributor

Re: 700/92 selftest error message

This error is generated when the manufacturing self test is run and
there is not a loop back on the datacomm ports. The test is started by
pressing "ctrl" "l shift" "r shift" "return" all at the same time. These
terminals can also "jump" into this test without actually pressing the
key sequence. The only way to clear the error and return to normal
operation is to turn the terminal off, press and hold down the "D" key,
and turn the terminal back on while holding the "D" key down for about
10 seconds.

If you can't solve it with a terminal reset... kiss the box good bye
There is no good troubleshooting with bad data
Patrick Wessel
Honored Contributor

Re: 700/92 selftest error message

This error is generated when the manufacturing self test is run and there is not a loop back on the datacomm ports. The test is started by pressing all at the same time. These terminals can also "jump" into this test without actually pressing the key sequence. The only way to clear the error and return to normal operation is to turn the terminal off, press and hold down the "D" key,
and turn the terminal back on while holding the "D" key down for about 10 seconds.

If you can't solve it with a terminal reset... kiss the box good bye
There is no good troubleshooting with bad data
shen Zhan
Occasional Contributor

Re: 700/92 selftest error message

it can work now ,communication and display all normal . but if testing , errors message still displayed .any way, thanks for you help .
nothing is impossible