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Ovusa Posted - 07/22/2020 : 13:11:48
Hi Guys
My unit has been working fine for 2 months since I got it, showing readings from 13 CPM to 30 CPM. Since few days ago it started reading 380 CPM and then it goes back to normal. I pulled out an old unit and readings are normal when I get the spikes in my 500+
What can I do to fix my 500+? Any adjustments? Thanks for your help
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EmfDev Posted - 07/22/2020 : 15:07:42
Hi Ovusa, can you check which CPM is going nuts by turning on Tube 1 and 2 CPM display under Main Menu->Init Setup->Tube settings? This is to check which tube is reading high.

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