- Sep 20, 2008
Been off the Forum a few days.... Hot and busy asIt has me 100% baffled - what I am seeing just makes no sense logically :confused
I thought about the wires and sometimes twisting the wires and/or the female plug around does seem to make the error jump in and out. Then the next time it won't. I plan on replacing the wires and plug anyway to see if that makes a difference. Just need the time to drop in to an electronics store and buy the plug.
I was debating whether to mention my latest observation for fear of being labelled as ......... (take your pick - crazy, on drugs, drunk, all three). But hey, why not. This morning I plugged it in and got the error. Then simply having my hand near the system would make the error go away until I removed my hand. Yes, near. Not touching. I repeated it over and over again to ensure it wasn't coincidence. Then reboot and doesn't do it anymore.
I am going to try and make a video of this so people don't think I'm mad.
We've been breaking High Heat records for almost
a week now...
Going to finally drop to seasonal temps tomorrow...
There is one other thing that can cause the "Overflow"
error. That is a broken or intermittent connection between
the LaserBee II OEM and the Thermopile Sensor Head.
Either way... By the info you supplied in PM...your
LaserBee OEM calibration has been reset to the
Factory Default and is no longer Calibrated correctly.
You may get a reading... but it will NOT be accurate.