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Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Thanks / Like Statistics Hottest Threads / Posts Forum Manufacturing Today CNC Machining Fanuc I have the parameters on a printout, but I don't know how to get from the Error screen that shows when it powers up to wherever you input the params. Does anyone know how to clear the RAM memory? Steve BaileyMarch 15th, 2005, 06:39 AMYour best bet would be to contact the machine builder.

I have all parameters & diagnostics backed up on the computer to reload. Also, I think I will copy the floppy to a DVD-rom while it is still readable. All rights reserved. RFQwork.com Manufacture Company Listing Employment Opportunity Machinist Feedback RFQ (Request for Quote) Australia RFQ's CANADA RFQ UK RFQ'S USA RFQ's Machinery Manual, Brochure / Photo Archives Machinery Manuals / Brochures Member

Thanks again. I just don't even know where to start. STAY CONNECTED Stay connected with us on Facebook. If you don't have a back up and they aren't documented, you'd have a real problem.

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Thanks again. When I power on I get alarm 998 ROM PARITY ERROR and can't do nothing, no screens nothing. The time now is 09:18 AM. Then I set up com port and reloaded parameters from floppy. (had to find a USB floppy drive.....

Register today. On the bright side, this was the nudge I needed to hook a cable up to my computer like the other machines, so now I have no excuse if I don't If no more 998 alarm after that, then you are in good shape, it is just a case of memory corrupt. Also, the connectors may not be identical.

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Correct the contents of the flash ROM having the displayed number. What's New? Physically they may match, but electrically you might encounter a parity problem. Home Fanuc Yasnac / Yaskawa Mitsubishi CNC Training Books Search (sites) Home » Fanuc alarm: 998 - ROM PARITY Fanuc CNC Machine Alarms / Error Codes Fanuc 0/00/0-mate Fanuc 0i Fanuc

Forum Archive Privacy Policy Contact Us Top Register Forum Login Help Largest Manufacturing Technology Community On The Web HOME FORUM Articles Videos Search Search Forum Discussions Search Articles & Videos Search Fanuc, Mitsubishi, Yaskawa, Siemens and CNC machinery OEM's. none of my computers even have floppies any more!?!?!) Soooooo, I am going to write all this down in case it ever happens again. These Fanuc alarm code applies to following Fanuc CNC controls    Fanuc 16i/18i Model A    Fanuc 16i/18i Model B    Fanuc 16iL Model A    Fanuc

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Fanuc software ROMs will have lable "0142" on them. Are you sure you want to continue?CANCELOKWe've moved you to where you read on your other device.Get the full title to continueGet the full title to continue reading from where you Register for the worlds largest manufacturing technology forum for free today to stay in the know.

Practical Machinist is the easiest way to learn new techniques, get answers quickly and discuss common challenges with your peers. Typically it means something like a DRAM module is loose. If can get rid of alarm 998 by doing so, it is a good sign but you are not completely out of the woods yet. It says that with a 911 error code you must clear the memory before you can reinstall the parameters (RAM).

Sorry, with I was more help. All rights reserved. Somebody knows what happend? had to hold cancel and reset buttons down while powering on, then engage e-stop before I could access params write enable (pwe).

Doing so will ofcourse clear all memory on the control. Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 01-08-2011,06:39 PM #1 Ed209 View Profile Be careful working on the board with the memory on it. Who should I call, Fanuc or Miyano.

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