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#151850 07/10/04 05:54 AM
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I have a discontinued 1232 analog system that is experiencing randomly, it will stop running. Upon arrival, I notice that the Power Supply and the voltage regulator are very warm to hot. If I power down and up, solves the problem until another day. I have replace the whole cabinet and Power Supply and regulator. Any suggestions. Could it be a a circuit board loading down the PS.

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#151851 07/10/04 09:48 AM
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What's is the exact model # ?
Are we talking about a 1232-10 or 123211D ?
It could be the voltage coming in also.
Is it properly ventilated ? it may be loaded with dust and needs a good cleaning, (on the inside) I would try a good UPS with true automatic voltage regulation.
You can still get parts for those old units but you would probably be better off replacing the control with a KX-TA 624.
The ups is a good investment regardles as you can always use it on a new control.
I would try a good cleaning and a UPS with AVR. [Linked Image from sundance-communications.com]

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System is alanolg not digital.

Enviroment not an issue. Office area.

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<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by phonman123:
System is alanolg not digital.
[Linked Image from sundance-communications.com]That's why I asked is it a 123210 or 123211D,there both the old Easa-phone analogs.
Enviroment not an issue. Office area.
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Put a good UPS on it, one with true AVR.
If that doesn't do it then change it.


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