MP40w quiet drive on battery backup mode reset. Help

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  1. lonewonderer

    lonewonderer Active Member

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    Hello, I just bought an MP40w QD from an online reefer. when I got it I tried to hard reset it to factory setting but it keeps on blinking green. Then I found on youtube that it was on battery backup mode. How do I reset this? need help please!
     

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    rainmaker Active Member R2R Supporter MTRCMember Partner Member 2018

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    You might check wetside make sure it turns free
     
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    lonewonderer Active Member

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    yes both MP40 wet side spins. I just cant change the mode. Its stuck to battery backup mode. I dont have a reeflink BTW
     
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    rainmaker Active Member R2R Supporter MTRCMember Partner Member 2018

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    And I would try plugging into different outlet also had one I couldn't get reset till I changed outlet
     
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    What do you mean change the outlet?
     
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    I had plunged into eb8 number 4 an could not get to hard reset changed to number 2 an works fine when I tryed back to 4 in began to flash again it can make a difference
     
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    I will try it.
     
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    rainmaker Active Member R2R Supporter MTRCMember Partner Member 2018

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    If you don't figure it out give ecotech support,a call tomorrow
     
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    Fixed it. I was using a wrong power supply. I accidentally used the power supply for my mp10 lol! All works now thanks!!
     
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    rainmaker Active Member R2R Supporter MTRCMember Partner Member 2018

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    So was a power problem like I said but different type
     
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    yup! so now we know. if the voltage of your MP40 is below 36v It will blink green.
     
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    That sounds about right
     
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