Call Anytime! (704) 910-0341 or email us: sterilizerrepair@yahoo.com

Parts Phone-in Orders (704) 910-0341

Pelton Crane (refurbed)
Harvey (refurbed)
Video

We have many instructional and sales videos

  • Tuttenauer

    Tuttenauer

  • Cox

    Cox

  • Scican

    Scican

  • Pelton

    Pelton

  • All_ American

    All_ American

  • Prestige

    Prestige

  • Sterident

    Sterident

Troubleshoot - Midmark_Ritter - M3 (pg 2)

Problem Display / Symptom Probable Cause Check Correction
C544: Sterilize Mode C544: STERILIZE MODE STEAM TEMP HIGH ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON During Sterilization Mode, steam temperature rises to a point greater than or equal to the set point + 8° F. Steam not being released from chamber. Check for obstruction in plastic tube connecting unit to external condensing tank. Unkink plastic tube, remove obstruction, or replace.
Check copper coil in external condensing tank for blockage or damage. Clear obstruction or replace copper coil.
Check vent port in chamber for blockage. Check filter for blockage. Clear obstruction in vent port. Clean or replace filter.
Check vent valve for blockage. Put unit into Service Diagnostics and check vent valve operation. Clean or replace vent valve.
Chamber temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Clean or replace chamber temperature sensor.
Boiler temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Replace boiler temperature sensor.
PC Board is not processing temperature input(s) properly. Verify boiler and chamber temperature sensors are working properly. Replace PC board, if necessary.
C560: Power Up Mode C561: Select Mode C562: Close Mode C563: Heatup Mode C564: Sterilize Mode C565: Vent Mode C566: Open Mode C567: Dry Mode C56X: XXXX MODE STEAM TEMP HARDWARE ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON A/D converter on PC Board reports a steam temperature input value outside the normal limits. Chamber temperature sensor disconnected from PC Board. Check chamber temperature sensor wire connection at J11 on PC board. Secure wire connection.
Chamber temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Clean or replace chamber temperature sensor.
PC Board is not processing temperature input(s) properly Verify chamber temperature sensor is working properly. Replace PC board, if necessary.
C570: Power Up Mode C571: Select Mode C572: Close Mode C573: Heatup Mode C574: Sterilize Mode C575: Vent Mode C576: Open Mode C577: Dry Mode C57X: XXXX MODE STEAM TEMP OVER LIMIT ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON Steam temperature greater than 285° F (140.6° C)  

 

Problem Display / Symptom Probable Cause Check Correction
C570: Power Up Mode C571: Select Mode C572: Close Mode C573: Heatup Mode C574: Sterilize Mode C575: Vent Mode C576: Open Mode C577: Dry Mode (Continued) C57X: XXXX MODE STEAM TEMP OVER LIMIT ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON Steam temperature is greater than 285° F (140.6° C) Chamber temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Clean or replace chamber temperature sensor.
Boiler temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Replace boiler temperature sensor.
PC Board is not processing temperature input(s) properly. Verify boiler and chamber temperature sensors are working properly. Replace PC board, if necessary.
C633: Heatup Mode C633: HEATUP MODE PRESSURE LOW ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON During Heatup Mode, the first vent valve open operation has to occur within 10 minutes. Low water in reservoir Check water level in reservoir. Fill reservoir with distilled water.
Low water in reservoir not caught by a C23x error. Refer to: I/O Test Water Level /External Tank Display Screen. Replace water level sensor.
Water pump not primed. Refer to: Water pump priming instructions. Prime water pump.
Steam leakage. Refer to: Five point leak check. Repair steam leak.
Chamber temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Clean or replace chamber temperature sensor.
Boiler temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Replace boiler temperature sensor.
Boiler not functioning properly. Refer to: Service Diagnostics Boiler Test. Replace boiler, if necessary.
Pressure transducer tubing damaged or disconnected. Inspect copper & neoprene tubing from chamber to pressure transducer. Repair or replace tubing, if necessary.
PC Board malfuctioning. Varify that there are no other ways that pressure could not be transmitted from chamber to pressure transducer. Replace PC board, if necessay.
C641: Select Mode C642: Close Mode C645: Vent Mode C646: Open Mode C647: Dry Mode C64X: XXXX MODE PRESSURE HIGH ITEMS NOT STERILE PUSH STOP TO RESTART The gauge pressure in the chamber is greater than 2.0 PSIg (13.8 kPag) when it should be near zero. Steam not being released from chamber. Check for obstruction in plastic tube connecting unit to external condensing tank Unkink plastic tube, remove obstruction, or replace.
Check copper coil in external condensing tank for blockage or damage. Clear obstruction or replace copper coil.
Check vent port in chamber for blockage. Check filter for blockage. Clear obstruction in vent port. Clean or replace filter.
Check vent valve for blockage. Put unit into Service Diagnostics and check vent valve operation. Clean or replace vent valve.
Pressure is being read abnormally high by pressure transducer. Refer to: Service Diagnostics Chamber Pressure Display Screen. Replace PC board, if necessary.

 

Problem Display / Symptom Probable Cause Check Correction
C660: Power Up Mode C661: Select Mode C662: Close Mode C663: Heatup Mode C664: Sterilize Mode C665: Vent Mode C666: Open Mode C667: Dry Mode C66X: XXXX MODE PRESSURE HARDWARE ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON A/D converter reports a gauge pressure input value outside the normal limits. Electrical interruption. If error is intermittant. None. Ignore code.
PC Board malfunctioning. If error is persistant, then a problem exist. Replace PC board, if necessary.
C670: Power Up Mode C671: Select Mode C672: Close Mode C673: Heatup Mode C674: Sterilize Mode C675: Vent Mode C676: Open Mode C677: Dry Mode C67X XXXX MODE PRESSURE OVER LIMIT ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON Gauge chamber pressure greater than 40 PSI (275.8 kPa) Steam not being released from chamber. Check for obstruction in plastic tube connecting unit to external condensing tank Unkink plastic tube, remove obstruction, or replace.
Check copper coil in external condensing tank for blockage or damage. Clear obstruction or replace copper coil.
Check vent port in chamber for blockage. Check filter for blockage. Clear obstruction in vent port. Clean or replace filter.
Check vent valve for blockage. Put unit into Service Diagnostics and check vent valve operation. Clean or replace vent valve.
Chamber temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Clean or replace chamber temperature sensor.
Boiler temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Replace boiler temperature sensor.
PC Board is not processing temperature input(s) properly. Verify temperature sensors are working properly. Replace PC board, if necessary.
C760: Power Up Mode C761: Select Mode C762: Close Mode C763: Heatup Mode C764: Sterilize Mode C765: Vent Mode C766: Open Mode C767: Dry Mode C76X: XXXX MODE BOILER TEMP HARDWARE ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON A/D converter reports boiler temperature input value outside the normal limits. Boiler temperature sensor disconnected at PC board. Check for loose or broken wire connections at J10 on PC board. Secure wire connections.
Boiler temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Replace boiler temperature sensor.
Boiler not functioning properly. Refer to: Service Diagnostics Boiler Test. Replace boiler if necessary.
PC Board is not processing temperature input(s) properly. Verify boiler temperature sensor is working properly. Replace PC board, if necessary.

 

Problem Display / Symptom Probable Cause Check Correction
C770: Power Up Mode C771: Select Mode C772: Close Mode C773: Heatup Mode C774: Sterilize Mode C775: Vent Mode C776: Open Mode C777: Dry Mode C77X: XXXX MODE BOILER TEMP OVER LIMIT ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON Boiler temperature is greater than 340° F (171.1° C) Steam not being released from chamber. Check for obstruction in plastic tube connecting unit to external condensing tank Unkink plastic tube, remove obstruction, or replace.
Check copper coil in external condensing tank for blockage or damage. Clear obstruction or replace copper coil.
Check vent port in chamber for blockage. Check filter for blockage. Clear obstruction in vent port. Clean or replace filter.
Check vent valve for blockage. Put unit into Service Diagnostics and check vent valve operation. Clean or replace vent valve.
Boiler temperature sensor disconnected at PC board. Check for loose or broken wire connections at J10 on PC board. Secure wire connections.
Boiler temperature sensor not functioning properly. Refer to: Temperature Sensor Resistance Test. Replace boiler temperature sensor.
PC Board is not processing temperature input(s) properly Verify boiler temperature sensors is working properly. Replace PC board, if necessary.
C860: Power Up Mode C861: Select Mode C862: Close Mode C863: Heatup Mode C864: Sterilize Mode C865: Vent Mode C866: Open Mode C867: Dry Mode C86X: XXXX MODE DRYER TEMP HARDWARE ITEMS NOT STERILE TURN POWER OFF/ON A/D converter reports a dry heater temperature input value outside the normal limits. Dry heater(s) disconnected from PC board. Check dry heater connections at J7 & J8 on PC board. Secure heater connections.
Dry heaters malfunctioning. Put unit into Service Diagnostics and verify heater operation. If the condition persist, contact Midmark Technical Service Department.
Dry heater (s) sensing circuit on PC Board malfunctioning.   If the condition persist, contact Midmark Technical Service Department.

 

(page 1, 3)

Powered By OpenCart
Sterilizer Autoclave Solutions © 2017