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Keyboard/mouse Not Functioning; Alarm Tones; Alarm Behavior; Fetal Recorder - Philips Avalon FM20 Service Manual

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7 Troubleshooting

Keyboard/Mouse Not Functioning

Keyboard/Mouse attached
directly to the monitor not

Alarm Tones

INOP Message Speaker
Alarm occurs but no alarm
sound is issued

Alarm Behavior

If your monitor did not alarm in the way in which the end user expected, please consult the Instructions for
Use for possible setup issues or configuration settings which could affect alarm behavior.

Fetal Recorder

Paper empty warning is
issued in the status line at
the bottom of the screen,
but paper is not out.
Possible Causes of
Keyboard/Mouse not
connected properly
Keyboard/Mouse defective Replace Keyboard/Mouse
PS/2 I/O board is not
properly plugged in
PS/2 I/O board defective
Possible Causes of
Speaker cable disconnected Reconnect speaker cable
is displayed
Speaker defective
Sound amplifier on Main
CPU Board defective
Volume set to 0
Speaker defective
Sound amplifier on Main
CPU Board defective
Possible Cause
Drawer is open.
Paper jam.
Paper sensor dirty.
Paper sensor defective.
Troubleshooting Guide
Failure Isolation and Remedy
Check cabling
Ensure the PS/2 I/O board is properly plugged in. If
necessary, remove the board and plug it in again.
Replace I/O board
Failure Isolation and Remedy
Replace speaker
Main CPU Board
Increase volume
Replace speaker
Main CPU Board
Corrective Action
Close the drawer.
Open the drawer, remove paper, tear off scrumpled
paper and re-load, or load a new pack of paper.
Close the drawer.
Clean paper sensor (see Chapter 6, "Testing and
Exchange paper sensor (see
Chapter 8, "Disassembly and Reassembly" and
Chapter 9, "Parts".


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