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WISE 2086 - Error Codes

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by Zoidius, Oct 24, 2011.

  1. Zoidius

    Zoidius Regular Member

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    My WISE 2086 tensioner has just started flashing a 5 whenever i switch it on, anyone have any idea what that error code means? :confused:

    Unfortunately it's well beyond the two year warranty and I'm based in the UK so I'm not sure where I can get it fixed, anyone have experience of UK WISE repairs/servicing?

    I'm be interested if anyone knows what the various error codes on these machines mean if anyone has a link or something?
     
  2. maa2003

    maa2003 Regular Member

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    unfortunately, you have to send yours to get servicing. you can contact www.watdon.co.uk since they are official distributor for Wise2086 in UK.

    error 5 : cell zero

    you can not do self-servicing since it needs a computer, special adapter and program to do it.
     
  3. Zoidius

    Zoidius Regular Member

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    Thanks for the reply maa2003, I've contacted the helpful people at Watdon and have arranged for it to be repaired.
     
  4. Big Smash Jim

    Big Smash Jim Regular Member

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    Mine too is displaying code 5 it pulls fast then pulls slow and doesn't give two beeps to confirm tension reached. It is all boxed up and ready to go back for repair this week, a little dissapointed it has broken down in less than 2 years.
     

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