Switches & Touch Screen not working

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  1. Craig.w87

    Craig.w87

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    Hi!

    I bought my house on the Gold Coast 8 years ago and it has a basic c-bus system. Only setup for the lights.

    The b&w touch screen stopped working a couple of years ago. There are 2 switches aren’t working (turn them on and the indicator light or light they are connected to doesn’t work) - however when the switches are disconnected and reconnected the work again for a short period before stopping again.

    The 5000CT touch screen has also stopped working in the last couple of years. It just flickers with lines.

    The sparky I use for work doesn’t know anything about C-BUS. What are my options to fix it / get it usable again?

    thanks
    -Craig
     

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    Trevor

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    Hi Craig,
    Check with Clipsal to see they still repair these, and you should be able to find a good cbus electrician in you area, if you can't let me know and I'll look one up in my address list. I'll need your address to do that.
    I have some second hand colour touch screens available if you go down that road, let me know.

    Arbor Australia do the repairs to the 5080 CTC colour touch screen range. Not the black and white ones. that we originally designed and manufactured for Clipsal

    Best Regards and have a great day

    Trevor Callaghan
    Workshop Manager

    Arbor Australia Pty Ltd
    JEA Technologies


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    chromus

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    It could just be a failed network power supply.

    The first thing to go down in a network with not enough power available is the B+W touch screen.
     
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