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6600 Boot Failure

6600 running fine and then did a periodic reboot. It gives me three red flashes. The only change I can think of is since the last reboot was updating the firmware on the TGXL to 1.1.20, wouldn't think that would be related. And maybe I updated the 6600 firmware to 3.5.9 since the last reboot. Turning the 6600 off, and then holding down the power button till it goes white (system reset) also results in three red flashes.




  • Trucker
    Trucker Member ✭✭✭

    Time to open a Help Desk ticket. Three red flashes means a boot failure. Most likely the SD card needs replaced.



  • Mike-VA3MW
    Mike-VA3MW Administrator, FlexRadio Employee, Community Manager, Super Elmer, Moderator admin

    Yes. This is not related to the TGXL software update at all.

  • WC6Y
    WC6Y Member ✭✭

    Ticket opened. Thanks.

  • WC6Y
    WC6Y Member ✭✭

    Flex 6600 returned to factory. SD card replaced. Tech said excessive dust inside could cause SMD shorts. Everything cleaned, SD card replaced, unit passed Flex bench testing and returned. But now I have another problem - on air reports say my dits sound like they're 50wpm when my dah's are 25wpm. Will open a different forum query.

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