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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 05-01-2018, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
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Have just removed covers / display from combine, single 10 pin connector and the USB cable. Unplugging / re plugging has made no difference. Still loads to about 10% and then just sits there for about 5 minutes, then power cycles itself, and keeps doing this over and over.

Does anyone know if these displays, provided they get power, should they power up regardless of anything else going on in machine? IE given its getting power / turning on, does the fact its not booting mean its most likely the display at fault? Or can lack of other important signals on other wires prevent it from booting ? Im not sure if this type of display is "dumb" or self contained, given circuitry inside would imagine its a self contained unit / would imagine it should load up regardless..

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That is a GS3 command arm. Do you have any activations on it? If not you can try to send it to Ag Express to have repaired or get a reman out of your local JD parts. That unit is a controller in and of itself unlike the GEN 4 that the display is just a monitor with the controller under the seat or there abouts. You might want to try an update on it but that will probably involve a dealer unless you want to try it yourself.

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Is there any info on updating it from a non booting state online anywhere?

I work in IT alongside farming so open to try anything! Imagine all other plans are going to get £££!
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Have just removed covers / display from combine, single 10 pin connector and the USB cable. Unplugging / re plugging has made no difference. Still loads to about 10% and then just sits there for about 5 minutes, then power cycles itself, and keeps doing this over and over.

Does anyone know if these displays, provided they get power, should they power up regardless of anything else going on in machine? IE given its getting power / turning on, does the fact its not booting mean its most likely the display at fault? Or can lack of other important signals on other wires prevent it from booting ? Im not sure if this type of display is "dumb" or self contained, given circuitry inside would imagine its a self contained unit / would imagine it should load up regardless..

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my 2600 monitor is doing the same as yours, I know its been awhile since you posted your problem, but what did you do to correct your problem, it loads only alittle on the bar and keep recycling.
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You might want to try an update on it but that will probably involve a dealer unless you want to try it yourself.

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