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  • gearguy
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    I'll try that tomorrow. How do you do the factory reset? The cover was off the machine when I picked it up. I would hope that they tried that already. I know they have a machine to load test it and that was done.

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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by gearguy View Post
    My Dynasty was manufactured in 06 and I have owned it since 08. Recently it has started to act up after about 3 min of use. I took it in to Matheson Electric to have it diagnosed. The tech there told me that the inverter control card (board) part # 207822 has failed. New cost of board $1250 plus an hour labor. On top of this it may need a Boost control card part #200841. I was told the first card has to be replaced before it can be tested further. I did not get a price on the Boost control card as I was sickened by the thought of the first quote of around $1350. As I was searching for the #207822 I came across a replacement part SKU of #230187. Does anyone know if this is an improved board that has a better design than the previous # or is it even compatible? Or should I just cut my losses and go with a new machine?
    I would be tempted to release and reseat all the connectors...

    loosen and retighten the dinse connectors

    snug all the boards down..

    and do a reset to factory defaults just for good measure..

    then see how it behaves.............

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  • gearguy
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    Need repair advice on Dynasty 200DX

    My Dynasty was manufactured in 06 and I have owned it since 08. Recently it has started to act up after about 3 min of use. I took it in to Matheson Electric to have it diagnosed. The tech there told me that the inverter control card (board) part # 207822 has failed. New cost of board $1250 plus an hour labor. On top of this it may need a Boost control card part #200841. I was told the first card has to be replaced before it can be tested further. I did not get a price on the Boost control card as I was sickened by the thought of the first quote of around $1350. As I was searching for the #207822 I came across a replacement part SKU of #230187. Does anyone know if this is an improved board that has a better design than the previous # or is it even compatible? Or should I just cut my losses and go with a new machine?
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