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Category: Troubleshooting
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Document Type: General ST-C6USBH-300: Monitor flashes or goes blank for a second or two.   
[1737] Last Modified: Jan 18, 2013 1:03 PM
ST-C6USBH-300: Monitor flashes or goes blank for a second or two. Issue: Monitor flashes or goes blank for a second or two. Cause: Electrical power system is very noisy; particularly the ground. Solution: Ensure the interconnection cable
 
Document Type: General ST-C6USBH-300: Video image is noisy.   
[1736] Last Modified: Jan 18, 2013 1:02 PM
ST-C6USBH-300: Video image is noisy. Issue: Video image is noisy. Cause: All video cables are not firmly seated. Solution: Check all connections. Ensure all cables are fully seated. OR Cause: The CATx cable is not properly
 
Document Type: General ST-C6USBH-300: No video on monitor.   
[1735] Last Modified: Jan 18, 2013 1:01 PM
ST-C6USBH-300: No video on monitor. Issue: No video on monitor. Cause: One or more video cables is loose or disconnected. Solution: Check all video cable connections. OR Cause: No power to Remote Unit. Solution: Make sure
 
Document Type: General ST-C6USBH-300: Power LED illuminates on one end, but not the other.   
[1734] Last Modified: Jan 18, 2013 12:58 PM
ST-C6USBH-300: Power LED illuminates on one end, but not the other. Issue: Power LED illuminates on one end, but not the other. Cause: CATx cable not properly connected. Solution: Check the CATx cable connection at both ends.
 
Document Type: General ST-C6USBH-300: Power LED does not illuminate.   
[1733] Last Modified: Jan 18, 2013 12:58 PM
ST-C6USBH-300: Power LED does not illuminate. Issue: Power LED does not illuminate. Cause: Power supply is not connected or plugged-in. Solution: Ensure outlet is live and AC adapter is plugged-in. Make sure 24V DC jack is fully connected.
 

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