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The Micro-Bath is not stabile. This will clear any anomalies with the controller and set the Micro-Bath back to default values. Each micro-bath has a different stir speed for different fluids. Check the manual for the appropriate stir speed for your fluid type. Pulsing of the stir bar is normal.
If the stir bar is stopping too long, the stir speed can be increased slightly depending on the desired vortex. Caution: Setting the stir speed too high will cause the stir bar to disengage. Third, check the stir bar and tank for wear.
The stir bar should have a ring or ridge in the center of the bar. If the bar is worn down or is flat, replace the stir bar. If the tank has a large enough dimple in the bottom to make the ridge on the stir bar useless, replace the tank assembly. On the the bearing disc can be replaced before replacing the tank. Fourth, open the unit and remove the stir motor from the bottom of the tank. If the stir motor is spinning, check for dust, debris, cracks in the fan housing, and rub marks on the bottom of the tank.
If cracks or rubbing is present, replace the stir motor. If the stir motor is ok, check the voltage at the analog board going to the stir motor. Set the stir speed to The reading should be approximately 12V.
If the voltage is 9V or lower , the analog board needs to be replaced. Was this article helpful?
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