Autoclave Repair Tips

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Statim 2000 Autoclave Does Not Power Up

It can be very frustrating when you turn on your Statim 2000 Autoclave & nothing happens

But, like all other autoclave troubleshooting, it’s just a matter of knowing where to start to find & fix the problem

We have two set of procedures here, and to find the one applicable to your autoclave, you will need to know which software revision your unit has. Discovering the software revision is fairly simple. Just Click Here and follow the instructions

Once you know the software revision, just find it on this page and follow the directions

No Power To Statim with Software Rev. 3.0 or 4.2

Statim PCB Board 3.0

  1. Verify that there is no display and no green power light
  2. Check outlet to make sure there is power to the outlet (check circuit breaker)
  3. Verify power switch is turned ON
  4. With power switch OFF check all fuses for continuity. If fuse(s) are not continuous, then they have blown and need to be replaced
  5. Turn main power switch ON
  6. Using a voltmeter check for line voltage at bottom two terminals on the left side of the PCB, J1-1 and J1-2. If line voltage is present proceed to step 7. If not check for burnt wiring from power cord to the power switch to the PCB
  7. Check For line voltage on the left side of the two 15 amp fuses. Place one meter lead on the left side of the upper fuse (F1) and one meter lead on the left side of the lower fuse (F2). If line voltage is present proceed to step 8. If not check the PCB for a bad connection between terminal J1-1 and the lower 15 amp fuse (F2) or terminal J1-2 and the upper 15 amp fuse (F1)
  8. Check for line voltage on the right side of the two 15 amp fuses. Place one meter lead on the right side of the upper fuse (F1) and one meter lead on the right side of the lower fuse (F2). If line voltage is present the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) is bad. If line voltage is not present recheck the 15 amp fuses or check for a bad connection at the fuse holders

You can find more Statim 2000 Autoclave Repair & Troubleshooting guides by Click Here

No Power To Statim 2000 with Software Revision 2.4 – 2.92 & 6.4

Statim 2000 PCB Board 2.9

  1. Verify that there is no display and no green power light
  2. Check outlet to make sure there is power
  3. Check that power cord is plugged into electrical outlet and back of Statim
  4. Verify power switch is turned ON
  5. With power switch OFF, check all fuses for continuity. If they are not continuous, then the fuse(s) have blown and will need to be replaced
  6. Turn power switch ON
  7. Using a voltmeter check for line voltage at bottom two terminals on the left side of the PCB, J1-1 and J1-2. If line voltage is present proceed to step 8. If not check for burnt wiring from power cord to the power switch to the PCB
  8. Check for line voltage on the left side of the two 15 amp fuses. Place one meter lead on the left side of the upper fuse (F2) and one meter lead on the left side on the lower fuse (F3). If line voltage is present proceed to step 9. If not check the PCB for a bad connection between Terminal J1-1 and the lower 15 amp fuse (F3) or terminal J1-2 and the upper 15 amp fuse (F2)
  9. Check for line voltage on the right side of the two 15 amp fuses. Place one meter lead on the right side of the upper fuse (F2) and one meter lead on the right side of the lower fuse (F3). If line voltage is present the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) is bad. If line voltage is not present recheck 15 amp fuses or check for bad connection at fuse holders

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