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avatar: Jkirk
Jkirk
18 posts
Replied to Jkirk's post on July 2nd, 2019

Water jacket CO2 incubator. Model # FIPCO5000TABB The unit is the top one of a stacked pair. It is placed under room A/C discharge that is baffled to side discharge.

The door heater has 120 v going to it and ohms out, but I don't have a manual for it so not sure of what is the good ohm range.

avatar: NormW
NormW
28 posts
Replied to Jkirk's post on July 2nd, 2019

I hope I am assuming you have the incubator that I am explaining here.The door ohms is 9-10 ohms with the meter on the blue wire from the door and the other lead on the black wire at the chassis ground.. Pull the three pin connector at the top of the glass door. Put one lead of your meter on the outside frame and the other lead you need to step through and touch each pin. When you read short this will be your door switch pin. place one lead of your meter on one of the remaining pins and the other lead of the meter on the other remaining pin. This will be your door heating circuit. If you have resistance replace the door cable(part#190566). If you have no resistance replace the door cable and the door(part#190756).

avatar: NormW
NormW
28 posts
Replied to NormW's post on July 2nd, 2019

You can check it with an amp probe also. Place the amp probe on the blue wire,where it exits the micro board. The heating circuit will draw about 2.5 amps.You will see a pulsating reading from 0-2.5 amps. This means the door heating circuit is working properly. I hope I have the right incubator you are asking about.

avatar: Jkirk
Jkirk
18 posts
Replied to Jkirk's post on July 12th, 2019

The door frame strip heater is bad

avatar: AJAlexxx
AJAlexxx
13 posts
Replied to Jkirk's post on July 18th, 2019

And what is your problem?

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