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Old 08-23-2007, 06:27 PM   #1
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Default Need your help about GFX Turbo 35

Hey guys well I bought the gfx turbo 35 from someone and I tried to use it today and all the settings were changed around and I have no idea what he was doing. But just want to know if anybody knows how to completely reset the whole system. I did not get a manual for it either. Thanks in advance.
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You can download the PDF of the manual from CE's site. Mine did not come with one either and that is what I ended up doing.
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This is from the expanded manual on Competition Electronics website.

Reinitializing non-volatile memory
As mentioned earlier in this manual, the T35-GFX comes from the factory initialized
with ten different setups. Over time, you may modify these setups so much that you’ve
forgotten all the settings you changed, and just want to get back to the default. Or, you
might have encountered corruption in one or more of the stored setups.
In either case, it’s easy to reload the factory default settings. Perform the following steps:
1. Disconnect the pack or cells from the T35-GFX.
2. Remove power from the T35-GFX at the DC side of the power supply.
3. Hold down the “PAGE” button.
4. While holding it down, re-connect DC power.
5. Continue holding it down until you see the “SYSTEM INIT” message appear on
the display. Then, you can release the PAGE button; in a few moments, the
charge screen will appear, signifying that the T35-GFX is ready to use.
The re-initialization is now complete.
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WOW thanks soo much! I really appreciate it.
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