Digital Dash on Case Ih Maxxum 5140

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eddiem
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Digital Dash on Case Ih Maxxum 5140

Post by eddiem » Wed Mar 05, 2008 9:04 pm

Hello could somebody recommend some firm ,that can fix the digital dash on my maxxum 5140 plus.Its the water tempgauge in the dash thats not working. Its not the temp sensor,or shorted wires thats the problem..I got a mechanic friend of mine to check it out.Its definatly a problem with the dash,( i was hoping it was a sensor, or a shorted out wire ,but its not). Any help much appreciated .Eddie

Eric_T
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Post by Eric_T » Wed Mar 05, 2008 9:11 pm

Eddie,

Have a look in Tractor and Machinery Magazine, im sure that there is someone in there who advertises that they can fix Maxxum electrics.

Eric

Duncan
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Post by Duncan » Thu Mar 06, 2008 7:26 pm

david king electronics

+44 (01789) 731365

www.dkelectronics.co.uk

page 114 of classic tractor april 2008 issue

regards

dunc
owner of a 1200 & 990

eddiem
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Post by eddiem » Thu Mar 06, 2008 9:13 pm

Duncan wrote:david king electronics

+44 (01789) 731365

www.dkelectronics.co.uk

page 114 of classic tractor april 2008 issue

regards

dunc
Thanks for that dunc, i will phone them tomorrow.

Duncan
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Post by Duncan » Thu Mar 06, 2008 9:41 pm

no problem
owner of a 1200 & 990

robdave1974
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Post by robdave1974 » Sun Mar 09, 2008 1:11 am

could be a dry solder join or crack inthe board. if your not into electronics best get it checked by a proffesional . To save a few dollars check the joins and tracks from those instruments and see if there are cracks (and resolder) or really chalky white looking solder blobs, (again, resolder)

eddiem
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Post by eddiem » Sun Mar 09, 2008 11:37 am

Ok , i will have a good look at the back of the dashboard.

eddiem
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Post by eddiem » Tue Apr 01, 2008 4:52 pm

I sent the dash to David King Electronics, got it back today ,its now working perfect. David King Electronics, give a fantastic service ,they recieved the dash on thursday last. They rang me on friday to say they had it fixed, and sent it back to me by 48 courier service. Im very happy with their service :) Thanks to all who replied and told me where to send the dash.. Regards , eddie.............................................................. here are a few pictures of my maxxum 5140

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Post by Eric_T » Tue Apr 01, 2008 6:42 pm

Good Looking tractor.... if only things had been different and the bonnet was white with a pair of roses on it...

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