Movi Pro won't boot, only green LED, errors

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  1. Andy Johnson-Laird

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    Did you guys then re-install the microSD card or operate without it?

    Andy

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  2. Kari Ylitalo

    Kari Ylitalo Member

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    I'm having this issue now. Removing SD card does not help, any ideas? I already downgraded to earlier firmware but same problem. What was the reason for you?
     
  3. Nils Ruinet

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    I had to send it back, they fixed the issue (but never told me what was wrong) and it has worked flawlessly since then.
     
  4. Bryan Edmonds

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    Removing the SD card is a good idea. If it has failed, or been filled up with data (if you have data logging on) it can block the MōVI from booting. With that being said, it doesn't need to be installed for the MōVI Pro (or MIMIC) to operate.

    A majority of repairs that we do on MōVIs with this condition come in with physically damaged cabling, primarily the cable that connects to the back of the roll beam near the serial number. This damage usually happens where it is exposed, or inside the TSU when people install tilt offsets.

    It's important to care to keep that cable from getting twisted and trapped between the roll beam and the frame of the MōVI to prevent it from kinking. Like any cable, once it kinks, it will always bend there, and eventually the internal wiring will be compromised, leading to communication errors and boot failure.
     
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