Second time around with Mat Black battery-less chip not being recognised

r3000

#1

Hi,

This happened earlier this year (see post a few lines down), and you kindly sent me a replacement chip. Then a few weeks down the line the same thing happened and didn’t go away despite following all trouble shooting procedures. What could be a possible explanation besides unfortunate co-incidence? Luckily, I had a spare chip which I inserted and it worked.

Thanks,

Chris


#2

WE do recommend that all customers by spare chips. These are semi-conductor chips and they are prone to static, failure, etc. Plastic can last forever - but not the little chips…


#3

Ah! Thanks for that.