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Hamilton Galileo Troubleshooting
This troubleshooting page will help you diagnose problems with Hamilton GALILEO ventilator.
When you switch on GALILEO, you hear a series of beeps, but GALILEO does not start.
If there is only one beep, GALILEO does not indicate a specific error. Try restarting the ventilator. If the problem persists, there may be a problem with the power supply. To see how to replace the power supply, see the repair page.
Check the 3 V clock battery. If the part must be replaced, it is important to check and reset the correct date and time. More information on this process can be found on page 7-3 in the ++service manual.++
Ensure the memory chip is properly inserted by removing and reseating it into the same slot.
If reseating the memory does not help, the next step is to replace the memory chip with a new chip.
If 4-11 beeps are heard, contact Hamilton Medical and describe the sequence of beeps and be prepared to give information about your devices BIOS.
The screen is much darker than usual, although still readable.
The dc/ac converter may not be properly installed
Make sure the dc/ac converter is connected to all cables (please note that the dc/ac converter operates at approximately 1700 V).
The LCD backlights are faulty
One or both LCD backlights needs to be .
There is no signal from the GMP assembly to the alarm amplifier.
There is an issue with the connection of the GMP assembly to the control board
Check that the small ribbon cable from the GMP assembly to the control board is properly connected.
If the buzzing continues, replace the ribbon cable.
If the buzzing is still happening, replace the GMP assembly
There is no signal either from, or to, the alarm amplifier, or there is no 12 V power to the alarm amplifier.
The loudspeaker is not connected to the control board
Make sure the cable between the loudspeaker and the control board is properly connected.
GMP Assembly is not connected to the control board
Make sure the small ribbon cable between the GMP assembly and the control board is properly connected.
The connector board is not connected to the control board
Make sure the small cable between the connector board and the control board is properly connected.
There is an issue with either the hospital power supply, or the power supply in GALILEO.
The hospital power supply is not working correctly
Verify the hospital power supply is working correctly.
The power supply in GALILEO is not working correctly
Check, and if necessary, replace the fuses in the power supply.
If the battery backup fuse fails, you must ++replace the complete power supply board++.
If the replacement fuse fails after turning on the GALILEO, check for damaged wiring in the column.
Check the power supply, and ensure all cables are connected.