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ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB SHORTENING POINTS

Posted: 18.09.19, 10:21
by ddcywf
Kindly help in finding the ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB shortening points.. thanks
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Re: ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB SHORTENING POINTS

Posted: 18.09.19, 14:06
by digitalsupport
Maybe tell a little more about the drive, why you want to "short" it.
How is the drive behaving, any hints in terminal, what happened and what has been done ?

Have done many Rosewood drives but never had the need to "short" any.

Re: ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB SHORTENING POINTS

Posted: 19.09.19, 11:20
by northwind
digitalsupport wrote:Source of the post Maybe tell a little more about the drive, why you want to "short" it.
How is the drive behaving, any hints in terminal, what happened and what has been done ?

Have done many Rosewood drives but never had the need to "short" any.

Completely agree.

Re: ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB SHORTENING POINTS

Posted: 20.09.19, 08:19
by ddcywf
digitalsupport wrote:Source of the post Maybe tell a little more about the drive, why you want to "short" it.
How is the drive behaving, any hints in terminal, what happened and what has been done ?

Have done many Rosewood drives but never had the need to "short" any.



The drive giving clicking noise and not getting out of BSY state.

Re: ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB SHORTENING POINTS

Posted: 20.09.19, 12:37
by northwind
terminal?

Re: ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB SHORTENING POINTS

Posted: 23.09.19, 06:42
by cmy2008
This short connection doesn't make any sense! T can be obtained directly.

Re: ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB SHORTENING POINTS

Posted: 24.09.19, 18:48
by Paradog84
Just want to add to this, I myself have shorted a few Rosewoods and had good results - again the key is making sense of what is happening in terminal and of course when to do it.

I agree with digitalsupport - you shouldn't need to short any if the heads are good, but in a few cases it is needed

Re: ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB SHORTENING POINTS

Posted: 27.09.19, 11:28
by GuideRecovery
ddcywf wrote:Source of the post Kindly help in finding the ST2000LM007 (100790701) PCB shortening points.. thanks


share terminal log, may be it is not necessary to short read channels at all !