Assuming that you have service, I would place a hardware service call.
It's a place to start.


Al Barsa, Jr.
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC


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I have a remote site connected to our AS/400 by a 5494.
Last week, 2 of the screens 'disappeared'.  They are connected to the
controller, we have a block in the bottom left of the screen, and the
cursor is top left, but our AS/400 won't send them a sign on screen.  I
have tried re-addressing them, to see if Autoconfig would bring the
screens back, but to no avail.
Any suggestions before I consider sacrificing a black cockerel and
immersing the controller in Holy Water???

Steven Donnellan
AS/400 Systems Manager
IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 Professional Operator
Simon Jersey Ltd


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