Question about Weller TC201T: Soldering Iron For Wtcpt, 42 Watt

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Weller WD1. At power on screen says "OFF". The 3 preset temperatures are still displayed. Tested with a working lead and soldering tip, OK.

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    nizan_friedm Apr 24, 2012

    Called the company: You have to press both up and down buttons simultaneously while the iron is on. It fixed the problem!

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Just press UP/DOWN at the same time quickly. If you hold them down you will get to the menu but just pressing them and releasing them will turn the station back on.

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Found the solution!!
Step 1) Turn unit off. Hold 1, 3, up and down. Turn unit on. Wait till you see -1-, -2-. Then release the buttons.
Step 2) Hold again 1 , 3, up and down. Wait thill you see FCC, FSE. Release the buttons and press the up button.
Your system on now resetted and will heat again.

Posted on Oct 24, 2011

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Try pressing I, III, Up, Down simultaneously until FSE appears in the display (Factory Settings Enabled) that fixed the same problem for me. Probably it is just some setting that is wrong.

Posted on Jun 23, 2011

  • rshelden Aug 12, 2011

    On my solder station I can not even get the FSE to display.

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