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SECTION 6.

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EPROM CHIP REPLACEMENT

REPLACING EPROM CHIPS


The AFM module has two internal EPROM chips: core
and display (see Figure 6.05-1). The core EPROM chip
stores up to five AFM data--sets configured for the
engine application in permanent memory. The display
EPROM chip controls the operation of the LCD display
on the front of the AFM module.
DISPLAY EPROM

CORE EPROM

The display EPROM is visible inside the AFM module on


the back of the door. To view the core EPROM, the
control board assembly must be removed and
disassembled. See next section Core EPROM Chip
Replacement for disassembly instructions.
Damaged or corrupt EPROM chips have been referred
to several times in the troubleshooting suggestions. A
damaged or corrupt EPROM chip could be caused by
any of the following:
Serial cable became disconnected from AFM module
or computer while the data--set was being saved to
the core EPROM chip (permanent memory).
The power to the AFM module or computer was
disconnected or interrupted.
The power to the AFM module was inadequate or
excessively dirty during EPROM chip save.
EPROM chip was installed improperly (for example,
with indentation notch installed facing the wrong
direction or pins not aligned in socket).

NOTE: Right side view of AFM module with door open.

Figure 6.05-1. EPROM Chip Locations Inside


AFM Module

The core and display EPROM chips must be matched


with the AFM software version number. If the versions of
the EPROM chips are not the same software version
number, the potential for errant operation exists and
programming will not work. The version number is
labeled on the back of the EPROM chips. AFMDXX is
labeled on the display EPROM and AFMCXX is labeled
on the core EPROM (where XX is the version number).
For example: AFMD40 (display EPROM) and AFMC40
(core EPROM) are the chips that have been programmed for AFM User Interface Program version 4.0.

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The following sections explain how to replace the core


and display EPROM chips within the AFM module.
CORE EPROM CHIP REPLACEMENT
AFM data--sets for your engine are saved on a core
EPROM chip (ROM) inside the AFM module. Replacement of the core EPROM chip is necessary because the
EPROM chip is full of saved data--sets; the EPROM
chip is damaged; or core EPROM chip version number
does not match the display EPROM and/or the User
Interface Program version numbers.
NOTE: The AFM module allows five saves to the core
EPROM chip. Once the EPROM chip has been fully
configured, the chip must be replaced.
NOTE: Contact your local Waukesha Engine Distributor for EPROM chip replacement parts.

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EPROM CHIP REPLACEMENT


Inside the AFM module is a control board assembly
comprised of two circuit boards. The core EPROM chip
is located on the bottom circuit board (between the two
circuit boards). To replace the core EPROM chip, it is
necessary to remove the control board assembly from
the AFM module, disassemble the assembly, and
remove the full or damaged core EPROM chip. Follow
the steps that follow when replacing a core EPROM
chip.

SCREW LOCATIONS

Use a static mat and electrical wrist strap when


removing circuit boards or replacing EPROM chips.
Static charges can permanently damage the circuit
boards and/or EPROM chips.
1. Turn off 24 VDC power to the AFM module.
2. Disconnect all wiring inputs connected to the control
board assembly inside the AFM module (see
Figure 6.05-2).

Figure 6.05-3. Control Board Assembly Screw


Locations

5. Remove the screw from the back of the control board


assembly that holds the two circuit boards together (see
Figure 6.05-4).

DISCONNECT

EPROM

SCREW
LOCATION

Figure 6.05-4. Bottom Screw Location Of Control


Board Assembly

DISCONNECT ALL
TERMINAL BLOCKS

Figure 6.05-2. Control Board Assembly


Disconnections

6. On the right side of the control board assembly is a


blue connector which holds the circuit boards together.
Using a small flat screwdriver, pry apart the blue
connector at the three notches (see Figure 6.05-5).
CONTROL BOARD ASSEMBLY
BLUE CONNECTOR

TOP CIRCUIT BOARD

3. Remove the five screws securing the control board


assembly in the AFM module (see Figure 6.05-3).
4. Carefully lift the control board assembly out of the
AFM module.
NOTCHES

BOTTOM CIRCUIT
BOARD

Figure 6.05-5. Disassembling Circuit Board Assembly


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EPROM CHIP REPLACEMENT


7. Locate the core EPROM chip on the bottom circuit
board (see Figure 6.05-6).

LABEL WITH
VERSION NUMBER
EPROM CHIP

NOTCH
(MUST FACE TOP)

EPROM CHIP

PINS

Figure 6.05-8. Correct Core EPROM Chip Direction

Figure 6.05-6. Core EPROM Chip Location

8. At the same time, press apart the two blue tabs


located on both sides of the core EPROM chip and the
chip will pop up (see Figure 6.05-7).

The core EPROM chip


must be installed so the
notch faces toward the top of the circuit board.
Failure to install the core EPROM chip correctly will
result in a non--functional AFM module and the
EPROM chip will need to be replaced.
NOTE: All other chips on the circuit board are positioned with their notch in the same direction as the core
EPROM chip.
11. Carefully place a new core EPROM chip in place on
the circuit board. Make sure the notched side of the
EPROM chip is installed to face toward the top of the
circuit board as shown in Figure 6.05-8 and
Figure 6.05-9.

CORE
EPROM CHIP

Figure 6.05-7. Removing Core EPROM Chip

NOTE: If the pins on the new core EPROM chip do not


align with the socket on the circuit board, press on the
side of the pins very carefully until pin alignment allows
for installation.

EPROM CHIP

TOP

NOTCH

9. Remove the full or damaged core EPROM chip from


the circuit board.
NOTE: The core and display EPROM chips must be
matched with the same AFM User Interface Program
version number. If the versions of the EPROM chips are
not the same as the program version number, the
potential for errant operation exists and programming
will not work.
10. Verify that the version number of the new core
EPROM matches the version number of the display
EPROM and the AFM User Interface Program (see
Figure 6.05-8). For example: AFMD40 (display
EPROM) and AFMC40 (core EPROM) are the chips that
have been programmed for AFM User Interface Program version 4.0.
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LEFT

RIGHT

BOTTOM
Figure 6.05-9. Core EPROM Chip Location And
Direction

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12. Press the EPROM chip into place making sure that
all the pins of the EPROM chip are aligned with the
socket. Failure to install the core EPROM correctly will
result in non--functional AFM module.

TOP

NOTCH

EPROM CHIP

13. After the new core EPROM chip is installed,


carefully align the top circuit board with the bottom circuit
board.
14. Press the circuit boards together so the blue
connector on the right sides of the circuit boards snap
together.

LEFT

RIGHT

15. Secure the two circuit boards with the one screw
removed in Step 5.
16. Place the control board assembly into the AFM
module.
BOTTOM

17. Secure the control board assembly to the AFM


module with the five screws removed in Step 3.
18. Reconnect all the wires to the control board
assembly disconnected in Step 2.

Figure 6.05-10. Display EPROM Chip Location And


Direction

DISPLAY EPROM CHIP REPLACEMENT


The display EPROM controls the LCD display on the
AFM module. Replacement of the display EPROM is
necessary because the display EPROM chip is damaged; or the display EPROM version number does not
match the core EPROM and/or User Interface Program
version number.
NOTE: Contact your local Waukesha Engine Distributor for EPROM chip replacement parts.
Use a static mat and electrical wrist strap when
removing circuit boards or replacing EPROM chips.
Static charges can permanently damage the circuit
boards and/or EPROM chips.
1. Locate the display EPROM chip on the display board
assembly (see Figure 6.05-10).
2. At the same time, press apart the two blue tabs
located on both sides of the display EPROM chip and
the chip will pop up (see Figure 6.05-11).
3. Remove the damaged or old display EPROM chip
from the circuit board.

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DISPLAY
EPROM CHIP

Figure 6.05-11. Removing Display EPROM Chip

NOTE: The core and display EPROM chips must be


matched with the same AFM User Interface Program
version number. If the versions of the EPROM chips are
not the same as the program version number, the
potential for errant operation exists and programming
will not work.

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4. Verify that the version number of the new display
EPROM matches the version number of the core
EPROM and the AFM User Interface Program (see
Figure 6.05-12). For example: AFMD40 (display
EPROM) and AFMC40 (core EPROM) are the chips that
have been programmed for AFM User Interface
Program version 4.0.
LABEL WITH
VERSION NUMBER
EPROM CHIP

NOTCH
(MUST FACE TOP)

PINS

Figure 6.05-12. Correct EPROM Chip Direction

The display EPROM chip


must be installed so the
notch faces toward the top of the circuit board.
Failure to install the display EPROM chip correctly
will result in a non--functional display on the AFM
module.
NOTE: All other chips on the circuit board are positioned with their notch in the same direction as the
display EPROM chip.
5. Carefully place a new display EPROM chip in place
on the display board assembly. Make sure the notched
side of the EPROM chip is installed to face toward the
top of the assembly as shown in Figure 6.05-10 and
Figure 6.05-12.
NOTE: If the pins on the new display EPROM chip
do not align with the socket on the circuit board, press on
the side of the pins very carefully until pin alignment
allows for installation.
6. Press the EPROM chip into place making sure that
all the pins of the EPROM chip are aligned with the
socket. Failure to install the display EPROM correctly
will result in non--functional LCD display operation.

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