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So, after the many requests for help, considerable research and much soul searching……I came to the conclusion the best way I could help the most people, while still helping myself, was to show everyone how they could do their own autoclave repair

Even though most offered to pay for my advice, I decided to offer it for free.

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16 Responses

  1. Charles Dunn says:

    I am using a Tuttnauer 2540 EKA. Why does the display and printout show 17 psi instead of 15 psi when the temperature displayed is 121°C?

  2. John Mamoun says:

    Hi, I have a Tutnauer EZ-9 autoclave that is giving high temperature fail messages. Is there a part I can order to fix it, or in general what can be causing this error?

    –John Mamoun, DMD

  3. admin says:

    Hi Dr Mamoun

    HIGH TEMP – This message is displayed, the Cycle Fail indicator lights and the cycle
    is aborted if the temperature rises 9 0F (5 0C) above the required
    sterilization temperature during the Sterilization phase of the
    This message will also be displayed if the Temperature Sensor is
    damaged. In this case the message will appear just before the Heat
    phase starts
    Possible causes for this message are:
    a. The Heating Elements are remaining on instead of cycling on
    and off.
    Check for a shorted Solid State Relay, shorted Heating
    Element or other short circuit
    b. This message can ALSO indicate a bad Temperature Sensor— the message will display any time during the Heat Up

    Replacing these parts is something you can do

    As above, please let me know when the fail messages are appearing

  4. ABO AZIZ LEONCE says:

    Mr ABO

  5. John Shen says:

    I have a Midmark M11 sterilizer and would like to know is there a repair
    rep available in Honolulu, on the island of Oahu. The previous repair
    company, Redmed, run by Jim Otto has a disconnected phone.
    Thank you, John Shen, Microbiology Instructor at Honolulu CC

  6. We have a MidMark M11 sterilizer that we have been told is unrepairable due to the control board being out. Was wondering if you still had the refurbished boards available, at what cost, and how long it would take someone like myself with limited mechanical and electrical skills to make the switch. Also how long have you seen these refurbished boards lasting, and what if any warranty do the refurbished boards carry. Serial # on the sterilizer is ETO15989.

  7. Hannah says:

    2004 built 2540M Tuttnauer…
    replaced circuit breakers manual reset thermostate but still sparks at the circuit breaker that is just replaced when we turn the Time dial.
    What else is wrong?
    tested all wires and connections.

    Would appreciate a response soon

  8. John mamoun says:

    Thank you. Good advice for technician. Autoclave temperature fine now. Spore tests perfect results.

  9. Jim Everson says:

    I have worked on close to 4,000 autoclaves here of most major brand names and I think your advice is dead on! MANY of these repairs are almost trivial and even fixing boards isn’t that bad, especially if you can solder. Fixing autoclaves takes a little “getting used to” but it’s worth it later (just like learning anything else). Best wishes and thanks for the great advice!

  10. john mamoun says:

    Thanks! The autoclave works perfectly! I was also wondering what you recommend as a fast-turnaround time autoclave, such as one just for handpieces.

  11. Dyna Melgar says:

    I have a Tuttnauer 2540 ELV Model, I have introduced 3 flaks eith médium for sterilization, I introduced the 2 sensors in 2 bottles with desmineralizeted wáter, but in the screen apears PT2 CUT and I can’t open the door

  12. Dr Otto John Vnek says:

    Hello- i wonder if you could help me. I own 2 Tuttnauer 2540M autoclaves. Recently in one of them, there has been a lot of residual water in the pouches after drying. Our technician from Schein says it is working fine. We are not stacking the pouches or letting the sterilizer sit after the cleaning cycle prior to drying. Our tech called Tuttnauer and they said let it dry longer. After an our of drying they are still soaked. They are suggesting replacing it but i can’t see how this could not be fixed. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

  13. Kat Small says:

    Hi, I have an M9 Midmark Autoclave. It recently stopped working, and is not heating properly. We took off the bottom plate, and the brown wire to the heating element is burned at the connection to the heating element, to the point of being detached. Can a bad heating element cause this wire to over heat and then burn? We plan to replace the heating element, and both wires to the heating element. Is it at all possible for the autoclave to run without water, and overheat?

    Kathy Small, DVM

  14. Wally says:

    Hi Kathy

    It is most likely the heating element, but you can test it easy enough

    Simply Click here, scroll down the page and follow the instructions.

    After following the test for resistance as instructed, you can also check for a direct short by setting your ohm meter to the continuity setting (if you need help with this let me know).

    Touch 1 probe from the meter to the terminal on the heating element and the other probe to the side of the chamber….if your meter shows it is continuous, then your heating element has a direct short in it.

    You will also want to replace the heating element wiring harness (click here)

    If the heating element tests good, let me know and we can move onto the next step

  15. Dennis Anderson DDS MS says:

    I have a Pelton Crane Validator 10 Plus sterilizer that has function well for over a year and then each time a cleaning cycle was run (one a month), it would fail with the H2O code maybe once and then run normally. Now it is failing on regular basis. It never failed on the first cycle of the day but seemed to fail on the second one or if two cycles were run back to back without letting the sterilizer cool off. I have replaced the door seal, have checked for leaks–can’t find any when the sterilizer is at full pressure. We have added water to the chamber before running the normal cycle, sometimes this gets us through a cycle other times it fails, again with the H2O code. Any help would be appreciated.

  16. Dr. William axton says:

    Hi I have a Harvey hydroclave SC8 and it stops at 100 to 99 C then makes a loud grinding noise. Any thoughts?
    Thanks Dr Axton

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