Three Maintenance Tips for WhatsMiner M20s Stable Running

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When the WhatMiner M30 series was released in 2020, MicroBT introduced the new standard of the 3XJ/T era, which has a low power ratio, high stability, and one-year warranty service. Stability was then recognized as a crucial mining component.

There are three mining tips you need to be aware of to ensure the reliable operation of WhatsMiner M20s mining hardware.

The First is Working Voltage

An alternating current between 220-240V is used by all WhatsMiner air-cooled mining equipment. Under 220V, the WhatsMiner air-cooling mining hardware will be unstable and have issues like automatic restarts, reporting error codes 250 or 251, etc. The power supply is susceptible to damage if it is used at voltages above 240V. Because of this, it’s crucial to set the working voltage within the proper range. You may need to get in touch with the official team to order special power supplies that can work with 277V if your voltage is higher than 240V and cannot be adjusted.

The Second is Working Temperature

WhatsMiner may perform poorly, consume excessive amounts of power, or even be damaged if it is exposed to temperatures that are too high or too low for an extended period of time.

A description like that is available on the website. This indicates that at 25°C (plus 5%), this power ratio is possible.

Additionally, we provide the suggested working temperature range. For example, the working temperature of M50S is from minus 5℃ to 35℃,

3 Maintenance Tips for WhatsMiner M20s Stable Running

By examining the information on your WhatsMiner Tool-Env Temp part, you must ensure that your WhatsMiner operates within the aforementioned temperature range. That is crucial.

Here is a suggestion for improving working temperature: perform cold- and hot-air isolation. Since the goal is to prevent hot air from returning, it would be acceptable to keep the distance between each machine at 5 to 10 centimeters. It entails directing the hot air produced by the machine’s air outlet fan and the power supply fan outside in order to prevent backflow.

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3 Maintenance Tips for WhatsMiner M20s Stable Running

The Third is Dust Cleaning

Long-term dust buildup inside will result in poor heat dissipation and may even result in a short circuit that will burn the machine when exposed to water vapor.

If your machine has an error code like 350, 351, 352, or 600 but your working temperature is not excessively high, you may need to check to see if there is an excessive amount of dust inside the machine.

Here, we also provide you with a quick solution for handling a group of machines. Simply remove the front and rear fans’ baffle screws, remove the entire fan assembly, and vacuum the interior of the machine.

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