Halo Too Problem
This is my first thread, and I'm hoping someone can help me sort out an issue with my Halo Too.
My lightly used (essentially brand new) Halo Too came with a new Mini I purchased on ebay. It worked perfect the first day I used it. Midway through the second day it quit. I replaced the batteries. Nothing. I took it apart and checked for any loose wires or other clearly visible problems. Nothing. I replaced the batteries again (brand new Duracell ProCells). Nothing. All during this troubleshooting I've also played around with different settings (feedstack on/off, sound lvl at both extremes of sensitivity). The hopper won't turn, either by sound or by hitting the button to advance the drive (something it was doing on day one).
I'm ready to pull my hair out. I again have it in pieces in front of my trying to find anything wrong. The batteries are good, the wires look fine, there is no damage anywhere, but it just won't work. The best I can figure is possibly the motor died or something on the board is bad.
The manual offers little help. For what it's worth, when I turn it on it flashes green once and then switches to red. I just swapped the batteries out again. It flashed green and then continued to flash green a few times. It wouldn't advance when i hit the button once, and now flashes red rather than green.
Does anyone have any ideas other than to scrap this thing and get a Rotor (I'll be doing that anyway, but I would like this working as well).