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Old 05-19-2014, 08:14 AM   #1
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TST 507 System Problem

I have the TST 507 system and it has worked perfectly until this past Wednesday. I have 8 sensors, 4 on my truck and 4 on the 5'er. I was getting ready to move off of my home base and was turning the 507 monitor back on to monitor the 5'er after reinstalling the 5'er wheel sensor.s I leave the system on my truck all the time even when not towing.

I pressed the minus and mode button at the same time and held until the trailer icon showed up. The problem was that the left rear trailer wheel was not showing up after the other three did. I waited for close to 10 minutes. Thinking the battery might be dead even though the low battery indicator wasn't visible. The new battery didn't help. I then erased the sensor coding for that for that wheel and tried to recode. The monitor would not recode that sensor. Out of desperation I decided to try to code that sensor to the outside dual location for that axle. I use the inside dual location for all of my sensors since I don't have dual wheels. When I tried the outside dual location the sensor set and worked perfectly not only then but for my trip to Florida.

I called TST and they said the monitor was obviously bad and they are mailing me a new one no charge. They did ask that I return the old one to them so they can see what the problem is as they haven't seen that particular problem previously. I told them I had one sensor that was not retaining the gasket in the valve stem very well even with a new one installed. They are replacing that sensor as well.

This is what I call good customer service. All it will cost me is postage to mail the old monitor back.
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Old 05-19-2014, 09:19 AM   #2
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TST 507 System Problem

Great service. I have a sensor that stopped working on any location. Over 2 yrs old and still in warranty.
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Old 05-19-2014, 09:57 AM   #3
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Does some one know how to delete a wheel from the moniter, I have 6 sensors and have 7 wheels showing on the moniter. Thank you.
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Old 05-20-2014, 05:34 AM   #4
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507 Tire Monitoring Systems

Before code new system delete the single factory preset tire:
Press and hold “CODE” until beeps
“+” to that tire position & press & hold “SET” till beeps.
Go on to regular coding.

To Clear Existing Coded Tires:
Hold Code for 6 seconds.
• Hold Set till beeps
Will show F’s
• + through each tire and hold Set till beeps, until all tires are at FFF FFF

To Code:
Press Mode
• Press and hold Code
When beeps hit + and scroll to tire position.
Hold sensor to bottom of monitor (away from other sensors)
• Press and release Code button.
When beeps hit + to move to the other side
Hold next sensor to monitor
• Press and release Code and wait for beep.
Continue to do this until all sensors are coded.
• When done, tap Mode

Setting Parameters: (Parameters are programmed by axel, not by tire)
Temperature Setting
• Press and hold Mode until beeps
• Press and release Mode and you should see F or C.
Use the + button to select F or C.
Leave temperature default at 157-158 degrees
Pressure Setting (PSI)
Set 10% below & 20% above established tire pressure
Press and release Mode to set Front Steering Axel Parameters
• Set High Pressure first
Press and release Mode
• Set Low Pressure
• Tap Mode again to move to the next axel.
Once all axels are set, press and release the Set button to save. (Do not hold the set button….press and release it.)
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Old 05-20-2014, 05:36 AM   #5
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I reported my problem to TST on 5-14-14 as I was loading up to head south. The replacement monitor and sensor arrived at my summer host park yesterday.
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Old 05-20-2014, 06:05 PM   #6
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Great Customer Service, we have the TST System too.
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Thanks for the info edatlanta. I'll try that in the next day or two.
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