Warning: Whether the screening device or evidentiary breath testing instrument is reliable or unreliable, it is still a criminal offence in Canada and some other jurisdictions to refuse a proper demand by a police officer to provide a breath sample. 

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Title: Stand-Alone Diagnostic Crash Results in "Diagnostic Passed" Test Card

Instrument: Intoxilyzer 5000 64 Series Upgraded to 66 Series

Intoxilyzer 5000 in need of maintenance. Following two prior crashes but completion of start-up diagnostic, operator enters Esc Esc D to conduct stand-alone diagnostic check. Instrument crashes again at RAM CHECK 2 leaving test card in printer. Operator solves problem by tilting and banging instrument. Diagnostic resumes and instrument advises "Diagnostic OK" and prints "Diagnostic Passed" card. Card can be kept for evidence that instrument in "proper" working condition. Intoxilyzer® is a registered trademark of CMI, Inc. The Intoxilyzer® 5000C is an "approved instrument" in Canada.

RAM Check 2 0006 Instrument Crashes During esc esc D diagnostics check but prints "Diagnostics Passed" IntoxilyzerTest Record

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Submitted: 23/04/2009 8:04:48 AM

Last Updated: 20090501070420

 

 

Warning: Whether the screening device or evidentiary breath testing instrument is reliable or unreliable, it is still a criminal offence in Canada and some other jurisdictions to refuse a proper demand by a police officer to provide a breath sample.