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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0002128Industrial-Craft²E-Net, cabling, storage/transformer blockspublic2018-02-25 16:25
ReporterKekzmonsterAssigned To 
PriorityimmediateSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
Status feedbackResolutionopen 
PlatformWindows 10OSOS Version
Product Version 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0002128: No electricity through cables
DescriptionHello,

i can build cables and they connecting to the machines, but there is no electricity running through the cables.

I am using the version 2.2.826 experimental
TagsNo tags attached.
Minecraft Version1.7.10

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related to 0002287 new EU stop flowing when destroying one side of a split cable 

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Chocohead

2017-03-02 22:53

developer   ~0005086

Do you have any screenshots of your setup? Modlist + Forge version?

hawhawmatt

2017-09-18 16:02

reporter   ~0005454

I have got the same problem as this person.
My IC² version: industrialcraft-2-2.6.252-ex110
My forge version: forge1.10.2-12.18.3.2477

The cables work properly till I connect new machines or enable/disable a splitter, then the machines will start losing energy and to fix that I have to either reload the game or to place new cables in the system.
Sorry for bad english ^^, thanks for the work in the mod :)

Nagapito

2017-09-26 19:22

reporter   ~0005459

Can confirm this. Once I cut energy on a splitter, the whole cable network stops working and I have no energy on my machines.
I have a bunch of machines connected to my cables and down the line I had a splitter to enable an electric heater. Once I cut the power to my electric heater, the whole network before the splitter stopped transmitting energy to the other machines. It almost seemed like the redstone signal was being propagated through the gold cable and disabling my MFE from emitting energy!

My setup is very similar to the one used by Direwolf on this video: https://youtu.be/NRL0N_J-Hic?list=PLaiPn4ewcbkECsGMs-Zi5I59sbuXnf_n7&t=1328
Funny enough, he also suffered from the same issue and complained about it some ep's later without realizing what was causing the energy to stop flowing...

Removing and placing again the cable 'resets' the network and it starts working again.
My fix... replaced the splitter cable for an MFE... which is kinda overkill!

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2017-03-02 21:24 Kekzmonster New Issue
2017-03-02 22:53 Chocohead Note Added: 0005086
2017-03-03 15:59 Chocohead Status new => feedback
2017-09-18 16:02 hawhawmatt Note Added: 0005454
2017-09-26 19:22 Nagapito Note Added: 0005459
2018-02-25 16:25 Chocohead Relationship added related to 0002287