Tin Can – Sorted Alarm Codes / Eliminate Main Computer

Sorted alarm codes for quick reference. Eliminate the need for the main computer and survive longer.

How to Use this Guide

Recommended usage of this guide

  • Copy and paste this list into notepad or similar.
  • Make sure list is vertical, one alarm per line.
  • Play TinCan in windowed mode.
  • Have the game take up about 80% of the screen.
  • Minimize the notepad to take up the rest.

The game manual list error codes without any order. This sorted list makes it easier to identify each error code. The error lists of each system is translated by the main computer into text to display on it’s monitor. If the computer is damaged or off, the error list will display alarm codes instead. With this reference guide you can play without the need for the computer leaving you an entire system of spare parts you can either swap with damaged components or dismantle in the repair station to give you some much needed parts.

All Codes

  • 0000 = monitor off
  • 0 NE4 = bad power connector
  • 0 BEA = bad power transformer

  • 01 N2 = bad data connector
  • 01 N4 = bad power connector
  • 01 JE = cabin pressure low
  • 017 H = low oxygen
  • 017 K = bad yellow master caution

  • 02 NE = bad battery

  • 9 B2L = bad switch
  • 9 LOF = low battery

  • A BT6 = full bottle
  • A N93 = cabin pressure high
  • A R22 = dirty filter

  • B KEE = empty bottle
  • B Z67 = bad processor

  • J KL1 = bad monitor

  • K A02 = high CO2

  • M AAG = bad buzzer
  • M AP5 = high system power
  • M PAA = bad fuse

  • N A82 = low pump

  • P 0J3 = low bottle
  • P AN8 = bad red master alarm
  • P B28 = system low power
  • P N82 = O2 generator slow

  • T B65 = O2 levels high
  • T R22 = low gravity
  • T R23 = high gravity
  • T Y2B = bad filter
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