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Arizona 180 problem.. need some help

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Printers' started by WB, Apr 8, 2006.

  1. WB

    WB Active Member

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    we recently purchased a used arizona 180. I have a 90 it's in very good shape 2 years old.. only about 10,000' have been through the printer..

    this new(used) 180 has 65,500' through it and ahs been modistly taken care of IMO.. Today I took on the task of getting the 180 up and running in our shop for the 1st time.. everything went well.. Except!! I keep getting a "check Heater/Blower fuses" error

    when I 1st turned on the printed I noticed it was very quite.. but I wasn't sure why.. later on I realized the blowers are not coming on. I also noticed that the heater is coming upto temperature but it's staying at the set temp.. it keeps raising up and up.. untl I get the error...

    I've checked the connection on the blowers.. I've replaced the fuses with new ones.. still nothing..

    any help would be great

    Thanks
     
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  2. skyhigh

    skyhigh Major Contributor

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    I know nothing about these machines, but it sounds like a thermostat problem. Would the blowers kick on when a certain temp is reached, or are they supposed to be on constantly?
     
  3. signage

    signage Major Contributor

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    Have you pulled the fan and see if it works? The voltage rating should be marked on it. I don't know about these machines but I would start looking at the obvious.
     
  4. WB

    WB Active Member

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    just an update,,, narrowed it down ,, one of the blower fans was siezed up thats why it kept blowing fuses..
     
  5. Cadmn

    Cadmn Very Active Member

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    that'll do it ever time :)goodluck
     
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