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Arizona 360xt doesn't start

Discussion in 'Flatbed Printers' started by PhilipPrinting, Feb 25, 2020.

  1. PhilipPrinting

    PhilipPrinting New Member

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    Hi, I can't start up our arizona 360xt after a correct shutdown. (restart after +/-2mins)
    Having a black screen on my computer. Any idea what's wrong?
     
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  2. AlsEU

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    Check, if the LED diodes on the computer motherboard and mainboard are on when you switch the printer on. If not, check the power supplies.
     
  3. PhilipPrinting

    PhilipPrinting New Member

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    no led on the motherboard indeed... what can I do?
     
  4. SignMeUpGraphics

    SignMeUpGraphics Moderator

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    Power supply should be standard ATX. If you have an old working desktop around, swap out the power supply for the motherboard and see if it fires up.
    Does the rest of the machine start up when you power it on? eg. Ink pumps, vacuum pump etc.?
     
  5. PhilipPrinting

    PhilipPrinting New Member

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    Yes, rest is power on. Only computer is off I think :-/
     
  6. PhilipPrinting

    PhilipPrinting New Member

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    I swapped ATX on old computer. There is no power on the ATX cable...
    Can I connect the computer atx cable on the arizona's computer for testing? Or is it bad idea?
     
  7. AlsEU

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    The ATX power supply is powered from the AC breakout board located in the electric box (near the main switch). There is a separate fuse for this line, it's F4 (4 amps). Maybe it's only the fuse (but question would be, why it's broken...). Of course, it may be also related with the breakout board itself.
    And be very careful during work with electricity, it's dangerous.
     
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