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ERROR 20 , mimaki jv3 16

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by carloslfigueroa, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. carloslfigueroa

    carloslfigueroa New Member

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    Hello to all from Honduras, i have a used mimaki plotter, when i turn "on" the machine, the display show this error:

    ERROR 20
    I/F BOARD 01

    someone knows about it?

    i checked the mimaki manual but dont see a solution for the error. :doh:

    i hope your help, thanks.

    Cfigueroa
     
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  2. astro8

    astro8 Active Member

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    This error means most likely your interface board or main board is fried.

    Time to ring a tech.
     
  3. carloslfigueroa

    carloslfigueroa New Member

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    -sigh-
    is possible connections problem on the main board?
    i think wich if main board is fried, i have not other option to buy the main board.
     
  4. astro8

    astro8 Active Member

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    Try all your connections...

    There is a merchant member on here that repairs these boards for a very reasonable price if I remember correctly.
     
  5. ColesCreations

    ColesCreations Member

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    Well...

    If your main board is fried, your heads may be clogged, if they are not flushed. It may be a waste of money to have it fixed, as you are looking at $6-8k to replace the heads, plus the main board. Maybe up to a $10k job...
    You can get a good one for that price, and keep the other one for spares.

    Check before ordering a tech, good luck...
     
  6. WrapperX

    WrapperX Active Member

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    I think he is refering to a PLOTTER not a PRINTER.
     
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