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Need Help ERROR SYSTEM HALT (2) 1e3: PCB SLDRP => MIMAKI TS300P-1800

Discussion in 'Mimaki' started by Dudi, Apr 26, 2020.

  1. Dudi

    Dudi New Member

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    Hello,
    I 'm having this error on machine startup of our Mimaki TS300P:
    ERROR SYSTEM HALT (2)
    1e3: PCB SLDRP

    I couldn't find any clue on the web to a solution for this. I gathered it has something to do with 'Slider PCB board' or its power supply.
    The user manual suggesting to power off for a while, restart and pray... No luck with that.
    The startup screen stays on displaying the error.
    Would be thankful for tips and maybe someone got this model's service manual.
    David
     
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  2. L.D

    L.D Member

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    Means the main board and slider board are not communicating. Check FFC cable between the main board and slider board.

    Make sure the FFC cable is seated correctly. (Reseat) Other possibilities could be faulty slider boards or main board.
     
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  3. micadesign

    micadesign New Member

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    check fuses on your slider board. one or more are fired.
     
  4. Zoubir

    Zoubir New Member

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    Alger
    Hi. I have had the same problem. What is the solution that you found?
     
  5. Zoubir

    Zoubir New Member

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    Alger
    Here is a picture that illustrates the problem
     

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  6. balstestrat

    balstestrat Active Member

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    Between the bits
    Did you check what was told for him? How are the fuses?
     
  7. Zoubir

    Zoubir New Member

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    Alger
    Yes, I checked, I removed and reinserted all the cable, but without result
     
  8. APCInk

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    It is most likely either the slider optical cable(looks like a cat 6 cable) or the actual fiber optic cable(thin black wire) itself. I generally start with the Slider Optical Cable as that is the less expensive part. On boot up the machine isn't recognizing that their is connection from the main board to the slider board. Sometimes you can move the carriage across the platen by hand before starting up and get it to fire, but there is likely a break in one of these cables in the energy chain.

    Hope this helps!
     
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