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i think i screwd up!....

Discussion in 'Mutoh' started by decaljunkie, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. decaljunkie

    decaljunkie Member

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    i tried to clean the black strip on my mutoh falcon out door ll last night, the one that the pinch rollers sit on t pinch the media down i uncrewed the strip to clean the lint out of it. and put it back on and now my mutoh wont turn on. when i plug in the machine my poer from the plug socket on my wall pops. did i scew up?
     
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  2. CS-SignSupply

    CS-SignSupply Very Active Member

    Sounds like you did not connect a ground somewhere.
     
  3. Graphics2u

    Graphics2u Very Active Member

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    As you know from having it apart your Platen heaters are attached to that piece. Sounds like something is shorted in the heater wiring perhaps.
     
  4. decaljunkie

    decaljunkie Member

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    ma be i pinched a wire or busted one, but would this cause the whole machine not to turn on?
     
  5. CheapVehicleWrap

    CheapVehicleWrap Very Active Member

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    It very well could.
     
  6. decaljunkie

    decaljunkie Member

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    you sure can! i fixed this baby! i wnet back and opened the black strip that the pinch rollers sit on, and there was a pinched wire i noticed. i let it loose and it started right up! now there is another problem my black and magenta heads are not printing. i noticed when i do a cleaning on regular mode, only blue and yellow show up. what could this mean? are my megenta and black heads dried? how can i save them? i havent printed in 2 days. heellpppp
     

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