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New error?? E016 TLB-S(03)

Discussion in 'Mutoh' started by LenXIII, Mar 21, 2009.

  1. LenXIII

    LenXIII Member

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    I have googled and searched these forums without a single match to this error!? The printer was printing fine then just stopped with flashing lights reading this error E016 TLB-S(03)

    What is TLB ? What does this error mean? I am about to restart the print, but im using 3m 180 and already lost a lot of $$!!

    Thanks in advance guys.
     
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  2. MacDaddy

    MacDaddy Member

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    What Printer?
     
  3. LenXIII

    LenXIII Member

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    Sorry, it is a Mutoh Valujet 1614
     
  4. randya

    randya Very Active Member

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    incoming main power incoming or main board most likely.

    Have you recently upgraded/changed firmware?
    Or hardware?
     
  5. KevSign

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    I just got used Mutoh valuejet 1604. The tech combine help to install and warning us if see some error (forgot the error #), see the black clip to holding he print head - next to print head make sure not bend. They told me you can remove if you want or waiting until it bend and bend it back or remove complete. Hope this will help!

    Good Luck!!!!!
     
  6. jiarby

    jiarby Major Contributor

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    that error is not this one kev...
     
  7. MacDaddy

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    Yup, if it only happens once just an insignificant anomoly... If it happens frequently, MAINBOARD...
     
  8. miguelon.lizarraga

    miguelon.lizarraga Active Member

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    I just got this error. Any more help on this? gps-hi posted something but it's to a 2.mutoh site where you need a login. Care to elaborate any more Randy? Thanks!
     
  9. coreyb

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    same thing just happened to me. print was moving along with no problem then out of nowhere it stopped and i got this error, E016 TLB-S [03]. what does it mean????
     
  10. jhanson

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    It's a computational error -- like getting a blue screen (STOP error) on Windows. Restart the printer; if the error does not appear again, you're OK. If the error appears every time you run the machine, you have a bad mainboard.
     
  11. dzign

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    I received a similar error, half-way through a 9' print:
    E016 TLB-L/I [02]

    Now if this is an anomaly, a computational error, I want to be able to keep this from happening again. This apparent malfunction provided me with the experience of having to throw away some costly material and time. Should I plan on my main-board failing and prepare for that? Are there diagnostics I can run to see if there's a problem? I'm using a Mutoh Valuejet 1204, it's roughly 6 years old. I believe a have a service manual for this machine, but am not familiar with a forum that can address repairs for this unit other than signs101.
     
  12. dzign

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    Followup. I can't hear too well. When the error occurred, my brother was just exiting through the shop entrance when he heard the accompanying warning sound, stopped looked around at me and asked if that's the sound the printer makes when it runs out of ink. I quickly looked over at the printer and walking over, I saw all the lights flashing and then read the error code. It turns out I suspected he had stepped on the ethernet cable and many hours and a couple of prints later took a look at that cable. It's casing was cracked in several places. I couldn't see any of the smaller coated wires having worn down within this cable, but I suppose one false move could have triggered a break in the data being fed to the printer. I have replaced this cable and rerouted it so it's less prone to getting traffic until I can get a longer cable to route over the door way. Any suggestions as too how long a cable I can go with that the printer will accept data on and not run into problems?
     
  13. J Hill Designs

    J Hill Designs Major Contributor

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    looks like maximum segment length for ethernet cables is 100meters
     
  14. ralphy

    ralphy New Member

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    E 016 error
    CPU Err
    [03]



    Data border
    exception/TLB
    exception
    (store) error:
    Abnormal
    condition in
    data border.
    Or TLB
    exception in
    data storing.



    1. Check serial
    number of the
    printer.
    2. Main board
    assembly may be
    defective.
    • Contact our
    customer support
    center.
    • Replace MAIN
    board assembly.



    "4.4.7
    Replacing
    MAIN
    Board" p.4-
    49

    from mutoh tech manual
     
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