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  1. I have found schematics on a QSS 430L-3 that are so close to my actual circuit boards that we can understund the functions and follow the the signal paths on the Pcb's. 🤞
  2. Minilab service: I will be happy for any documentation that you've got on the CPU Pcb and Relay Pcb, even if it is not the exact same Relay Pcb, I think the difference has to do with number of heaters and water valves and so on in an E6 developer but it would still be an help to identify the functions on the Pcb. davidlam: I have an intermittent "process level error 105". I have shorted the leads to the sensors but it´s still there. Sometime it takes several restarts of the machine until it suddenly starts without alarm. Then I can turn it ON and OFF several times without any alarm. I start to calibrate temp and replenish and so on and then suddenly the error is back, sensor leads still shorted. I think there are some mechanical error in the Relay Pcb but it is a pain to locate the functions on the Pcb without any schematics. The reason that I have exchanged the CPU board was that the display had stopped working. That is fixed with an new CPU Pcb.
  3. Hello All, I am looking for an QSF-R410L-3 service manual or schematics on the circuit boards J303796 and/or J200836-03. I suppose that there are no digitised service manuals on this old machine so a scan or photo of the schematics on the above mentioned boards would be great. Thank You in advance!
  4. Different makers of B/W film has different development times. Most B/W films must be processed between 20 - 24 celcius so You must have some cooling. Most B/W film needs shorter develope time than C41 film so You will have to shorten some of the racks. Rinsing time in water could also be a problem. It can be done but you will have to do some "balancing acts" ;-)
  5. Normally it is the electromagnet S770 that moves the selector that has been full of dirt. You will have to open the top of the dryer, find S770, mark the position on the plate with a sharp screwdriver and remove it for cleaning. After cleaning and reinstalling You can check the function in processor output check.
  6. If you have an error 6017-x there is some trouble with the feed cables to the left or/and right feed arm's. The only way to repair this once and for all is to exchange the cables.
  7. I have got some of those gears, please contact me on shutter.spareparts@gmail.com
  8. The door sensor is not one sensor but two, One is in contact with the computer and one in line with the power supply. The one that is giving you trouble is the one connected to the computer. There are switches constructed for low power signal use around, but those used in the frontier is not. Exchange the switches and all works well again.
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    Smell Problem

    In addition to Yustas replay, the bottom of all Fuji processors is made as a tray. They come with a plug that fits into a drainage hole in that tray. If that hole is plugged a leaking clamp, bellow and so on results in a buildup of water and chemistry in the bottom of the processor that then has all the ingredients to "stink".
  10. The reason to that I asked you to expose the paper to day light and then develop it was that this is a quick way to check that the P1 still give you a black D-max.
  11. Please check that your P1 are active, feed out 5cm paper from the paper magazine to expose it. Rewind the paper into the magazine and load it. Let the printer feed the exposed paper through the processor.
  12. Some 350/370 have had issues with the laser unit shutter or rather the foam ribbons around the shutter. If there is a fault with the shutter it self you will get an error. Other possible error is R AOM, since R laser is used to trigger the writing of a RGB line a bad R AOM could give you this error. Try to exhange R and G AOM.
  13. Check that the mounting shaft (axel) of item 327C1061322A really is proper/correct mounted. When people are going to exchange that gear they try to make the "easy" way, instead of dismounting the whole dryer they unscrew the small shaft (axel) that fixes 327C1061322A. When they reassemble it is very easy to miss the alignment and then get exactly the described error.
  14. Check that the mounting axel of item 327C1061322A really is proper/correct mounted. When people are going to exchange that gear they try to make the "easy" way, instead of dismounting the whole dryer they unscrew the small axel that fixes 327C1061322A. When they reassemble it is very easy to miss the alignment and then get exactly the described error.
  15. Clean IR-diod D561L. You have to lift the laser unit and detach the sensor D651P. Normaly it is enough to blow compressed air through the the opening via a thin plastic tube. If You would like to see the "before and after" you must remove the subscanner unit since D561L is mounted below the paper path.
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