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  1. Drivers for a lab Pc

    The PC-NRT-RS13 came with a 2 disk recovery CD, there were no separate driver disks. It's listed as a Ricoh FB14Q. I know the Ricoh FB11 is actually manufactured by Supermicro (P8SGA-V) Look for different model numbers printed on the motherboard, sometimes hidden under the Ricoh labels.
  2. This post was made in January. I think it's likely to have been fixed by now!
  3. Noritsu Calibration

    The MMC has an Auto focus motor that moves the carriage up and down to adjust for different thickness of mounted slide. It does this on every slide that it scans, or on the first slide of the order depending upon the setting in operator selections. Check the operation of the AF motor in output check. Make sure the 2 AF mirrors are clean.
  4. C/H/P-mixed format prints ?

    It's a left over from the old days of APS film C= Classic 4x6" H= High Definition 4x7" P= Panoramic 4x10"
  5. Matching Fuji to Noritsu color

    I'm not sure you will ever get the same machine type to match exactly, let alone different generation machines running different software from a different manufacture! Manually the way to do it would be to put corrections into the F → Menu → Extension → Setup → Paper Setup, for each individual magazine. on the Noritsu printers.
  6. 3501 Help

    Go to F → Menu → Extension → Setup → Laser Setup → Magazine Registration/Setup, On the 203 magazines set the 1 (assuming type 1 is the paper in use) to 0, then click yes to register, then set it back the same number it was (1). Now click the Magazine Registration/Setup button to setup the magazine again. Hopefully that will clear any bad data on the 8" magazine.
  7. 3501 Help

    You don't need any password to register the canisters or get access to the setup menus. First check in F → Menu → Extension → Setup → Paper Setup, Select your 8" paper magazine 203(#) check the balance memory figures on the 8" papers match the 4" paper. The standard value is 0 0 0. Check the balance memory inside the print channel settings, under the image quality Tab, again the standard value is 0 0 0.
  8. blue spot

    That's great news! For the benefit of others reading this post, can you explain how you solved it?
  9. I'm finding what you are saying hard to believe! How exactly is the "experienced operator" using the machine to print? When the "control board" was replaced was the software upgrade done? To me this sounds more like a software issue, rather than a PCB issue; especially as you say the machine can still print.
  10. blue spot

    Is this happening on all widths of paper? Or is it only on one magazine? Please upload a scanned image of the emulsion test print from the paper magazine you used to make the above print. Also take a screen shot of the colorimeter readings when you do the daily setup.
  11. blue spot

    What does the emulsion test print look like? Check the chemistry is good.
  12. Noritsu QSS-3102 Turbo Lane Selection

    So it would appear the centre part of the rack rollers are driving more than on the outer edges of the rollers. (rollers swollen in the centre) I would try to experiment by putting a few turns of splicing tape on the outer edges (say 2" from the edge) of a few of the outer rollers in the racks to make the print twist in the opposite direction to correct the skew. A more permanent material to use would be heat shrink tubing. The damage to the prints will be happening in the dryer, so if you can lessen the skew before it enters the dryer the prints will be fine.
  13. Noritsu QSS-3102 Turbo Lane Selection

    Are you printing the 6x4 prints using 4" or 6" paper? Which direction is the print twisting when it is exiting the dryer? Example 1 or 2? 1. Is it the left lane twisting in a clockwise direction and the right lane twisting in an anti-clockwise direction? 2. Is it the left lane twisting in a anti-clockwise direction and the right lane twisting in a clockwise direction?
  14. How To Connect Kodak G4 To Ms01?

    If the Kodak G4 Kiosk has the Fuji enabler loaded it will allow orders to be printed on a Fuji Frontier printer from the Kodak G4 Kiosk. MS01 software has nothing to do with the G4 Kiosk, MS01 is the software that drives the Fuji Frontier printers.
  15. QSS 3201 Power problem

    I think the first issue is the machine is in program timer mode. Hold down the green button on the sorter until the machine comes on. The second issue will be related to the temperature of the LED unit in the scanner. Go to maintenance, input check, input section, LED light source unit, Check the temperature display. It needs to be 45.0C if it's over this temperature, check the filter on the bottom of the scanner is not clogged, check the cooling fans on the back of the scanner are running. If it's below 45.0C you will need to increase the temperature around the scanner unit with a heater.
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