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Noritsu QSS 3212 Exposure Advance Pressure change motor 1 operation error.6136-00001

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PLEASE AM HAVING THIS CHALLENGE WITH THIS ERROR MESSAGE ON QSS 3212, THE ERROR KEEPS OCCURING ONCE YOU CLEAR IT AND THE MOTOR WANTS TO INITIALIZE THEN  IT WILL RE OCCUR AGAIN:    Exposure Advance Pressure change motor 1 operation error.6136-00001 , PLEASE HELP

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6136-00001 - Exposure advance pressure change sensor 1 does not turn DARK from LIGHT even though the exposure advance pressure change motor 1 has moved for the specified length.
Can be faulty sensor, motor, or control boards. Open printer doors and put magnets on sensors. Then go to output check and run exposure advance pressure change motor 1. Look this motor rotates, or not. If rotates - make sure that exposure advance pressure change sensor 1 is closed well. If it is opened and closed, but you do not see status changes on menu then can be sensor faulty. 
If motor doesn't rotate can be faulty motor, burned fuse F32 on Printer I/O PCB 1, faulty printer I/O PCB 1, printer control PCB, printer power supply 1.
If sensor doesn't work can be printer I/O PCB 3, printer control PCB, multi power supply.

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Do not know, why to replace fuse ( or some other element ) , which is not broken. Use my troubleshooter ( March 16 post ) and you find what doesn't work. All possible ideas are there. Check all step by step and you will find what is wrong. Now we even do not know what does't work - motor, or sensor.

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4 hours ago, Dennis-fotogold said:

Hi, I have the same problem

FUSE F32 and F33 is OK

but TP1 and TP3 no voltage

TP4 - OK 36 V

LED 4 , 3 , 6 , 5 OK light

LED 1 , 2 24V nolight

Printer I/O PCB 1 J390866 - here is done 24 V, or from somewhere coming ?

Thanks Zdenek

Replace the power supply PS1.

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