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E-2529 SOS detection failed-Frontier 355

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Suddenly this error appear. First pictures of the last order comme out OK, after that 15 pictures totally blue (uniform beautiful blue -no stripes, no people , no nothing -only blue) and the last 4 pictures totally white. After that no printing was possible at all....

What can I do ? Any oppinions please...

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By the way: if you input 2529 in the search field of this forum - you will be VERY surprised when you find dozens of topics on this subject.
just try...
And,  In short: first of all, check the condition of your AOM driver (red channel).
replace it with green channel and print test and see the result.
 

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Hello again,

First of all I want to thanks again Yustas for the informations I find in minilablaser.com/fujifilm-troubleshooting section regarding laser errors and symptoms....

I succeed to solve my problem folowing this steps :

1- after swapping the RED AOM with GREEN AOM , I find both in working state - so the problem was in optical block (red laser - optical surfaces - AOM RED crystal or electrical connections)

2- disassembly the laser box and box covers to have acces inside

3- visual evaluation of interior and optical surfaces (lenses-mirrors)

4- surprisingly I find lot of dust especially on the small rectangular mirror coresponding to SOS optical sensor, but also on all internal surfaces of assembly

5- carefully clean everithing I can triyng to remove dust everywhere I can, with special attention to SOS signal reflecting mirror and the path of Red laser

6- Contact spray applied on all laser assembly conectors

And to my delight the Frontier work again like new.

Hope my story will help someone in similar situation

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On 4/20/2018 at 1:27 AM, itt said:

Hello again,

First of all I want to thanks again Yustas for the informations I find in minilablaser.com/fujifilm-troubleshooting section regarding laser errors and symptoms....

I succeed to solve my problem folowing this steps :

1- after swapping the RED AOM with GREEN AOM , I find both in working state - so the problem was in optical block (red laser - optical surfaces - AOM RED crystal or electrical connections)

2- disassembly the laser box and box covers to have acces inside

3- visual evaluation of interior and optical surfaces (lenses-mirrors)

4- surprisingly I find lot of dust especially on the small rectangular mirror coresponding to SOS optical sensor, but also on all internal surfaces of assembly

5- carefully clean everithing I can triyng to remove dust everywhere I can, with special attention to SOS signal reflecting mirror and the path of Red laser

6- Contact spray applied on all laser assembly conectors

And to my delight the Frontier work again like new.

Hope my story will help someone in similar situation

thanks for ur sharing...btw , i didn't find RED aom channel in aom driver...just G channel and B channel and it was input and output...sorry bad english..thanks...

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If you do not see AOM driver on Red channel then it is not 355 minilab ( minilab model on this post ) . For example on 330 ( 340 ) synchronization is in Green channel.

Try to swap G and B channels on AOM driver. If after that error disappear then G AOM driver channel is faulty.

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Salut!

J'ai un petit soucis sur mon frontière375, J ai imprime que de photo vert dominant, comme remarque après le sep up papier ou test, il y'a pas de rouge sur le papier test .on a vérifier les AOM tout fonctionne correctement. On se dit peut être l'unité laser, on était dans le bon c'était bel bien l'unité laser.

Après vérification, on a passé par le nettoyage intérieur de, poussière le laser rouge, après remontage on parvient plus même à imprimer les photos, là le message sos qui apparaît.

Je cherche une solution pour dépanner l'unité laser.

 

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