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E-2810 means DC output in main DC power source PS2 abnormal. Can be poorly connected or broken harness between the CTL11 on the CTL23 circuit board and
PWR1 on the PWR23 circuit board, faulty PWR23 circuit board, faulty unit (PS2) in the DC power supply.

E-2815 means CTL23 circuit board or PDA circuit board connector is disconnected. Faulty connection of the harness between the CTL and PDA circuit board is detected. Can be poorly connected or broken harness between CTL13 on the CTL23 circuit board and PDA1 on the PDA23 circuit board, or CTL14 on the CTL23 circuit board and PDA2 on the PDA23 circuit board.

Check all connections and PS2 power supply. Faulty power supply is typical fault. If need - I can repair it. 

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On 5/31/2021 at 8:08 PM, Minilab service said:

E-2810 means DC output in main DC power source PS2 abnormal. Can be poorly connected or broken harness between the CTL11 on the CTL23 circuit board and
PWR1 on the PWR23 circuit board, faulty PWR23 circuit board, faulty unit (PS2) in the DC power supply.

E-2815 means CTL23 circuit board or PDA circuit board connector is disconnected. Faulty connection of the harness between the CTL and PDA circuit board is detected. Can be poorly connected or broken harness between CTL13 on the CTL23 circuit board and PDA1 on the PDA23 circuit board, or CTL14 on the CTL23 circuit board and PDA2 on the PDA23 circuit board.

Check all connections and PS2 power supply. Faulty power supply is typical fault. If need - I can repair it. 

Yea I Change the PS2 Power Supply. Now i am ok But E-2877 Error Still, How to solve ???

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You didn't have E-2877 before. After power supply replacement all other errors diapered.

E-2877 means LDD circuit board power source L+5V is abnormal. Check A-12V power supply on LDD23 board ( connector LDD4 - pin 2. If have it - LDD23 board is faulty. If have not - something disconnected on power supply board ( PWR23 ), or burned fuse F56 ( 4A ) . Green diode ( PD56 ) beside fuse should be light.

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