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Noritsu QSS 3211 Communication Erros


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Over the past few days we have been having problems with multiple Arcnet error messages including 6087-008, 6329-004, 6901-0200. And we keep getting a message that the CPU has been reset and it asks us to shutdown and restart. This sounds like more than just ARCNET cables issues. Is this more of a PCB replacement fix? 

 

Thank you for your help. 

-Ben

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En los últimos días hemos estado teniendo problemas con varios mensajes de error arcnet incluyendo 6087-008, 6329-004, 6901-0200. Y seguimos recibiendo un mensaje de que la CPU se ha restablecido y nos pide que apaguemos y reiniciemos. Esto suena como algo más que problemas de cables ARCNET. ¿Es esto más de una solución de reemplazo de PCB?

 

Gracias por su ayuda.

-Ben

it could be the pcb or the wiring
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First need to find what really doesn't work stable and causes ARCNET noise. As result you see various ARCNET errors.

Disable QSS software autostart and run ARCNET test software. From digital ICE control pcb disconnect all ARCNET cables except ARCNET from commuter. Run test and make sure, that have no errors between computer and digital ICE control pcb. If have not - connect ARCNET cables from image processing and try test again. If no errors - workstation works perfectly and it is bad ARCNET on one of printer boards ( processor, laser control, or printer ) . Need test one by one there. 

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