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  1. Then have replace board. Board can be repaired, but outside minilab and using special equipment. Few times I repaired these boards and they work after that.
  2. Can you open QSS-Printer from Windows startup menu? If can't - make default computer LAN settings ( IP 192.168.1.12, mask 255. 255. 255. 224 , no gateway ) , connect computer and minilab directly ( use crossover cable ) and then run recovery utility ( NPIPLVUP ) .
  3. You will not get any help until explain normally what kind of stripes you have. Impossible to understand something, when read your text. You said stripes are horizontal, but you didn't tell paper movement direction ( for example horizontal stripes are on 15 x 21 size photo, but it can be printed on 15 cm width paper, or on 21 cm width paper. Stripes can be in the middle, side of paper, can be one stripe, or few of them. You didn't explain anything.
  4. Where you have these white stripes? At the same place on different papers? What is direction ( vertical, or horizontal ) ?
  5. Do you remember, which address was there - default settings, or IP or mask where changed? Try to open minilab specification and enter values, which where before. If you have minilab backup made when all worked you can restore loading it. To check connectivity with minilab can run EZ controller testing tool. There minilab IP can be scanned automatically. Also check computer LAN settings ( IP and mask ) , connect minilab and computer directly ( without hub - used crossover LAN cable ) .
  6. If all three anti dust fans rotate, but have error then check fan rotation sensors. Look levels on F620, F621 and F622 connectors ( pin 3 ) . There should see changes, when fan stopped and when fan rotate. Hold fan ( do not allow to rotate ) and then release. You should see changes on pin 3. If rotation sensors work, but still have error then check connectors. Rotation sensors are connected to PDC13 pin 1, 4 and 7 ( there signals from F622, F621 and F620 ) . If all OK, but still have errors then faulty PDC20, CTL20, or some connector on them.
  7. On Fuji 370 minilab ( LP2000 printer ) error E-2502 can cause : Missing power supply on fan (F620/F621/F622) . Anti-dust fan (F620/F621/F622) malfunction. Fan has power supply, but doesn't rotate. Rotating sensor malfunction. Fan rotates, but no level changes from fan rotation sensor. Connection error or disconnection between anti-dust fan(F620/F621/F622) and PDC13 on PDC20 circuit board Circuit protector F4 on PDC20 circuit board trip PDC20 circuit board malfunction CTL20 circuit board malfunction
  8. E-2502 means fan does not rotate, rotating sensor malfunction, bad connections, missing power supply, or faulty pcb. To say more need minilab model.
  9. On diagram see that on F specification processor used different CD float switch. On processors with F specification it is NFS-3T-51 ( part number W412091-01 ) and on all specification processors ( normal, SM, J ) it is NFS-3T-3R ( part number W408500-01 ) . Heater on F specification processor has different part number also.
  10. Are you sure that have problems with polygamy? If really - then have to find some other forum. Our forum is about minilabs and we do not solve family problems here. Polygamy is when someone lives with few partners ( for example man has two wives ) . If really you have polygon malfunction and have E2503 error then can be that polygon doesn't rotate. Then can be mechanical polygon fault, faulty motor, missing power supply, missing polygon ON signal or do not have pulses, which controls rotation speed. If polygon rotates, but have error can be that rotation sensor doesn't work, or missing signal from motor to board. More can say, when know minilab model.
  11. Probably you have converted S4 which has USB connector. Then it is HS1800 ( not S4, which has ARCNET + LVDS connectors ) . Look on Windows device manager. Do you see HS1800 there? How your scanner connected - using EZ controller, or without it?
  12. Many Fuji professional range papers ( Velvet, Maxima, Crystal Archive Album and many other ) do not have back printing. Look paper datasheets and you can find this information there. Go there and choose what you need : https://www.fujifilm.eu/eu/products/photofinishing/photographic-paper
  13. Look foam, which is under the shutter of laser unit. Some shred of the foam might be torn and obstruct the laser beam. It is typical problem on Fuji minilabs.
  14. The same cartridges used on most Noritsu printers - D701, D703, D705, D1005, QSS Green, QSS Green II , QSS Green III and QSS Green IV. There are a lot of makers, which make substitute cartridges for these drylabs - especially in China.
  15. Manual focus can help only if 120 carrier was registered before. Then can adjust focus manually and can scan. If carrier was not registered before you need register it. Can do it only with adjustment chart. It is possible to register without chart. Have open backup file ( scanner.lzh ) . There is file BkFocus#0.dat . Inside it are registration data for all carriers. File can be opened and edited using notepad, but do not know what to change to register 120 carrier. When open this file see many strange symbols and probably only Noritsu software can understand them.
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