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  1. Dave S

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    What is the model number of your machine? What is the problem you are having with the d-ICE board? Any error numbers?
  2. The image that is in the centre is what it is currently set at. As your print is darker than the monitor you need to make the monitor darker to match the print. If you click the centre right image, the centre image will go darker. Then press the Order Save Profile button. Normally you would match it with the prints that the machine prints out, but for some reason your machine seems to be having an issue making the prints, so we are having to just guess.
  3. Press the arrow and Select All Then press next
  4. In that case correcting the monitor is the only way to go as CesarBR said. Menu, Extension, Setup, Monitor Setup. The first picture of the glass will correct the density, personally I wouldn't try to adjust any of the other glass pictures, just click next until the end, then Order to save the profile.
  5. Oh OK, then the only way is to add a density correction to each print channel. Yes that's true if the issue is the monitor isn't matching the output. Sometimes the issue is when printing on Auto everything is coming out too light for example, there isn't an easy way to correct for this situation.
  6. The simple answer is no it will not effect just 5 frames. It is the temperature of the chemistry in the tanks that is the most important factor, even if the pumps and heaters switch off because of the error, the temperature in the tanks is not going to immediately drop, it would take at least 15-30 minutes for the CD temperature to change enough for you to notice any difference to the films. If the drive motor had stopped you would get the error "040 Drive Motion Error". If you open the processor top cover you will see the gears rotating at the back. It would be extremely rare for the drive to stop unless a gear etc got physically broken, but in this case the problem would be permanent and not intermittent.
  7. This error means the communication data between the LVDS and the ARCNET do not match. The cause is normally due to poor ARCNET (fibre optic cable) communication.
  8. Adding approximately +1.0 to Y, M & C should add density.
  9. It could be a few things really. Bad wiring/ connections, a faulty driver board, or the heater inside the LED unit has gone bad, which means a replacement LED unit.
  10. The message means the temperature of the light source is being adjusted, it means it's either too hot, or too cold. Go into scanner maintenance, input check, LED light source and see what temperature is being displayed. The temperature should be either 47oC for the type 0 light source or 43oC for the type 1 light source.
  11. Yes one probe on T1 and the other on T2, with the power on and in normal operation mode. Same with the fuses. (Meter on AC volts) It's normal for the drive and dryer to turn off after 5 minutes after power on. I don't think it is the processor control PCB as, the LED's for the 3 SSR's are on, and the other LED's are on indicating the relay's are on. To me it's as if there is no power there to drive the heaters. I'm going to ask a silly question, is J/P655 definitely plugged in to the Power PCB 1? If you replace the processor control PCB, you should do a software upgrade from the HD just for the processor only, also load the the backup data in service mode you can just load the data for the processor.
  12. If you are confident measuring live voltages, you can measure between the screw terminals T1 & T2, there should be 220-240V AC You can also check the mains voltage between Fuse F1 & F6, again should be 220-240V AC. The relays X1 & X2 will be the black squarish relays, they are not SSR's. There is no easy way to easily test them without removing the PCB and testing it on the bench. Would have to apply 24V DC to the relay coil and check the resistance of the contacts using a multimeter. If you have a spare power PCB 1, I would just swap it out. Take a photo of all the connectors and terminals before you swap it as a reference. Make sure the machine is isolated from the wall socket before you swap the board.
  13. Could it be incorrect firmware for the media? I know Kodak keep changing the media, and each change requires a firmware update.
  14. It can't be done. Only the S4 scanner can be converted to a HS-1800, and a S1-II to a LS-1100
  15. Do you read and plot the control strips? Or are you saying they look ok visually?
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