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I have a d-lab3 which keeps giving 'lazer power green too low' have changed the lazer to a spare one which I presume is ok and get 'laser power blue too low', tried another laser and the same message comes up. Have tried two other fibres and tried realigning the fibre at both ends but am struggling to get the monitor diode g/b up to 2000, the values fluctuare wildly, am suspecting it could be the laser power supply, have tried a spare one I have but not sure how good the spare supply is, any thoughts? Laser power is 790mv, 5.2A, its old but seems to light and work.
Hello Dear minilabhelp community, I'm requesting a little of your time to help me with a little problem with a [Fujifilm - Frontier 330 - slp 800 sc] minilab. Some days things are going good, no issues whatsoever and some others days (like today) things are turning very bad. No matter how many calibrations i try, it looks like the lab refuses to keep the correct settings. It happens with every paper types, every magazines and the problem appears to be totally random... Some times i can make a hundred prints without any problem and some others times, i can't do 2 or 3 in a row, without that kind of printing issues. Usually the lab gives me green(), then red(), then good() calibration test. 3 tests no more. But since a few weeks now, some pictures are turning green() or red(&) for no reasons. As You may notice, sometimes it's the whole picture, sometimes just a quarter and lately, just a little strip. I tried to recalibrate of course and the least i can tell is : that it's no working everytime... So my question is, do you think it's related to AOM Driver or Laser? I have a little idea because I looked through for forum for quite some times, but I wanted to show You examples in my case, to be "sure". Thanks in advance for any suggestions/advices!