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  1. Hello All ! Todays problem is All of the working tanks are not heating up even after 2 hours of warm up time. Working tank temperatures did not rise. All fuses on J390456 are ok (F1-F11 and FL1-FL4) all SSRs look good, None are dark or burnt or damaged. PCB J390564 is the same. Everything looks fine. No error messages were displayed. What could it be ? thank you !
  2. Hello, We have a Fujifilm FP563SCAL film processor and its throwing a H1 heater error. A quick fix was to turn off the machine, wait a few minutes and turn it back on. Then two solid state relays burnt out and we replaced them. Things were ok for a little while and now H1 error is coming back. The solid state relays look fine. A friend of mine told me there is a fix or patch that you can do by adding a wire to the back of the board to keep the heater from tripping off but he can't find the instructions on how to do it anymore. Anyone have any thoughts on this other than spending $600 on a board? Thanks, Bob
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