Hello ortunosergio,I'm guessing that since you have the error code, that this is a Tango 2e model. Flipper Jam 06:06 means the printer did not see the flipper's rotation sensor clear while rotating the card. There can be many different causes for this error, some depend on the age of the printer.
To get a better view of what is happening, open the lid and slide the small filler panel (front / top of printer) towards the rear. Then lift it up and remove it. Remove the dye film if it is fitted. Close the lid. Switch off the printer. Remove the rear card hopper. Have a single card ready to manually insert into the rear of the printer (see below).
On the rear of the printer, press and hold in the small test button above the Ethernet socket. At the same time while holding in the test button, switch on the printer (keep holding the test button). When the printer says 'Soak Test' on the front panel, let go of the test button. When prompted, manually push the single card into the rear of the printer. The printer will now cycle through the card transport / flip / return. Watch very carefully while the flipper is rotating the card. Is the card hitting something? Are there any strange noises (a loud buzzing noise would indicate the flipper card transport stepper motor was stalling. Is it possible maybe to take a photo of exactly the position of the card when the error happens?
In the meantime, check the following;
- Check that the Black rubber roller is in the centre of the flipper mechanism (this can sometimes move to the left-hand side).
With the printer switched off;
- Manually rotate the flipper so you can see the White nylon roller on the underside. Check that the leaf spring has not been bent out of position (happens if there have been double card feeds - check card thickness adjuster at the rear '30' = 0.76mm card thickness).
- This one may sound strange, but it makes a difference; The front fascia panel must be level with the two long side panels. Even just 2mm too high will cause the card to hit the fascia panel. It can be gently tapped down using the palm of your hand. If necessary, remove the side panels to access the front fascia fixing screws (4). A 5.5mm nut spinner is useful here.
What would be extremely useful would be if you could shoot a small video showing the error as it happens (during the soak test maybe).
Finally, check your printer's warranty status here;http://www.magicardonline.net
If it's under warranty, then it can be returned for repair free of charge (excluding shipping).
Let me know what you find.