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Contex copymate g18 ijet reads 'not ready'

It is only two months old and hasn't been overused at all... it was shipped over from america and our distributors (middlemen) are unable to answer our questions without asking the americans first... it simply reads 'not ready' on the scanner display... this is rather urgent, the scanner playing a key role in my business enterprise... any help would be appreciated, thanks

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These type of scanners use multiple cameras/multiple mirrors to scan a single line. They also perform electronic stitching. If the mirrors are misalighned during transportation, it is a serious problem.Aligning them at the field level is rather difficult.

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