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Can't communicate with scanner

I have one kodak i160 which can't communicate with the scanner. I was told the board was burnt so i ordered a new board which worked for a day but have developed the same can't communicate with the scanner problem. What can i do?

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The Ballast (inverters) for the lamps are drawing to much current and killing
the main CPU PCB.
Recommend a back to base or on site call. :-

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Wht error code is showed?

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