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Hammer volatge 2 fault error replace cable and logic card but problem not solved


hello
Please Check Your Hammer Bank Cable Proper Both Side (Logic card And Hammer Bank Side)
If Your Cable Is Proper Than Your Hammer Bank Problem
So Please Replace Your Hammer Bank
Regards
Yogendra Sharma

Oct 26, 2012 | Tally 6312 Matrix Printer

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I have a taly t6215,for about 7 years it worked with no problem.but it's about 1 week that when we print it shows an error message like this:"...voltage".when I turn it off and then turn it on it work


You are most likely seeing "Hammer Voltage" errors on the T6215, it is worth observing the exact wording of the error seen as this can identify the cause. If the error is Hammer Voltage this indicates there is a problem with one of the following components; One of the hammer coils may be faulty, try a meter across each coil to measure its resistance a faulty coil should show up as being different to the majority. There may be a short circuit to one one the hammer coils, ensure the ribbon shield is not damaged and is in possition correctly, also ensure there are no foreign bodies which may short across the hammer bank. Check the ribbon cable from the main board to the hammer bank for damage and ensure the cable connects correctly. There may be a fault with the main board or with the interconnect board on the hammer bank.

Nov 12, 2011 | Tally T6215 Matrix Printer

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I've TallyGenicom 6312 It was printing and suddenly stopped and display the following error: Fault: Coil 26 and doesn't print anymore. Please help!


This error is is indicating the printer detects a problem with one of the coils which make up the hammer bank.
You can try checking for any obstructions in the printer, in particular check the ribbon shield is no bent or out of place and may short out any coils.

Further then this to identify the problem may involve disassembling the printer. Ensure the hammer bank alignment is not messed up or you will need to replace this!

Check the cables from the hammer bank to the logic board for any damage, check the cable makes good contact.

Further than this you may be able to test each of the coils with a multi meter to see if there is a fault with a coil, if there is it is likely the hammer bank will need to be replaced as it is not passable to service this in the field.

Mar 26, 2011 | TallyGenicom 6312 Matrix Printer

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I GOT PROBLEM IN TALLY 6303.ERROR CODE IS HAMMER VOLTAGE 1 FAULT, CAN U HELP ME WHUCH IC OR CHIP FAULTY


It could be the problem with your Hammer bank/ Hammer bank cable or MLC, Some cases dusty hammer bank .

Sep 25, 2010 | Tally 6306 Matrix Printer

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15V CTL fail*


+15 Voltage Regulator is sourced on the CMX. Used by Hammer Bank Logic, Ribbon Drive, Shuttle Drive and Paper Feed Drive Logic on CMX.
a) Redownload Flash software.
b) Replace Flash Memory SIMM.
c) Check / Replace Hammer Bank Logic Cable Assy (152421-901).
d) Check / Replace Hammer Bank Power Cable Assy (164805-901
e) Replace the CMX PCBA

Jun 21, 2010 | Printronix Line Matrix P5005B Printer

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T6312


The problem coming from your logic card hammer bank cable . Need to be replace logic card and hammer bank cable.

May 19, 2010 | TallyGenicom 6312 Matrix Printer

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Ibm 6400


This is a easy problem... Have any question call 972-907-9771 x311
51e9bbd.jpg ATTENTION Hammer springs and hammer tips are fragile. Do not touch the hammer springs or tips. Handle hammer springs by the
thick mounting base only. Apply pressure only to the mounting base.
NOTE: Replace a hammer spring assembly only if there is visible damage or broken parts can be seen in the assembly.
5. Remove the mounting screws from the old hammer spring assembly. (See Figure 18, page 367.)
6. Handling the hammer spring assembly by the mounting base only, gently pry the old hammer spring assembly off its
mounting pins. (See Figure 18, page 367.)
7. Inspect the hammer bank and the old hammer spring assembly:
a. If there is ink on the hammer bank mounting surface, the hammer spring assembly mounting surface, or the hammer
spring neck or tines, reinstall the old hammer spring assembly and replace the shuttle frame assembly (page 405).
b. If the old hammer spring assembly and the hammer bank are free of ink, install the new hammer spring assembly
Installation
1. Using a clean dry cloth, wipe the hammer spring mounting surface on the hammer bank. Make sure the cloth does not
leave lint on the hammer bank.
ATTENTION Hammer springs and hammer tips are fragile. Do not touch the hammer springs or tips. Handle hammer springs by the
thick mounting base only. Apply pressure only to the mounting base.
NOTE: Replace a hammer spring assembly only if there is visible damage or you see broken parts in the assembly.
2. Handling it by the mounting base only, remove the new hammer spring assembly and mounting screws from the box.
3. Handling the hammer spring assembly by the mounting base only, carefully position it on the hammer bank mounting pins.
then gently press the mounting base down against the alignment pins. (See Figure 19, page 369.)
4. Continue pressing down on the mounting base of the the new hammer spring assembly as you install the mounting screws
from the replacement kit. Using a Torx T-10 bit adapter, torque each screw to 14 inch-pounds (1.58 N•m). Tighten the
center screw(s) first. (See Figure 19, page 369.)
NOTE: Use the 1-30 inch-pound Torque Screwdriver, IBM part number 16F1661.
5. Install the hammer bank cover assembly (page 354).
6. Install the shuttle frame assembly (page 405).
7. Install the ribbon and load paper.
ATTENTION Do not attempt to adjust or “tweak” hammer springs.
8. Run an operator print test and check print quality (page 223):
a. If print quality is acceptable, return the printer to normal operation (page 339).
b. If print quality is still degraded, replace the shuttle frame assembly (page 405).

Sep 10, 2009 | IBM 6400 Matrix Printer

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I have T6218 printer and it prints for about TWO minutes then starts slowing down and then stops printing showing an error of "HAMMER VOLTAGE 2". I relaced the Hammer coil kit in Banks 1 and 2. still same...


If you haven't fixed? If you don't get Hammer Voltage 2 error immediately, then sounds like your blower underneath the ribbon deck which keeps the hammerbank kewl is not working... Be careful but you can get shelf or cart about printer height and remove the ribbon deck with ribbon & cables still connected from the print. Rotate and sit it on the shelf or a cart. Start printing and see if the black blower(in the middle with a little black air duct going to the hammerbank) is working.

One other thing their's qty 7 hammer coils per hammer bank, if you have replaced the 1st 2 reading from left to right with hammerbank installed in printer, then you have qty 5 more which 1 of the 5 left is causing Hammer Voltage 2.

Have any other ??? feel free to call at x311
Toby

Feb 02, 2009 | Tally T6218 Matrix Printer

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Hammer voltage 2


A high resistance coil fault has likely occurred in one or more of the hammer coils. Note: this fault message will have been preceded by printing slow-down attempts associated with On-The-Fly thermal monitoring of hammer bank temperature.

Check the hammer bank for defective coils.
Replace the
Controller Board

Jan 08, 2009 | TallyGenicom 6312 Matrix Printer

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HUMMER VOLTAGE ERROR


There are two different Hammer Voltage errors on the 6306; Hammer Voltage 1 and Hammer Voltage 2.

Hammer Voltage 1:

One of the hammer drive circuits was turned on when it shouldn’t have been, so all printing has been disabled. The usual cause is a failed drive transistor.

Solution: Replace the Controller Board.

Hammer Voltage 2:

A high resistance coil fault has likely occurred in one or more of the hammer coils. Note: this fault message will have been preceded by printing slow-down attempts associated with On-The-Fly thermal monitoring of hammer bank temperature.

Solution:

Check the hammer bank for defective coils.
Replace the Controller Board

May 07, 2008 | TallyGenicom 6306 Matrix Printer

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