Question about TallyGenicom 6306 Matrix Printer
This sensor can be re-calibrated.
Press LF and Enter for 5 seconds to enter Tech access mode.
Press menu scroll to test then press enter.
Scroll to Diag and press enter.
Scroll to cal-paper and press enter.
Scroll to paper out calibration and follow onscreen prompts.
If it still fails replace the sensor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: error on tally genicom 6312
found this on Tally Genicom's Website about your device.
Technical Services Note
MT6xx/T6xxx (All) Paper Motion Faults 11 May 1995
If you are having problems with recurring Paper Motion Faults that don’t seem to stay
fixed by doing the paper motion sensor calibration, try the following:
· Check the back of the form along the left side to ensure there are no black (dark) areas
in the area of the tractor drive holes. (If there are, this is probably the problem. If not,
proceed on down this list.)
Clean the sensor on the upper left tractor then run the calibration routine again. If it’s
not better yet, continue.
With Tech Access ON, do the following:
Go into DIAG - Meters - Paper Motion and monitor the sensor reading with paper
installed and removed. If the reading with paper installed is in the 300 to 350 mVolt
range, change the sensor (even if it seems to run the calibration alright). A more
normal reading would be something greater than 600 mVolts for the MT691/6092 and
1000mVolts or greater in the 645/661. Don’t forget to recalibrate the sensor. If it’s
not fixed yet, try this next step.
Run a configuration printout and then do the following:
1. Clear the NV Ram (Tech Access feature ON)
2. Calibrate the Paper Motion and Paper Out sensors
3. Restore the configuration based on the print-out you just ran
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Posted on Oct 31, 2008
Power ON printer holding down ONLINE button, release it after TESTMENU is on display. Press NEXT few times, enter APM or somthing like that (or APW? cant remember), switch it to OFF. Press ONLINE. Thats it! Greetings.
ps. this is procedure direct from polish division of tallygenicom servicedesk. it works for me perfectly!!
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
SOURCE: I own a Tally Genicom
The error indicated on the 8008, ‘SVC E9’ indicates the printer is not detecting the OPC Belt as rotating in the printer. The printer ‘looks’ for two black squires on the left side of the OPC Belt (as viewed from the front of the printer) if the printer does not ‘see’ black squires the printer indicates the SVC E9 error.
If the printer is displaying the SVC E9 error the most likely cause is something to do with the OPC Belt, normally removing the OPC belt from the printer then re-seating the belt would resolve the problem in most cases, as the OPC belt may not be locating correctly in the printer.
Unfortunately you have already removed the OPC Belt from the printer without resolving the problem, it may however be worth removing the OPC belt again and to look at the green reflective surface to see if there any damage or if the green surface is fairly central and is no skewed or bent in any way.
Depending on which position the OPC belt stops in you may see the black squares down the left side of the belt, if you can see these and they don’t look damaged or scratched the printer should detect the OPC belt ok, so the problem may lie with the sensor on the printer its self.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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