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I had a similar problem. The issue was that I would receive a "fan error" notice but the fan was still spinning when the error displayed and then the machine would stop. I took plotter to my garage, removed the covers and used my air compressor to blow out the dust from the fan and the circuit boards. When I blew out the fan, a ton of dust and "dots" from the punched material came flying out. After a thorough cleaning, I put it back together and have not had the problem since - it works like new. I think what happens is that the fan becomes clogged with dust and dots and slows the fan enough to send an error signal to the plotter. No dust, no dots, no error! Try that - hope it works for you!
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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