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You will need to calibrate the paper and platen.To do that,you will need to enter technical access and disable disable four fault error by pressing LF and enter button simultaneously until tech access appear on control panel display,then press tof + enter to override four fault.Now you can clear the fault message.,then go to calibration procedures.
Hammer Voltage 2 is the worst error you can get on the Tally T6200 series...
A high resistance coil fault has likely occurred in one or more of the
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 blower underneath ribbon Deck.
Check the hammer bank for defective hammer coils qty 7 per hammerbank.
Confirm that hammer drive board is functioning properly.
Hopefully, you have paper in there!! LOL! Some times if the paper is not inserted correctly, the printer won't reqcognise that there is paper there, just pull it out and reinsert it, sometimes you have to do it maore than once.