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Kodak I-40 Scanner

Need help troubleshooting an "88" error that pops up for the scanner occassionally. Up to now I've just rebooted the scanner but would like to know what causes the error and how to prevent it. Do I need to send the scanner back to the manufacturer? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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8 Face up light check failure is the only code listed, not "88" for this model.

If code 8, the top lamp may well be occasionally flickering. Could be the Lamp or the Inverter (Ballast) check connections to lamp.

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

  • Steve Dyer
    Steve Dyer Jul 07, 2009


    Code 8 = Face up light check failure.

    There is not an 88 listed.



    You may have a lamp problem (Flickering occasionally) Check Lamp and Ballast connections to the top lamp.

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