Hi im desparete for fixing a datalogic ds 2100 escaner, the motor seems to turn on and off when it wants, the problem is the escaner is from a machine for dvd renting and the all shop is closed for the ****** scaner, if any one could help ill apreciatit a lot, i will also pay if needed , thanks very much , my email is [email protected] tlf 697368432 spanish mobile phone
You can check following:
-The DS2100 Scanner better works with a voltage close to 30V (24V for example). When the voltage is to low (near 10V) it can appends that the motor stops.
-If the Scanner is an DS2100A, is it possible to start/stop motor with a serial string.
- It can also be a mechanical problem.
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Im pretty sure when it gets to the point where it doesn't recognize its own screen is when its time to get a new ds. But if you really want to find out if it can be fixed (and don't mind paying more then its worth) you could to it to electronic shop or best buy to have them look at it.
Not sure if this will help you, but my son dropped his on to a concrete pavement and it wen black, the charge lite would only come up for one second then go out when I plugged it in to charge. Just for fun, I had a spare battery and changed it. In this instance, the system started working again.
Not sure how this can happen, but dropping it on the floor seems to have killed the battery that was in it. A simple replacement battery did the trick for me.