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Enter the "System settings" - by pressing «Setup», «Services» or «SET» on the remote control (depending on the version the remote control)
- Select "Servers"
- In the input field "NTP server" enter "pool.ntp.org"
- Confirm "OK"
- Reboot mag250
regarding JUKI MOL-254 error ( unknown command trap* address er 010:9afc ) that's means there's a conflict inside control box at main board or problem at main EP-ROM ( software for main board ).
- just try to make refresh for machine and let me know.
ASHRAF ABOZID [email protected]
CAIRO - EGYPT
Problem Description: One of the Printheads has an Internal Electrical Problem. Corrective Action: Try the following: n Remove all the Printheads and clean the flex contacts on the Printheads and in the Carriage Assembly (Refer to Chapter 2). n Perform the Electronic Systems Test þ Page 4-5. n Make sure that the Trailing Cable is connected correctly. n Replace the Trailing Cable þ Page 8-39. n Replace the Carriage Assembly þ Page 8-44. n If the error code continues, replace the Electronics Module þ Page 8-25. WARNING Only replace one component at a time and check if the error has gone before replacing another component. Using this procedure you will be able to determine exactly which component failed.
System Error: 0C0032 (Continuable)
Drop Detector not Calibrated for all Printheads.
Corrective Action: Try the following:
n Perform the Service Station Calibration þ
n Replace the Drop Detector Assembly þ
n If the Error Code continues, replace the Electronics Module þ
WARNING Only replace one component at a time and check if the error has
gone before replacing another component. Using this procedure
you will be able to determine exactly which component failed