Claims to have too little power on another website. Power supply checked. Supplying 32.6 volts.Correct. Says to then service it. Cleaned out ink tray and pad which was full of ink and carriage, rod, rollers etc. Still flashing. It would appear to be a Power supply problem within the printer or a motherboard fault. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Stumped.
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So the printer has no indicator lights on at the printer? If so have you verified the power supply is working and is supplying power to the printer. You need to check the voltage output with a DC volt meter.
The alternator output must be more than 12 volts, usually +/- 14 volts. Measurements may be made with the engine running connected/unconnected to battery. Once the engine is running, disconnecting the battery will not normally cause the engine to die/stop. However, lights, radio, clock, and other accessories will not have power.
Sounds like the alternator is not supplying enough power, or the battery is old and not holding a charge. Connect a volt meter across the battery, start engine should read between 13.5 and 14,5 volts, turn on headlights and heater blower meter should hold around 13.2 volts, if it drops lower then the alternator is not supplying enough power. The alternator drive belt may be slack? If its the battery, you will need to get a workshop to check it.
you have a volt meater check the power supply to see if it is sending
the correct power. If you get a rating more that 5 volts above or below
the rated voltage you have a busted power supply. If it is above 5
volts the router is most likely dead.
If you don't have one try to locate another 12v (or whatever its voltage is) power supply.
When you have a faint image, it means that the backlights are not turning on, most of the time, its the inverter not supplying power to the lights. My suggestion is to take a volt meter and test the voltage going to the inverter. I can not tell you what it should be, but you should have voltage more than 5 volts going to it. Its very possible that if you changed the inverter and the screen, that the main board is not supplying enough power.
Are you using a volt/ohm meter to determine that the transformer is supplying power to the printer?
If so, what is the input (measured at the receptacle) to the transformer?
What is the output of the transformer and is it supplying the correct amount of voltage (output voltage requirement is normally found imprinted on the body of the transformer or in the technical specifications section of the printer's manual.
Try charging the battery overnight, start the engine and measure the battery voltage. It should read 13.5 to 14.5 volts DC. If it reads 12.6 volts, the alternator has quit supplying energy. Take the car to your favorite auto parts supply store and have them test the alternator right on the car. They usually do this for free as they hope to sell you a replacement part.
Either one of two problems, the main power supply has an issue or has gone bad. 'Not supplying the correct voltages to your processing/controlling board' or that you are having problems with your processing/controlling board. My guess is the main power supply board. A Good TV Service Shop would give you an idea of what the cost of repair should be. Call around. Blessing, A/V Media Tech Guy