Risograph C1610 Error E 78 - Problem was fixed by re attaching the detached cable inside the top scanner. you have to take apart the scanner on top and re attache the cable and that should get rid of the error
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Reboot pc until you have a picture, then try updating the drivers for the monitor and your gpu if applicable, outdated drivers can cause erratic and intermittent behavior. Navigation to drivers access varies slightly based on operating system.
Look at the OPC belt edges, there's a shiny spot that passes thru a sensor, a can of air should blow out the sensor, carefully! When the sensor can't see the timing spot you get that error. You may have to replace the OPC since companies are imbedding a chip that tells the machine when they're used up.
Is it an LCD or CRT monitor? Sounds like a cable to me. If it's an LCD, then just change out the cable. But if it is a CRT, then it will be more difficult because it is wired directly into the back of that type of monitor.
Your power suplly is blown you can repair if you know alittle about repair can use a soldoring iron. You have to take the back apart and look at power supply. Look for blown caps they show raised tops bubbling on top. If you can't repair I do repair of monitor for the schools where I live if you don't want to try and repair it cantact me I will pay for shipping for parts. [email protected]
Hi there, I've also had this problem a few times. I've found cleaning out the filter can help solve the problem of the E20 message. Also when it doesn't spin fast it usually means the load is uneven. I found it happens with towels or bedcovers, heavier loads, if the load is uneven it will spin slowly for a good few minutes and then just stop with the clothes still dripping. I found rearranging the load more evenly usually sorts it out.
I've had my machine for 18months now and usually love it. It washes and dries well, however, my dryer has stopped working again! I'd only had the machine 7 months when the dryer first stopped working another 11 months down the line and it's not working again!
Hope this helps. Lelly2003