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Old July 27th, 2019 Jul 27, 2019 11:28:14 AM -   #31 (permalink)
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Thanks for your reply, yes the error comes from the first print or from the first nozzle check, same
 
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Thanks for your reply, yes the error comes from the first print or from the first nozzle check, same
If it comes immediately (even at nozzle check) - I would say that this is an electrical problem.
Unless your printhead is completely blocked (then the ink is not coming thru the printhead and it overheats immediately).
Try to waterfall the printhead first (to see that it's not blocked) and if all the nozzels (even if only the half) is good - I would check the main flat cable.
The one that connected to the printhead and goes around the whole printer to the motherboard.

Try to clean all the connectors (on both ends) of this cable with the alcohol first, and if you'll still have this problem - change the cable.I don't see other option what it can be.
 
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Thanks a lot, the only problem is that printhead, FFC Cables, damper are new and ink comes...I try to put also new motherboard but always I have 131B, so I put bask the old one...maybe some voltage or power supply?
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Thanks a lot, the only problem is that printhead, FFC Cables, damper are new and ink comes...I try to put also new motherboard but always I have 131B, so I put bask the old one...maybe some voltage or power supply?
Thanks Marco
By changing printhead, cable and motherboard - you basically made a new printer.
So this error should go away.
And if it's not - I'm not sure what else it can be...
When you say that you changed the motherboard - do you mean Only the motherboard? Or motherboard with the power supply board?(there is a smaller board that connected to the motherboard with CN13 cable)

If i would encounter with it - I would focus on those three things (printhead, cable and motherboard(with power-supply))

I had once problem with a regular Epson printer that was throwing random error codes, and what helped is to connect it to a different power outlet. Not sure why - but it worked after it.

Try to connect it to a different power outlet. Maybe it will help?
 
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Hi....I have an F2000....I keep getting a 1A39 error. That's an issue with printhead circuit, loose wire, etc etc...only problem is I don't know where the wires are to check them....I'm sort of lost.
Any wisdom you can impart is highly appreciated!!!
My original print head lasted 3 yrs. I replaced it October 2019....Saturday, ago I got the 1A39 Fatal Error.
The day before, on Friday, I changed the Pump cap assembly(pca)....I typically have to change that every 5-8 months, depending on how many shirts I print- white ink.
Anyway....when i installed the PCA last Friday, I missed taking off the white lids on the pca!!! Could cause print head damage???!!!
It gave me the 1410 error.
I saw my mistake & removed the white covers over the cap docking station.
Then it worked.
But my nozzle checks were coming in at 100% minus about 25% on the # 1&2 white channel, just that 1square was 75%, the rest were 100%....just that square was firing up only 75% good.
That bothered me...
I did many cleanings & finally improved the nozzle check to 90% of the white square.
Did more cleaning, rubbed the print head channel with some cleaning solution....it stayed at 90% in the 1,2 white channel. 10% was clogged still.
That was Saturday...
Then I texted the certified technician guy who replaced my original print head last October....
He said it probably needs to sit overnight & if I keep printing will eventually work itself out.
Then he said one of his clients put some cleaning solution in the area where the print head docks, capping station, when you shut down for the day- the cap station....so I said, great idea....
I dropped cleaning solution in the two spaces where the white channels of the print head plants when you turn off the machine.
I figured to it would loosen clog up.
I came in the next day....
And first thing got the 1A39 error on Sunday...
That was the first time I'd ever gotten that error. It was sunday...it happened after I put the solution inside the slots that match up where the white channels of the print head rest on the capping station.
For a moment I thought it could be from damage of the white lids....but then again...I printed many shirts on Saturday after that & no errors- NO PROBLEM!!!
So it had to be from the excessive solution getting inside the print head, right???!!! The next time I fired up the F2000, Sunday, that 1A39 Fatal Error kept coming up...
I unplugged the printer...1/2 hour then printed 10 shirts & got the 1A39 Fatal Error again....
Then today I fired up the F2000. Printed 8 shirts- got 1A39 Faral Error!!!
Unplugged it...printed 5 tshirts ... then I decided to close shop.
Right near the end of the tube cleaning I got the 131B error!!!! IKes!!! WTF is that???!!! Anyone help???!!!
Thanks!!!
Ps- if you could email [email protected], it would be great!!! I'd prefer to speak over phone...but we can exchange number, if you dont mind, when you email me...PLEEEEEEASE!!
The Covid19 has severely hampered my business to the point of destruction & now this happens!!!
A print head replacement will set ne back severely & cause me to miss my rent. That's how bad the Covid19 shutdown has hurt business!!!
Any help is greatly appreciated!!!
Thank you in advance!!!
 
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Default Re: Error 131b

This is thread for Neoflex DTG Printers.
They are based on Epson 3880 and 4880.
You are talking about Epson F2000- this is a completely different printer.
So everything is different- error codes, how they build, location of all parts, etc.
Try to post the same question in the F2000/F2100 threads - I'm sure you'll get some answers.

IF your error is similar to what I had with my Epson 3880 based printer(which was Error 131b printhead overheating) - try to disassemble the printhead and clean the wide ribbon cable with alcohol (make sure it has no ink residue and that it's dry).
 






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