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Old 4 Weeks Ago Feb 15, 2020 7:24:58 AM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Install P600 head into a 3880 TEXJET

Hi guys. I recently had an issue with my TEXJET. and realised it needed a new head. I have got a P600 head which i know is the same DX7 (more up to date) head as what is currently in the 3880 based Texjet system.

After installing it. it goes through all the normal process. I can do a power clean. but when i go to test goes through the motions. but doesn't print anything and then i get a 131B Error code. Is the P600 head compatible? or do i need to change the whole lot. Including P600 board and cables? or do i need the P800 head? scratching my head on this one.

Ive also tried to replace the 3880 board with a new 3880 board thinking it was a board issue. Only thing i haven't tried changing is the cabling. But it was all fine before changing heads. apart from a de-laminated head.

Any help much appreciated.

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