Epson AcuLaser C7000 Printer Repair

Code: 0017 … 0309

  • Description:0017 CPU error (Undefined interrupt occurrence) 0081 CPU error (TLB correction exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0082 CPU error (TLB miss exception [Load/Fetch]) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0083 CPU error (TLB miss exception [Store]) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0084 CPU error (Address error exception [Load/ Fetch]) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0085 CPU error (Address error exception [Store]) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0086 CPU error (Bus error exception [Fetch]) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0087 CPU error (Bus error exception [Load/Store]) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0088 CPU error (SYSCALL exception) 0089 CPU error (Break exception) 0090 CPU error (Reserve command exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0091 CPU error (Unused coprocessor exception) 0092 CPU error (FPU exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0093 CPU error (TLB exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0094 CPU error (XTLB exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0095 CPU error (Cache exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0096 CPU error (Trap exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0097 CPU Error (FPU exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0098 CPU error (Watch exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0128 ~ 0254 CPU error (Undefined trap) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0255 CPU error (NMI exception) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0256 CPU error (Divide by 0) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0257 CPU error (Computation overflow) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0258 CPU error (Break was generated) *Only AcuLaser C7000 0300 CPU error (Reserved (undefined) exception) *Only AcuLaser C8600 0301 CPU error (Machine check exception) *Only AcuLaser C8600 0302 CPU error (Data access exception) *Only AcuLaser C8600 0303 CPU error (Instruction access exception) *Only AcuLaser C8600 0304 CPU error (Alignment exception) *Only AcuLaser C8600 0305 CPU error *Only AcuLaser C8600 0306 CPU error (Trace exception) *Only AcuLaser C8600 0307 CPU error *Only AcuLaser C8600 0308 CPU error (System administration interrupt exception) *Only AcuLaser C8600 0309 CPU error (Temperature management interrupt exception) *Only AcuLaser C8600
  • Remedy:1 • Initial setting: • Remove all the optional units and modules related to the electrical system and bring the printer back to the standard status. • Check if all connectors are properly connected to the CONTROLLER PWB. • Reinsert the DIMM. Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Go to step 2 2 • Improving the CONTROLLER PWB Environment: • Update the program to the latest one in the DIMM.ÅB Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Go to step 3 3 • Replacing the CONTROLLER PWB and Performing Checks: Does the problem still occur after replacing the MCU PWB with a normal one? – Problem solved

Code: 0800

  • Description:IPL error (Controller defective)
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Code: 0998

  • Description:Engine communication error (Only when powering on)
  • Remedy:1 • Initial checking: Is there any parts of wrong specifications used, improper mounting, damage, distortion, dirt, or adherence of foreign matter? • Major parts to be checked: COMMUNICATION PWB,MCU PWB Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Go to step 2 2 Does the error occur when the power is turned ON? Go to step 3 Go to the relevant FIP when other errors/status codes occur. 3 Does the error occur when MCU PWB is replaced and the power is turned ON again? Go to FIP-2.33 “Noise” Problem solved

Code: 0999

  • Description:No Engine Flash ROM program data
  • Remedy:1 • Initial checking: Is there any parts of wrong specifications used, improper mounting, damage, distortion, dirt, or adherence of foreign matter? • Major parts to be checked: COMMUNICATION PWB,MCU PWB Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Go to step 2 2 Does the error occur when the power is turned ON? Go to step 3 Go to the relevant FIP when other errors/status codes occur. 3 Does the error occur when MCU PWB is replaced and the power is turned ON again? Go to FIP-2.33 “Noise” Problem solved

 Code: 1002

  • Description:Standard RAM error (When the standard size is not determined, etc.)
  • Remedy:1 • Initial setting: • Remove all the optional units and modules related to the electrical system and bring the printer back to the standard status. • Check if all connectors are properly connected to the CONTROLLER PWB. Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Go to step 2 2 • Checking the SD-RAM: • Remove all SD-RAMs from the RAM slots and then reinsert them in the RAM slots. Be sure to insert the SD-RAMs one by one (S0 and S1) in order so that the SD-RAM error can be identified. Every time you insert an SD-RAM, follow the procedures below and repeat it for each one. 1 Turn the power off. 2 Add the SD-RAM 3 Turn the power on. • Insert the SD-RAM in the socket until it is locked securely. NOTE: Since the SD-RAM has the right direction to insert, be sure to insert it in the correct direction. Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Problem solved

Code: 1010

  • Description:Verify error
  • Remedy:1 • Initial setting: • Remove all the optional units and modules related to the electrical system and bring the printer back to the standard status. • Check if all connectors are properly connected to the CONTROLLER PWB. • Reinsert the DIMM. Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Go to step 2 2 • Checking the DIMM: • After formatting the DIMM, load the control program to the DIMM. • Insert the DIMM in the socket P until it locks securely. NOTE: Since the DIMM has the right direction to insert, be sure to insert it in the correct direction. Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Problem solved

Code: 1020, 1021

  • Description:1020 RAM error (Slot 0) 1021 RAM error (Slot 1)
  • Remedy:1 • Initial setting: • Remove all the optional units and modules related to the electrical system and bring the printer back to the standard status. • Check if all connectors are properly connected to the CONTROLLER PWB. Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Go to step 2 2 • Checking the SD-RAM: • Remove all SD-RAMs from the RAM slots and then reinsert them in the RAM slots. Be sure to insert the SD-RAMs one by one (S0 and S1) in order so that the SD-RAM error can be identified. Every time you insert an SD-RAM, follow the procedures below and repeat it for each one. 1 Turn the power off. 2 Add the SD-RAM 3 Turn the power on. • Insert the SD-RAM in the socket until it is locked securely. NOTE: Since the SD-RAM has the right direction to insert, be sure to insert it in the correct direction. Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Problem solved

Code: 1100, 1101

  • Description:1100 ROM checksum error (bit 0 ~ 15) (Font) 1101 ROM checksum error (bit 16 ~ 31) (Font)
  • Remedy:1 • Initial setting: • Remove all the optional units and modules related to the electrical system and bring the printer back to the standard status. • Check if all connectors are properly connected to the CONTROLLER PWB. Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Go to step 2 2 • Replace the CODE ROM (C309PROG). • Replace the mounted CODE ROM with another one for checking. Replace the CONTROLLER PWB. Go to step 3 3 • Replace the IC concerned. • “Error C1100” …Replace IC1 (M160B76JA) • “Error C1101”..Replace.IC2(M160B77JA) Replace or reinstall the relevant part. Problem solved
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