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    Kyocera 1800 screen not displaying

    Hie guys

    Please help me out. I have a client with a kyocera 180 which is not displaying on screen. I have never worked on the machine but the client said the guy who once fixed it replace a certain fuse like component it worked out so he brought me the sample attached.

    But i want to know how i will install it if i happen to get the part. Also if the is any way out if i dont get the part.

    The client is about 50km away from me so when i go there i want to be fully equiped with options.

    Thank you in advance

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    Re: Kyocera 1800 screen not displaying

    Is it TASKalfa 1800 or 180? Is the machine power-cycling at all?

    That thermostat has nothing to do with screen not displaying. Chech the voltages on power source pwb. Check the operation panel pwb are reseat all the connectors on it. Also, bring a spare one if you have.


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    Re: Kyocera 1800 screen not displaying

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyo fan View Post
    Is it TASKalfa 1800 or 180? Is the machine power-cycling at all?

    That thermostat has nothing to do with screen not displaying. Chech the voltages on power source pwb. Check the operation panel pwb are reseat all the connectors on it. Also, bring a spare one if you have.
    Sorry its taskalf 180
    It was a typing error


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    Re: Kyocera 1800 screen not displaying

    Quote Originally Posted by Kyo fan View Post
    Is it TASKalfa 1800 or 180? Is the machine power-cycling at all?

    That thermostat has nothing to do with screen not displaying. Chech the voltages on power source pwb. Check the operation panel pwb are reseat all the connectors on it. Also, bring a spare one if you have.
    Yes the machine is power cycling according to his explanation.

    More ideas guys

    Thanks in advance
    T


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