Error Code E4e03 ptr4300s

gkwallace

Member
So, I get the error intermittently. Sometimes I can make 10 plates, other times it takes 5 tries to make one.
Checked laser power, number 29 is bad. Change option to 0-15 diodes and still get same error. It says it's board 3 overvoltage.
Sometimes it won't finish diode test.
Sometimes it says diode 29 is ok

Is swapping boards as easy as it looks?
I've cleaned the optics, can you clean individual diodes?

What should I do next?

Thank you for your time.
 

gkwallace

Member
Swapped boards 3 and 4 and seems to be working. I was able to make a few plates with all 32 diodes, but then got the correct error that diode 29 is bad.
Runs with diodes 0-15 fine.
I'll keep my fingers crossed.
 

chock

Well-known member
ok good, error: Excessive current in the LD drive (driver 3 board).

However, i am recommend you , very Strong to test the power supply in tolerances:

1)+5vdc 2) +24Vdc 3) +15Vdc 4) -15 Vdc the tolerance will be 0.5% up or down.


Let me know, sincerely have tech documentation available

Blessing
superchock@yandex.com

Mobile+WhatsApp:+505 8861 1441
 

Ritchiec

Member
So, I get the error intermittently. Sometimes I can make 10 plates, other times it takes 5 tries to make one.
Checked laser power, number 29 is bad. Change option to 0-15 diodes and still get same error. It says it's board 3 overvoltage.
Sometimes it won't finish diode test.
Sometimes it says diode 29 is ok

Is swapping boards as easy as it looks?
I've cleaned the optics, can you clean individual diodes?

What should I do next?

Thank you for your time.
I would check for a floating neutral. Ive had to fit a bunch of isolation transformers to remove this floating neutral. All laser failures and overvoltage gone
 

chock

Well-known member
ok, let me know, probably the software is Corrupt, and need take measure
for Reinstaling.
Need to make some test-diagnostic, with the service manual

Blessing
 

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