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Thread: Canon imagePRESS C7010VP wont power on

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    Unhappy Canon imagePRESS C7010VP wont power on

    When you flip the power switch, all the that happens is the two bottom right mechanical relays on the PS_RELAY_BOARD (N) (FM4-6253) toggle on and off, over and over, until you flip the power back off.

    I've tried swapping that board with a known good board off of an identical machine i have, which is running great, and it did not change the problem. I also swapped the Fuser AC Driver board with a known good one and still no change.

    The reason i tried the Fuser AC Driver board is because when the problem originally began, we came into the shop in the morning and the relays were clicking away and the machine was not powering on. My first instinct was to check the primary and secondary fixing stations because we had been working on them recently and ive had experience with fusers causing power issues.

    After messing with both fixing stations but not really touching anything electrical, the printer booted up just fine, however the problem came back within a couple days and messing with the fusers again did not change anything.

    After a few days of the machine being left to sit without power, i decided to try powering it on out of curiosity and to my surprise it booted up fine. However, within 10 minutes the problem came back.

    I've checked the power coming out of the wall and it's the proper power for this model (208V model: 1phase/4wire system 208V 30A)

    Me and my tech's are lost at this point. Sorry for the long post but i wanted to make sure i gave all the details in case someone has had any experience with an issue like this.

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    my reply is a bit late sorry but have you tried to power up with the front door open. that will disconnect power to the fusers and isolate that bit of the machine.

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    Yes, i have tried powering on with the doors open, with both fusers pulled out, i have swapped all the power supplies i know of, one at a time, from a known good machine. I have replaced the DC Controller 1-2 board because i had some clues that it could be a problem there, still no luck.

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