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Error code 23:10 HP 360

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Error code 23:10 HP Latex 360, this code is not in my service manual. Further info ink pump.

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the following is from the L25500 Service Manual. I would imagine it would be simialr on the L360.

 

SE Code: 23:10 - Problem with pressurization in the APS
Problem Description:
The APS has received a request to depressurize, but the system does not depressurize in under a specific
time (120 seconds).
Corrective Action:
• Check that the relief valve cable is not damaged and is correctly connected to the PrintMech PCA.
• Check the continuity in the cable of the relief valve.
• Try tapping the relief valve of the APS with a screw driver to release the mechanism.
• Check the air tubes connected to the relief valve are not bent or twisted and that air can flow in the
tubes.
• To check if the issue has been solved perform the APS service test
• If the test fails replace the APS 
• Replace the PrintMech PCA 
• Replace the Sausalito PCI PCA 

 

Good Luck

Roy K

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Roy_Kuzmich
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the following is from the L25500 Service Manual. I would imagine it would be simialr on the L360.

 

SE Code: 23:10 - Problem with pressurization in the APS
Problem Description:
The APS has received a request to depressurize, but the system does not depressurize in under a specific
time (120 seconds).
Corrective Action:
• Check that the relief valve cable is not damaged and is correctly connected to the PrintMech PCA.
• Check the continuity in the cable of the relief valve.
• Try tapping the relief valve of the APS with a screw driver to release the mechanism.
• Check the air tubes connected to the relief valve are not bent or twisted and that air can flow in the
tubes.
• To check if the issue has been solved perform the APS service test
• If the test fails replace the APS 
• Replace the PrintMech PCA 
• Replace the Sausalito PCI PCA 

 

Good Luck

Roy K

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