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DesignJet T120
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Hello everyone,

today my HP DesignJet T120 plotter woke up with a blue screen containing the code B3686170.It shuts down if i keep the power button and if i push the power button again it boots up in the same blue screen.

 

Can you help me solve this issue ? Can you suggest a way of hardware reset without using touch screen?

 

Thank you in advance

 

 

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In dealing with Designjet support I have been told that a blue screen with error means a bad main board and requires replacement.

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Thank you for your reply Repairatrooper....Is there any other hard reset option available ?

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Many times an HP printer fault has self rectified by turning machine off,  pulling plug from wall socket and waiting 10 minutes before re-connecting and re-booting.

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You need to replace HP Encrypted chip 

It is inside the printer on main PCA 

in USB slot 

Like this one 

chip na plytce.jpg

 

I use this one

https://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-Designjet-T520-T120-Blue-Green-Screen-Error-Solution-Encrypted-chip/2838...

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