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Faulty CPU Board - Can it be Fixed


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bobbydur

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Hi, I have a faulty intermec printer CPU board.

I know this is a computer forum and I'm probably in the wrong place but if anyone can give me some help, I would really appreciate it.

I manage to connect an incorrect thermal printhead to the printer and I think it has damaged the CPU board as nothing works anymore, even the display does not come on. I have checked all other boards on a working printer, they are ok. So it is definately the CPU. Are there any diagnostics I can carry out? Can it be fixed?
Do you require any further info off me?
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Please help, it will be so expensive to buy a replacement.
Thanks, Bobby

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I can't offer much, but in the upper left corner it looks like a battery. It is labeled RTC and program key.
RTC is "run time clock".
I would pull the battery and then reinstall after a few minutes and see what happens. You have nothing to lose.
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I wish it was that easy :). I tried it, but no luck. Thanks for your reply though.
Do you know of anywere or anyone that could give me some info on this.
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