OKI (Seiko) ColorPainter M-64 Error 2614

ToneCustomSigns

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Has anyone encountered Error Code 2614 on their Oki (Seiko) ColorPainter M-64s? It happened after I did a tank refill and now I can't get the error to clear. I'm sure it has something to do with a sensor but how convenient that the book does not include a list of error codes and how to clear them.
 
2614 is the subtank full sensor error on color 5. Restart the machine and reinstall the cartridge.

I've seen it happen that the subtank gets too full and the pump can't correct it so you'll get stuck on this error. I'ts a barrel of monkeys to get it to correct itself.
 

L.D

New Member
If you put CP manager in service mode you can use the Actuator menu in order to run ink back to the cartridge. This will Lower the ink level in the subtank and remove the error code.

It may be time to replace or cap and pump on that channel. Ink doesn’t appear to be pulling as it should.
 

Ryan Yeskey

Turning ideas into reality since 1960
If you put CP manager in service mode you can use the Actuator menu in order to run ink back to the cartridge. This will Lower the ink level in the subtank and remove the error code.

It may be time to replace or cap and pump on that channel. Ink doesn’t appear to be pulling as it should.
Do you know what the service code is to operate the Actuator Menu?
 

WiscoPrint

New Member
Hello all,
Could someone let me know how to actually get into service mode on CP Manager?
I have the access "password" but I don't know how to get to the spot where I put the password in.

Thanks
 

Bruce Mello

Many years in the Production Business
Press control while clicking cp manager version number.
Go to Actuator tab, select ink pump 5 and send ink to cartridge for 2 minutes then stop with pump closed
 

Bruce Mello

Many years in the Production Business
The error is from the subtank not going down in ink volume enough.
This is typically caused by a cap that isn't sealing and needs to be replaced.
Bruce
 
Actually, this gets caused more often than not by the flag inside the subtank coming unglued from the bag and not flagging the sensor at all, causing it to continuously run, thinking that the tank isn't filling up. I've had to disassemble and reglue at least 25 tanks.
 

Bruce Mello

Many years in the Production Business
Funny!
I've sold and serviced 87 M64's in the NYC area and haven't had any problems with subtanks, always caps.
 

WiscoPrint

New Member
Along the lines of this discussion, there is also a 280x error.
When receiving this error , whether it's a 2800, 2801,2802,2803,2804,2805 or 2806 error which is an Ink Pack (cartridge) error, it renders the ink pack being replaced unusable.
I have a stack of these cartridges, approximately 50 or so, some of which have 90% ink left in them which when put back into the printer will immediately cause a 280x error again.
Is there any way to get these cartridges to work again?
These are OKI IP6- 221 thru 227 SX ink cartridges.

If this question needs to go in another thread, i do apologize.
 
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