Tajima IMM, Tajima IMM1, Tajima IMM2 - Repair Service

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Tajima IMM, Tajima IMM1, Tajima IMM2 - Repair Service

STANDARD REPAIR SERVICE - 1-4+ WEEKS WAIT.  See alternative options for RUSH and SWAPS.

YOU MUST SEND US YOUR BOARD.  This is a repair charge, not a board purchase

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Tajima IMM, Tajima IMM1, Tajima IMM2 - Repair Service

STANDARD REPAIR SERVICE - 1-4+ WEEKS WAIT.  See alternative options for RUSH and SWAPS

RUSH charge - 1 week wait or less
SWAPS/SUPER RUSH - 2 or less days.  Same day typically.   ***Ask for availability

YOU MUST SEND US YOUR BOARD.  This is a repair charge, not a board purchase

We also ask that you fill out the following before shipping the board:  http://www.plrelectronics.com/docs/boardrepair.php

Tajima part number ED5601000000

There are two circuit boards responsible for most errors which are the Tajima IDM and Tajima IMM and IMM2 cards, in the control panel and in the lower back of the machine, respectively. There are several versions of these boards for the TME-DC Type 1 (Green) and Type 2/Type 3 (White control panel). Other errors on the Tajima TMFD/TME-DC type of machine are due to defective brake boxes (attached to the main motor of the machine) and the main motor itself in the type2 and type3.

The Tajima TME-DC embroidery machine also has a floppy drive unit which can become defective over the years, and the DU-10 type of XY control boards.

ERRORS include the d-1.xx, n-1.xx errors, where the control panel becomes frozen. Other errors include the color change function acting erraticly, the main motor unable to function, the brake box not being able to stop the shaft at the proper location (or hold it), the main motor not functioning at all due to a E-002 error on the newer type brake box, and the mentioned floppy drive problems.

The d-1.00 error, d-1.01 error, d-1.06 error, can be about any number between 1.00 and 1.14.

The DU-10 cards, which control the Tajima's X and Y-axis, can also degrade and be damaged; if there is jerky movement or the lights on each card are orange or red, please let us know.

Send your Tajima IMM card or IDM board in for repair today!

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