So I before building my OpenDTG printer using the AIO I thought I would try to resurrect my T-Dozer build. As a recap, I blew the P600's mainboard, bought another mainboard but couldn't get it to initialize since you need an Epson tech to load its profile.
As a workaround, I bought another new P600, removed the mainboard and installed it into my T-Dozer build. This worked, but now I'm getting a 0x53 error which is a PF/ASF reset error.
A user on the T-Shirtforums resolved the error by doing the followng:
------------------------------ Re: p600/t-dozer 0x53 Error - ASF Assy/ASF Motor
[hr]After countless hours, I've finally SOLVED the 0x53 error... such a huge relief. So I have built 2 printers that had this error, and was extremely careful about everything that I did, so had a hard time imagining that I plugged something in wrong - I didn't. I tried comparing what Jeff German did in his videos to what I did, and the only difference was that I didn't run the printers before tearing them apart. Simply put, RUN THE PRINTER ONCE BEFORE YOU DISASSEMBLE IT. So simple.
I figure that perhaps the printer stores info about its condition in permanent memory(or it's last bootup), and since I didn't run it, and removed a bunch of the sensors, it didn't have a record of if the sensors function properly.
I realized this, by plugging in the trashed "paper feed switch" into the ASF board, setting it to open, and then booting up. It worked. I then powered down,unplugged, and also unplugged this paper feed switch. When I turned it on again, it still worked... even though the switch was no longer there.
Now I ran the new printer as a stock print for a month before taking out its mainboard. I don't think I should have to do anything since I put the new board in my old T-Dozer system, then again . . .
Any ideas are much appreciated.
Here's a video of the printer's boot up.