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    Default Constant beeping from EX-P 3100

    I have someone here in the print room with very sensitive hearing and they are complaining about the constant beeping from the EX-P 3100. I can only hear it if I stick my ear to the back on the Fiery but that can hear it across the room.

    Is there anyway to disable the constant beeping?

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    Call Service. This is definitely not normal.

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    If it is a constant beep - it is a hardware issue with the Fiery - just had exactly the same on an EX1000i turned out to be one of the processor fans intermittently stopping that is when it beeped.
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    How loud was that beep. I can't hear it unless I put my head to the back of the fiery. But like I said others can hear it across the room.

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    Checked all connection on motherboard and reseated them especially the CPU fans. Now no beeping.

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    Please pull the cover and check to see if the fans are spinning on the CPU.
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    Glad it worked - if the beep comes back - I would follow Craig's post & look at the Processor Fans - mine was intermittent - beep then not, but was able to catch it within a "beep" moment - fault finding was pretty obvious once I did a quick look inside..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig M View Post
    Please pull the cover and check to see if the fans are spinning on the CPU.
    Thanks,
    Craig
    There definitely spinning now.

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