[QUOTE=walkerblackwell;10218]Hey David. You’ll want to get another MK chip from us here: http://shopping.netsuite.com/s.nl/c.362672/it.A/id.7872/.f?sc=15&category=82547 .
We always say it’s really important to order a whole set of backup chips just in case one goes wonky due to static in the winter, etc. It happens (I ran 6 4900s at Light Work and oy, needed to have some backups on hand.)
If the humidity is under 40% sometimes I’ll even ware a ground when handling carts . . .
I find it rather interesting that a secondary cart filled with Piezo Flush stored in original packaging, a battery replacement chip stored in original packaging, and a MK cart used in the printer goes bad all at the same time. RH here is rarely below 50% in the winter, great wet Pacific Northwest.
I purchased 2 entire sets of carts, plus an entire set of replacement chips, already! They did not work. I just placed a new order for new set of replacement chips, rather expensive for such a tiny component. I bought into the marketing speak and bought the first set of replacement chips and was never able to make use of them. Sounds like these chips need a better engineering design that is of quality, especially for the cost.
Why would a single MK chip make the entire right hand side fault?