Following Government guidelines on good health and safety practices, we understand and encourage the enhanced cleaning routines that are taking place on buses. As a result, unfortunately, we are seeing a significant increase in the number of ETMs being returned for repair with liquid damage to the display screen, inside the printer and the communications & power supply board (IOPSU).
In depth analysis of the devices show that liquid ingress has damaged the LCD screen, which can manifest as either a pixelated display, horizontal or vertical lines and often a black or dead area in the bottom right hand side of the screen.
Liquid damage to the IOPSU prevents the ETM powering up or presents intermittent communication problems with the ETM, whilst liquid damage to the printer may lead to a red flashing error icon, random printer feed issues or simply not power up.
Adopting a cleaning regime in this manner will help reduce your levels and costs of repairs, whilst still ensuring the safety of your drivers and engineering staff.
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