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My roland vp-540 will start printing and then when busy printing it will just stop, if you go into your versawork on computer it just says not connected? What could be the problem?

We have changed the lan cable to the printer and have updated out versa works on computer but still does the same. After turning main power off to printer disconnecting the lan cable the reconnecting it, turning it on then says connected till you start printing then does the same from the beginning???

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Do you have your LAN Cable tied with your AC power Cable?
I have th same problem on two VP540 after seven years of trouble free working. A few months ago I was reorganizing my shop and I tied up both cables to avoid tangle cables with machine wheels every time I move It.
I think that the noise produced by AC Voltage Affect the VP540 ethernet port.

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